FWISD says students should enroll now for the 2020-21 school year
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All Fort Worth ISD returning students must be enrolled online before the school year begins Sept. 8.
When parents enroll online, they will be able to tell the district if they need assistance with online connectivity and a device for their child.
That enrollment process begins with a Snapcode – a distinct identification unique to each child. Parents can now find their child’s Snapcode online. In using the Snapcode lookup tool, parents will need to share:
- Their own first and last name.
- Their student’s ID number or their student’s first and last name.
- Their student’s date of birth. The spelling of all names must match what is in the district’s student information system.
Once a parent has the Snapcode for their returning student, they may visit the Fort Worth ISD website and enter that identification, plus the email and password they used from last year’s registration. If a parent has forgotten the password they used last year, there is a password reset button.
The registration form will guide the rest of the process, including letting the district know about technology needs, whether it is a device or connectivity or both.
Many Fort Worth ISD schools are offering assistance with online registration; call your campus for information. Or use Let’s Talk, the district’s online customer service tool.