Limited Open Enrollment

On July 25, 2011, the Glen Rose ISD Board of Trustees approved a Limited Open Enrollment Program for non-resident students who desire to attend class in Glen Rose ISD. There is no required tuition or payment. Approval of Limited Open Enrollment will be based on the following:

1. The current enrollment at the particular grade level or class as well as any special program requirements of the student seeking admission. Consideration shall include the effect of additional students in that grade or program, facilities, staffing needs and the educational opportunity of resident students.
2. The disciplinary record of the student seeking admission.
3. The attendance record of the student seeking admission.
4. The academic record of the student seeking admission including the student’s performance or applicable state-mandated assessments, the student’s record of promotion to the next grade level and the student’s extracurricular record.
5. The parent’s compliance with District and Campus policies and regulations.

The board approved language regarding student transfers can be found at FDA (LOCAL).

 

TO APPLY FOR ENROLLMENT:

1. Review the transfer policy FDA (LOCAL)
2. Complete the following documents and return to Glen Rose ISD, Attention: Wayne Rotan, Superintendent.  The application packet will be accepted only with the following documents:

  • Completed application form
  • Completed Transfer Agreement
  • Latest Report card
  • State required test scores for the previous school year (grades 3-12)
  • Any other standardized test results (if applicable)
  • Attendance history
  • Discipline records for the previous school year’s grading period.

Please submit by one of the following ways:

Mail to: 

Wayne Rotan, Supt.
Glen Rose ISD
P.O. Box 2129
Glen Rose, TX 76043

In Person to:

Wayne Rotan, Supt.
Glen Rose ISD Administration Building
1102 Stadium Drive
Glen Rose, TX 76043

Fax:

Dana Rigano at 254-897-3651

 

3. Completed applications will then be forwarded to the applicable campus that will schedule an interview with the student and parents.

4. The campus will submit a recommendation to either deny or approve the request based on the established criteria.

5. A letter will be sent to you regarding the status of the application.

 

If you have any questions regarding the Limited Open Enrollment process, please contact Wayne Rotan or Dana Rigano at 254-898-3905.

 

Approved Board Policy FDA (Local)

Transfer Application/Agreement