District Announcements

  • Instructional Materials Review

    Katy ISD parents and community members will have an opportunity to review and provide their input on K-5 ELAR (English Language Arts and Reading) and K-5 SLAR (Spanish Language Arts and Reading) instructional materials. These instructional materials will be implemented during the 2023-2024 school year and include materials for phonics, grammar, reading and writing.

    Materials will be on display by grade level in English and Spanish. A QR code will be provided to input resource feedback.

    The instructional materials under consideration will be on display for in person review from 8AM-7PM on the following dates:

    Thursday, November 10, 2022 - Friday, November 11, 2022
    Monday, November 14, 2022 - Friday, November 18, 2022
    Monday, November 28, 2022-Wednesday, November 30, 2022

    Location: Education Support Complex (ESC) located at 6301 S. Stadium Lane, Katy, TX 77494 (upstairs hallway)

    For information on digital access to the review materials and feedback instructions, click here.


     

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  • Thanksgiving Holiday

    All District campuses and facilities will be closed for Thanksgiving Break: November 21 – 25. Normal operations will resume on Monday, November 28.  


     

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  • 2022 Winter Graduation Ceremony

    Location 

    Day/Date 

    Time 

    Leonard Merrell Center 

    Wednesday, January 18, 2023 

    7:00 PM 


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  • HIGH SCHOOL EXEMPTION CRITERIA

    The 2022-2023 final exam exemption criteria information is accessible via the MyKaty Cloud “Exemption Information” tile now available for quick and easy reference.
    All absences will count toward the maximum of 8 allowed unless the absences are school-related (see attendance codes per the 2022-2023 exemption form).  


     

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  • HOME ACCESS CENTER (HAC)  

    As a reminder, parents of secondary students are asked to check the HAC to stay abreast of their student(s) current six weeks assignment grades and grade average.  HAC reflects the most accurate academic progress of students.   

    Grades observable in Canvas reflect the cumulative semester grade average.  To ensure secondary students refer to the HAC to verify current grades on assignments and six weeks grade average, the following message is housed on the Canvas homepage: 

    HAC


     

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  • Katy ISD Board of Trustees Approve Attendance Boundary Modification 

    During tonight’s regular Board Meeting, the Katy Independent School District Board of Trustees voted to approve an Attendance Boundary Modification (ABM) for two of the District’s future elementary schools, Elementary #45 and #46, as well as areas served by Bethke, Campbell, Golbow, Hutsell, Leonard, McElwain and McRoberts elementary schools.  This ABM would address the rapid growth within the neighborhoods surrounding those campuses.  The new ABM will go into effect for the 2023-2024 academic year. 

    Periodic boundary modifications ensure efficient campus usage and help balance enrollment across Katy ISD campuses.  This past July, the District began surveying families who were identified as potentially impacted by the boundary modifications. 

    To view the final ABM modifications, visit the Katy ISD ABM website.


     

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  • Instructional Resources Information/Reviews

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    Board policies EFA Local - Instructional Materials and EFB Local - Library Materials were recently updated and approved by the Board. More information about instructional resources can be found on the Instructional Resources Information webpage.


     

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  • Library Book Notifications

    In alignment with the approved draft update to Board policy EFB Local- Library Materials, beginning November 7, the District will begin emailing all parents/guardians on file each time their student checks out a library book. On November 7, parents/guardians will also be able to log into MyKaty Cloud to access the opt out tile for notifications, should they wish to do so. Books are also available for secondary students to check out through their English Language Arts (ELA) classroom libraries. Beginning November 7, secondary parents or guardians must provide authorization for their secondary student to access ELA classroom library books. The Classroom Library Authorization tile will be available on the via MyKaty Cloud on that same day. 


     

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  • Secondary ELA Classroom Libraries 

    English Language Arts (ELA) Classroom libraries allow students immediate access to independent reading material, which supports the English Language Arts Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills. Secondary students have the option to check out books from their English teacher’s classroom library. Please note that beginning November 7, prior to a student being able to check out an ELA classroom library book, parental consent will be required. On November 7, parents will be able to access the Katy ISD Parent Option Portal, located in MyKaty Cloud, to provide consent for their secondary student to check out books from their English teacher’s classroom. If parents do not provide consent via the Parent Option Portal, their secondary student will be unable to check out an ELA classroom library book.  


