New to the District?
The Hampton-Dumont Community School district would like to welcome you and your family. We are glad you have chosen our district to serve your child(ren). Please follow these steps to enroll your students at Hampton-Dumont Schools!
Step 1 - Enrollment Process
A new student enrollment means the child has NEVER been enrolled in the Hampton-Dumont Community School District before. If your student is a returning student click here to learn how to re-enroll your student.
Please be prepared to provide the following:
Provide Proof of Residency (i.e.: purchase or lease agreement; utility bill (including cell phone bill); payroll check or stub with address; bank statement or government check, etc.)
Provide Proof of Student's Age (i.e.: Birth Certificate, US Passport, Custody Document, Adoption Record, Immunization Record that includes DOB).
General Health Conditions, Medications, etc.
Household & Emergency Contact Info
Home Language Survey (available within the application)
Complete the short Pre-registration application AVAILABLE HERE.
Once completed your application will be sent to the building secretary who will review and approve the application.
Once approved you will receive an email with instructions on how to set up your Powerschool Parent Portal account OR how to add your student to an existing Parent Portal account.
Set Up Parent Portal Account and Login (If you already have Parent Portal account set up, skip to the next step)
Use the instructions received in the email to set the account up.
Complete the Powerschool Enrollment Forms for each student.
When logged into your Powerschool Parent account choose the child you wish to enroll.
Choose "Forms" on left side of account.
Then choose "Enrollment Forms" at the top.
Complete ALL forms.
Step 2 - Additional Forms and Supplies
Hampton-Dumont Schools does not charge registration fees and all basic school supplies are provided by the district, however, you can purchase the following:
Activity Passes can be purchased via HomeTown Tickets.
High School Yearbooks can be purchased online via SchoolPay or by submitting payment to the High School office.
If you wish to see if your student qualifies for free or reduced meals and fees, please complete the Free/Reduced Meals Application.
For the 2022-2023 school year the district will return to charging for all meals. Meal prices will be as follows:
Student Breakfast: $2.00
Adult and Guest Breakfast: $2.50
Student Lunch: $3.00
Adult and Guest Lunch: $4.15
Second Breakfast Entrée: $1.25
Lunch Second Entrée: $1.65
Extra Milk: $0.50
If you wish for your child take seconds/extras your student must have a positive balance.
Money can be deposited into each student's account via SchoolPay or by submitting payment to the building office.
Athletic Forms - Required athletic forms should be completed through the student's enrollment forms on PowerSchool or submitted to the district by uploading the forms on PowerSchool or to the building office.
Technology Forms - the Technology Department requires that an Acceptable Use and Safety Policy and Device Loan Agreement or iPad Loan Agreement be completed and signed electronically through the registration process before a student will receive a laptop or iPad. Paper forms will no longer be accepted.
Step 3 - Building Specific Process
Once registration is completed online, the building secretary will contact you to schedule a time to:
Turn in anything additional.
Meet with school office personnel and counselor (as needed).
Tour the building.
Families who may not have access to a computer or internet connection are encouraged to schedule an appointment with a building secretary for assistance with the registration process.