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I finally got in touch with someone at the school and they confirmed my son is registered. I hope you find out soon as well Denisenealy.
Thank you, I was able to get ahold of the school and confirm. I appreciate the responses and to know i wasnt alone being frustrated.
Aliciagarlon. I kept calling the school every day at different times leaving voicemails but eventually ( Yesterday) they answered my call and i was able to get confirmation that my son is fully registered. I hope you hear soon as well. Im sorry you are having the same problem.
I am week away from my son's KG. Of course as a first timer, parent goes thru lots of anxieties. I don't feel there are resources to assist parent on this. It's almost impossible to get someone in the phone. After two months of calling, I was directed to online enrollment. I completed enrollment right away on 7/21, yet no confirmation of enrollment except the dashboard that states "submitted". All required documents are uploaded. Not sure, we will be sent school supply list. When you call school it goes to traditional voice mail when it should have been redirected to backend live resource. Waiting for one day before school to know about enrollment status and getting some direction will be nerve wreaking for a planned individual.
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We understand your concern but I recommend looking out for email communications or other communications from your school district on further steps with the enrollment process for your child. You can also directly reach out to them.