     

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  • 2022-2023 STAAR TESTING

    As required by House Bill 3261, STAAR will be administered online beginning in the 2022-2023 school year. The STAAR online testing platform offers all students multiple online tools to support the testing process. In addition, the STAAR assessments no longer have a time limit. Students are expected to complete STAAR tests in about three hours; however, any student who needs additional time may continue testing until the end of the school day.   

    To support students with the online testing transition, the district began online testing implementation in the 2021-2022 school year for all STAAR tested grade levels. Students will continue to be provided multiple opportunities to experience online testing platforms through District Learning Assessments (DLAs), STAAR Interims for specific subjects, and STAAR practice tests.  Parents are encouraged to access the Practice Tests Login located on the Texas Assessment website to explore practice tests. Practice Tests Login is found under the section How to Help Prepare Your Child. 

    STAAR testing dates are posted on the Department of Research, Assessment, and Accountability website. 

    For questions regarding local and state assessments, contact your Campus Testing Coordinator.  


     

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  • NATIONAL CHILD ID PROGRAM

    During the last legislative session, Senate Bill 2158 was passed, which requires the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to provide parents with an inkless, in-home child fingerprint and DNA identification card for children in grades K-8.  If ever needed, parents may submit this kit to federal, state, tribal, or local law enforcement to help locate and return a missing or trafficked child. On behalf of the State of Texas, Katy ISD has distributed these in-home child identification kits to junior high and elementary campuses. Please understand that there is no obligation to use the kit, but if you choose, this will allow you to have a set of fingerprints and DNA for your child that you can keep at home and turn over to law enforcement in case of an emergency. Please do not return the kits (used or unused) to your child’s school.   


     

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  • CREDIT BY EXAM INFORMATION  

    Katy ISD offers Credit by Examination for acceleration at every grade level and subject area offered in accordance with the Texas State Board of Education rules. A student is allowed to advance one grade level or one course per subject per academic year. Katy ISD offers four Credit by Examination testing windows throughout the year. For more information about Credit by Examination (CBE) testing dates and course offering, visit Department of Research, Assessment, and Accountability website.   If you are interested in CBE testing, please contact your child’s campus counselor. 


     

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  • SECURITY DEVICES AT KATY ISD LARGE EVENT VENUES 

    Katy ISD, in its continued efforts to ensure student, staff, and patron safety, has purchased security devices to be staged at our four large event venues. These devices are already installed at the entrances of the Leonard Merrell Center (LMC) and the Agricultural Sciences Center. The devices are non-intrusive narrow towers that seamlessly screen visitors for objects prohibited within large event venues. They do not require removal of any personal effects prior to walking through them. Please take a moment to review the District’s guidelines for Clear Bags and Prohibited Items at large event venues. It is anticipated that the security devices will be available for installation at Legacy and Rhodes stadiums within the coming weeks.  


     

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  • CAMPUS EXTERIOR DOORS SAFETY SIGNAGE 

    All campus exterior doors will include updated safety signage within the coming weeks that emphasizes that exterior doors must remain closed and locked.  The purpose of the signage is to reinforce and remind all staff and students to take the extra precaution of ensuring that doors are closed and locked at all times, and to not open a door for anyone trying to enter. 

    All campus exterior doors already have signage directing visitors to utilize the main entrance for access to campuses and not side entrances.  These stickers should be left in place, with the new yellow sticker above placed inside over this sticker, allowing the external message to remain outward.  All staff and students should avoid allowing anyone without a District identification badge from “tailgating” or following them into a District facility. 


     

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  • FINANCIAL AID HOTLINE

    The Texas Financial Aid Information Center (TFAIC) offers year-round support on any issue related to student financial aid. The center serves as a one-stop resource for schools, students, and families who have questions about financial aid eligibility, the application process, state financial aid programs, education-related tax benefits, and more. 

    For help, call 1-888-311-8881


     

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  • COLLEGE AND CAREER WEBINARS  

    The next College and Career Connections is scheduled for Wednesday, November 30, at 6:00 p.m. Each week, we highlight the Katy ISD Career and Technical Education programs. The next topic is STEM: Cybersecurity, STEM: Computer Science and Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics. Please see the dates, flyer and QR code HERE.   

