Student Enrollment Step One

Step 1

Gather Documents

Step 2

Register Online

Step 3

Confirmation

The following information is needed to complete NEW Student Enrollment.

  • Parent/Guardian Driver’s License, Matricula, or Photo ID
  • Proof of Immunization: Immunization Requirements
  • Withdrawal form from the previous school district
  • Last report card, test scores, unofficial transcript, special program documentation (if applicable)
  • Proof of Residence: Current utility bill, current lease, current mortgage statement, Certificate of Residence
  • Legal Documents: Educational Power of Attorney, Form 2085 (CPS/Foster Care), Guardian Custody, Court Documents (Divorce Decrees, Temporary Placements/Guardianship, Restraining Order, etc.)
  • Documentation of Student Identity (Order a Texas Birth Certificate)
      • Over age 11 examples: birth certificate, statement of birth from Texas Department of State Health Services, Driver’s license, passport, military ID, hospital birth record, or adoption records.
      • Under age 11 examples: a certified copy of the birth certificate is required per Code of Criminal Procedures, Article 63.019.  If you are unable to produce a certified copy of the birth certificate within 30 days from enrollment, or up to 90 days from enrollment for a child not born in the United States you must provide one of the examples for over age 11 and a signed note explaining why you are unable to produce a certified copy of the birth certificate.

The following information is required to complete RETURNING Student Enrollment.

  • Verification of Student Information (yearly record updates. lunch application, forms, etc.)
  • Updated Proof of Residence if Address Has Changed: Current utility bill, current lease, or current mortgage statement.
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To be eligible for enrollment in the State-Mandated No Cost, Full Day Pre-K program, a child must be four years of age on or before September 1st of the starting school year (2020), live in the district, and must meet one of the following criteria:

  • Be educationally/economically disadvantaged (eligible for free/reduced lunch program); or
  • Be unable to speak and/or comprehend the English language (an oral exam will need to be scheduled); or
  • Be homeless, as defined by 42 U.S.C. Section 11302; or
  • Be the child of an active duty member of the armed forces of the United States; or
  • Be the child of a member of the armed forces of the United States who was injured or killed while serving on active duty; or,
  • Currently or ever have been in the conservatorship of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services
  • Children of a person eligible for the Star of Texas Award as:
    • a peace officer under Section 3106.002, Government Code;
    • a firefighter under Section 3106.003, Government Code;
    • an emergency medical first responder under Section 3106.004, Government Code

    The following information is needed to complete PRE-K Student Enrollment.

    • PreK Proof of Eligibility (see above)
    • Parent/Guardian Driver’s License, Matricula, or Photo ID
    • Proof of Immunization: Immunization Requirements
    • Withdrawal form from the previous school district
    • Last report card, test scores, unofficial transcript, special program documentation (if applicable)
    • Proof of Residence: Current utility bill, current lease, current mortgage statement, Certificate of Residence
    • Legal Documents: Educational Power of AttorneyForm 2085 (CPS/Foster Care), Guardian Custody, Court Documents (Divorce Decrees, Temporary Placements/Guardianship, Restraining Order, etc.)
    • Documentation of Student Identity (Order a Texas Birth Certificate)
      • Over age 11 examples: birth certificate, statement of birth from Texas Department of State Health Services, Driver’s license, passport, military ID, hospital birth record, or adoption records.
      • Under age 11 examples: a certified copy of the birth certificate is required per Code of Criminal Procedures, Article 63.019.  If you are unable to produce a certified copy of the birth certificate within 30 days from enrollment, or up to 90 days from enrollment for a child not born in the United States you must provide one of the examples for over age 11 and a signed note explaining why you are unable to produce a certified copy of the birth certificate.