Student(s) Name(s)

Name(s) Last, First, Grade Entering
 Last NameFirst NameGrade Entering
Child 1
Child 2
Child 3
Child 4
Child 5
Child 6


Please read the 2021-2022 WPS Bus Letter (click here)
I have read and understood the 2021-2022 WPS Bus Letter *
Will your family ride on a bus route this year? *

Internet Access/Availability

Does your student have:
Reliable Internet Access at home? *
A device capable of accessing the Internet at home? (Not including school issued devices) *

Updated Information

Please look over the Yearly Registration Form that was mailed to you to make sure the school has your most recent phone number, email address, etc.  List any changes from last year you would like recorded in your child's file.  
Examples: phone number, address, email, and emergency contacts.
If there is any additional information about the health and welfare of your child of which the school needs to be aware, please contact the school office directly.

A La Carte

Please read the statements below VERY CAREFULLY before completing this section.
My child(ren) have permission to purchase A LA CARTE items (extra servings, yogurt, granola bars...). I understand that these purchases will be deducted from my child(ren)'s hot lunch account(s). *


*If your child(ren) is/are required to take medication during the school day, please make sure you contact the office and fill out an authroization form.  This form MUST be signed by a physician and MUST be on record in order for us to administer medications.  This must be renewed each school year.
In case of a medical emergency, and I cannot be reached, I give my child's doctor, or any attending physician, permission to administer medical treatment. *

Media release Information

Giving permission to use your child(ren)'s pictures, work, or projects includes in/on the school newsletter, school website, the WPS Facebook page, Twitter, Athlete of the Week, Santa Letters in the newspaper, Student of the Month, NDHSAA Activity Rosters, etc... 
Wyndmere Public School can use my child(ren)'s pictures, work, or projects. *
Wyndmere Public School has permission to use my child(ren)'s pictures WITH NAME. (if you answered "no" to the question above, disregard)
I give Wyndmere Public School permission to use my child(ren)'s work and/or projects WITH NAME. (if you answered "no" to the top question, disregard).

Technology Acceptable Use

With access to technology and people all over the world, comes the availability of material that may not be of educational value in the context of the school setting.  The Wyndmere School has taken measures to prevent studetn access to inappropriate information; however, the school cannot control all the information available on the Internet.  The School District is not responsible for other people's actions or the quality and content of information available, nor is it able to guarantee privacy.  The school board believes that the benefits to studetns from access in the form of information resources and opportunities for collaboration exceed the disadvantages.  Ultimately, parents and guardians of minors are responsible for setting and conveying the standards that their children should follow when using media and information sources.  To that end, the Wyndmere School supports and respects each family's right to decide whether or not to apply for studetn access to networked information resources.
Acceptable Use Policy
Wyndmere School is providing a means for students to conduct research and communicate with others.  Access to network services is given to studetns who agree to act in a considerate and responsible manner.  Students are responsible for good behavior on school computer networks just as they are in a classroom or school hallway.  General school rules for behavior and communications apply.  Access is a privilege, not a right.
The classroom supervisor and school administration will deem what is inappropriate use, and will have the authority to deny, revoke, or suspend network privilges for what ever period of time they feel is appropriate.  Supervision of student network use is required, unless specific arrangements have been made with the staff or administration.  Examples of unacceptable use, but not limited to include:
 - Using the network for any illegal activity, including violation of copyright or other contracts.
 - Using the network for financial or commercial gain.
 - Gaining unauthorized access to restricted resources.
 - Posting anonymou messages.
 - Using the network to access pornographic or inappropriate materials.
 - Submitting, publishing, or displaying any defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, or racially offensive materials.
 - Attempting to read, delete or modify files belonging to other users.
 - Vandalizing data or disrupting the use of the network.
 - Vandalizing computer hardware or software.
 - Wastefully using finite resources.
 - Accessing Internet resources, or visiting web sites deemed inappropriate by the staff and administratio of this district.
 - Intentionally bypassing the state - wide and/or district-based Internet filters.
 - Revealing personal information about yourself or tohers (i.e. address, phone #, passwords).
 - The use of any email service other than those assigned by the school is strictly prohibited.
 - Playing games on school computers during school hours is prohibited. (8:35-3:26)
*Students home and personal Internet use can have an impact on the school and on other students.  If a student's personal Internet expression - such as threatening messages to another student, or a violent website - creates a likelihood of material disruption of the school's operation, he or she may face school discipline and criminal penalties.
*Students who are careless or willfully misuse/damage school technology may be subject to paying the deductible to fix or replace the damaged item.
*Students who would like to make use of district services must have record of a completed "Technology Consent and Waiver" form signed by the student, or parent/guardian on file.
Technology Consent and Waiver
By signing this consetn and waiver, the studetn and his or her parent(s) or guardian(s) accept that the School District does not have control regarding the information on the Internet, and provides only limited barriers to account holders accessing the full range of information available, including those constraints imposed by the Internet provider.
Wyndmere Public School makes no warranties of any kind, whether expressed or implied, for the network service it is providing.  Wyndmere School District will not be responsible for any damages a user may suffer.  This includes loss of data resulting from delays, non-deliveries, or service interruptions caused by it's own negligence, or by errors or omissions of the user.  Use of any information obtained via the Internet is at your own risk.  The Wyndmere School District specifically denies any responsibility for the accuracy or quality of information obtained through its network services.
I agree to accept responsibility for setting and conveying the standards that my child should follow when using media and information sources.
I acknowledge that I have read the Acceptable Use Policy and have shared it with my child(ren). My child(ren) will comply with its requirements and understand that this consent will continue in effect as long as the student is in school at WPS. *

Living Situation

Federal Law mandates that we ask the following questions.
What is your CHILD(REN)'s family living situation? *

Storm Home Release Grades K-6 ONLY

If you do not have a student in grades K-6, you DO NOT need to fill this part out.
We are requesting that each patron (grades K-6th) contact a family member or friend WHO LIVES IN TOWN where your elementary children could be housed should a severe storm occur suddenly, whereby buses could not make the evening route home.  This includes town parents in the event that you may not be at home at the time of school cancellation.
If you have any questions, please contact the school office at 701-439-2287
Please answer the following questions:
In the event of an early dismissal due to weather, or other factors (not planned), my child should...
*in the event of an early out, if the information you list above changes, please let the school know as soon as possible.

Student Handbook

The following link will take you to the student handbooks.  Please review the handbook for your child(ren) and discuss it with them.  (click here)
I have read my child(ren)'s handbook and have reviewed it with them. *

*If any information changes throughout the school year, please contact the school as soon as possible for records to be updated.
Parent/Guardian's Signature
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Sign below stating you have read the information on this registration form and approve the previous items checked. *
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