    Webinar Link: https://katyisd-org.zoom.us/j/81616522168 

    Previous Presentations and Resources can be accessed here: https://www.katyisd.org/Page/9755


     

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  • BE SMART FOR KIDS CAMPAIGN  

    The Katy ISD Office of Emergency Management is teaming up with the Be Smart For Kids campaign to raise awareness and remind all adults how to prevent unauthorized access to firearms. As a community, we can all take action to keep our students safe at home and at school. 

    For more information, visit BeSMARTforkids.org 


     

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  • COMMUNICABLE AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES

    Katy ISD’s Infectious and Communicable Disease Annex and Guidelines provides standardized guidance used in response to the onset and potential spread of an infectious/communicable disease identified by local disease control representatives within the boundaries of the District and/or the surrounding area. Katy ISD continues to apply recommended guidance from TEA, DSHS and local health authorities to assist our students and staff with contending with the COVID-19 virus. The Link to the Guidelines can be found here  (en Espanol). While there have been no confirmed cases of monkeypox in Katy ISD, information about the disease can be found on Katy ISD’s Health Services webpage here.  


     

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  • EDULOG LITE APP

    The Edulog Lite Parent Portal app monitors the location of school buses as they travel their routes across Katy ISD boundaries. This is done through Global Position System (GPS) hardware that is installed in each Katy ISD bus.  By connecting to the Edulog Lite Parent Portal app, parents can see how close their child's bus is to its designated before- or after-school stop, as well as track the bus while it is en route. The Edulog Lite Parent Portal is only available for students who are eligible for transportation services in Katy ISD. Directions for downloading the Edulog Lite app can be found here (Eng) and here (Span).


     

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  • 2022-2023 DISCIPLINE MANAGEMENT PLAN AND STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT  

    The 2022-2023 Discipline Management Plan and Student Code of Conduct can be found here. Significant changes include moving information from the Discipline Management Plan and Student Code of Conduct to the Student Handbook. Electronic acknowledgment of both handbooks are included with Annual Student Update.  


     

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  • 2022-2023 BELL SCHEDULE 

    Katy ISD’s elementary bell schedule will see a slight adjustment beginning fall 2022 in an effort to maximize bus routes, minimize service delays, and accommodate for ongoing driver shortages. Please note that the bell schedule adjustment only affects elementary campuses. There will be no change to the 2022-2023 Katy ISD junior high nor high school bell schedules.         

    Tier A Elementary Campuses
    First Bell: 7:43 a.m.; Tardy Bell: 7:50 a.m.; Dismissal: 3:00 p.m.
    Early Release Dismissal: 12:05 p.m.
    Alexander Hutsell Rylander
    Campbell McRoberts Sundown
    Cimarron Memorial Parkway Winborn
    Hayes Rhoads Woodcreek
    Mid-Tier Elementary Campuses
    First Bell: 8:03 a.m.; Tardy Bell: 8:10 a.m.; Dismissal: 3:20 p.m.
    Early Release Dismissal: 12:25 p.m.
    Bear Creek Griffin Randolph
    Bethke Holland Shafer
    Bryant Katy Stanley
    Exley Mayde Creek West Memorial
    Fielder McElwain Williams
    Franz Morton Ranch Wilson
    Golbow Nottingham Country Wolfe
    Tier B Elementary Campuses
    First Bell: 8:23 a.m.; Tardy Bell: 8:30 a.m.; Dismissal: 3:40 p.m.
    Early Release Dismissal: 12:45 p.m.
    Creech King Schmalz
    Davidson Leonard Stephens
    Jenks Pattison Wolman
    Kilpatrick Robertson  
    Junior High High School  
    First Bell: 8:48 a.m. First Bell: 7:08 a.m.  
    Tardy Bell: 8:55 a.m. Tardy Bell: 7:15 a.m.  
    Dismissal: 4:05 p.m. Dismissal: 2:35 p.m.  
    Early Release: 1:05 p.m. Early Release: 11:35 a.m.  

     

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  • 2022-2023 FREE & REDUCED APPLICATION NOW OPEN

    To determine eligibility for free meals for the 2022-2023 school year, families with students who do not attend a Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) campus will need to complete a Meal Benefits/Free & Reduced meals application. More information about free and reduced benefits can be found here. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Child Nutrition Programs Income Eligibility Guidelines can be found here.           

