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AISD stages Operation Reconnect to get students enrolled

Tuesday, June 15, 2021 by Elizabeth Pagano

Austin ISD will be holding more than 50 enrollment clinics throughout the city this month to get students registered for the upcoming school year. The clinics are part of Operation Reconnect, an initiative to get students and families back into schools after an unprecedented year. According to the district, existing students can enroll with a photo ID. New students are encouraged to bring:

  • child’s birth certificate
  • child’s social security card (optional)
  • child’s immunization records
  • child’s withdrawal form/last report card (if applicable)
  • parent/guardian photo ID
  • proof of guardianship (if applicable), and
  • proof of residency

Registration may still be initiated if families don’t have immediate access to all of those documents. A full list of the clinics can be found on the AISD website. The district is making an effort to hold clinics at a variety of times, and a press release notes that “families who need assistance during evening hours can come to the two extended hour clinics, which run until 8 p.m., on June 15 at Metz-Sanchez Elementary School and June 23 at Bedichek Middle School.” Additionally, a clinic focused on early childhood education will be hosted June 15 at Uphaus Early Childhood Center.

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