Huffman ISD
New Student Enrollment

  • Welcome to Huffman ISD!

    Please read and complete ALL sections of this form.

Student Demographic Information

  • Enter FULL name exactly as it appears on the child's birth certificate:

Pre-Kindergarten Application

  • To be eligible for enrollment in a PK class, a child must be 4 years old on September 1, 2018 and must meet one of the following requirements:

    1. be unable to speak and comprehend the English language; or
    2. be eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP); or
    3. be homeless; or
    4. be the 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, who is ordered to active duty by proper authority; or
    5. be the child of 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; or
    6. have ever been in the conservatorship of the DFSP (foster care) following an adversary hearing.
    7. is the child of a person eligible for the Star of Texas Award.

  • You will be required to show proof of eligibility for the National School Lunch Program.  This could be in the form of one of the following:
    1. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (SNAP) Eligibility Letter; OR
    2. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Eligibility Letter; OR
    3. Acceptable documentation for earnings (wages and salary) for all working members of the household include:
            • Current paycheck stub
            • Current pay envelope
            • Letter from employer stating gross wages paid and how often they are paid
            • Unemployment, Workers Compensation, or Disability payment stub

  • I understand that school district officials will verify the information on this application. I certify that all of the above information is true and correct and that all income is reported. I understand that deliberate misrepresentation of information may subject me to prosecution under applicable state laws.
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  • Huffman Independent School District

    HOME LANGUAGE SURVEY-19 TAC Chapter 89, Subchapter BB, §89.1215

     (Home Language Survey applicable ONLY if administered for students enrolling in pre-kindergarten through grade 12)

     TO BE COMPLETED BY PARENT OR GUARDIAN FOR STUDENTS ENROLLING IN PREKINDERGARTEN THROUGH GRADE 8 (OR BY STUDENT IN GRADES 9-12): The state of Texas requires that the following information be completed for each student who enrolls in a Texas public school for the first time. It is the responsibility of the parent or guardian, not the school, to provide the language information requested by the questions below.

    Dear Parent or Guardian:

     To determine if your child would benefit from Bilingual and/or English as a Second Language program services, please answer the two questions below.

     If either of your responses indicates the use of a language other than English, then the school district must conduct an assessment to determine how well your child communicates in English. This assessment information will be used to determine if Bilingual and/or English as a Second Language program services are appropriate and to inform instructional and program placement recommendations. If you have questions about the purpose and use of the Home Language Survey, or you would like assistance in completing the form, please contact your school/district personnel.


    For more information on the process that must be followed, please visit the following website:  

     This Survey shall be kept in each student's permanent record folder.  

    Note:  If you believe you made an error when completing this Home Language Survey, you may request a correction, in writing, only if: 1) your child has not yet been assessed for English proficiency; and 2) your written correction request is made within two calendar weeks of your child's enrollment date.

Ethnicity and Race Information

  • Texas Education Agency
    Texas Public School Student/Staff Ethnicity and Race Data Questionnaire

    The United States Department of Education (USDE) requires all state and local education institutions to collect data on ethnicity and race for students and staff. This information is used for state and federal accountability reporting as well as for reporting to the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

    School district staff and parents or guardians of students enrolling in school are requested to provide this information. If you decline to provide this information, please be aware that the USDE requires school districts to use observer identification as a last resort for collecting the data for federal reporting.

    Please answer both parts of the following questions on the student’s or staff member’s ethnicity and race. United States Federal Register (71 FR 44866)

Student Military Connection and Foster Care Status Questionnaire

Student Address Information

  • As outlined in Huffman ISD Board Policy FD (Local) applicants for admission to Huffman ISD schools shall be required to present documentary evidence of residency within the District. The following documents shall be the preferred method of demonstrating residence.
    • A valid driver's license or state issue identification card for the parent or guardian showing an address within District boundaries.
    • A current household utility statement or application (e.g. gas, electricity, water, telephone) in the name of the parent or guardian showing an address within District boundaries.
    • A valid, fully executed, lease or rental agreement stating the property address, list of occupants, name of property owner, beginning and ending date of lease, and signature of both parties.
    • A current mortgage statement or payment book.
  • Physical Address

  • Mailing Address

  • Student Contact Information - Grades 6 - 12 only:

  • By providing contact information you authorize Huffman ISD to use an automated system to send emails and place phone calls about important announcements (School Closings, Special Events, Scholarship Opportunities, etc.) to the provided numbers/address that you control.

Home Internet Access

Student Residency Questionnaire

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    Student Residency Questionnaire
    The information on this form is required to meet the law known as the McKinney-Vento Act 42 U.S.C.11434a(2), which is also known as the Title X, Part C, of the No Child Left Behind Act.

