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Who Needs to Enroll in PowerSchool Beginning July 1, 2021?

  1. New Scholars - These are scholars who will be attending Selma City Schools for the first time.  This includes scholars who recently moved into the district, or who were previously enrolled in a private school or was home schooled.
  2. Pre-K and Kindergarten Scholars
  3. Returning Scholars - These are scholars who attended Selma City Schools last school year, and MUST complete and update their contact information annually through the system using a unique snapcode.

RETURNING SCHOLARS
Returning Scholars can begin enrolling on July 1, 2021.  They must complete enrollment by July 30, 2021.

A snapcode is required for enrollment.  Scholars and their parents should check the scholar's school email to retrieve their unique snapcode.  If you need assistance, please contact the school the scholar will attend in the fall.


NEW SCHOLARS

New scholars should complete the enrollment form and upload the required documents listed below.  Once this process is complete, please visit the school for which you are enrolling with the uploaded documents for verification.

Please upload these documents:
  1. Age Verification Documentation - Birth Certificate or Passport/VISA
  2. Withdrawal Documentation with Grade verification from Previous School
  3. Alabama Immunization Certificate or Exemption Documentation
  4. Custodial Parent's Photo Identification
  5. Proof of Residence
    1. Recent Utilities Bill
    2. Recent Mortgage Statement
    3. Housing Lease (Current with Parent or guardian listed as an occupant)
    4. Property tax Record
    5. Property Deed

Alabama Literacy Act

In an effort to improve reading outcomes for students across Alabama, the Alabama Legislature passed the Alabama Literacy Act, which became law on June 10, 2019.

This legislation extends comprehensive information and other guidance for educators to focus concentrated and systematic efforts to improve the reading skills of all public school students in early literacy so that every student is reading at or above grade level by the end of the third grade.

To learn more about the Alabama Literacy Act, click the links below:




Remote Learning Expectations

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