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Enrollment Procedure

Enrollment for the 2023-2024 School Year is based on the completion of the Residency and Registration requirements set forth by the district. All students seeking enrollment (new to the district or returning students) must complete the Residency and Registration process prior to being enrolled in any courses, classes or campuses.  Designated staff will be available to receive Residency documents from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. or 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. each day.

Processes for New Students to Navarro ISD and Returning Students differ, so please review the instructions to ensure your student is properly enrolled in a Navarro ISD School. 

Student registration is completed online.  Online registration for all students is available online through the Ascender Parent Portal.   Please choose the appropriate link below for instructions to complete online registration.

Returning Students Banner

  • A returning Navarro ISD student is defined as a student who was enrolled at the end of the 2021-2022 school year in a Navarro ISD School.  Returning Student Registration will be open from Monday, July 17 - Friday, August 4, 2023.

    Students that will be new to the district in the 2023-2024 school year please refer to the New Student Registration section below enrollment information.

  • Returning students MUST complete the following steps in order to be enrolled in courses, classes, or campuses

    Step 1 (Required step): Online Registration through Ascender Parent Portal (opens online July 17, 2023 for Returning Students)

    Returning students may register online using the Ascender Parent Portal.  The Ascender Parent Portal uses the same Username and Password that parents/guardians used for registration in the 2022-2023 School year or throughout the year to check on their student's grades and attendance. 

    • If you do not have access to complete online registration at home, you may contact your child's campus Registrar to set up a time to complete at the campus.

      • Elementary (830) 372-1933

      • Intermediate (830) 372-1943

      • Junior High (830) 401-5550

      • High School (830)372-1931

    • Please see the instructions below if you need assistance to retrieve the username and/or password to complete registration. Parent Portal Login Help/Account Creation

    • Once logged into the Parent Portal, click the Registration button located on the Student Summary Card for your student on the main screen.

    Parent Portal Example

     Step 2 (Required step): Residency Verification

    • Returning Students is July 24-26 at Navarro High School and July 27 and July 31 -August 3 at the Junior High Main Office. Hours to receive documents are 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. or 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. The office is closed for lunch from 12:00 p.m. -1:00 p.m.

      • Please bring all documents in person. We will not be able to print emailed documents. A list of the correct documents and more information can be found by clicking the button below.

      • Residency means that the family lives in the district; the fact that a parent may own property in the district does not constitute residency.

    • Click for Residency Requirements Info

    Step 3 (Required step): All students MUST have an updated immunization record on file. Please bring an updated copy to the appropriate school nurse if they have been updated this summer.

    • Immunizations (required)

      • Parents will need to bring a printed copy of the students Immunizations to the appropriate school nurse if they have been updated this summer. You may obtain a copy of your child's immunization record from your health care provider.

    • Immunization for School Enrollment Info

    Step 4 (Optional step): Sign up for transportation by visiting the "Transportation Services" section further down this page.

    Step 5 (Optional step): Sign up for Free and Reduced Lunch or set up lunch accounts online in the "Child Nutrition Services" section further down this page.

New Student Banner

  • In fairness to our taxpayers and students, Navarro ISD has a strict residency policy. All students will be asked for proof of residency. Residency Verification for new students is July 24-26, 2023. Residency means that the family lives in the district; the fact that a parent may own property in the district does not constitute residency.

    Please look at the "Steps to Register New Students" section below for information on the steps you need to take to enroll your child. We look forward to meeting our new Panthers soon!

    New Student On-site Registration will be at the High School Library

  • To fully process students for enrollment in a Navarro ISD, various legal documents must be presented by the parent or legal guardian in order to complete the process.  The following processes must be completed in order to be enrolled into courses, classes, or campuses for the 2023-2024 school year. 

    Step 1 (Required step): Online Registration through Ascender Parent Portal (opens online July 24, 2023 for New Students)

    • New students may register online using the Ascender Parent Portal.  

      • If you do not have access to complete online registration at home, you may contact your child's campus Registrar to set up a time to complete at the campus.

        • Elementary (830) 372-1933

        • Intermediate (830) 372-1943

        • Junior High (830) 401-5550

        • High School (830) 372-1931

    • Please bring a screenshot or printout of completed online registration to the in person New Student Enrollment listed below in Step 2.

    Step 2 (Required step): New Student On-site Registration

    • New Student On-site Registration will be at the High School Library

      • July 24, 2023  8:00 am-12:00 pm & 1-4 pm

      • July 25, 2023  8:00 am-12:00 pm & 1-4 pm

      • July 26, 2023  8:00 am-12:00 pm & 1-4 pm

    • Students enrolling in a Navarro ISD School will need to provide the following documents at On-Site Registration:

      • Parent Driver's license or ID

      • Birth Certificate

      • Student Social Security Card

      • Shot Records

      • Printed or photographic copy of completed Online Registration through Ascender Parent Portal

    During New Student On-site Registration you will complete the following steps:

    • Residency Verification (required)

      • Please bring all documents in person. We will not be able to print emailed documents.

      • A list of the correct documents and more information can be found by clicking the button below.

      • Residency means that the family lives in the district; the fact that a parent may own property in the district does not constitute residency.

    • Click for Residency Requirments Info
    • Immunizations (required)

      • Parents will need to bring a printed copy of the student's Immunizations

    • Immunization for School Enrollment Info​​​
    • Students in Grades 6-12 will meet with counselors for Course Selections

    • You will also have an opportunity to speak with Transportation and Child Nutrition Services in person if you have questions.

    Step 3 (Optional step): Sign up for transportation by visiting the "Transportation Services" section further down this page.

