The Home Access Center provides an online grade book where parents and guardians can view helpful student information to support and guide their children through the educational process. From home or work, at any time of the day or night, parents can access the Web portal to track academic achievement. E-mail links are also available throughout the portal so parents can communicate with the school and teachers.
Student Registration Information
Please go to the Katy ISD website; click on the parent link; scroll to > online pre-enrollment > and start the enrollment process. There is also a link on the Alexander webpage.
When you register, we will need the following documentation:
Pre-enrollment form printed from your online enrollment.
Student's birth certificate or passport.
Current immunization record.
Proof of Residence (water, gas or electric bill only; or closing documents on your home) We cannot use cell phone bills, insurance documents, cable bills, etc. as Proof of Residence. Only those 3 major utilities mention are acceptable.
Parent driver's license.
Social security card is optional.
We cannot place your child in a class without the above documentation.
Change of Transportation
In order to help our teachers and staff send your child home the correct way each day please send a copy of
this change of transportation form with your child in the event that a transportation change is needed.
For more information on how to identify dyslexia please click here.
Math Resources at RAE
Please click here to see grade level math videos for parents.
Katy ISD Legacy Parent Academy
The Katy ISD Legacy Parent Academy is a series of informational sessions specifically designed to assist parents by providing valuable information that relates to topics that go beyond the academic experience. In today's world, we know parents and guardians are faced with decisions that will profoundly impact the future growth and development of their student. The goal of the Katy ISD Legacy Parent Academy is to equip parents with strategies and techniques to support their students. All parents and guardians of Katy ISD students are welcome to attend.
· August 28, 2019 - Mental Health Awareness and Services
· September 25, 2019 - Cyberbullying
· October 16, 2019 - Vaping
· November 13, 2019 - Transitioning from Elementary to Junior High School
· November 13, 2019 - Understanding High School Credits, Academic, Pre-AP/AP, and Dual Credit Courses
· January 15, 2020 - This force they call "Social Media"
· February 19, 2020 - Internet Safety
· March 25, 2020 - Drug & Alcohol Awareness
· April 22, 2020 - Human Trafficking
· April 29, 202 - Post-Secondary Opportunities at Technical Schools and Workforce Readiness Programs
The Digital Learning area encompasses the Library Media Center which assists the librarians with online instructional resources and information
literacy. Libraries are the hub of the school and provide many resources. As KISD moves more content online, it is ever more important that the focus is on information literacy. Digital responsibility and cyber safety are two key areas for the Digital Learning
group. Ensuring students understand and are provided with curriculum to make a positive digital social contribution is important to Katy ISD. Below is the link to the Common Sense Media resources.