Welcome to Anna ISD!

TRE 2015 Logo TRE INFORMATION
Anna Independent School District adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's tax rate.

The tax rate will effectively be raised by 6.93 percent and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $130,000 home by approximately $130.00 per year or $13 per month.

We are excited about a new year and working to accommodate the growth all around Anna and Anna ISD.  This means new students, bus routes, construction etc...  Buses will have delays for the first days of school. Food service will take additional time to process and feed students.

Transportation: Parents should clearly communicate how their child will be getting home the 1st day to the teacher. The teacher should know how the student will get home the rest of the year. Students riding the bus will not be counted tardy, if the bus is running late. Calls and messages to the transportation office will be addressed, as soon as possible. However, the first weeks are extremely busy. Transportation Office #972-924-1800

Food Service: All students will have an opportunity to eat. Schedules may need to be flexible until routine is established. Lunch accounts and applications will take some time to process. 
Anna is a fast growth district in northern Collin County. As a community we still have a small town atmosphere with a progressive educational system. We pride ourselves on creating a family environment for our students and staff.

Our district is approximately 64 square miles, with our current enrollment at over 3,000 students. We are a 4A district with five campuses:
  • Anna Early Childhood Center (Prekindergarten - Kindergarten)
  • Joe K. Bryant Elementary (1st - 5th Grades)
  • Sue E. Rattan Elementary (1st - 5th Grades)
  • Anna Middle School (6th - 8th Grades)
  • Anna High School (9th - 12th Grades)

Inside Anna ISD

TRE Presentation/Public Meeting
September 1, 2015 Anna High School Auditorium
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