FISD is so excited to begin its partnership with you to prepare your child for his or her future. We couldn't be happier that you've entrusted FISD with your child's learning and wellbeing. Welcome to the FISD Family!
Below, you will find the steps to register your child.
If you need assistance, please email Diana Hernandez at email@example.com
or call at 830-393-5300 extension 11001
If you do not have access to a device to complete online registration, you can make an in-person appointment by calling Mrs. Hernandez at 830-393-5300 extension 11001.
You will need the following documents to complete registration
(picture or PDF)
- Child's Birth Certificate
- Social Security Card
- Parent ID
- Immunization Record
- Proof of Residency
- Foster Care Documentation (if applicable)
- To register for kindergarten, a child must be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2020.
Step 1: (For Elementary Students only)
Find your approximate location on the map to determine which elementary school your child will attend, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request your home campus.
If you already have an FISD Skyward account and need to enroll a new student, log in to your Skyward account, then click the pull-down arrow next to the home icon and select "New Student Enrollment".
Be sure your child has all the required immunizations for enrollment.
Please visit the Right At School afterschool care website if you are interested in afterschool care for your child.
TEA recommends all students, school employees, and visitors to complete a self-screener prior to entry of school buildings. FISD is using DrOwl, a TEA approved self-screening tool, to provide easy and efficient daily screenings. The FISD staff is currently using DrOwl daily for self-screening.
Students must complete the self-screener, every day, at least 30 minutes before arriving at school. If you answer “YES” to any of the COVID symptom screener questions in the DrOwl or your child has a temperature over 100.0 degrees, you should keep your child home and contact your child’s campus. Unless your child has a note from a medical provider with a current diagnosis of an illness other than COVID-19, your child will not be able to attend school or school events until at least 10 days have passed and they are symptom-free. During these ten days, students will be able to complete assignments virtually.
If a student’s screener is filled out incorrectly, the information should not be filled out again. You will need to contact the campus prior to bringing your child to school.
Each morning, campus personnel will generate a list of students who have not completed the screener. If a student comes to campus without completing the screener or comes to campus with a denial, he/she will be sent to a campus isolation area. In the isolation area, a campus employee will contact the student’s parent to obtain the necessary information and take the student’s temperature. Please know that repeated incidents of lack of self-screening will result in the student removed from Face-to-Face Learning and switched to Remote Learning.
Below are the consequences should a parent fail to complete their child’s DrOwl screener:
1st Offense: Verbal Reminder – Student will be sent to the isolation area and the parent will be contacted to complete the form
2nd Offense: Verbal Reminder – Student will be sent to the isolation area, the parent will be contacted to complete the form and the parent will receive notification that, in the event of another infraction, the parent will be required to pick up their child and keep him/her home for the day.
3rd Offense: Parent will be required to pick up the student and keep him/her home for the day. The parent will receive notification that, in the event of another infraction, the student will be moved from Face to Face Learning to Remote Learning for the duration of the semester.
4th Offense: Student will be transitioned to Remote Learning for the remainder of the fall semester
Should a parent falsify the screener or knowingly send a student to school who failed the screener – the following consequences will be adhered to:
1st Offense: Verbal Reminder – Student will be sent to the isolation area, the parent will be contacted to pick up their child and follow the appropriate protocol. Notification will be given regarding the consequences of future offense.
- Parent will be notified to call the school nurse before bringing a symptomatic child to school.
- Parent will be notified to call their child’s campus if they receive a failed screening for any reason – before bringing the child to school.
2nd Offense: Student will be transitioned to remote learning for the remainder of the fall semester