Katy ISD is responsible for identifying and evaluating students who within the intent of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 need special services or programs in order that such students may receive the required free appropriate education.
A student who may need specialized instruction or programs within the intent of Section 504 is one who:
Has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of life’s major activities; or
Has a record of such impairment; or
Is regarded as having such impairment.
Students may be eligible under the provisions of Section 504 even though they do not require services pursuant to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Parents who believe that they have a child who may qualify for special services or programs under Section 504 should
contact the Campus 504 Coordinator at the home campus. In addition, parents who believe that they have a child who may qualify for special education services or programs under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) should
contact the home campus office for more information.
After School Programs
Several elementary campuses have before and/or after school daycare available provided by the Katy YMCA. Contact the YMCA for information at (281) 392-5055.
Bilingual program in Katy ISD is designed to prepare students to become bilingual and bi-literate in order to maximize their potential in a multicultural, diverse global society.
Schedules are now available.
Home Access Center (HAC)
A newly upgraded HAC allows Katy ISD parents to access their student’s schedule, homeroom teacher, grades, assignments, test scores and absences. Parents can also update basic parent/guardian contact information. Visit the Home Access Center. The same username/password apply from year to year. If a username and/or password is needed, please contact your child’s campus.
Love and Logic
The Love and Logic program provides parents common sense answers and techniques for building responsible kids. Love & Logic takes much of the stress out of parenting through practical solutions that actually work.
Would you like to feel more confident as a parent?
Would you like to feel more relaxed at the end of the day?
Would you like to have more fun parenting?
Would you like help solving many other day to day frustrations?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then join us to learn practical skills that can be used immediately. For more information about a session near you, check visit our Professional Learning department.
Nutrition and Food Services
For information regarding menus, food nutrients, meal prices, paying for meals, free and reduced meal applications, diet modifications and other useful topics, visit the
Nutrition and Food Services website.
Parent & Patron Assistance Center
Katy ISD has established, by Board Policy FNG, a formal process for students and parents who feel their concerns or complaints are not resolved after they have been addressed at the campus level. For assistance with the process, questions, comments or concerns pertaining to Katy ISD, call the PPAC at (281) 396-2441 or visit the
Summer Academic Term
For details about programs offered during the summer and registration requirements, call (281) 396-2378 or visit the