Katy ISD Update: November 17, 2015
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2015 National Signing Day

Upcoming Events

Katy ISD Attendance Boundary Modification
As the District prepares to open two elementary schools and one junior high during the 2016-2017 school year, the Board of Trustees will begin considering attendance boundary modifications to help balance enrollment numbers and provide relief to landlocked campuses exceeding 125 percent capacity. 

At last night's Board Work Study Meeting, District administrators reviewed the Attendance Boundary Modification (ABM) process, presented preliminary ABM proposals for the 2016-2017 school year, and discussed ABM options for landlocked schools exceeding 125 percent capacity. Click here to view the presentation. 

Beginning November 18, parents and community members will have an opportunity to provide feedback on the proposed ABMs through a survey that will be emailed to them.
Hundreds Attend Katy ISD State of the District Address
Last week, Katy ISD Superintendent Alton Frailey spoke to hundreds of Katy community members, dignitaries and staff during his annual State of the District Address. Along with a snapshot of the District's accomplishments and current enrollment growth, Frailey shared with attendees an update on 2014 bond projects, as well as his vision for the future of the District. Read more...
Student Athletes Sign Letters of Intent to Play Collegiate Sports
Katy ISD student athletes signed letters of intent to participate in collegiate sports at colleges and universities across the U.S. last week during National Signing Day. To date, Katy ISD has 20 signees, and expects more commitments as the school year continues. Read more...
Katy ISD Behind the Scenes: District Operations
The Leadership Katy Class of 2016 met last week for an overview of District Operations, Support Services and Transportation departments. Attendees were also given a tour of the West Transportation Facilities. For more information on Leadership Katy, visit the Katy ISD website.
Katy ISD Parent and Patron Assistance Center

The Parent & Patron Assistance Center (PPAC) is a confidential resource that serves the Katy ISD community by helping to address concerns, complaints, conflicts and other school-related issues in an informal manner on behalf of the Superintendent. The Coordinator is available to listen to and analyze problems; identify and explain relevant District policies and procedures; and explore options for parents and patrons. Contact the PPAC at (281) 396-2441.