Pearson Elementary School

Pearson Elementary Attendance Goal is 99%. Please come to school EVERDAY. Pearson Elementary is Leading the Way... The Place to BE.. The Place to STAY. Congratulations to 2017 Teacher of the Year Rita Perez and Esequiel Gutierrez Staff Member of the Year.  

Late Registration and New Student Registration on August 3 and 4

Registration days for Mission Consolidated Independent School District (CISD) schools will be for anyone who is not already completed their online registration, or for new students to the district.

            Registration will be held on August 3 and 4 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., and 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at each Mission CISD school. Students and parents should go to their child’s school for the registration. Late registration will also be available during the district’s Back to School Bash on Friday, August 5, 6:00-8:00 p.m., at the Veterans Memorial High School Gym.

            These registration events are only for students who have not completed their online registration and for students who are new to Mission CISD.

            At registration, students must be accompanied by a parent, legal guardian, or family member over the age of 21 for the registration of students through eighth grade.

            Proper dress and appearance will be required of all secondary students for registration. Items requested for the registration of all students includes: immunization records, verification of Social Security number (if possible), proof of residence within the district.

            In addition to the items listed above, a birth certificate will be required to register for kindergarten and Pre-K students who are new to Mission CISD. Pre-K is offered at each Mission CISD school as a full-day program for all who meet age requirements, district residency requirements, and immunization requirements. Language and income are not considered for entry into the Mission CISD Pre-K program. Mission CISD offers dual language instruction that begins in Pre-K and expands this year to include the third grade. Officials plan to expand one grade level each year until all elementary school grade levels are included in the dual language program.

Items requested for registration of new students (beyond those listed above) are: birth certificate, up-to-date transcript, state test scores, and records from the previous school. Junior high and high schools typically charge a small fee for ID cards.