District Announcements


    Breakfast and lunch opportunities will be available throughout the summer to all Katy ISD children 18 and under. Please reference the chart below for location, dates and times. 
    *All meals must be eaten on campus. 

    Summer Food Service Program Chart


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    Recommendations by district personnel to purchase books new to the Katy ISD circulation are available for public review and comment prior to purchase. To review and/or comment on book titles currently being considered for district purchase, please visit the Book Titles Public Review and Comment dashboard.

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    Credit & Course recovery will be offered online and asynchronously with teachers available to provide support both online or in-person at the KSAT summer campus.   

    Dates: Online courses will open June 3, 2024, and will close at noon on June 27, 2024.  

    In-person support will be available with academic support lab sessions at Raines Academy:  


    • Monday through Thursday, June 3 - 27, 2024  

    • 7:30 am - 10:30 am or  

    • 11:30 am -3:00 pm  

    Application: Open May 1 - 29, 2024  

    Cost: No cost  

    For more information and the enrollment application, visit the KSAT website. 


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    Registration continues for Katy Virtual School for summer 2024, fall 2024 and spring 2025. Katy Virtual School (KVS) online classes allow secondary students to acquire graduation credits and/or expand their learning opportunities through paid, online high school credit courses during the summer and school year. The cost is $200 per semester per course with reduced or no fees for students identified as economically disadvantaged. KVS offers over 60 approved College Board Advanced Placement (AP), Katy Advanced Program (KAP) and academic level courses.  Visit our website for more details on courses offered and how to apply: http://www.katyisd.org/kvs or email katyvirtualschool@katyisd.org. 

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    Students who unintentionally bring to school a prohibited item which is not illegal, may turn in the item to a staff member without disciplinary consequences if this is done before the item is discovered or reported by a staff member or another student. This option applies only to the first time the prohibited item is accidentally brought to school. The second time the prohibited item is brought to school, the item will be confiscated, and the student disciplined according to the type of item brought to school. Parents/ guardians may pick up confiscated items which are not illegal within two school days. Items not picked up within two school days will be discarded. Illegal items and items designated as evidence will be turned over to the Katy ISD police.  

    Students shall not possess or use:  

    • Fireworks of any kind, smoke or stink bombs, or any other pyrotechnic device 

    • A razor, box cutter, chain or any other object used in a way that threatens or inflicts bodily injury to another person 

    • A gun of any kind 

    • A toy gun/“look-alike” weapon 

    • An air gun or BB gun 

    • Ammunition of any kind 

    • A stun gun 

    • Mace or pepper spray 

    • Pornographic material or items 

    • Tobacco products, cigarettes, e-cigarettes and any component, part or accessory for an e-cigarette device or accessory to vaping 

    • Devices designed to emit an electrical shock (such as a TASER) 


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    Katy ISD Parents and/or Guardians can view their child’s grades in the Home Access Center at any time. On the Grades page, you can access your child’s most recent progress report (IPR) and report card grades. On the Classwork page, you can setup personalized alerts for your child’s class averages. Based on the parent-defined percentage (%), you will receive an alert when your child’s average falls below or rises above a certain threshold. Select here to locate Instructions on how to setup grade alerts. 


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    House Bill 3, (88th Texas Legislature) requires the Texas School Safety Center, in collaboration with the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), to provide school districts information and other resources regarding the safe storage of firearms, including information on section 46.13 of the Texas Penal Code, for distribution to parents/guardians and community.  

    The Texas DPS has created a public relations campaign – Keep ’Em Safe Texas – that offers free downloadable resources to promote safe gun storage. Below you will find links to resources in English and Spanish.   

    Program Overview 8.5 × 11 Flyer: English / Spanish 
    12 × 18 Poster: English / Spanish 
    How to Talk to Others About Gun Safety 8.5 × 11 Flyer: English / Spanish 
    Ways to Safely Store Guns (Devices) 8.5 × 11 Flyer: English / Spanish 


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    State testing student results are available in the TEA Family Portal.  Parents will need to utilize their student’s Unique Access Code or follow the directions to automatically access the state testing results using MYKATYCLOUD English version or Spanish version. 


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    Board policies EFA Local - Instructional Materials and EFB Local - Library Materials were updated and approved by the Board on July 31, 2023.  

