Pre- K Pre- Registration
April 26 - 27, 2018Location: Admin Bldg
HCISD offers FULL DAY Pre-Kindergarten aligned with regular school schedule! Receiving a world-class education, HCISD students receive as many opportunities as possible early on in their academic careers to create the building blocks for future success.
Please consider the Pre-Registration location based on your school attendance zone. Optional bus transportation will be provided for families to and from the campuses on day of Pre-Registration.
For more information on HCISD Pre-K classes, please contact your prospective campus.*Please call (965) 430-4406 / (956) 430-9798 if you have any questions.
PreKindergarten PreregistrationPre-Kindergarten EligibilityTo be eligible for Pre-Kindergarten, your child must be 4 years of age on or before September 1, 2017, and:
Documents Needed for Registration
- Meet income requirements; or
- Speak a language other than English as their main language; or
- Have an active military parent; or
- Have a military parent who has been injured or killed in active duty; or
- Homeless; or
- Served by Child Protective Services
Elegibilidad PreeScolarPara calificar, los niños deben tener cuatro anos cumpleaños para el 1 de septiembre antes y:
- Birth Certificate
- Social Security Card
- Proof of Address
- Parent’s Proof of Income
- Parent’s Drivers License
- Immunization Record (With proof of insurance, immunizations may be available free of charge on site.)”
Documentos Nessecitas Para RegistroCertificado de NacimientoComprobante de domicilioTarjeta de Seguro SocialPrueba de ingresos de los padresLicencia de conducir de los padresRegistro de vacunación (con la prueba de seguro, vacunas esaran disponibles de forma gratuita en el sitio de registro.)”To register please call your neighborhood elementary school.Parents or guardians must furnish the school with the following items:1. A certified birth certificate from the bureau of Vital Statistics2. A current immunization record3. Proof of residency - The lease agreement if leasing or a gas, electric, or water bill4. Photo ID of parent or guardian (A parent or guardian must sign the application.)5. Social Security Card for the child, if available6. Proof of Family Income (current payroll stub for guardians)
- Cumplir ciertos requisitos de ingreso familiar; o
- Hablar un idioma distinto al Ingles como idioma principal; o
- Ser hijo(a) de padre/madre en servicio militar; o
- Ser hijo(a) de padre/madre militar que ha sido herido o muerto en servicio militar; o
- Sin hogar; o
- Haber estado en Servicios de Protección al Menor
7. Proof of Medical Health InsuranceTo be eligible for the Prekindergarten program, your child must be 4 years of age by September 1st and meet an eligibility requirement as determined by Texas law. No exceptions can be made.
- The child is unable to speak and comprehend the English language and are Limited English Proficiency (LEP) students. Students must complete a Home Language Survey and the child must qualify on the Pre -IDEA Proficiency Test (Pre-IPT),which will be administered at registration
- The child is educationally (economically) disadvantaged: Eligible to participate in the National Free or Reduced-Price Lunch Program based on family income.
- The child is educationally (economically) disadvantaged: Eligible by having a food stamp or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) Eligibility Group Number (EDG#).
- The child is homeless, as defined by 42 U.S.C. Section 11302.
- The child has a parent or official guardian that is an active duty member of the Armed Forces of the United States, including the state military forces or a reserved component of the armed forces, who is ordered to active duty by proper authority. This includes uniformed service members who are Missing in Action (MIA).
The term “member of the armed forces” includes:
- The child has a parent or official guardian that is a member of the Armed Forces of the United States, including the state military forces or a reserved component of the armed forces, who was injured or killed while serving on active duty.
• active duty uniformed members (parents or official guardians) of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, or Coast Guard who are assigned to duty stations in Texas or who are Texans who have eligible children residing in Texas;
• activated/mobilized uniformed members of the Texas National Guard (Army or Air Guard), or activated/mobilized members of the Reserve components of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, or Coast Guard who are Texas residents regardless of the location of the reserve unit; and
• uniformed service members who are Missing in Action (MIA).or
BRING TO REGISTRATION:
- The child has ever been in the conservatorship (foster care) of the Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS), as well as children in a conservatorship as a result of an adversary hearing. This includes children returned to home, kinship placement, and adoptions.
Students enrolling in the school district for the first time will need the following at the time of registration:1. Certified copy of the child’s birth certificate from the Bureau of Vital Statistics2. Current immunization record3. Proof of residency (a current electric, gas, or water bill if living in a house or a lease agreement if leasing)4. Social Security card for each child, if available5. Parent/Guardian photo ID (A parent or guardian must sign the application.)DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FOR MILITARYIf applying for admission based on military criteria, appropriate documentation is listed below:• Present Department of Defense (DoD) photo identification for children of active duty service members for documentation via district form.
• A copy of the “Statement of Service” from the Installation Adjutant General (AG) Director of Human Resources for children of active members or mobilized reservists or members of the Texas National Guard. This office would use the military personnel systems and documentation to verify that the service member is on active duty in Texas or a Texas mobilized reservist. For Texas National Guard members (Army or Air Guard), the Texas National Guard’s office of the Adjutant General (TAG) may provide documentation or an official letter from a commander (at or above the Lieutenant Colonel or, for the Navy at the commander level) confirming active/mobilized status may be accepted.
• A copy of the Death Certificate using the Service appropriate Department of Defense form, or a Department of Defense form that indicates death as the reason for the separation from the service for children of service members who died or were killed. If the Department of Defense form is not available, the family would ask the Casualty Assistance Office of the closest Casualty Area Command (in Texas) to provide a memorandum signed by the Casualty Office stating the service member was killed in action or died while serving.
• A copy of the Purple Heart orders or citation for children of service members or mobilized reservists/guardsmen who were wounded or injured in combat.
• A copy of the Line of Duty Determination documentation for children of service members or mobilized reservists/guardsmen who were injured while serving on active duty but were NOT wounded or injured in combat. If such documentation is not available, a copy of an official letter from a commander (at or above the Lieutenant Colonel or, for the Navy at the commander level) that stated the service member was wounded or injured while on active duty is acceptable.
• A copy of appropriate documentation for children of service members who are “Missing in Action” (MIA). Any one of the following three acceptable pieces of documentation will suffice for all services: (1) a copy of the transmittal letter from the Service Secretary stating the service member is in a missing status; (2) a copy of the DD (Department of Defense) Form 2811, “Report of Proceedings by Initial/Subsequent Board of Inquiry or Further Review Board;” or (3) a copy of the DD Form 2812, “Commander’s Preliminary Assessment and Recommendations Regarding Missing Person.”Students qualifying for prekindergarten on the basis of being a child of an active duty member of the Armed Forces of the United States, including the state military forces or a reserved component of the Armed Forces, remain eligible for enrollment if the child’s parent leaves the Armed Forces, or is no longer on active duty, after the student begins a prekindergarten class.DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FOR FOSTER CAREIf applying for admission based on having ever been in the conservatorship (foster care) of the Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) please provide:
Parents/guardians seeking additional information or clarification to determine qualifications for the prekindergarten program should call their neighborhood elementary school.
- Court documentation establishing foster care, OR
- Department of Family and Protective Services letter which verifies that a child has ever been in foster care. For additional information, contact your local CPS office.