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Express Check-In FAQs for Parents

Express Check-In is a Douglas County School District application that allows parents to update household information, sign off on district forms, update health conditions and select school fees. This application helps prevent families from manually entering in a full batch of information for numerous children in the household when checking in prior to the start of the school year. 

Who do I contact if I have issues?
Contact your school or the Summer Student Records Helpdesk at 303-387-0016. For issues and questions regarding student fees, please call Business Services at 303-387-0001. For issues and problems logging into your Parent Portal account, please visit our Parent Portal Information page.

Where do I go to login?
Each school will post the link to Express Check-In after the go live date on their website. Unsure what your school's website is? Find it here.

How do I login?
Parent’s use their Infinite Campus Parent Portal Login credentials to login to Express Check-In.

Do both parents need to login?
Only if the two parents live in two separate households. The parent that is in the household identified as the primary household must complete Express Check-In.

Do parents in both household complete the same forms?
Parent in the secondary household will see only their household information, optional forms uploaded by the school, volunteer forms and fees. The parent in the primary household will see their household information, all district forms, optional forms uploaded by the school, volunteer forms and fees. 

How can I be sure that I completed Express Check-In?
Once the parent in the primary household completes the ‘Health Information’ page, only then is the Express Check-In considered done for that student. Prior to completing this page parents can logout and come back to the process at any given time.

What all can I complete via Express Check-In?
There are differing permissions if you have multiple households. Please view the list of permissions for primary and secondary Households below. If you need to establish a secondary household, please contact your school for assistance.

Primary Household

  • Update Household information
  • Indicate address change or household change
  • Update phone numbers and email addresses
  • Update emergency contacts
  • Provide housing/residence information
  • Sign off on Google Apps
  • Sign off on Child Nutrition Service program
  • Select Media Consent preferences
  • Update Medicaid Consent form
  • Provide Race/Ethnicity information
  • Complete Science Safety Contract for students in grades 7 – 12
  • Sign off on Code of Conduct handbook
  • Provide Military Recruiting – Request for Exclusion grades 11 -12 only
  • Complete Volunteer Application
  • Complete Health Information
  • Download any school specific forms - these forms will need to be completed and sent to the school
  • Apply for New/Replacement ZPass card, if your student needs to ride the bus
  • Select Transportation fees – all neighborhood schools and only charter schools contracting this service with Douglas County School district will see this section
  • Select any fees specified by the school
  • Print completed forms – for your records only 

Secondary Household

  • Update Household information
  • Indicate address change or household change
  • Update phone numbers and email addresses
  • Update emergency contacts
  • Complete Volunteer Application
  • Download any school specific forms - these forms will need to be completed and sent to the school
  • Select Transportation fees – all neighborhood schools and only charter schools contracting this service with Douglas County School district will see this section Select any fees specified by the school
  • Print completed forms – for your records only
What can I access after I complete Express Check-in?
You can download additional school forms, apply for New/Replacement ZPass card and select fees. Please note fees can be selected only through the due date set on the fee.
 
July 16, 2014 | By nwmetzler | Category: Information Technology

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