Since the establishment of public education filebound(including the Liverpool Central School District), districts have been keeping student records. Archived records are stored around districts and often in warehouses off site. Current student paper records are stored within each school building. In the age of advanced technologies, state education departments and school districts are moving to keep student records in one digital location.

Filebound is the digital program used to store records. Records are scanned through a copier or scanner that has Filebound Capture programmed into the device. When the user logs into Filebound and opens a project, you will be able to locate an image of a record (if you have the entitlements/permissions). Filebound offers a search mode to retrieve records (such as student ID# or last name) by using keywords or numbers. Filebound enables the user to create additional dividers/folders as needed.

CNYRIC FileBound Training Site
FileBound Frequently Asked Questions
FileBound Log-in Page