PreK and Kindergarten Roundup May 4 & 5

Magnolia ISD has scheduled registration dates for children who will begin kindergarten in the 2021-2022 school year. Kindergarten Roundup will take place online on Tuesday, May 4, and Wednesday, May 5. Parents who need assistance with registration will need to contact their campus and schedule an appointment. 
 
Eligibility for kindergarten is for students who turn 5 years old on or before September 1, 2021, and reside in the Magnolia ISD boundaries. To find out what school your child will attend, click here.

You must bring ALL of the following documents to Kindergarten Round-Up in order to complete the registration process:
  • child's birth certificate
  • child's social security card
  • child's current immunization records
  • parent or guardian’s driver’s license
  • and proof of residency in Magnolia ISD boundaries (current electric, gas or water bill or lease agreement with parent/guardian's name and address.)
Registration will not be accepted without  ALL the required documents.
 
Proof of immunization with Doctor's signature or clinic stamp is required to enroll. Immunization Record Requirements:
  • Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis - A minimum of four doses with the fourth dose given on or after the fourth birthday

  • Polio/Poliomyelitis - A minimum of three doses with the third dose given on or after the fourth birthday

  • Hepatitis A - a series of two doses with the first dose given on or after the first birthday

  • Hepatitis B - a series of three doses

  • MMR (Measles, Mumps & Rubella) - two doses with the first dose given on or after the first birthday

  • Varicella (Chickenpox) - two doses with the first dose given on or after the first birthday OR validation that the student has had the disease

Click here to read more about registration requirements.
 
Click here to register for kindergarten.
 
Pre-Kindergarten
Magnolia ISD offers full-day pre-kindergarten programs at all of our elementary campuses. Pre-k is an intervention program for four-year-olds who have specific needs for schooling before the age of five when schooling begins for all students. Pre-K education in Texas is state-mandated and funded for students meeting the eligibility criteria. The program will focus on communication, pre-readiness concepts, and social/emotional development.

Click here to read more about the qualifications and registration requirements for pre-k students.