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DISD 23-24 Parent Survey: Dickinson ISD families invited to complete the 23-24 school year parent survey
04/30/2024

DISD families are invited to complete our family survey in reflection of the 23-24 school year. We plan to evaluate the feedback from our Gator families as we move forward with planning of the 24-25 school year.

  

By completing this survey, you are assisting DISD with meeting the needs of our students and families. 

Click to complete the survey


Thursday, April 18 - DHS College & Career Fair 6-8 p.m.
04/16/2024

 Calling all future leaders and innovators! 

 Mark your calendars for Thursday, April 18, 2024, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM because DHS is hosting the can't-miss College & Career Fair of the year!

This is your golden opportunity to meet face-to-face with representatives from top universities, trade schools, and employers. Dive into discussions about your future with branches of the military, and learn about different career paths from industry experts.

 Location: DHS Competition Gym

 Time: 6:00 - 8:00 PM

Whether you're drawn to the higher education institutions, intrigued by the hands-on programs at trade schools, or curious about starting your career — there's something here for everyone!

Don't miss out:

Explore diverse educational pathways 

Uncover new career opportunities 

Connect with military branches for disciplined life experiences 

Discover financial aid and scholarship information 

 Plus, special appearances by more institutions and organizations eager to guide you toward success.

Get ready to take the next step on your journey to a bright and fulfilling future. Your path to higher education and beyond begins at the DHS College & Career Fair!

#DHSCareerFair2024 #FutureReady #EducationGoals #CareerPathways


2024-2025 Pre-K & Kindergarten Pre-Registration Information
04/11/2024

Click here if you are a NEW Dickinson ISD family!

Click here if you have other children in Dickinson ISD!

 

Dickinson ISD is excited to meet many new Gator students who will be joining us in 2024-2025 for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten. We will be hosting an enrollment event on May 3rd so that families can complete the enrollment process for the 2024-2025 school year. To be eligible for Kindergarten, a student must reside in Dickinson ISD and be 5 years old by September 1, 2024. Pre-Kindergarten students must reside in Dickinson ISD, be 4 years old by September 1, 2024 and meet one of the Pre-Kindergarten qualifications (CLICK HERE FOR QUALIFICATIONS).

***Can’t make the event? If you miss the Pre-K & Kindergarten pre-registration event on May 3, your next chance to enroll Will be during back-to-school registration in August 2024.***
 
Attendance Zones
Visit the district's website at www.dickinsonisd.org (http://www.dickinsonisd.org/) and click on the Attendance Zones link in the Quicklinks section on the left-hand side of the district homepage to find out which school your child is zoned to attend. You will be able to enter your address to see the list of schools your child will attend at all grade levels. For questions, contact an elementary campus or the district's Public Information Office at 281-229-6080.
 
Enrollment Process
    1    Complete the New Student Online Enrollment Application. New Student Enrollment Applications for Pre-K and Kindergarten will be open from April 15 to May 3. Dickinson ISD will have an open computer lab available for families who need help with the online application process on May 3rd between 8-11:30 am and 12-2 pm at the Dickinson ISD Education Support (2218 FM 517 East, Dickinson, TX 77539). 
    2    Upon completing the online enrollment forms, parents or guardians will need to provide the following required documents in person during the Dickinson ISD Pre-K and Kindergarten event on May 3rd between 8-11:30 am and 12-3 pm at the Dickinson ISD Education Support (2218 FM 517 East, Dickinson, TX 77539). 
 
Things To Bring To Registration
The following documents are needed in order to complete enrollment:
    •    Student's birth certificate
    •    Student's immunization record
    •    Valid parent identification (state ID, Driver’s license, Passport, etc.)
    •    Proof of residency - Must provide 1 of the following: a current lease or mortgage statement, an electricity, water, or gas bill in the parent's name.
    •    Student's social security card (optional, but needed if you entered the student's SSN on the application)
    •    A complete copy of custody papers (all pages), if applicable, for the schools to retain.
    •    Pre-Kindergarten students must also provide documentation based on their qualification for PreK*
 
Pre-Kindergarten Qualifications (https://www.dickinsonisd.org/upload/page/0554/PreK%20and%20K%20registration%20documents.pdf) *
     -    Economically Disadvantaged (SNAP/ TANF/current paycheck stub)
     -    Language (language test will be administered on May 3rd if applicable)
     -    Military (Verification of US Dept of Defense, statement of service, etc.)
     -    Foster Care (Verification letter from DFPS)
     -    Star of Texas Award (Copy of certificate awarded to parent.)

 

After May 3rd
Pre-K and Kindergarten students will be able to complete enrollment at the Centralized Enrollment event 
August 1 (10 am -6 pm) or 
August 2 (8 am- 3 pm) at Dickinson High School.

