Dual Residency is utilized when a parent or guardian is living within Frenship ISD boundaries at a residence that is not their own (they neither own, rent nor lease the property). A Frenship ISD Dual Residency must be completed annually. Both the owner/leaser of the property and the parent/guardian who will be living at that property will be expected to complete and sign a Residency Affidavit that requires notarization by our staff.
Parents/guardians must complete the Dual Residency online application and follow the steps below to provide the required documents.
The Dual Residency Application for the 2021-2022 school year will be available starting July 26.
*Due to COVID-19 and the need to limit the number of people in our facilities, we are asking that ONLY the property owner and parent/guardian visit the school to provide the documents below.
Falsifying information on a sworn affidavit is a criminal offense under Section 37.01 of the Texas Penal Code. Residency checks will be made periodically by Frenship ISD staff. Child(ren) will be withdrawn from Frenship ISD if it is determined that information has been falsified and/or the child(ren) are not residing at the residence stated on the sworn affidavit.
If requirements for a Frenship ISD Dual Residency cannot be met, then the parent/guardian will need to set up an appointment with the Director of Student Services.
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