Parents and guardians can access their children’s information online. Simply login into your “mySpringISD” account and go to the Home Access Center (HAC). There you’ll find:
- Period and Daily Attendance
- Class Schedules and Assignments
- Progress Reports
- Report Cards
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Parent Tips & Advice
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Many families thrive on a busy schedule, but sometimes “busy” turns into “overloaded.”
Welcome to Parent Central, your one-stop resource for information, tips and strategies to help guide your child’s educational journey. You’ll find everything from the latest news on family-friendly events in Spring ISD to articles on parenting and education issues. We know parents have a lot on their plates, and Spring ISD wants to partner with you so that all children have the support and guidance they need to be successful in school and beyond.
Have a question or topic you want addressed? Let us know here.
- Health & Wellness
Thank you for choosing Spring ISD. We look forward to working with you and your student to create an educational experience that is engaging and enriching.
Enrolling your child in Spring ISD
Enrolling is easy, but does require some paperwork. Don't worry! We're ready to help you complete all the steps necessary so your student can join their fellow classmates at school.
Here in Spring ISD, we provide strong academic options for all students as well as career pathways that can lead to industry certifications. Our goal is to make sure every child graduates ready for college and careers.
Health & Wellness
The health and wellness of the whole child is important for success in school and life. We have nurses and counselors in our schools to address physical and emotional needs.
Volunteers in Public Schools
The Volunteers in Public Schools program provides opportunities for parents to serve. A wide variety of needs that could be met by volunteers includes:
- Classroom reading
- Career presentations
- Copying and filing