    Important Forms and Information:  


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    In alignment with Board policy EFB Local - Library Materials the District emails all parents/guardians on file each time their student checks out a library book. Parents may opt-out of these notifications by accessing the KISD Parent Option Portal in MyKaty cloud. Visit the MyKaty cloud for a brief video instruction on accessing the KISD Parent Option Portal. 


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    English Language Arts (ELA) classroom libraries offer independent reading material that supports the English Language Arts Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Parental consent is required for secondary students to check out books from their ELA classroom library. Parents may provide consent via the KISD Parent Option Portal located in MyKaty cloud. If parents do not provide consent via the KISD Parent Option Portal, their secondary student will be unable to check out books from their ELA classroom library. This is in addition to the Library Book Notification.  Visit the MyKaty cloud for a brief video instruction on accessing the KISD Parent Option Portal.


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    All Katy ISD parents of returning students are asked to complete the Annual Student Update.

    Parents/guardians of current Katy ISD students have been notified by email when each child’s Annual Student Update form is available. Parents with multiple students received an email for each child.  Parents are asked to please complete the Annual Student Update for each enrolled child prior to the start of school on Wednesday, August 16, 2023.  

    The 2022-2023 Discipline Management Plan and Student Code of Conduct can be found on the Katy ISD website via District Links.  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.     

    Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to submit a parent inquiry through the corresponding registration email found on the Katy ISD Online Enrollment webpage.   


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    To determine eligibility for free or reduced-price meals for the 2023-2024 school year, families with students who do not attend a Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) campus need to complete a Meal Benefits/Free & Reduced-Price meals application annually. Determined free and reduced-price meal eligibilities are valid only during the current school year and for the first thirty (30) school days of each new school year. The Free and Reduced flyer provides more information on available benefits. Visit the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition webpage for the Child Nutrition Programs Income Eligibility Guidelines.             

    Please note that students attending a USDA designated Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) campus during the 2023-2024 school year will continue to receive free meals and are not required to complete a Meal Benefits application.


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  • 2023-2024 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. 

    The 88th Texas Legislature approved funding as part of the General Appropriations Act so that students who qualify for reduced-price school meals can eat breakfast at no charge for the next two years. Students who meet eligibility requirements for reduced price meals must be offered breakfast at no charge by Texas school districts that participate in the School Breakfast Program. 

    Meal prices are as follows:    
    Meals Pricing                
    Customers will need money in their School Café accounts or have cash to purchase a la carte items. Students may charge meals as per the following policy and their household will get an automated negative balance call until the negative balance on the cafeteria account is paid.   


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    District charge policy allows students without meal money to receive the menu meal choice for a limited time with the expectation the parent will reimburse all meals charged. 

    Meals Charge

    Parents will be alerted when their child charges for a meal by receiving a courtesy call and/or email through the district automated call out system, if the district parent information is correct and up to date. Parents are responsible for monitoring the amount of money in their child’s account and paying back any borrowed money in a timely manner. If a student owes money on his/her account, he/she will be allowed to purchase snacks and/or a la carte only with cash in hand for that purchase, or once the student’s negative account is paid in full and funds are available to cover additional purchases.   


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    This school year, a new SMART Tag bus rider ID system will be rolled out across Katy ISD school buses to help monitor the ridership of eligible bus riders. The system will enable parents, bus drivers, and school administrators, to review in real time, when and where a student is picked up or dropped off by a school bus. Student identification (ID) cards for eligible riders will include the SMART Tag ID information. Buses will be equipped with a tablet that will read each student’s ID every time they enter and exit their bus. Parents and guardians will also have access to the SMART Tag Parent Web Portal — a cloud-based platform that will enable them to monitor their student’s ridership and bus route. Parents and guardians of eligible bus riders will receive additional information about the Smart Tag ID system via the email address they have on file with the district. The Smart Tag ID system replaces Katy ISD’s Edulog Lite App.


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    The 2023-2024 Discipline Management Plan and Student Code of Conduct was approved by the Board of Trustees on Monday, July 31st.   

    Important changes include:   

    • Mandatory disciplinary alternative education program (DAEP) placements for first-time offenses of e-cigarettes or tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). (Students are no longer sent to the DAEP “on the subsequent vaping infraction” due to legislative changes in HB 114 that add e-cigarettes and THC as specific mandatory placements.)  
    • Added permissive placements to the DAEP for:  
    • Engaging in multiple assaults,  
    • Engaging in a significant health or safety hazard, or   
    • Violating the District’s safety and security expectations.  
    • Dress for Success visual to assist students, parents and staff in understanding dress code expectations.  

