Course registration turns to online process

Shivani Burra

Staff Writer

As the registration for the 2013-2014 school year moves to an online process it is important to keep in mind that the district has made this change for the good of  the students.

“We are preparing our students for college with the online course registration, many colleges have their courses online and students are responsible for filling it their forms on their own time and that is what we are trying to get students use to,” CHS counselor Debbie Fruithandler.

Not only for being beneficial for students it will also save the district money because if all the vast number of course catalog books they would have had to print. The instruction video step by step of how to correctly register is available to students that are confused on how to do it.