Katy ISD pre-K registration for 2021-22 school year begins April 1

Katy ISD's pre-K program follows the state pre-K guidelines, which focus on oral language development, reading and math readiness, as well as science and social studies knowledge and skills. (Adobe Stock)
Katy ISD's pre-K program follows the state pre-K guidelines, which focus on oral language development, reading and math readiness, as well as science and social studies knowledge and skills. (Adobe Stock)

Katy ISD's pre-K program follows the state pre-K guidelines, which focus on oral language development, reading and math readiness, as well as science and social studies knowledge and skills. (Adobe Stock)

Online registration for the Katy ISD prekindergarten program for the 2021-22 school year will begin April 1, according to a press release from the district.

Parents must complete the online registration process through KISD’s PowerSchool Registration website in order for their child to be screened for program eligibility.

The KISD pre-K program follows the state pre-K guidelines, which focus on oral language development, reading and math readiness as well as science and social studies knowledge and skills, the release said.

Pre-K classes will be held at the following campuses, the release said:

English speaking classes: Alexander, Bear Creek, Bethke, Bryant, Campbell, Cimarron, Creech, Davidson, Exley, Franz, Golbow, Griffin, Hayes, Holland, Hutsell, Jenks, Katy, Kilpatrick, King, Leonard, Mayde Creek, McElwain, McRoberts, Morton Ranch, Nottingham, Pattison, Randolph, Rhoads, Rylander, Schmalz, Shafer, Stanley, Stephens, Sundown, West Memorial, Wilson, Winborn, Wolfe, Wolman and WoodCreek elementary schools.


Spanish speaking classes: Bear Creek, Campbell, Fielder, Franz, Hutsell, Jenks, King, McRoberts, Memorial Parkway, Morton Ranch, Rhoads, Schmalz, Stephens, Sundown and Williams elementary schools.

Parents with questions can email [email protected]
By Morgan Theophil
Morgan joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2021 as the reporter for the Katy edition. She graduated from the University of Oregon's School of Journalism in 2018.


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