    Presenting a false record or falsifying records is an offense under Section 37.10, Penal code, and enrollment of the child under false documents subjects the person to liability for tuition or other costs. TEC Sec. 25.002(3)(d).

    This questionnaire is intended to address the McKinney-Vento Act 42 U.S.C. 11435. The answers to this residency information help determine the services the student may be eligible to receive.

Transportation Information

    Primary Method Student will Arrive to School

    • Alternate Pick Up Address:

    Primary Method Student will Return Home After School

    • Alternate Drop Off Address:

    • Day Care Information

    Request for Hargrave High School Parking Permit

    Vehicle Information

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    Student Consent and Parent Authorization for Participation in District Drug/Alcohol Screening Program

    • FNF (LOCAL) (STUDENT DRUG TESTING PROGRAM) The District has determined that the use of illegal drugs and alcohol among students in grades 7-12 is a problem of increasing proportions. Information gathered from surveys of the student body and from other reliable sources within the community indicates that such use is prevalent within all segments of the student population. Many of the extracurricular activities offered by the District are considered to be “safety-sensitive.” The District considers allowing students to drive vehicles on campus to be a “safety-sensitive” activity. Since the use of illegal drugs or alcohol may pose a significant threat to the health and safety of all students who participate in extracurricular activities or drive a vehicle on campus, the District has determined to implement a program of random testing in grades 7-12 beginning in August, 2004.

      For Student I hereby acknowledge that I have read the above District Policy FNF(LOCAL) as related to the STUDENT DRUG TESTING PROGRAM. I further acknowledge that I understand the provisions of the policy, and I hereby consent to any such testing as may be authorized by the District in accordance with said policy. I further understand that, because the tests are to be conducted on a random basis, I may be selected for testing more that once each year, and that refusal to submit to such tests may be grounds for discipline as specified in the policy.

      For Parent or Guardian I hereby acknowledge that I have read the above District Policy FNF(LOCAL) as related to the STUDENT DRUG TESTING PROGRAM, and I do hereby consent that my child may participate in any such testing as may be authorized by the District in accordance with said policy. I understand that I may withdraw the authorization for testing at any time upon submission of written notice to the school Principal. I further understand and accept that, upon such withdrawal, my child will become ineligible to participate in any of the activities as may be specified in the policy until such time as authorization to test is restored. Further, I hereby release and hold harmless the Huffman Independent School District and the Pinnacle Employee Testing service, and their trustees, officers, employees, agents, and representatives from any and all liability, claims, damages and costs that may arise as a result of any action as may be taken relative to a positive drug/alcohol test.

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    Parent/Guardian Information

    • Residing Parent/Guardian #1 (lives in the home with the student)

    • Residing Parent/Guardian #2 (lives in the home with the student)

    Emergency Contacts

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    • By providing contact information you authorize Huffman ISD to use an automated system to send emails and place phone calls about important announcements (School Closings, Special Events, Scholarship Opportunities, etc.) to the provided numbers/address that you control.

    • Other Children Enrolled in Huffman ISD

    Allergy Information

    • Medication Allergies

    • Insect Bites/Stings Allergies


      (The District must request, at the time of yearly enrollment, that the parent or guardian of each student attending the District disclose the student’s food allergies. This form will satisfy this requirement. Additional information regarding food allergies, including maintaining records related to a student’s food allergies, can be found at District Policy FD and FL.)

      Dear Parent:
      This form allows you to disclose whether your child has a food allergy or severe food allergy that you believe should be disclosed to the District in order to enable the District to take necessary precautions for your child’s safety.

      “Severe food allergy” means a dangerous or life-threatening reaction of the human body to a food-borne allergen introduced by inhalation, ingestion, or skin contact that requires immediate medical attention.

      Please list any food to which your child is allergic and severely allergic, as well as the nature of your child’s allergic reaction to food.
      The District will maintain the confidentiality of the informaton provided above and may disclose the information to teachers, school counslors, school nurses, and other appropriate school personnel only within the limitations of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act and District policy FL.
    • Food Allergy Information

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    Other Health Information

    • Please check any of the following problems this student has experienced and indicate the age he/she experienced it.

      Skin Disorders
      Blood Disorders
      Heart Disorders
      Kidney Disorders
      Psychological Disorders
      Orthopedic Problems
      Serious Accident
      Recent Fracture
      Chicken Pox
      Contact with TB
      Rheumatic/Scarlet Fever
      Corrective Lenses
      Vision Loss (not correctable)
      Hearling Loss
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    • Physician's Information

    • In case of emergency or serious illness, if I cannot be reached, I authorize Huffman ISD to arrange for necessary medical services for the child listed.