    Parents and students should review the Discipline Management Plan to be aware of the campus and District behavior expectations as well as the potential consequences.  


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    This resource directory was compiled as an aid to our Katy ISD students, parents and community members in locating local resources. Inclusion in this directory does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation of services by district. This directory includes the most commonly used nonprofit, private, local, state and government resources available and is not intended to be complete. Directory information is rapidly changing and can become outdated. If you find any errors or have information on new resources for consideration, please feel free to contact KatyISDconcerns@katyisd.org.

    Community Resource Guide- English/ Community Resource Guide- Spanish


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    The DRESS for Success visual is provided to assist students, parents and staff in understanding dress code expectations. Parents and students should review the Discipline Management Plan and Student Code of Conduct to be aware of the campus and District behavior expectations as well as the potential consequences. 

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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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    The Department of Health and Human Services along with the Center for Disease Control have lifted the 5-day isolation period for those individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19. Both students and staff will follow the Department of State and Human Services Communicable Disease Chart for the readmission criteria.  



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    SSI provides monthly cash payments to help meet the basic needs of children who have a physical or mental disability. Children under age 18 can get SSI if they meet Social Security’s definition of disability for children and there is limited income and resources in the household. Visit the Social Security Administration website for more information about Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for Children.


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    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


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    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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    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 student physical or mental health. SpeakUP is available for download in 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 help keep our students safe.            



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    All campuses' exterior doors have safety signage indicating 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 all 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 to “tailgating” or following them into a district facility.  


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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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. Credit By Exam test results are entered in the Home Access Center (HAC) under the testing tab within six weeks of testing.   


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    Semester exam exemptions will be offered during Fall & Spring Semesters for the 2023 – 2024 school year.  Below are the required semester exemption requirements. In KISD, Semester Exam Exemptions are offered as attendance and behavior incentives for students. Exemptions are determined by course.   

    To qualify for an exam exemption in a course, a student must have met the following criteria per semester, per course:  

    1. An average of 80 or higher for the semester.  
    1. No more than FIVE (5) non-school related absences (see note below).  
    1. No more than TEN (10) tardies; 
    1. No N in conduct for the course and no U in conduct for any 
    1. No ISS, OSS, OAC/DAEP Placement, or JJAEP Placement.   
    1. No outstanding fees or fines.   
    1. Must have been enrolled in the course by the 10th day of instruction; and  
    1. Meet campus specific requirements related to exemption submission deadlines and verification procedures for securing their exemptions.    

    The number of available exemptions per grade level is as follows:  
    Please note: The following absence codes do NOT count toward the five (5) allowable excused & unexcused absences:  

    • P:  Present but not in class   
    • S:  School-sponsored curricular and extra-curricular activity that is not UIL related  
    • V:  UIL and other competitive activity   

    Final Exam Exemption Clarifications:  

    • Except for seniors, students may not exempt the same course final for both the fall and spring semesters.  
    • Advanced Placement (AP) Exams:  
    • Students enrolled in an AP course who successfully sit for the AP exam for that course may elect to exempt the final exam in the Spring semester.    
    • The final exam exemption for an AP exam does not count toward the maximum number of exemptions for that student’s grade level.  

    HCC Dual Credit & College Prep courses CANNOT be exempted.  


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  • Elementary IPR (Interim Progress Report) and Report Card Dates  


    Elementary IPR dates viewable by 10 AM:  


    Elementary RC dates viewable by 10 AM:  

















    To view your student’s IPR/ Report Card, login to MyKaty Cloud and select the Home Access (HAC) tile:  

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    Select the “Grades” icon – IPR or Report Card Tab  



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    The Katy Advanced Program (KAP) provides students with an opportunity to engage in above-grade level coursework in the areas of math, science, language arts, and social studies. KAP courses are available beginning in 6th grade and are open to all students. Every student is encouraged to take at least one advanced level course in an area of interest. Additional information can be found on the  Gifted/Talented & Advanced Academics Website    


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    Career exploration for elementary students is the perfect way to put them on the right path at the beginning of their academic careers. Career exploration is the process of discovering, evaluating, and learning about modern career paths and how students can pursue the careers of their choice. It is never too early to start!  


