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10 Tips for Good Attendance

AISD Safety and Security - Information for Families

AISD Cyber Safety  As part of our Cybersafety Awareness initiative we have information and resources for students, staff and parents. Resources include information about internet safety, social networking hazards, sexting, cyberbullying, plagiarism, and computer password security/identity theft. 

It is the responsibility of everyone to educate, supervise, and monitor our students with respect to Cybersafety. Please take time to review the material and resources on this site.

A Parent Guide to the Student Success Initiative

Department of Social and Emotional Learning Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is the capacity to recognize and manage emotions, solve problems effectively and establish positive relationships with others. SEL provides direct instruction in skills that enable students to succeed in college, career and life by being responsible citizens and decision makers.

Instruction in SEL enables students to see themselves and others in a positive light, manage emotions, set and achieve goals and solve problems they encounter effectively. It supports school cultures and climates to allow students to practice life skills throughout their school experience.

AISD is part of the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), which works to create a district-wide model for SEL in an urban setting, based on the tenets of self awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making.

Family/Parent Engagement Policy

Healthy Food Access for Families during Thanksgiving Break:

Emergency Food Assistance Referral List

Emergency Food Assistance Referral List (Spanish)

Fresh Food for Families (Alimentos Frescos para Familias)

Mobile Food Pantry November 2018

Nature Rocks AUSTIN - Fun way to connect to Nature in Austin! The Children in Nature Collaborative of Austin has an ongoing calendar of nature based activities going on in Austin. In case you want to get out and about this summer or on the weekends with your friends and families. 

Parent Support Specialist Introduction Letter Find resources, learn new things, become leaders in our school. What kind of support do you need?

Project HELP (Hope & Empowerment ~ Leveraging Possibilities) Project HELP's mission is to ensure the educational rights and protections due under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act to all students experiencing homelessness. Click here for INFORMATION FOR SCHOOL-AGE YOUTH

  Services provided may include:

  - Transportation

  - Meals

  - School Supplies

 -  Resources for other living needs.

Texas Education Agency In accordance with the requirement in House Bill 3297 issued by the Texas Legislature, Austin ISD is providing the community on-line access to the most current “school report card” prepared by the Texas Education Agency. The "school report card" provides the most current school performance data available from the state and is routinely sent home every year. 

Start Here. Stay Here. Do you need to move?  Use to find apartments in your school zone! Find real-time information on available housing, including size, rent, amenities, and contact information. Information in English and Spanish.