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    • Family Survey

      Dear parents,

      In order to better serve your children, the school district would like to identify families and out of school youth who are agriculture or fishing workers and who may qualify to receive additional educational services.  The information provided will be kept confidential.  Please answer the following questions and return this survey form to your child's school.
    • The Migrant Education Program offers through school districts (services vary by district) and the community a variety of supplemental academic and support services to all identified migrant children and out of school youth (regardless their immigration status) who move with their families to harvest the fruits and vegetables that help feed our nation. 

      If you answered "yes" to the questions above and to take advantage of these benefits, an education representative will contact you to provide additional information.  Please provide the following information:

    Program Participation

    Where did student last attend school prior to coming to Huffman ISD?

    Socioeconomic Information Form

    • Huffman ISD is required to collect and report the socioeconomic status of each student to the Texas Education Agency for purposes of the annual state accountability ratings and for federal reporting.  Please note that this form is not sent to the Texas Education Agency and that the income levels indicated for your family are not reported to the Texas Education Agency.  Only the Economic Disadvantaged status of each student as determined by the information provided is reported to the Texas Education Agency.

    Attendance Notice

    • Warning Notice

      Required under Texas Education Code Sec. 25.095



      If a student is absent from school on 10 or more days or parts of days within a six-month period in the same school year:


      1.  The student's parent is subject to prosecution under Section 25.093; and

      2.  The student is subject to referral to a truancy court for truant conduct under Section 65.003(a), Family Code.


      "Parent" includes a person standing in parental relation.

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    Student/Parent Handbook and Code of Conduct Parent Acknowledgment Form

    • As required by state law, the Board of Trustees has officially adopted the Student Code of Conduct in order to promote a safe and orderly learning environment for every student.

      This will certify that I understand and consent to my parental responsibilities as outlined in the school district‘s Student Code of Conduct and Huffman ISD rules, standards, and Policy as set forth in this Student/Parent Handbook.

      This will certify that I have read the Huffman ISD Rules and Standards for School Bus Transportation and Drug Screening Policy as outlined in the Student/Parent Handbook.

      This will certify that I have read and agree to the HISD Student Responsible Use Policy as in the Student/Parent Handbook.
      My child and I have been offered the option to receive a paper copy or to electronically access the Huffman ISD Student Handbook and the Student Code of Conduct for 2017-2018:
    • I understand that the handbook contains information that my child and I may need during the school year and that all students will be held accountable for their behavior and will be subject to the disciplinary consequences outlined in the Student Code of Conduct. If I have any questions regarding the Student/Parent Handbook or the Student Code of Conduct I should direct those questions to my campus principal.
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    Parent Statement Prohibiting Corporal Punishment

    • A parent has the responsibility of submitting a signed statement to the principal each year if he or she chooses to prohibit the use of corporal punishment with his or her child. A parent may reinstate permission to use corporal punishment at any time during the school year by submitting a signed statement to the principal. Corporal punishment will be administered in accordance with the law, district policy, and the Student Code of Conduct (SCOC). [See FO and the SCOC]

      Corporal punishment will be administered as soon as possible after an offense and will not be administered in anger. The principal or a designee may choose not to use corporal punishment even if the parent has requested its use. Any use of corporal punishment will be documented on a district form. The principal or a designee will inform the parent when corporal punishment is used.

      Paddles used for administering corporal punishment will not be generally displayed and will be under the control of the principal or designee. Corporal punishment will be limited to spanking or paddling and will consist of an appropriate number of strikes based upon the size, age, and the physical, mental, and emotional condition of the student.

      Before corporal punishment is used, the district may give the student a choice between other disciplinary measures and corporal punishment.
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    Notice Regarding Directory Information and Parent's Response Regarding Release of Student Information

    • Certain information about district students is considered directory information and will be released to anyone who follows the procedures for requesting the information unless the parent or guardian objects to the release of the directory information about the student. If you do not want Huffman ISD to disclose directory information from your child‘s education records without your prior written consent, you must notify the district in writing by September 12, 2018. Huffman ISD has designated the following information as directory information (for the limited purposes described below): Student name; address; telephone listing; electronic mail address; photograph; date and place of birth; major field of study; degrees, honors, and awards received; dates of attendance; grade level; most recent educational institution attended; participation in officially recognized activities and sports; weight and height of members of athletic teams; and enrollment status.

