New to Amarillo ISD?
If you are new to AISD, this page will help you with the basics to get started in the right direction. If you have more questions, the best course of action is to first identify which AISD school is your student’s home campus...then, contact that school’s office to seek more assistance with your questions or needs. Not sure which school is your student’s home campus? We’ll help with that in Step 1 below.
You can come back here, and bounce between steps in no particular order, but please know that the most important step is to identify your student’s home campus before you access the new student registration form. From there, it’s as easy as 1-2-3: 1) Access the new student registration form, 2) Select the correct home campus from the dropdown list, and 3) Complete and submit the form. When in doubt, contact your student’s home campus for help! Now let’s get started.
Where You Live + AISD Attendance Zones = Your Student’s Home Campus
Before you head off to the New Student Registration Form, you need to know which campus is your student’s home campus. Your student’s home campus is determined by two things: 1) Where you reside with the student being registered, and 2) Which specific “AISD attendance area” surrounds your residence—The red-colored line is the boundary zone that determines which specific school is your student’s home campus. More on that in a bit!
Are You Registering a Pre-K Student?
Another consideration is if you are registering a student into one of AISD’s Pre-K programs. So before you even begin the new student registration form, it’s important to determine which school is your Pre-K student’s home campus and to also use our online clickthrough guide to see if your student qualifies for AISD Pre-K. First, let’s see which campus is your student’s home campus. Then, go to the section on this page titled “Are You Registering a Pre-K Student?”
New to AISD – All Grade Levels – Find Your Student’s Home Campus
Go to Step 1 to identify your student’s home campus.
Follow these instructions, or view the video example located below the instructions:
1.) Go to https://www.amaisd.org, and on main menu hover your mouse over “Schools” and then select “Locator Map”
2.) On the Locator Map page (Opens in new window), scroll down and select either the High School, Middle School, or Elementary School boundary link.
3.) Find a search function area on the map. Type in your residential address. This produces a location pin on the map. If you are experiencing difficulties with using the Locator Map, call one of the AISD schools that you know is near your address. Tell them you need help identifying your student’s home campus. For a list of schools and contact information, view our Profile of Each School page (Opens in new window).
4.) Zoom out enough to see your address’s “pin” plus the red boundary line that surrounds both your address and a school icon within that same boundary zone. The school icon can be clicked to reveal the school name, address, phone and campus website address. This school is your student’s “home campus.”
5.) When you access the new student registration form, the first question asks you to select your student’s campus. Select the correct home campus for your student on the new student registration form. Complete and submit the new student registration form: See the section on this page titled “New Student Registration Form.” A staff member with that school will call you and/or email you, using the phone number(s) email address you included in your registration form, if items are needed to complete registration or to confirm registration and inform you of the next steps in the process.
6.) If you live outside of our District’s boundary zones and wish to submit a new student registration form, please contact Tracey Morman at 806-326-1315
Video: Finding Your Student’s Amarillo ISD Home Campus:
If you are registering a Pre-K student, please follow these instructions:
1.) In Step 1 (above) you will have identified your Pre-K student’s home campus. It is important to know your student’s home campus before proceeding to the step of accessing the new student registration form.
2.) Visit AISD’s Early Childhood Education Department (Opens in new window) and then select “Pre-K Information” from the sidebar menu. Read the information on that page, and select the clickthrough guide link on that page.
3.) The clickthrough guide helps you understand your options for Pre-K enrollment.
4.) It is best for you to be certain of a) Your ability to qualify for AISD Pre-K and b) Your student’s Pre-K home campus BEFORE you submit a new student registration form.
5.) After a) Identifying your Pre-K student’s home campus, and after b) Confirming via the clickthrough guide that you meet AISD’s Pre-K qualification guidelines (remember to call your home campus if you have questions or need help), proceed to the section on this page titled “New Student Registration Form” to access the link to the new student registration form.
If you have reviewed Step 1 and also Step 2 if necessary (above) and are ready to access the New Student Registration Form, please read the information below before proceeding to the link.
What Is a “Control Number?”
When you submit the form, you will be emailed a “Control Number” which is a unique and specific registration form number for the student.
If you cannot locate the email that contains your Control Number, please contact the school campus you submitted your form to.
Access the New Student Registration Form (Opens in a new window). You can also enter https://nsr.amaisd.org into your browser’s URL window to access the form.
If you have questions, please contact your student’s home campus. The Step 1 section (above) will help you to identify which campus is your student’s home campus. Our Profile of Each School page (Opens in new window) lists each campus with contact information and attendance zone maps.
Meal Application – Parents may need to apply for free and/or reduced eligibility online at www.schoolcafe.com (Opens in new window). Completing this application may qualify your student for additional discounts other than meals.
You can also go to https://www.schoolcafe.com/AMARILLOISD (Opens in new window) for options to do the following:
Upon enrollment in AISD, a Skyward Family Access account is created.
You will need to obtain login credentials from your student’s campus office. Login credentials are managed ONLY by the campus office and not by any staff member at the District office.
You can keep up with grades, progress report information and discipline reports. You can see your student’s class schedule, contact your student’s school counselor and contact your student’s teachers. Make changes to your student’s information, such as making a change to emergency contact information.
Learn more about Skyward Family Access (Opens in new window). Be sure to contact your student’s campus office if you have questions or need help with access to Skyward Family Access for your student.
Each campus website has a Skyward link on the main navigation menu. Our District website has a Skyward Family Access icon link at the bottom of the home page. And, you can go straight to the web page by using the URL https://www.amaisd.org/Skyward
** SKYWARD ONLINE REGISTRATION OPENS JULY 18, 2022 **
Start and End times for each school.
And a whole lot more!
All of the remaining important information about getting back to school is on our Back to School Information page (Opens in new window).
This is called a “Short Form” for moving from one AISD home campus to another AISD home campus.
New students must be registered with a home campus.
Upon enrollment to the home campus, a parent can submit a transfer request form. We encourage parents to contact the school the student is interested in transferring to, and speak with campus personnel to ask about the process and learn more about the school.
Be advised that transfer requests are subject to a list of priorities in determining which requests are approved and which are declined. Many factors are involved in that determination. If your transfer request is approved, your student’s information will be sent to the school your student is transferring to. If your transfer request is denied, there is an appeals process.
For more information on transfer requests, please view our Transfer Information page (Opens in new window).
If you and your student live further than two (2) miles from your home school, your student qualifies for bus transportation to and from school.
For more information, see our School Transportation page (Opens in new window). If your child receives transportation as a related service through special education, you do not need to contact Apple Bus.