Skyward Family Access
Family Access is the “Parent/Family” and “Student” portal for the Student Information System used at Manor ISD. This secure portal will provide real-time information such as your child’s student demographics, attendance, schedule, grades, discipline, health, or any other information that a parent or guardian may find helpful to monitor and participate in your child’s education.
We hold every child’s education in the highest regard and we believe that a parent’s right to know is just as critical. Access to the information is intended to be a tool which will enable you to keep informed of your child’s progress.
Please contact your campus office staff if you are interested in receiving access to the Family Access system. A valid photo ID must be presented when requesting access to the Family Access portal.
Family Access users can also contact the campus to receive assistance with account and login issues.
About Student Information Services
The mission of the Student Information Services department is to assist Manor ISD campuses and special programs, utilizing the Skyward Student Information System, with the entry, maintenance, and verification of PEIMS data for state and federal collections.
- Support district staff with the effective use of the Skyward Student Information System.
- Communicate and disseminate documentation, updates, and training opportunities.
- Design training and resources to promote PEIMS data integrity.
The Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) encompasses all data requested and received by Texas Education Agency (TEA) about public education, including student demographic and academic performance, personnel, financial, and organizational information.
To be enrolled in the Manor Independent School District a student must reside within the school district boundaries.
All students entering Manor Schools for the first time must have the following documents required by Texas law before registration will be completed:
- Student’s legal, certified birth certificate
- Student’s immunization record
- Student’s Social Security Card or State Alternative Number from the previous school
- Report Card, transcript, or withdrawal from the previous school
- Proof of address/utility bill (electric, water, gas bill)
- Parent/Guardian’s photo ID
- Income info (recent check stubs for everyone in the household) – For Pre-K registration only
- Other qualifying documents (military ID, military info if the parent is deceased or on active duty or Child Protective Services letter)
If you do not have a certified birth certificate, you can order one for $22, the same price as a walk-in or mail order. This online service, offered in English and Spanish, provides parents with a straightforward, secure option for ordering their child’s birth certificate. The orders are fulfilled by the Texas Department of State Health Services, not by Manor ISD.
Students moving into the district during the school year will need their former school’s health records when enrolling. For complete enrollment eligibility information, refer to Manor ISD’s District Policy or call (512) 278-4000.
Manor High School will accept new student registration from 8:30 am-12 pm Monday-Friday.
Enrollment Information for Homeless Students or Unaccompanied Youth:
When enrolling a student in a Manor ISD school, if you live in a shelter, in a motel or transitional housing, in an abandoned building, car, campground, on the street, or in a temporary foster with an adult who is not your parent or legal guardian, please contact our Student & Family Support Services at (512) 278-4099.
House Independent School District was initially worked in the late 1880’s. Around then, the Manor people group was a center point for the Central Texas cotton industry. Quick forward to the twenty first century and Manor is then to be a center point for the cutting edge industry with Samsung and Applied Materials in its limits and Dell and Freescale Semiconductors in closeness. At that point, Manor Independent School District is emerging quickly. There are diverse area which includes right around 100 square miles and it remembers addresses for Manor, Austin and Elgin, Texas. It serves in excess of 8,700 understudies at two secondary schools, three center schools, nine grade schools and one elective institute. This District is comprised of an exceptional mix of rustic and urban highlights with its assorted populace. The primary center offers energizing possibility and shows what is conceivable when teaching 21st century understudies.
There are 3 objectives of Manor Independent School District. Initially, they make instructional improvement frameworks for the region in all regions to help scholastic accomplishment for all understudies. Second, they improve the Culture of Manor ISD to advance showing a learning for all understudies and teachers in a powerful learning condition. Third, execute viable correspondence procedures all through the District.
Presently, how about we proceed onward to Skyward Klein ISD. Klein Independent School District, including practically 87.5 square miles, is situated in northwestern Harris County, Texas. The southern segment is contiguous the corporate furthest reaches of the City of Houston. The a large portion of the District is situated between Interstate Highway 45 on the east a State Highway 249 on the west. Presently, the District is included 4 secondary schools, 9 moderate schools, 31 primary schools, 1 early adolescence and pre-kindergarten focus, 1 secondary school program, and 1 elective school program for a sum of 47 schools with in excess of 51,000 understudies. The District gives a full scope of instructive administrations which are reasonable to review levels Pre-Kindergarten through 12. Those incorporate ordinary and advanced scholastic instruction, specialized curriculum, word related training and language preparing for those with constrained English capability. The area offers a Spanish Bilingual program all things considered of the grade schools. Those fundamental projects are enhanced by a wide assortment of contributions in the expressive arts and sports.
The presence of Klein ISD Skyward was begun with German workers, drove by Adam Klein who settled the region in 1849. At that point, the present limit lines of the school locale were worked with the combination of five basic school areas in July 1928 and the official name became Rural High School District Number One. There was 582 of complete enlistment. At that point, the school area was joined and changed its name to be the Klein Independent School District in March 1938. The District is represented by seven-part Board of Trustees. Every part is chosen to an everywhere position for a long time in a non-divided political race. Klein Independent School District is authorize by the Texas Education Agency and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The Texas Education gives a school and locale report card which is known as the AEIS report.