ScribEnroll is an online system made to make enrolling your child in school as easy and convenient as possible (hence the name). Here at Scribbles, we believe that completing enrollments online is the best way to achieve these goals. Today I want to show you just how easy this process can be. So, let's get started.

First we want to create an account. When you first enter the Family Dashboard, we will see on the right hand side the ability to create an account and on the left hand side the ability to log into an existing account (we'll get to that). Since we don't have an account yet, we will be picking the 'Create Account' option.


Then we have a bit of personal information to enter. First thing we'll do is enter our name and address into the appropriate fields.


Once that is filled out, we'll enter our phone number, residency status (in or out of county) and answer if we would like to receive text updates.

Finally we will enter our account information, so we can login and receive updates via email. Then we'll press create account.

Now that our account is created, we can go ahead and associate the student/students we wish to enroll to the account. To begin this process, we'll login to our account using the option on the left that we discussed earlier.

Once logged in, we will be prompted to associate the student.

The first step in associating a student is to enter the child's name and enrollment status.

Next, we'll enter the student's date of birth and the sibling related question.

Now we'll want to answer the questions regarding the child's school of attendance using the drop down boxes.

Then we'll either use the 'Save' or 'Associate Another Student' button to finish up the process.

Now we're all done! We will still need to submit an application for the child's enrollment, but we will save that for another time.

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