Communication Links for Parents


  • District Web Site: The most up-to-date school news is available on the district’s website with press releases, general information, links to all the district campuses and departments and Board policies along with a variety of other information.

    Facebook: Allen ISD maintains an active Facebook page where news and announcements are posted almost immediately. Just search Allen Independent School District and hit "Like". 

    Fast Track e-mail News Service: An electronic newsletter for parents and patrons of Allen ISD. Click here to join our mailing list.  The latest edition is here.

    Instagram: See Allen ISD through photos on our new Instagram pages. Follow us: @allen_isd

    Mobile App: School information is in the palm of your hand with our mobile app. It is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play.

    Newsletters: Each campus publishes an online or print newsletter. Contact your school office if you are not already receiving news from your child's campus.

    Peachjar: Peachjar publicizes campus, district and local non-profit group activities including programs, fundraisers and classes via email and websites rather than having to print hundreds of fliers.

    SchoolMessenger: Allen ISD uses SchoolMessenger to send phone calls, text messages and emails to contact all parents for bad weather school closings and other important events.

    SOAR: The Allen ISD Family & Parent Magazine: Allen ISD publishes a quarterly magazine that takes an in-depth look at the people and places who make up our school district. View our most recent edition here.

    Twitter: Twitter is the fastest way to get news and announcements from the school district. Follow us: @Allen_ISD

    Additional information sources: The Public Information Office produces a variety of resources for the public. These include an annual report on the state of the district and information packets with significant information and statistics for both new and long-time residents. Digital copies are located on the Public Information homepage, print copies are available by contacting the Public Information Office.

     

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