Transfer Students

 Dear Parents:

Thank you for your interest in Whiteface CISD and our small town #WCISDFAMILY atmosphere! WCISD focuses on the INDIVIDUAL support each student needs, where you are more than just a number, you are FAMILY!

Believe it or not, we do currently have a few spots for your children currently open. However, you better hurry because they are filling up FAST, as parents in our area also want; small classes, individualized instruction, family atmosphere, and hands on engaging curriculum that WCISD provides.   

Click HERE for the transfer application, as well as the transfer guidelines. 

Please Return the completed application to the main office of your child’s campus. Please familiarize yourself with these guidelines. All applications are reviewed annually. Every student who does not live within district boundaries must reapply each year.  Students who are already attending WCISD are given priority for attendance.  Not all grade levels have space for new students. When space is available, new applicants are evaluated against the guidelines enclosed. There IS a waiting list.  Applicants are not guaranteed admission on a first-come, first admitted basis. In accordance with FDA(LOCAL): Applicants are reviewed based on attendance, discipline record and academic performance. Admission is not guaranteed. Once admitted, readmission is not guaranteed for the following year. Students are expected to maintain acceptable attendance, discipline and academic performance. All applicants MUST re-apply every year. Once admitted, applications will be mailed to returning students. New applicants must pick applications up at the main office during business hours. The priority deadline for new applicants is July 1st.

 
Thank you,

WCISD FAMILY

Nate Wheeler, M. Ed.
Superintendent, WCISD
(806) 287-1154



Factors Considered in the Approval Process
Factors considered in approving Out of District Transfer applications include, but are not limited to: building capacity, current program or campus enrollment, growth projections, grade level enrollment, teacher allocation, professional staff allocations, and the student’s behavior and attendance history.

Continuing Transfers
Transfers are approved for one school year only. All students must re-apply each year. The approval of a transfer does not guarantee future transfer approval for the next school year. The student’s attendance and discipline during the current year will be evaluated prior to approval for the coming school year. In an effort to meet the needs of our current Out of District Transfer students WCISD will offer early enrollment and approval for these students. Transfer parents will receive a letter with a renewal application form in the mail. If the parent wants to continue the student’s transfer, the following process will be followed:

  1. Communication to the parents of all current transfer students.

  2. Parents should complete and return the application form as soon as possible in order to assure a spot for their student(s).

  3. These applications will be processed and parents will be notified of approval prior to the end of the school year.

UIL
All UIL rules regarding student eligibility for competition will be followed. Approval of an Out of District Transfer application does not verify the student’s eligibility for competition under UIL rules. Students in athletics who move from one high school to another are ineligible for varsity competition for one year by UIL rules. Students may not transfer for athletic purposes. Students who participate in UIL athletics must verify eligibility through the District Athletic Director. All required paperwork and documentation must be provided in order for the student to be considered for participation in athletics in Whiteface CISD.

Revoking Transfer
Transfer students must follow all Whiteface CISD rules and regulations and the HIGH standards/expectations that we are known for. These include but are not limited to: District Policies and Regulations; the Student Code of Conduct, and Attendance Requirements. Students who transfer into the District may have their enrollment revoked if the student does not adhere to all policies and regulations or based upon poor attendance, excessive tardiness, or inappropriate student behavior.

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