Registration and Immunizations
North Cedar’s student registration for the 2022–2023 school year will be entirely online. This year, the registration process will have a new look, as families will work through the forms in the parent portal. For current families, please use the Current Families PowerSchool registration link below starting August 1.
For new families, please use the New Families PowerSchool Enrollment Express pre-registration link below to initially enter your child into PowerSchool. Upon completion of the basic information that we need, you will be sent a confirmation email that we have received your pre-registration information. When we approve your initial information, you will be sent a welcome email and further instructions to complete the registration process.
–> Current Families PowerSchool Registration – look for “Forms” in the parent portal
–> New Families PowerSchool Pre-registration – look for your confirmation email and welcome email
We will have computers set up at the junior/senior high school in Clarence on August 10 to assist parents of new students, parents who do not have access to a computer, or parents who simply need help with the online registration process. Hours will be from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and reopen at 5:00 p.m. and continue until 7:00 p.m.
Registration must be completed by August 15 in order to ensure that class rosters, bus routes, class schedules, lunch accounts, etc. can be ready for the first day of school on Wednesday, August 24. Please make sure all information listed is accurate and updated.
If you have questions, please call one of the building secretaries between August 1 and August 15. The phone numbers are:
- Junior/Senior High School (563) 452-3179
- Lowden Elementary (563) 941-5383
- Mechanicsville Elementary (563) 432-6933
If your student will be taking any medication at school on a regular basis, please bring them to the school nurse before August 15. Also, please fill out a permission form for the administration of this medication. The prescription bottle label is the order for prescription medication but over-the-counter medication needs a signed prescription from a physician. As a reminder, be sure that the bottle is properly labeled and that it is a recent (within a year) prescription. Important – if your student uses an inhaler, please be sure that there is a back-up inhaler in the school’s office. Any student who wishes to carry their inhaler must have a physician’s order to do so.