    Please note that students who are attending an USDA designated Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) campus during the 2022-2023 school year will continue to receive free meals and are not required to complete a Meal Benefits application. More information about the USDA CEP program and eligible Katy ISD campuses can be found here.      


       

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  • 2022-2023 MEAL PRICES 

    Breakfast and lunch prices are based on student eligibility (except at CEP campuses where all meals are free). Meal prices for students have not been raised. Adult meal prices are based on USDA guidance.  Meal prices are as follows: 

    Customers will need money in their School Café accounts or have cash to purchase a la carte items. Students can charge meals as per the following policy and their household will get an automated negative balance call: 


     

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  • STUDENT ID INFORMATION 


    If you are looking for your student’s Katy ID, their ID and other pertinent information can be found on the student’s ID badge. It is located under the bar code and begins with an alpha character.  
    Additionally, the Katy ID can also be found by logging into Home Access Center (HAC). Click on the Registration icon – Demographic Tab and locate the field called Student ID.  


     

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  • STUDENT BADGES  

    REMINDER: Every student ID badge includes a unique student ID number that is used to check out library books and textbooks, to purchase food items in the cafeteria, to permit passage to certain club meetings, and to provide easy identification of students in common areas of the school. Secondary students must wear their ID badges at all times during school hours, while on school property. If a student loses the ID, a replacement must be purchased promptly from the designated school office/location. Failure to follow these procedures may be considered a violation of the Discipline Management Plan and Student Code of Conduct. For more information regarding student ID badges, please review the Discipline Management Plan and Student Code of Conduct (Identification (ID) Badges (p. 22). 


     

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  • HEALTH SERVICES

    All students enrolled in Katy ISD must be in compliance with state-required immunizations. Immunization requirements can be found on the Katy ISD Health Services Immunizations page.    
    Texas Vaccine Institute will be offering the following dates and times for any student enrolled in Katy ISD, insured or uninsured, to receive the necessary immunizations for school entry: 
    DATES:                     December 1, 2022 
    TIMES:                      2:00PM – 5:00PM 
    LOCATION:          Katy ISD Professional Development Annex building located at 6301 S. Stadium Lane, Katy, 77494 
    COST:                       $15 for one immunization; $25 for two; $30 for three or more (Accepting credit/debit cards or cash)
    BRING:                     Shot record and insurance card if you have insurance 
    For additional information, you may contact the Health Services Department at 281-396-2629. 


     

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  • BIRTHDAY TREATS AND OTHER DELIVERIES 

    To avoid interruption of classes, messages will be delivered to students only in extreme emergencies. Student delivery of flowers, balloons, food (including birthday treats), and other such items are prohibited at school. 


     

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  • SPEAKUP ANONYMOUS REPORTING APP

    SpeakUp is the anonymous reporting platform that students, parents and patrons can use to report safety concerns, bullying, threats of violence, drug use, as well as any other concerns related to students' physical or mental health. SpeakUp is available for download on the Apple Store or Google Play. It is also available on all District websites, computers and District devices. SpeakUp provides an opportunity for the Katy ISD community to anonymously provide valuable information to District administration and law enforcement that will keep our students safe. 


     

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  • TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT

    Family Technology Resources & Support - Great information and orientation for district technology and how to receive support. 
    Password Self Service Tool - Using this tool, you can retrieve your username and/or reset your password using a verification code.
    MyKaty Cloud - Portal for all district applications, including HAC and Canvas. 


     

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  • HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST

    High School Transcript Requests

     

    Current high school students and ALL alumni students can request their high school transcript through ScribOrder.


     

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  • SCHOOLINKS

    SchooLinks is a college and career readiness platform that helps students discover their interests and strengths, explore colleges and careers, and create an individualized career and academic plan that best reflects their post-secondary goals. SchooLinks is accessible to students in 6th - 12th grades, and their parents.                                                                 
    Using SchooLinks, students and families can:                            

    • Build their Personal Graduation Plan                          
    • Access career interest, strength and mindset surveys                            
    • Explore 2-year and 4-year colleges                            
    • Create course plans based on career pathways                            
    • Take virtual reality college campus tours                            
    • Search for scholarships                            
    • Learn about financial aid                            
    • Find internship and volunteer opportunities                            
    • Explore traditional, emerging and military career fields                            
    • Create digital portfolios / resumes                            
    • Communicate with counselors                              

    Student Login:                            
    Students log in to SchooLinks via MyKaty Cloud, then select the SchooLinks logo.                                
    Parent/Guardian Login:                             
    Parents/Guardians will have login access to SchooLinks beginning August 5, 2022.          


