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8/9/05

LISD New Student Registration Underway

Back packs, notebooks and pens...these are supplies kids must bring to school. But before some students can even attend, they have to register.

Registration for LISD began Tuesday morning. As a rule, if your child is about to go to a school where they're not expected, you need to get them registered. All week from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. you can register your student at the school they will attend.

You must bring:

  • address verification
  • student's social security card
  • original birth certificate
  • shot record

To transfer from another district, you need to visit LISD's central office on 19th and Avenue Q.

Registration is also underway for both Cooper and Frenship school districts. You can register at any campus this week. Cooper tells us they have already registered about 200 students.
 

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