Superintendent's Message

  • Dr. Rodney E. Watson, Superintendent of Schools

    Welcome to the 2019-20 school year in Spring ISD. We are very excited about everything that’s on the horizon this year.

    First and foremost, we’re launching new tools to help us better serve our families. These improvements include an online registration process for both new and returning students. That means no more mountains of paperwork to fill out and return. Instead, families can take care of this process at their convenience, using a smartphone or computer to get it done. We’ve included more information about the change in this booklet and on our website at

    Also this school year, we’re relaunching our mobile app with updates that will create a more personalized and streamlined experience for our families. Learn more...

  • 2019-2020 School Hours

    The Spring ISD announced school hours for the 2019-20 school year, including slight changes to the current schedule for 12 elementary schools. The schedules for the other 14 elementary schools, high schools and middle schools will remain the same, with a few exceptions.

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  • 2019-2020 School Supplies

    The school supplies your child needs are listed here. Lists are also available at area retailers that sell school supplies.

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  • Empower parents and students

    Our new and improved mobile app features a personalized experience so parents and guardians can easily use their smartphone to access important student information, including: assignments, classes, grades, cafeteria balance, attendance, library fines and more!

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  • Keeping students and staff safe

    Safety is Spring ISD’s top priority and that’s why this year we are refining how we communicate in times of crisis or emergency by moving to the Standard Response Protocol. The goal is to use a standard language that everyone understands and follows.

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  • We are moving to an online registration

    Spring ISD is moving to an online registration platform for both new and returning students. The goal is to minimize paperwork errors and make it more convenient for parents to submit their student’s information.

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  • Caring for your child at school

    Texas law requires students to be immunized against certain vaccine-preventable diseases. Click here to see a list of required vaccines that must be up-to-date before your child can start school.

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  • Getting to school and back safely

    We’re committed to providing safe bus transportation to all students who live one mile or more from their zoned campus of attendance, as measured by the nearest commonly traveled public roadway. Because safety is so important, we’ve also upgraded our bus fleet and added three-point seat belts.

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  • Good nutrition fuels learning

    This year, we’re also taking additional steps to ensure our students don’t go hungry. Spring ISD already offers free breakfast to all students in every school. In addition, through a special federal program, students who attend many of our schools are able to eat free lunch.

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  • Spring ISD
    281-891-6000 Switchboard
    281-891-6002 Newsline


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