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Student Registration 2021-2022

2021-2022 Premont ISD Registration (Online for all students Grades PK3-12)

Returning Students – Registration Opens online June 25, 2021. 

  1. Click here to login to the Ascender Parent Portal (if you had an account from last year, use that same information). Login and you will see the registration button under each students name. 
  2.  If you do not have a parent portal account click new user and create an account. 
  3. If you need your students portal id or need assistance with registration please email or call your students’s campus. 

New Students to the District – Registration Opens online June 25, 2021. 

1. Click here to login to the Ascender Parent Portal (create a new account) 

If you need assistance with registration please call your student’s campus.

If you need student transportation please click here and fill out a transportation request. 

2021-2022 Student Handbook

2021-2022 Student Code of Conduct

2021-2022 District Dress Code

Out of District Transfer Application

MEDICAL FORMS and INFORMATION can be found in the Parent Portal 

If  you have any questions about these forms please email the District Nurse-Michelle V. Cantu at mvcantu@premontisd.net_

Immunization Requirements – Texas 
Provisional Enrollment for Students Immunization Flowchart 

Premont Collegiate UIL Forms can be found in the Parent Portal


Premont ISD Virtual Academy Application – application closes Friday, August 13th at 11:59pm

Premont ISD Virtual Academy Q & A


Premont ISD is excited to welcome your child back to school this fall. We know that the best place for children to learn and to thrive is in the school attending face to face, and we are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment so that we can welcome each student back to our classrooms.

Premont ISD will be providing an opportunity for a select number of students to participate in a virtual learning option due to the lack of a vaccine for our students under 12 years of age. A remote-virtual learning committee has been developed at Premont ISD. This committee will review the submitted applications, make appropriate selections, and notify those that will qualify. All decision of the committee will be final. As always parents do have a grievance procedure per Premont ISD Policy FNG LOCAL.

Premont ISD’s Virtual Academy Questions & Answers

Who is eligible for virtual learning?

The virtual learning program will serve students who are not yet vaccine eligible in 1st through 6th grade. The program is planned for the first semester of the 2021-2022 school year and will end shortly after vaccines are readily available to children under the age of 12.


Will I be required to submit any supporting documentation?

There will be a form available online or at the front office of your child’s campus that will need to be completed by your child’s Dr. Upon student approval, this form will need to be turned in prior to the start of the school year.


Will virtual students remain enrolled in their home campus while virtual?

Yes. Students will remain enrolled in Premont ISD and in their home campus while they participate in the virtual program.


Will virtual students be able to participate in or be a spectator of on-campus and off campus extracurricular activities?

No. Students will not be able to participate in or be a spectator of Premont ISD school events whether on campus or off campus.

Student participation in outside leagues, programs, or activities will be grounds for the student’s opportunity to participate in the virtual learning option to be revoked.


When can I enroll my in virtual learning?

Parents and guardians who wish to enroll their student(s) in virtual learning must complete the online application. The application form will open on August 6, 2021 and will close on August 13, 2021 at 11:59 pm.


When will I be notified if my student qualified for the remote virtual learning option at Premont ISD?

Parents and guardians will be notified by Wednesday August 18, 2021, if their children met the eligibility criteria for the remote virtual learning option.


Will teachers be instructing in-person and virtual classes simultaneously?

No. Premont ISD teachers will not be instructing in-person and virtual classes simultaneously throughout the instructional day.


Will virtual courses and/or services be limited?

Premont ISD will provide Core student services through both live interaction and independent work. Example of core student services: Academic instruction in math, reading/language arts, science, and social studies, and necessary intervention services.


Will meals be provided to virtual students?

No. The district will not be able to provide curbside meals to students that are participating in the Virtual Academy.


Will students be taught live or will lessons be recorded?

Instruction will be synchronous and include asynchronous activities. Students will have online assignments throughout the instructional day to complete. The students will be instructed synchronously (virtual instruction) during the hours of 4 – 6 pm Monday – Thursday.


Will attendance be taken and will traditional grades be assigned?

Yes. Attendance will be taken daily, and grades will be assigned.


Will students receive technical support?

Yes. Students will be issued a district device and access to the internet, if needed. Students will have full access to the instructional resources and software provided to all Premont ISD students.


Can a student move from virtual learning back to on-campus before the end of the semester?

Yes. Students can return to on campus (face to face) instruction at any time. The student will not be allowed to return to virtual learning once they return to on-campus learning.


What are the expectations of my child if participating in the Virtual Academy?

  • Students are expected to complete all assigned assignments.
  • Students are expected to turn on their camera during synchronous instruction.
  • Students are expected to participate during the synchronous instruction.
    • Ex. Answer questions, ask questions, and participate in discussions.
  • Students are expected to behave appropriately during synchronous instruction.
    • Ex. Avoid being disruptive, disrespectful, and noncompliant.