July 29-30 will be the dates for new students to register at Iduma for the upcoming school year. We will be open from 9 am to 6 pm on those two days. After July 30, you may still register your children, but the hours will be much more limited. Please check our website for registration hours if you need to come in after July 30th.
Please bring these documents with you when you come in:
1. Current proof of residency within KISD (utility bill or lease contract)
2. Certified birth certificate
3. Student’s social security card
4. Immunization record
5. Report card from previous school
Prekindergarten parents -
Prekindergarten is NOT first come, first served. If your child qualifies, they will have a place in the program. Documentation requirements and information can be found at www.killeenisd.org or by calling our office at 336-2590.
NEW STUDENTS TO IDUMA ELEMENTARY
2015-2016 New Student Enrollment will be held at Iduma
July 29th - July 30th
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
STARTING JULY 31
opens at 8:30 AM and closes at 2:30 PM
Enrollment will NOT be available on selected days, to be announced soon.
Any questions? Please call 254.336.2590
Dear Iduma families,
Just a friendly reminder that when we ask you to show your ID or leave it in the office for safe keeping during a campus visit, it is to help ensure the safety of all the students on our campus. Every child's safety is our very first concern!
Please be sure that you bring a state or government issued ID with you any time you plan to visit our campus, attend a field trip, or sign your child in or out of school. If you are staying for a visit on campus, please be sure to wear your vistor's badge sticker in a visible spot near your face. This helps us to know you have signed in and are cleared to be in the building. The same will apply to other adults who are are on your child's approved emergency contact or pick-up lists.
We wanted to direct you to a resouce posted on the main KISD site to keep you informed of KISD emergency proceedures and to give you some tips on things you may wish to talk about with your children.
Click HERE to view a letter from our Superintendant, Dr. Robert Muller, to parents about emergency operations crisis plans.