      ATTENTION PARENTS: HISD does not release directory information to the general public. Unless the parent/guardian or adult student objects, directory information, as defined above, shall only be released to/for:

      • School sponsored uses such as school yearbook, student newspapers, programs and school publications and Huffman ISD websites.
      • To others as required by law or otherwise provided for in HISD‘s District Policy FL (Legal and Local).
    • Federal law requires that districts receiving assistance under the Elementary and Secondary Education act of 1965 to provide a military recruiter or an institution of higher education, on request, with the name, address, or telephone number of a secondary student unless the parent does not want the student’s information disclosed without the parent’s prior written consent.
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    Student Oath for Testing

    • I understand that my phone, camera or other electronic device must be left at home, left in my vehicle or turned in to the test administrator during testing.  I understand that the following are violations of the Huffman ISD Student Code of Conduct- 

      During the administration of a standardized test, students may not:

      • Maintain possession of my cell phone or electronic device  
      • Use the cell phone during the testing session without permission from the testing administrator
      • Use the cell phone of electronic device in the restroom, cafeteria, hallway and all other areas of the campus during testing 
      • Use the cell phone or electronic device in any manner that will jeopardize any student’s testing security

      Violations of this policy will be investigated. The findings of the investigation could subject students to disciplinary actions. Students that are investigated for a testing violation could also have their answer document dismissed and receive no score.

    Title I

    • Huffman Elementary School and Falcon Ridge Elementary School are school-wide Title 1 campuses. Accordingly, Huffman Independent School District has a School - Parent Compact for all students at these three campuses. The School - Parent compact is designed so that parents, teachers and students will share the responsibility for improved student achievement. This will be a partnership designed to help students do their best academically. The compact will include the following components:

      The school's responsibility is to provide quality curriculum and instructon in a very supportive and effective environment.

      The parents will support their child's learning by monitoring attendance, checking homework, listening to their child read, and participating in decisions relating to the education of their child.

      The students will be responsibile for following the school rules, putting forth their best effort and accepting responsibility for their own learning.

      The compact will address the importance of communication between the parent, student, and teacher on an ongoing basis.

      Thank you, parents and students, for your continued help. We, at school, will do our best, too.

      For more information please contact the school.
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    Dear Parent/Guardian of a student receiving Special Education Services:

    • Your rights were explained to you when your child was initially referred for special education assessment. Federal regulations require that parents and adult students be provided a full explanation all procedural safeguards in your native language or other mode of communication each time the district proposes or refuses to initiate or change the identification, evaluation, or educational placement of your child or the provision of a free appropriate public education (FAPE) to your child . For a copy of the Notice of Procedural Safeguards click here and for A Guide to the Admission, Review, and Dismissal Process click here .

      If you need a full explanation, the District’s designee’s contact information is found on the last page of the Notice of Procedural Safeguards.

      Kathy Krenek
      Director of Special Services
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    • Medicaid to Schools Program Notification

      Local Education Agencies (LEAs), such as school districts, are eligible to receive federal Medicaid reimbursement for medically necessary services provided to their special education students when the services meet the requirements of the state’s School-Based Medicaid program and are provided in accordance with the students’ IEPs (§300.154(d)(2)(i)-(iii)).

      The Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) require schools to notify parents that the district participates in this program. The district utilizes services ordered in the IEP and the Medicaid identification number, in conjunction with the state Medicaid Agency and our Medicaid billing agent, to receive reimbursements for these services from the School-Based Medicaid program.

      The district’s participation in this program in no way impacts the services being provided to the student nor impacts the family’s Medicaid benefits. At any time, parents can notify the school district in the event they no longer want the district to access student information for the purposes of seeking reimbursements through this program.

      To print a brochure that further explains this program click here.

      By signing below, I acknowledge that I have been explained the Medicaid to Schools Program and that regardless of my student’s eligibility, this will in no way impact my student’s personal benefits or the delivery of services ordered in the IEP (§300.154(d)(2)(i)-(iii)). I understand that the school district may utilize the services ordered in the IEP and the Medicaid identification number, to seek reimbursement dollars available through this program should my student be eligible. At anytime, I may notify the district in the event I no longer want them to utilize my student’s information for the purposes of this program.
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    Statement of Residency

    • NOTICE TO THE PERSON ENROLLING THE STUDENT: A person who knowingly falsifies information on a form required for a student's enrollment in the District will be liable to the District for tuition or other costs, as provided in Education Code 25.001(h), if the student is not eligible for enrollment but is enrolled on the basis of false information. In addition, presenting false information or false records is a criminal offense under Penal Code 37.10. HISD will make every effort to recover costs regarding falsification of documentation.

      I understand that should we move from the address shown above I will be required to complete a new "Statement of Residency" and provide appropriate documentation to support the change.

      I hereby certify the information provided in this document is true and correct and we currently reside within the boundaries of the Huffman Independent School District.
    • Submitter Information:

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      ****YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE*****
      Under State Law, school districts are not liable for injuries that occur in school.  It is important to understand that the school/district "IS NOT" responsible for medical payments or bills for your child.  

      Supplemental student accident insurance is available for your purchase through Monarch Management Corporation.  

       This company provides coverage for “school time” protection or “24-hour” protection. For complete details and information: 
         *visit the website at where you will find the option to apply online 
         *pick up information/application at your student’s school 
         *or call Texas Monarch Management at 800-662-2778. 

      Additonally, you may download an application or claim form on the website.