PKK Registration 2024 Flyer.pdf

 


Dickinson ISD campuses storm update - K.E.L.E. Elementary Requests Student Pickup 4/10/24
04/10/2024

Weather Update from Dickinson ISD

 

All Dickinson ISD campuses have electrical power except K.E. Little Elementary.  Two power poles are snapped in the Bacliff area, and we do not know when power will be restored.  KELE parents have been notified and requested to pick up their children.  All other DISD campuses are proceeding with the school day.

  

The storm did cause major damage to the awning at McAdams Junior High.  An alternative plan for bus drop off and pick up is in place, and the damaged awning will be immediately addressed.  In addition, a dugout at the softball field partially collapsed, and softball games will be moved to another location.  Elementary principals are proceeding with the 3rd grade STAAR, and it will be rescheduled for 3rd graders at K. E. Little Elementary as soon as power is restored and students can return to campus.

 

We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we continue to work through the aftermath of the severe weather that occurred early this morning.

 


New Student Enrollment Applications for Pre-K and Kindergarten will be open from April 15 to May 3 - Event on May 3 at DISD
04/09/2024

Dickinson ISD is excited to meet many new Gator students who will be joining us in 2024-2025 for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten. We will be hosting an enrollment event on May 3rd so that families can complete the enrollment process for the 2024-2025 school year. To be eligible for Kindergarten, a student must reside in Dickinson ISD and be 5 years old by September 1, 2024. Pre-Kindergarten students must reside in Dickinson ISD, be 4 years old by September 1, 2024 and meet one of the Pre-Kindergarten qualifications.

 

Attendance Zones

Visit the district's website at www.dickinsonisd.org and click on the Attendance Zones link in the Quicklinks section on the left-hand side of the district homepage to find out which school your child is zoned to attend. You will be able to enter your address to see the list of schools your child will attend at all grade levels. For questions, contact an elementary campus or the district's Public Information Office at 281-229-6080.

 

Enrollment Process

  1. Complete the New Student Online Enrollment Application. New Student Enrollment Applications for Pre-K and Kindergarten will be open from April 15 to May 3. Dickinson ISD will have an open computer lab available for families who need help with the online application process on May 3rd between 8-11:30 am and 12-2 pm at the Dickinson ISD Education Support (2218 FM 517 East, Dickinson, TX 77539). 
  2. Upon completing the online enrollment forms, parents or guardians will need to provide the following required documents in person during the Dickinson ISD Pre-K and Kindergarten event on May 3rd between 8-11:30 am and 12-3 pm at the Dickinson ISD Education Support (2218 FM 517 East, Dickinson, TX 77539). 

 

Things To Bring To Registration

The following documents are needed in order to complete enrollment:

  • Student's birth certificate
  • Student's immunization record
  • Valid parent identification (state ID, Driver’s license, Passport, etc.)
  • Proof of residency - Must provide 1 of the following: a current lease or mortgage statement, an electricity, water, or gas bill in the parent's name.
  • Student's social security card (optional, but needed if you entered the student's SSN on the application)
  • A complete copy of custody papers (all pages), if applicable, for the schools to retain.
  • Pre-Kindergarten students must also provide documentation based on their qualification for PreK*

 

Pre-Kindergarten Qualifications *

    • Economically Disadvantaged (SNAP/ TANF/current paycheck stub)
    • Language (language test will be administered on May 3rd if applicable)
    • Military (Verification of US Dept of Defense, statement of service, etc.)
    • Foster Care (Verification letter from DFPS)
    • Star of Texas Award (Copy of certificate awarded to parent.)

 

After May 3rd, Pre-K and Kindergarten students will be able to complete enrollment at the Centralized Enrollment event August 1 (10 am -6 pm) or August 2 (8 am- 3 pm) at Dickinson High School.



Dickinson ISD Eclipse Event for Students - April 8, 2024
04/02/2024

Solar Eclipse on April 8, 2024!

 

 As we gear up for the awe-inspiring solar eclipse on April 8th, we're committed to ensuring our students experience this celestial event safely. That's why we're rolling out a series of Solar Eclipse Safety Presentations during the week of April 1-5. It's a fantastic opportunity for our students to learn about the importance of eye protection during the eclipse and how to use solar viewing glasses correctly.

 

 

 Get Ready for Safe Eclipse Viewing! We're going above and beyond to equip our campuses with special glasses and viewers, aiming for every two students to share a pair. This initiative guarantees that everyone can enjoy the eclipse without risking eye damage.

 

 Mark Your Calendars! This educational journey is something we're thrilled to offer our students. Not only will they gain valuable knowledge about eye safety, but they'll also participate in fun activities designed to enhance their eclipse viewing experience.

 

 Stay Tuned to your child's campus for opt in, opt out, or special instructions and permission regarding the eclipse! We're working closely with campuses to ensure the smooth distribution of viewing glasses and other resources. More exciting details will be shared soon. Let's make this solar eclipse a safe and memorable event for our entire school community!

 


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