Returning Students: 2020-2021

2020-2021 Returning Student Enrollment


Important Information 3/27/2020

Due to unforeseen events, we cannot at this time guarantee that online re-enrollment will be active on April 8, 2020. We are working diligently with PowerSchool, and will notify parents as soon as this online re-enrollment form is active for parents/guardians to access. If you have any questions about this, please contact or (701)572-1580 extension 1012.

2020-2021 Enrollment

Parents/Guardians will need to re-enroll their students online using their Parent Portal account. If you do not remember your username/password, please contact your school to have that information reset. Online re-enrollment is required for ALL students to return to school for the 2020-2021 school year. Once the online re-enrollment form is available, parents/guardians will be notified via phone/text/e-mail.

If you are interested in transferring your student to another school within our district, transfer request forms for the 2020-2021 school year will be available online beginning in April.

If you are interested in having your student attend the ASB Innovation Academy in the 2020-2021 school year, please watch your e-mail for more information regarding the enrollment process.

NEW this year: Proof of residency will not be required for all families this year. In an effort to help streamline the proof of residency process for families, we are now running all student addresses through a public information database (Clear/BATCH System) for residency verification. If another address is identified using the Clear/BATCH System, the parent(s)/guardian(s) will be notified that they will need to provide additional information to the District Office before their student(s) will be allowed to enroll/attend school. For those families who do not have additional addresses identified using the Clear/BATCH System, they will not need to provide additional proof of residency documents to the district, unless their address changes.

All children in the United States are entitled to equal access to a basic public elementary and secondary education regardless of their actual or perceived race, color, national origin, citizenship, immigration status, or the status of their parents/guardians. School districts that either prohibit or discourage, or maintain policies that have the effect of prohibiting or discouraging, children from enrolling in schools because they or their parents/guardians are not United States citizens or are undocumented may be in violation of Federal law.

A school district may not ask about your or your child’s citizenship or immigration status to establish residency within the district, nor may a school district deny a homeless child (including a homeless child who is undocumented) enrollment because he or she cannot provide the required documents to establish residency.

IMPORTANT: Williston Public School District # 1 reserves the right to evaluate the evidence presented, and simply presenting the elements listed in the procedure does not guarantee enrollment.

If you have any questions about this, please contact the District Office at (701)572-1580 or