Online registration will be completed for new students including pre-k and kindergarten. Registration requirements and needed documents can be found here.
Step-by-step instructions can be found here. New families needing assistance with registration can contact their campus to schedule an appointment. Elementary campuses will host an evening for families to receive help with registration on Thursday, July 28 from 4 - 7 p.m.
Parents/Guardians of returning students will need to verify student enrollment through the Frontline Parent Portal beginning July 11 - 31. This process is to make sure the district has updated information for your student prior to the start of the school year. Student schedules and homeroom teacher names will not be released until verification forms are completed.
If you are a new student at Magnolia ISD and you already completed the registration process, you do not need to complete this verification.
For students returning to MISD for the 2022-2023 school year, please log in to the Frontline Parent Portal and complete the process. Visit our website for more information and instructions.
Additionally, you can download the MyStop mobile app which will allow parents to track their student's bus locations and arrival times, as well as receive notifications on delays. Parents can use a mobile device, tablet, or desktop to view this information. You can find the app in the Apple App Store and in the Google Play Store.
Once you download the app, parents will need to select Magnolia ISD. Username is the student ID and the password is the student's birthday with the four-digit year (ex: October 1, 2005 - 10012005). The app will group all of the parent's children together. At the top of the screen next to the student's name is a drop-down arrow that will give a list of all children in that family.
You can find more information including how to find your bus route, request bus changes, and more by clicking here.
Magnolia ISD is committed to the safety and security of all students, staff, and visitors and to promoting a safe and healthy environment for learning and participating in activities.
We are honored to continue our partnership with the Precinct 5 Constable's Office to provide a total of 18 officers to campuses around this district. This includes one officer at each campus, full-time. The Constables and MISD administration work in cooperation in the responsibility of the following areas:
Campus safety audits
Liaison and coordination with other emergency response agencies
We consider bullying a serious matter and diligently investigate each allegation and respond with appropriate interventions and/or consequences. You can report bullying through Anonymous Alerts which allows our students and parents to quickly, and easily report urgent information to school officials, anonymously.
Drug & Health Information
Additionally, we are committed to equipping our parents and community with the resources to help promote healthy lifestyles among students and to help them remain drug-free during crucial years of learning and social development. Click here to learn more about drug and health resources available including our random drug testing program.
In order to ensure message and phone calls are delivered, please make sure to keep your information up to date in your Parent Portal. You can opt-in to our text message notification system by sending "Y" or "Yes" to 67587. Click here for more information.