Please note that transfer requests for the 2022-2023 school year are not being accepted at this time. The window for applications will open mid-summer. Please continue checking our website and Facebook page for updates.
Lone Oak ISD maintains a transfer policy under FDA (Local) requiring non-resident students wishing to transfer to file a transfer application each school year. The following items are considered when evaluating any request:
- Availability of space and instructional staff
- Availability of programs and services
- The student’s disciplinary history records, work habits, and attendance records
Transfer students are expected to follow the attendance requirements, rules and regulations of the District.
Electronic submissions are now accepted. Directions can be found below for both iPhone users and Android users to utilize your phone to scan documents if you do not have access to a scanner. Please ensure all documents uploaded are clear and legible.
Complete a Transfer Request
New Student Transfer Request
For students wishing to transfer to Lone Oak for the first time, please complete the New Student Transfer Form. Please note that a request cannot be considered without supporting documents, and a review WILL BE DELAYED if documents are missing. Once all documents are submitted, you can expect to receive a reply to the email address provided within one to two weeks.
Returning Student Transfer Request
For students who live outside of the district and attended LOISD this past year, please complete the Returning Student Transfer Form. Once a request is submitted, you can expect to receive a reply to the email address provided within one to two weeks.
Once a Transfer Has Been Approved
Once you have received an approval email, follow this link to find instructions on setting up a ParentPortal account and enrolling your student. Once your account is set up, you can continue to access the ParentPortal through the District's homepage.
State and Local Guidelines
TEC 25.036 has been interpreted to establish the acceptance of a transfer as a one-year commitment by the District. The District is seeking to eliminate the provision of a one-year commitment in accepting transfer applicants. On rare occasions, student behavior warrants suspension (in or out of school), placement in a disciplinary alternative program, or expulsion. In addition, student attendance may fall below the TEA truancy standard. In these rare cases, Lone Oak ISD seeks exemption from the one-year transfer commitment.
Non-resident students who have been accepted as inter-district transfers may have such transfer status revoked by the Superintendent at any time during the year if the student is assigned discipline consequences of suspension (in or out of school), placement in a disciplinary alternative program, or expulsion. In addition, students not meeting the state’s 90% attendance standard may also be subject to immediate revocation of the transfer status.