Your students were enrolled in the classes you have selected for the 2019-2020 school year. Please review each of your children’s list of classes as soon as possible. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a cc to email@example.com with any changes (adds or drops). Access to the Course Selection screen on RenWeb has now been disabled. Billing for the 2018-2019 school year will be prepared beginning April 20 based on your classes listed in RenWeb at that time. Billing will not include Study Hall selections until June. Your 1st payment is due on May 15, 2018. To review your class lists:
Login to Parents Web, select Student Information>Schedules.
Click on each student’s name.
Although all electives choices have been loaded onto each student schedule, it is possible that some electives will not make or that they may be offered at a different time. We will begin closing electives with insufficient enrollment after June 1st. Review Checklist:
For grade 7-12, the schedule for each list of classes on RenWeb is incomplete and subject to change for class times, rooms and teachers. Actual scheduling details are still in progress.
For Math Grades 7-12 all students have been loaded into the Standard section. Decisions for moving students to the Advanced section will be made at the end of the spring semester.
Study Hall selections will not be made until early June when we have a firm schedule.
Are all the classes you want listed?
Are there any classes listed you don’t want?
Do your students’ class days end at the same time? Remember – 6th grade core classes end at 3 pm while K-5th grade core classes end at 2 pm.
For elementary students, are you in the right section – MW or TTH?
Have you selected ALL of the sports you plan to play for the 2018-2019 school year? Teams may not make if we do not have enough students enrolled early.
Cross Country Grades4-12 Boys & Girls
Volleyball Grades 4-12 Girls
Soccer Grades 6-12 Co-Ed
Basketball Grades 4-12 Boys and Girls
Baseball Grades 8-12 Boys
Softball Grades 8-12 Girls
Other Important Registration Information
Log-on to RenWeb and under the “Student Information” tab, select “Course Request”.
Select the tab for each student, scroll down through the course listings and de-select any pre-selected courses.
Return to the top of the screen and follow the directions on the screen.
Selecting Courses on RenWeb
This year it is extremely important that you carefully select ALL of the classes you want for the 2019-2020 school year - ALL core classes, electives, study halls and sports. Do not consider previous year's scheduling in your class decisions. Class schedules will be finalized by July 15 based on the recorded course selections at that time. Courses with less than 3 students enrolled by May 31 will be removed from the course selection list.
Texas Health and Safety Code requires children to be screened for vision and hearing by a state certified screener or have a professional exam and provide school with results We are required to provide the state those results yearly. This year we will be screening K, 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th and newly enrolled students for 2017-18 academic year regardless of the grade. If your student very recently received these screenings, you are welcome to provide that documentation by the time of the screenings. Testing will be conducted as follows:
Hearing screening will begin Monday,February 19, 2017 until completed.
Vision will begin Monday, February 26, 2017 until completed. It is important that if your child currently wears glasses, he or she will need to have them at school during the testing.
This is only a screening. If your child does not pass the screening, they will be referred to their primary care provider for further testing. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the office at 817-293-1500.
K-2nd: Regular Classes Monday and Tuesday, February 26 and 27, including electives. 3rd-12th Grades: No classes will be held on Monday, February 26 or Tuesday, February 27 to make space for Parent Teacher Conferences. There will be a "study hall" space for grade school children to work on Satellite assignments at the school while parents attend conferences. There will be no childcare. Preschool age children are welcome to attend conferences with parents.
In case of poor weather conditions, school administration will email all families regarding school opening delays and closures. As a general rule of thumb, CLPS will follow decisions made by Fort Worth Independent School District. Families are always able to make decisions about driving to and from campus and picking up their children in bad weather.