RETURNING STUDENT REGISTRATION UPDATE FALL 2019
Returning Student Registration/Data Validation is coming soon! Look for an email from the Harwood Unified Union School District at the beginning of the school year inviting you to complete the process.
You will need to log in to your PowerSchool parent portal to begin Returning Student Registration. It would be a great idea to make sure you are able to log in, and if not, contact your school early to find out how.
Creating a PowerSchool Account and Completing Online Registration are Two Separate Processes
If you do not have a PowerSchool account, follow these instructions to create one. The instructions also explain how to add additional children to your current account. The final part explains how to begin online registration.
After you have submitted a form for one student, you will be given the option to submit a form for additional students.
PLEASE provide as much data for your child(ren) as possible.
If you have any questions, contact your school's office. Contact numbers are farther down the page.
I discarded the paper that listed the Access IDs and Access Passwords for my student(s).
That's OK. Just call your school registrar and she can give you the information.
I can’t remember my login for my PowerSchool Parent Account.
If you aren’t able to retrieve your login credentials using the “Forgot Username or Password?” link on the Sign In page, please contact your school directly for assistance logging in to the Parent Portal.
What if I have more than one student in the district?
Will I need to do this for each child? Yes, because you’ll need to provide information that is specific for each child.
What if I have questions?
Your first point of contact is your school registrar:
HUHS/HUMS: Susan Laskaris, 583-8180
CBMS: Dona Culver, 583-8067
Fayston: Amy Yavitz, 583-7816
Moretown: Loretta Dimario, 583-7856
TBPS: Bonnie Flanagan or Michele Ballard, 244-7195
Waitsfield: Kathi Orr, 583-7893
Warren: Heidi Greene, 583-7919
What if I do not have Internet or a computer?
If you do not have access to the Internet or have a computer, contact your school.