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    Senate Bill 1888 (87th Texas Legislature, Regular Session, 2021), establishes the Texas First Early High School Completion Program to allow public high school students who demonstrate early readiness for college to graduate early from high school and earn a scholarship for one or two semesters at certain Texas universities. Information regarding the program is provided on the Texas First Early High School Completion Program Webpage and Flyer    

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    The Course Fee List is located in our SchooLinks Online Course Catalog under student resources. Please note all new course fees will go into effect starting with the upcoming academic school year. Contact your child’s counselor if you have questions.    


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  • SECONDARY IPR (Interim Progress Report) and Report Card Dates 


    Secondary IPR dates viewable by 10 AM:  


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    05/17/2024 (12th graders)  

    05/25/2024 (6th - 11th graders)  

    To view your student’s IPR/ Report Card, login to MyKaty Cloud and select the Home Access (HAC) tile: 

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    Select the “Grades” icon – IPR or Report Card Tab 



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    (Deadline to submit application Today, February 16, 2024, at 11:59pm)  

    High school students are encouraged to pursue their areas of special talents and interest to enrich their academic experience. Students are encouraged to continue in their Fine Art, Athletic, and Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs as they continue to excel in their academic and extra/co-curricular endeavors. Once approved, students will receive credit for the GPA exempt course but will have their grade excluded from the GPA and class rank computation. Students must have a 4.0 or above GPA and maintain a B average in the GPA exempt course to qualify and maintain eligibility. This option is available to students in their 2nd, 3rd, or 4th full year. View the GPA Exempt Course Information for a list of courses identified as GPA-exempt eligible for this school year.  



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    Current 9th – 12th grade and ALL alumni students will request high school transcripts through SchooLinks Transcript Request.  

    Immunization records for the class of 2022 and 2023 can be requested via Schoolinks 


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    All students completing 9th, 10th, and 11th grade unofficial class rank will be visible in HAC when GPA is completed at the conclusion of spring 2024. Access to unofficial class rank will support students/parents with course, and career planning. 


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    The Senior Survey is available in SchooLinks!! Check with your high school campus regarding the specific deadline. 


    The Texas Success Initiative Assessment (TSIA) is designed to guide Texas public institutions of higher education in helping them determine whether students are ready for entry-level college coursework in English Language Arts Reading (ELAR) and mathematics. Students are exempt from this assessment if they meet college readiness benchmarks on the SAT ACT, or successfully complete the high school College Preparatory Course - TSIA scores and exemptions are valid for five years from when an assessment was taken.  

    Students who do not meet a TSI exemption must take the TSI assessment before college enrollment. Students who do not meet one or more of the established TSI benchmarks may be admitted, however, they are required to receive developmental education academic support as determined by the institution. Contact your campus’ College and Career Facilitator for more information. 

    CLASS OF 2024    

    The SchooLinks College Application Manager is available to the Class of 2024. SchooLinks is a tile that students can access in MyKatyCloud.     


    Seniors are required to attend school through Friday, May 10, 2024.  Excused and non-excused spring semester absences will accrue through Friday, May 10, 2024, count toward the maximum five (5) absences or less to exempt a final exam.  Seniors who are ineligible for final exam exemptions may take their final exams beginning on Monday, May 13, 2024. Campuses will communicate their specific senior final exam schedule that begins on Monday, May 13 through 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 15, 2024.     

    Students are encouraged to verify semester exam exemption eligibility by continually monitoring their semester average(s), attendance/tardies, conduct grade(s) and behavior consequences via the Home Access Center (HAC).     



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    In the case of inclement weather, Katy ISD will issue weather information impacting ceremonies via the stadium loudspeaker, students’ Katy ISD email addresses, social media, and text messages to the phone number a parent/guardian has on file with the District. All regularly scheduled graduation ceremonies begin at 8:00 p.m. In the event inclement weather is severe and impacts the scheduled evening ceremony, the graduation ceremony will be rescheduled to 9:00 a.m. the following day at Legacy Stadium.  However, every effort will be made to ensure the 8:00 p.m. evening ceremonies remain on schedule.    


    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).       


    The Federal Student Aid Department (FAFSA) recommends that stakeholders bookmark the Federal Student Aid webpage for regular status updates and resources related to the 2024-25 FAFSA launch.  



    Seniors who choose to opt out of completing the FAFSA/TASFA must complete one of the following options:     

    • 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;   

    • 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   

    • 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.   

    • Financial Aid Opt Out Document  

    See your high school campus’ College and Career Facilitator for more information. 