     

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  • ATHLETICS       

    See all our Athletic schedules here: Katy ISD Athletic Schedules         


     

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  • FINE ARTS

    JH Cheer: Save the Dates   
    District JH Cheer Try-out (UPDATED) - Saturday, March 4, 2023 at Taylor High School     
    --Each JH campus coach will be try-out details in February 2023     
    District JH Cheer Camp 2023 – Tuesday, June 6-Thursday, June 8, 2023 at The Merrell Center    
    --More details will be communicated by each campus coach in April 2023   
    For fine arts specific information, please go to the Katy ISD Fine Arts Department webpage for information and our district performance calendar.    


     

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  • 2023 LEGACY STADIUM SPRING GRADUATION CEREMONY SCHEDULE 


    NEW The Class of 2023 can submit their college applications through the Schoolinks College Applications Manager beginning on August 5, 2022. Contact the College & Career Facilitator (CCF) at your campus for more information. (CCF Campus Directory)  


     

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  • STUDENT FEDERAL AID (FAFSA)

    In accordance with Texas Education Code Section 28.0256, seniors graduating in 2022 and thereafter must complete and submit, and show proof of submission, a free application for federal student aid (FAFSA) or a Texas application for state financial aid (TAFSA).
    Seniors who choose to opt out must complete one of the following options:  

    1. The student’s parent or other person standing in parental relation submits a signed form indicating that the parent or other person authorizes the student to decline to complete and submit the financial aid application;  
    2. The student signs and submits the TEA opt-out form on the student’s own behalf if the student is 18 years of age or older or the student’s disabilities of minority have been removed for general purposes under Chapter 31 (Removal of Disabilities of Minority), Family Code; or  
    3. The school counselor authorizes the student to decline to complete and submit the financial aid application for good cause, as determined by the school counselor.  

    TEA Opt-out form:  Opt Out Form (English) Opt Out Form (Spanish)    
    Each High School campus’ College and Career Facilitator will send out further instructions regarding how to submit proof of FAFSA/TASFA or Opt Out form using SchooLinks at the end of September. The FAFSA application opens for the Class of 2023 is open.   
    FAFSA Application:  FAFSA Application Information 


     

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  • VOLUNTEERS & RAPTOR REGISTRATION  

    Katy ISD is excited to announce the implementation of the District’s Raptor Volunteer Initiative for the upcoming school year.      
    Beginning this fall, the district is requiring all volunteers serving on campus during the instructional day to register with the district through its Raptor security system.    
    Raptor ensures quick and easy volunteer registration allowing individual volunteers to create and manage a personal volunteer profile.    
    In addition, the Raptor Volunteer Initiative will:   

    • Provide an additional layer of protection for Katy ISD students, staff, volunteers, and campus visitors    
    • Unite all district volunteers into one Katy ISD volunteer community   
    • Measure and communicate the positive impact of Katy ISD volunteer organizations   

    The volunteer registration requirement will extend to all volunteers serving on or off-campus, during or after the instructional day effective January 4.   
    Join our volunteer community and register today!   
    Volunteer Application-English   
    Volunteer Application -Spanish  


     

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  • ELEMENTARY HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT, ABUSE, AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION INSTRUCTION  

    In accordance with Texas Education Code 28.004 and Senate Bill 9, elementary students in 4th & 5th grades will receive instruction in human growth and development. Additionally, students in 5th grade will receive instruction from elementary school counselors on the required health TEKS specific to abuse and violence prevention.  

    Under Texas statute, parents must choose to “opt-in” their child to participate in the lessons that address human growth and development, abuse, and violence prevention. Beginning on March 27th through April 6th, parents may elect to opt-in their child to participate in the lessons via an electronic link provided by the District.  

    Below is the opt-in window as well as the time frame when lessons will be taught:   
    Parent Opt-In Window - March 27th-April 6th    
    Instruction Window - May 1st- May 19th  

    All lessons are aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) and meet the requirements that are mandated by the state. Parents have the right to review the curriculum materials on each individual campus by request.   

    This content is intended to initiate conversations between you and your child about the physical, emotional, and social changes that occur during adolescence. In addition, awareness and education on abuse and violence are key to prevention and intervention. It is a priority for Katy ISD to partner with our families and community to create a safety net for our students.    


