New Student Registration Information





If you have a new student (PK-12th grade) to register with our district, registration must be completed in-person by the parent/legal guardian. Registration is completed on a Chromebook in the central office (201 W. McCabe Street) between the hours of 8:00 am-3:00 pm each business day. Per school board policy, we only register students who live within our school district. We do not accept anyone living outside of our district. 

Parents/guardians will need to bring these items for all students being registered:
1. Proof of residency -- this document must have the parent/guardian's name who is completing the registration and the address within our school district. Accepted examples include a City of Strafford water bill, electric bill, rental agreement, or mortgage agreement. 

2. Immunization records

3. Birth certificate


Below is a list of frequently asked questions the district has received in the past. If you have other questions or need more clarification, please contact Marcy Easterly at or (417) 736-7000 ext. 1503.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • How do I know if I live in the school district?
    You can click on the links provided to view our District Boundary Map, the Greene County Assessor’s webpage or Webster County Assessor’s webpage to see what school district your residence is officially in.

  • Do I have to come to new student registration or can I do it online from home?
    Parents/guardians must come to the central office during new student registration and complete the process. It cannot be done online from home.

  • Do my kids need to come with me to register?
    No, the student does not have to be in attendance to be registered.

  • Do I need to bring any previous school records with me to registration?
    No, you do not need to bring any previous school records. There is a Request for Records form in the online registration packet that each parent/guardian will complete on a Registration Chromebook.

  • What does the new student registration process look like?
    Step One - Parents/guardians will come to our central office to complete the registration process for your children. This must be done on one of the Registration Chromebooks.

    Step Two - Proof of residency will be required before registration can begin. Please bring an acceptable document (more info below) which has the registering parent/guardian’s name included on it to prove residency within our district. A copy will be made for the student’s file.
    Step Three - Copies will be made of the student(s) birth certificate and immunization records for their file.
    Step Four - The parent/guardian will then complete the online registration forms on a Registration Chromebook in the central office. 

  • What is an acceptable proof of residency document?
    Acceptable proof of residency documents include a rental agreement, mortgage bill, closing documents, or a water/electric/propane bill. The bill must be in the name of the parent/guardian who is in attendance and registering the student.


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