Proof of Residency
Frisco ISD requires families provide proof of residency each year as a final step in the annual registration process. For the 2021-2022 school year, all FISD campuses will utilize an online submission process through a LaserFiche form for proof of residence across all campus levels. This program is intended to reduce paper waste, improve accuracy and save time for both parents and campus staff.
If you have more than one student attending FISD, you will need to submit proof of residency for each student individually. Once submitted, your proof of residency will be reviewed by campus staff to verify it meets the acceptable proof of Requirements below. If it is not accepted, you will be contacted for further information.
A copy of a current (current or previous month) utility bill (electric, gas or water) which shows the current usage on it.
A current lease (for 30 days until a utility bill is available).
If you have recently purchased your home, a copy of the closing papers will suffice until a utility bill is available to reproduce (within 30 days).
If you are living with a relative or friend in the FISD attendance zone, an affidavit must be completed, notarized and returned to the school office along with a current utility bill.
Students living apart from parents—Refer to Policy FDB (LOCAL).
Have a Proof of Residency Ready to Upload? The form will officially open for 2021-22 submissions on May 3. Submit your Proof of Residency.
While the electronic process is preferred, FISD campuses will continue to accept proof of residency in-person. Please contact the campus directly for alternate submission options.
Please note the enrollment process will not be complete until this documentation has been received. Students will not receive course enrollment information until it has been provided. Students who are unable to produce documentation to verify residency in the Frisco ISD attendance zone may not be able to attend a Frisco ISD school and will be subject to withdrawal.
Please refer to the Laserfiche Online POR Guardian FAQ’s for further assistance.
Presenting a false record or falsifying records is an offense under Section 37.10, Penal code, and enrollment of the child under false documents subjects the person to liability for tuition or other costs. TEC Sec. 25.002(3)(d).