Registration for Kindergarten (2020-21)

  • Please contact the Fuller front office for enrollment questions and information for the 2020-21 school year. 

    Children who are at least five years old on September 1, 2020 are eligible to enroll in kindergarten classes at Aubrey ISD. Students who reside in the Aubrey ISD attendance zone will attend classes at one of three campuses: Brockett Elementary, Monaco Elementary or Fuller Elementary. Students who reside outside of the Aubrey ISD boundary can apply to be an interdistrict transfer to Fuller Elementary School by submitting an application

    Aubrey ISD is expanding its public pre-K program for eligible 4-year-olds to a full-day program beginning in the 2020-21 school year and will be housed at Fuller Elementary. Students may attend AISD’s full-day pre-K program free of charge if they are 4 years old by September 1, 2020 and meet one of the criteria listed below. 

    The Early Bird Learning Center will continue to run the district’s daycare program for children starting at five weeks old and up to five years old. The daycare is open to Aubrey ISD teachers and staff and the local community on a tuition basis. Only the free pre-K program for qualifying students has moved to Fuller Elementary. 

    Families residing outside of the Aubrey ISD attendance zones can complete a transfer application if they are interested in having their children enroll in pre-K or kindergarten classes. Space is limited and transfer decisions will not be made until August. All transfer students will attend Fuller Elementary. 


    Click this link for Elementary Zone attendance information


    A child who is at least 4 years old on September 1, 2020 is eligible for the pre-K program under one of the following requirements (4-year-olds are eligible for FULL DAY pre-K at Fuller Elementary School: 

    • is unable to comprehend the English language (testing required); or
    • is educationally disadvantaged (which means a student eligible to participate in the free or reduced lunch program...guidelines can be found here); or
    • is homeless, as defined by 42 U.S.C. Section 1143a, regardless of residence of the child, of either parent of the child, or of the child’s guardian or other person having lawful control of the child; or 
    • Is the child of an active duty member of the armed forces of the United State, including state military forces or a reserve component of the armed forces, who is ordered to active duty by proper authority; or 
    • is the child of a member of armed services of the United States, including the state military forces or a reserve component of the armed forces, who was injured or killed while serving on active duty; or 
    • is or ever has been in the conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services (foster care) following an adversary hearing held as provided by Section 262.201, Family Code; or 
    • is a child of a person eligible for the Star of Texas Award as: a peace officer under Section 3106.002, Government Code; a firefighter under Section 3106.003, Government Code; or an emergency medical first responder under Section 3106.004, Government Code.