     

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  • JUNIOR HIGH HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT, ABUSE, AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION INSTRUCTION  

    In accordance with Texas Education Code 28.004 and Senate Bill 9, students enrolled in junior high physical education (PE) or Athletics will receive instruction in Human Growth and Development. Topics will include the physical changes resulting from puberty, as well as personal hygiene, abuse, abstinence, and prevention of communicable and noncommunicable diseases. Katy ISD junior high school counselors will teach the required health TEKS specific to abuse and violence prevention.  

    The purpose of the curriculum is to provide students with information about how to deal with the challenges of early adolescence and to supplement the efforts of parents as they educate and support their teens.  

    Under Texas statute, parents must choose to “opt-in” their child to participate in the lessons that address human growth and development, abuse, and violence prevention. Beginning on March 27th through April 6th, parents may elect to opt-in their child to participate in the lessons via an electronic link provided by the District.   

    Below is the opt-in window as well as the time frame when lessons will be taught:   
    Parent Opt-In Window - March 27th-April 6th    
    Instruction Window - May 1st - May 19th  

    All lessons are aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) and meet the requirements that are mandated by the state. Parents have the right to review the curriculum materials on each individual campus by request.   

    This content is intended to initiate conversations between you and your child about the physical, emotional, and social changes that occur during adolescence. In addition, awareness and education on abuse and violence are key to prevention and intervention. It is a priority for Katy ISD to partner with our families and community to create a safety net for our students.     


     

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  • HIGH SCHOOL HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT, ABUSE, AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION INSTRUCTION  

    Students enrolled in high school health will receive instruction in Human Growth and Development, Abuse, and Violence Prevention during the third six weeks for students earning credit during the fall semester or the sixth six weeks for students earning credit during the spring semester.  Topics will include the physical changes resulting from puberty, as well as personal hygiene, abuse, abstinence, prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, dating violence, family violence, and child abuse.    

    These topics are included in the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for high school health education. All lessons are aligned to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) and meet the requirements that are mandated by the state. Parents have the right to review the curriculum materials on each individual campus by request.   

    Under Texas statute, parents must choose to “opt-in” their child to participate in the lessons that address human growth and development, abuse, and violence prevention. Beginning on October 24th – November 4th,  parents of students enrolled in the fall health course may elect to opt-in their child to participate in the lessons via an electronic link provided by the District.      

    Below is the opt-in window as well as the time frame when lessons will be taught:   

    Semester 1 Enrollment  

    Semester 2 Enrollment  

    Parent Opt-in Window  

    October 24th- November 4th  

    Parent Opt-in Window  

    March 27th – April 6th  

    Instruction  

    December 5th-9th  

    Instruction  

    May 8th – 12th  

    This content is intended to initiate conversations between you and your child about the physical, emotional, and social changes that occur during adolescence. In addition, awareness and education on abuse and violence are key to prevention and intervention. It is a priority for Katy ISD to partner with our families and community to create a safety net for our students.    


     

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  • LIBRARY BOOK INFORMATION

    Parents of secondary students may be notified via email if their child checks out a Young Adult Fiction book from the campus library. This optional notification is available if a parent elected to receive the library notification when filling out the online Annual Student Update in August.  If a parent did not elect to receive the library notification, parents/guardians may contact instructionalresourceconcern@KatyISD.org to make a change and request the notification.


     

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  • KATY ISD IS HIRING!

    Bus drivers, food service, custodial, repair teams, teachers, aides and more! bit.ly/ApplyKatyISD


     

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  • PARENT COMMUNITY EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY

    In partnership with the Texas Education Agency (TEA), Crime Stoppers Houston hosts the webinar series: S.A.V.E. (Safety Awareness. Valuable Education). This series serves as a platform for discussion on many topics that concern the safety of our schools and community.  These topics include: mental health, human trafficking, social media and internet safety. Please see the link for upcoming webinars available. S.A.V.E. Webinar Series


     

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  • CHILD FIND

    Child Find is a process designed to identify, locate, and evaluate individuals from birth to 21 years of age who may need special education and related services. If you are concerned that your child may have a disability, contact your student’s school for more information about the Child Find process or click on the following link: Katy ISD Child Find Information Page


     

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