    Step 4 (Optional step): Sign up for Free and Reduced Lunch or set up lunch accounts online in the "Child Nutrition Services" section further down this page.

  • Online registration is available using the Online Ascender Parent Portal.  However, in order to complete the enrollment process, parents/guardians will need to come to New Student Enrollment to complete Residency Verification and Records Verification.  

    New Student Enrollment is open Monday - Friday during regular operating hours at the grade level appropriate campus site.  Parents/Guardians are encouraged to complete the online registration process through the Online Ascender Parent Portal prior to going onsite to present the required documentation.  

    For families who are unable to complete Online Registration through the Ascender Parent Portal, computers will be made available at the campus sites to assist families in completing the process.

    • If you do not have access to complete online registration at home or if you have questions, you may contact your child's campus Registrar to set up a time to complete at the campus.

      • Elementary (830) 372-1933

      • Intermediate (830) 372-1943

      • Junior High (830) 401-5550

      • High School (830) 372-1931

Transportation Banner

  • Safety

    The safety record of buses and drivers is outstanding in the Navarro School District. The school bus drivers undergo an extensive training program prior to getting behind the wheel of a school bus and refresher training every year. This training helps to ensure that riding a school bus is the safest way to get to school.

    How to Register For Transportation Services

    Navarro ISD uses the Travel Tracker Routing Parent Portal and the BusQuest App for student transportation information. You must register your child for transportation services directly through the Travel Tracker Routing Parent Portal. If you do not have a Travel Tracker Routing Parent Portal account, you will have the option to create one on the login page. Once you have completed setting up your Travel Tracker Routing Parent Portal account, you will be able to register your child(ren) for transportation services.

    Please click the button below to register your child for transportation services.

    Parent User Guide

    About BusQuest

    BusQuest is a transportation App that allows you to have access to information about your child's transportation. You will be able to see your child's bus location once it enters the designated drop-off area range.

    Routes will be available Aug 10, 2023, in the Transact Parent Portal.
  • The district makes school bus transportation available to all students living two or more miles from school. This service is provided at no cost to students. Bus routes and stops will be designated annually, and any subsequent changes will be posted at the school and on the district’s website.

    For the safety of the operator of the vehicle and all passengers, students must board buses or other vehicles only at authorized stops, and drivers must unload passengers only at authorized stops.

    The district has identified the following areas where hazardous conditions exist for students who live within two miles of the campus: State Hwy. 123. Students in these areas might encounter hazardous conditions when traveling to and from school independently, the district will provide transportation to these students. Please contact The Transportation Director for additional information.

    For information on bus routes and stops or to designate an alternate pickup or drop-off location, you may contact The Transportation Director. [See the Student Code of Conduct for provisions regarding transportation to the DAEP.]

    Students are expected to assist district staff in ensuring that buses and other district vehicles remain in good condition and that transportation is provided safely. When riding in district vehicles, including buses, students are held to behavioral standards established in this handbook and the Student Code of Conduct.

    • Follow directions given by the driver.

    • Be at your assigned stop 5 minutes before your scheduled pick-up time.

    • Remain seated, facing front and feet on the floor.

    • No yelling or screaming.

    • No eating or chewing gum. Water only is permitted.

    • Do not damage or mark on any portion of the bus for any reason. Financial responsibility for any intentional damage to a school bus caused by a student, will be assumed by the student.

    • Do not tamper with the bus equipment.

    • No fighting, pushing or bullying of any kind will be tolerated.

    • Keep head, hands, arms and feet inside the bus at all times.

    • NO obscene language or gestures. NO gang signs.

    • Do not throw items inside the bus or out the windows.

    • Do not bring animals onto the bus.

    • Do NOT bring flammable materials onto the bus.

    • Do NOT spray perfume or cologne of ANY kind while you are on the bus.

    • Do not smoke on the bus.

    • Keep your hands to yourself at all times.

    • The driver is responsible for assigning

    • Appropriate use of electronics such as cell phones or hand held games is permitted with the understanding that they will not be used to create a disturbance or distract the bus driver in any way.

    • Navarro takes a very serious stance on NO weapons at school. Bringing anything that IS or LOOKS LIKE a weapon onto the school bus can result in a suspension from Transportation services.

    • No sports equipment or large band instruments

  • Questions or concerns, please contact:
    Transportation Manager - Brittany Johnson

Child Nutrition Services

  • All Income Eligible Families Should Complete These Steps:

    • As soon as possible, complete the NSLP Application for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals

    • Contact your district for where to access an application

    • Return the form to the school office or submit online if available electronically

    • Watch for notification of eligibility in the mail or in an email

    • Familiarize yourself with how your school accepts payment in the cafeteria for meals and a la carte items

    • Ask questions! Contact your district with any questions, your school nutrition department is excited to serve you and your student(s).  

    Please note: all users will need to create a new log in.

    Texas Department of Agriculture announced that reduced breakfast price will be $0.00 for the 2023-2024 school year. 

  • 2023-2024 Breakfast Prices:

    • All Grade Levels $1.25
    • Reduced and Free Students $0.00

    Due to the increased food costs, produce costs, fuel prices, etc and the ongoing meal requirements imposed by USDA, the Board has approved a meal price increase of 15 cents for school lunches for the 2023-2024 school year.

    2023-2024 Lunch Prices:

    • Elementary $3.10
    • Intermediate $3.10
    • Junior High $3.25
    • High School $3.50

If you have questions or concerns with enrollment or registration, please contact the campus Registrar at:

  • Elementary (830) 372-1933
  • Intermediate (830) 372-1943
  • Junior High (830) 401-5550
  • High School (830)372-1931