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    NOTE: Scholarship and event information is listed as a service to our community. The information provided through SchooLinks, campus websites, social media, Canvas pages, and district communication is a free resource. While we aim to keep the information up to date and accurate, information may change at any time without notice. For complete and updated information, always refer to the official website of the scholarship provider or organization. The inclusion of any link or opportunity does not imply Katy ISD’s endorsement or approval of the linked site, viewpoints, or content. Guardians and students are encouraged to do their due diligence before choosing to apply or participate. 

    All featured scholarship opportunities can be found on the Scholarship Opportunities webpage. 


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    Beginning in the fall 2023 semester, Katy ISD is offering a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Student Training and Licensing Program to rising 12th-grade students turning 18 and interested in obtaining a CDL. The Raines Academy CDL program 
    will provides training and licensing for Class A (no additional endorsement) or Class A with a Class B Passenger/School Bus Endorsement. If you would like to apply for or request more information, please contact the Raines Academy College and Career Facilitator, Norma White, at normajwhite@katyisd.org
    or 281-237-2308.     


    Students attending Raines Academy may take advantage of the flexible school day scheduling to also obtain employment with Katy ISD as a temporary student worker in either the Communications, Technology or Operations departments. Students taking advantage of this paid, employment opportunity will have access to transportation to their work location, a work schedule that is designed around their class schedule and the skills and experience to be a top candidate for full-time employment with Katy ISD following high school graduation. For more information about this exciting program, Raines students may contact the College and Career Facilitator, Norma White normajwhite@katyisd.org who coordinates the Student Work Program.   


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    Athletics Calendar of events


    Katy ISD will offer Electrocardiogram or (ECG) services with our physicals. This is volunteer and not required to participate in UIL Activities. The cost will be $20 for the ECG and $30 for the Physical. These are separate charges. Below are some FAQ’s. This will kick off at our Cheerleading Physical date on February 20, 2024, at Legacy Stadium. Read through the Frequently Asked Questions flyer for more information on heart screening. 


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    Katy ISD will offer Electrocardiogram or (ECG) services with our physicals. This is volunteer and not required to participate in UIL Activities. The cost will be $20 for the ECG and $30 for the Physical. These are separate charges. Below are some FAQ’s. This will kick off at our Cheerleading Physical date on February 20, 2024, at Legacy Stadium. Read through the Frequently Asked Questions flyer for more information on heart screening. 


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  • FINE ARTS   


    2023-2024 JH District Summer Camp    

    June 4-6, 2024, at Merrell Center for the following campuses:    

    • Katy    

    • Haskett    

    • Beck    

    • McDonald    

    • Seven Lakes    

    • Adams    

    • Cardiff    

    • Stockdick    

    • Nelson    

    June 11-13, 2024, at Merrell Center for the following campuses:    

    • Tays    

    • Woodcreek    

    • Morton Ranch    

    • Mayde Creek    

    • McMeans    

    • Memorial Parkway    

    • Cinco    

    • Beckendorff    

    • West Memorial    



    Katy ISD is hosting the following summer camps open to Katy ISD students:   

    Elementary Music  

    May 28-31/Rising 4th & 5th Graders   

    Jazz Band  

    May 28-31/Rising 7th – 12th Graders   

    JH Choir  

    June 3-6/Rising 6th, 7th & 8th Graders   

    JH Orchestra   

    June 3-6/Rising 7th, 8th & 9th Graders   

    June 10-13/ Rising 7th, 8th & 9th Graders  

    JH Band  

    June 3-7/Rising 7th, 8th & 9th Graders   

    June 10-14/ Rising 7th, 8th & 9th Graders   

    Fine Arts Tickets 

    To view and purchase tickets for fine arts events and productions visit the Pay N’ Go Tix webpage and select Fine Arts Events. 


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    Katy ISD Community Education is officially open for Spring 2024 registration. Our diverse array of classes, housed at Cinco Ranch and Taylor High Schools, includes offerings in art, dance, music, culinary arts, health & wellness, gardening, business, finance, retirement & long-term planning, computer skills, personal safety, and Spanish. Classes are open to adult learners in our community. Discover the possibilities by browsing our course catalog and register through the Katy ISD Pay-N-Go system.


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    Katy ISD’s Raptor safety protocol requires volunteers to register (or re-register) annually thus creating a new volunteer profile each year. Our 2023-2024 school year volunteer registration process launched on July 1. The link is included in the district’s PowerSchool student enrollment and is readily available via campus eNews and on district and campus websites.   

     Learn more about the Raptor Volunteer Initiative on the district’s website. 

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


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