By Brian Besch
All Livingston ISD students, both new and returning, need to register for the 2022-23 school year before attending classes.
Registration opened in May for returning Livingston ISD students and takes about 15 minutes to complete the process. Required are uploading a current driver’s license, current electric bill to verify residency, and completing the required online forms.
LISD staff worked through the summer with three employees dedicated to supporting parents in this process. A minimum of 10 registration notifications have been sent to ease the process on the first day of school.
As of Monday evening, there were 2,485 students enrolled out of an expected 4,086 for the 2022-23 school year. The first day of school for Livingston ISD is Monday and students not registered by that time will likely be delayed in receiving a class schedule.
“As in the past, the district requires student registration prior to the release of a class schedule for secondary students or a teacher assignment for students attending the primary or elementary campuses,” LISD Superintendent Dr. Brent Hawkins said. “This greatly aids in the safety protocols for the district, ensuring an orderly first day of class.”
To register, go online to livingstonisd.com and click the yellow box. Forms may be filled out online, or could be emailed or dropped off at the campus. Bus information and a link for frequently asked questions can also be found on the page.