AISD Resources: An overivew of our most-used resources and how to use them.
- Austin Families
- Chromebook User Guide
- Bus Stop Finder
- District Calendar
- School Feeder Pattern
- O. Henry DirectorySpot App
Bus Stop Finder: To find your student's bus stop, please use our bus stop finder utility. Enter your student's home address and find the closest AISD bus stop.
Students riding or waiting on an AISD school bus are under the supervision of the district the same as if they are in the school building or on the school grounds, and therefore, are subject to the student disciplinary policies of the district.
Where's the Bus App: Austin ISD Transportation offers the WheresTheBus app to provide families with timely information about the location of each child’s bus, including when it will arrive at their stop.
The app is free to AISD families whose children ride the bus. The app is available on any device with Internet access (smartphone, tablet, personal computer, iPod)—and takes less than five minutes to install.
At AISD, our award-winning transportation team is committed to providing families with the best service. For any questions about bus transportation, please call 512-414-0238.
Technical Support for the Austin ISD Community
Call 512-414-9187; support is available weekdays from 7 a.m.–5 p.m. Or email us.
Submit a parent support form. The form is received by our help desk and will be assigned to one of our specialists, who will contact you.
Take your assigned device to your campus during regular school hours. No at-home support will be provided at any time.
Call 512-414-4357; support is available weekdays from 6:30 a.m.–5 p.m. Outside of that time, an automated phone system will create a voice help ticket.
Submit a student support form.
Note: Prior to submitting a help desk ticket or taking the assigned device to the campus technical support location, it is the student’s responsibility to back up any data, information or other files stored on the assigned device.
Parent Resource- Town Hall for parents on how to talk to kids about alcohol and vaping
The Travis County Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition is sponsoring a Town Hall for parents on how to talk to kids about alcohol and vaping on October 29th. Supper will be provided, and there will be interpretation services.
There is a terrific panel. Most of the time will be devoted to answering parents’ questions. This is the link to registration, which includes more information.
Parent Education Series- Angst and Raising Awareness around Anxiety