The District requires that each enrollment packet be completed in its entirety. Along with submitting the completed enrollment packet, applicants must submit the original social security card, child identification (birth certificate), current immunization card, and previous school records. The District also requires that the person eligible to enroll the student provide proof of residency in the district, which for district purposes is a current lease agreement, closing contract on a home and a letter from their builder or realtor with an estimated closing date, or a current utility bill (gas, light, or water) in the parent or guardian's name (Multi-Family Residence-Affidavit). The parent/guardian is also required to provide proof of identification (driver’s license or an identification card) at the time of enrollment. The district may withdraw any student who ceases to be a resident. Enrollment packets are not allowed to leave the building and parents must bring in all required documents at the time of enrollment.
Texas Education Code requires a parent or legal guardian to present within 30 days of a child's enrollment, proof of the child's identity, such as birth certificate or any other acceptable document) to the district. Only originals are accepted. If the district does not receive complete immunization records or proof that immunizations have begun within 30 days of enrollment, then the district may withdraw the student. If this information is not provided or if a child is enrolled under a name other than the child’s name as it appears in the identifying document or records, the district is required to notify Texas Department of Public Safety Missing Children and Missing Persons Information Clearinghouse at (800) 346-3243.
Texas law requires immunization for all students enrolled in school. An affidavit must be on file at the school for students who are exempt from immunization for reasons of conscience, including religious. To claim an exemption due to reasons of conscience, a student's parent or legal guardian must request, sign, and submit an official DSHS affidavit form to the child's school. The affidavit is valid for two years. A student enrolling in TDPACS for the first time must present satisfactory evidence of meeting the following immunizations:
La ley de Texas requiere vacunas para todos los estudiantes matriculados en la escuela. Una declaración jurada debe estar archivada en la escuela para los estudiantes que están exentos de vacunas por razones de conciencia, incluidas las religiosas. Para reclamar una exención por motivos de conciencia, el padre o tutor legal del estudiante debe solicitar, firmar y enviar un formulario de declaración jurada oficial de DSHS a la escuela del niño. La declaración jurada es válida por dos años. Un estudiante que se inscribe en TDPACS por primera vez debe presentar evidencia satisfactoria de cumplir con las siguientes vacunas: