The Katy ISD A+ Pay N’ Go is an online web store, providing a convenient way for parents, students, and other patrons to make payments for cafeteria meals, activity fees, and a variety of other campus and district related services. There are no transaction fees and the system accepts credit cards and e-checks.
Katy ISD está compartiendo información sobre el estado, el distrito y la escuela de su hijo(a) como parte de sus obligaciones según la Ley Federal de Éxito para Todos los Estudiantes del 2015 (ESSA). Las copias de las boletas de calificaciones federales del ciclo escolar 2018-2019 para el estado, el distrito y la escuela están disponibles para su revisión en la oficina principal de nuestra escuela, o pueden obtenerse en línea en
www.katyisd.org or https://rptsvr1.tea.texas.gov/perfreport/frc/2019/srch.html
Dyslexia Information/Dislexia Informacion
Students who have met the criteria for receiving services for dyslexia may complete specialized dyslexia lessons with Audra Gorsuch or Blanca Pena (bilingual).
The updated TEA Dyslexia Handbook is online on our Katy ISD Canvas Course For Parents and Educators at
Elementary GT service is based on a General Intellectual Abilities model. The elementary GT program, Challenge, is a one-day-per-week-pull-out-model for identified students in grades 1-5. Challenge students leave the regular classroom one day per week to work with the Challenge teacher, who is highly trained in the education of the gifted. Challenge curriculum includes high-interest advanced content, creative and critical thinking skills, research and technology skills, and the opportunity to pursue topics of individual interest. Each year's curriculum units are connected by a broad-based theme. The Challenge program is provided for identified students at all elementary campuses.
The IDEAs That Work: Preparing Children and Youth with Disabilities for Success will connect teachers and families with resources to assist them in improving instruction and supporting academic, social, emotional, and behavioral needs of students with disabilities as they become college and career ready.