Austin ISD Announces Schools Frozen to Transfers in 2020–21

Each year, Austin ISD determines which schools (K–12) should be frozen to transfers because they have, or are expected to have, enrollments that exceed their capacities. Also, some schools are frozen to maintain stability in tracking patterns. 

Austin ISD Seeks Feedback on TEA Special Education Survey / El Austin ISD solicita comentarios en una encuesta de la TEA sobre servicios de educación especial

The Texas Education Agency is doing a routine review of special education services Austin ISD provides to our students.  As part of this review of services, the district is seeking feedback from families, teachers, administrators and staff on a TEA survey…

Revised Human Sexuality & Responsibility Lessons, Resources Available Online, on Campuses

Austin ISD trustees Oct. 28 unanimously approved new Human Sexuality and Responsibility curriculum and teacher resources.

Reimagine, Reinvest, Reinvent: AISD Board Approves School Changes Proposals

The Austin ISD Board of Trustees has approved the first phase of the School Changes proposals, which will bring better learning environments and academic opportunities to students, staff and community.  The approved plan includes seven academic supports or…

Vote on Options for the 2020–21 School Calendar / Votar en opciones para el calendario 2020–21

Austin ISD is currently working on the calendar for the 2020–21 school year. The Calendar Task Force has worked very hard to prepare three calendar options.  Please take a moment to review the summary of each calendar option below and cast your vote online…

Austin ISD School Changes Recommendations / Recomendaciones de los Cambios Escolares del Austin ISD

Austin ISD has released the School Changes recommendations that will be discussed with possible action at the Nov. 18 Board of Trustees Regular Voting Meeting. 

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AISD invests in unique learning environments

The Austin Independent School District classrooms are getting redesigned furniture—including improved desks and tables—that will create a better learning environment for students and teachers.


2017 Bond Program — Austin ISD State of the Bond Report

As part of Austin ISD's continued commitment to communicate the progress of the 2017 Bond to the community, we are sharing our State of the Bond Report for 2019, which highlights work completed in our second year of implementation for the bond program. 

All Austin ISD classes delayed two hours Tuesday, Nov. 12 / Todas las clases del Austin ISD tendrán un retraso de dos hora el martes 12 de nov.

To ensure the safety of all our students and staff, all Austin ISD classes will be on a two-hour delay, Tuesday, Nov. 12. All district offices will also be on a two-hour delay. The decision was made in collaboration with the National Weather Service and…

Austin ISD SAT and ACT Scores Exceed State, National Averages

Over the past three years, Austin ISD outperformed their counterparts across the state on the SAT and ACT exams, according to the College Board and ACT. "I'm proud of our students and staff for all the hard work that goes into an accomplishment such as this…

Austin ISD Hosts Dia De Los Muertos Community Event

Children’s faces disguised as skeletons played happily on the lawn at the Pan American Neighborhood park adjacent to Zavala elementary school for a recent Dia De Los Muertos Community event. The event was put on by Austin ISD's 2017 Bond Program team in…


Families Enjoy Curbside Coffee at Linder Elementary

On a recent morning at Linder Elementary, the kids smiled as they pulled up in the carpool line. The pleasant surprise was because they saw faculty and staff dressed in their Halloween costumes handing out donuts and coffee.  The goal of the tasty treats and…