Anne Frank Inspire Academy
A Preeminent 21st Century School K-11

Frequently Asked Questions

We value your time, so we’ve done our best to provide fast answers—all in one place. We’re happy to address some of your most frequently asked questions about our school here. You can also find information about school policies in the student handbook. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions or comments.

Is Anne Frank a private school?
Anne Frank Elementary is part of the Wood Charter community of schools. We are a free, public charter school open to all students in the greater San Antonio area. Back to Top

How do I enroll my child at Anne Frank Elementary?

As a charter school, we have an application process all students must complete in order to be considered for enrollment. Please visit our Admissions page for information about applying to our school. You may also download and print a copy of the required registration forms there.
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Does Anne Frank offer breakfast and lunch?
Unfortunately, as a small charter school, we do not have the equipment or space to prepare meals for our students. Please ensure your child brings a lunch from home each day. Back to Top

What if my child requires medication during the school day?

We will administer medication in accordance with state regulations and with physician and parental approval. Please download a medical form from our Admissions page, and bring the completed form and the medication in the original, labeled packaging to the front office.
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What are the school hours?


  • Grades K-2: 7:45 a.m.
  • Grades 3-8: 8:00 a.m.


  • Grades K-2: 2:45 p.m.
  • Grades 3-5: 3:00 p.m.
  • Grade 6: 3:00 p.m.
  • Grade 7: 3:15 p.m.
  • Grade 8: 3:30 p.m.

Extended day ends at 5:05 p.m. for all students.

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What do I need to do if my child will be absent from school?

If your child must miss school, please call the school office on the day of his/her absence. For information about attendance requirements and what qualifies as an excused absence, please refer to the parent-student handbook.
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Is there a dress code at Anne Frank?

We expect our students to dress in an appropriate manner at all times. Though we do not require uniforms at our academies, we encourage students to dress in a professional manner at all times. Student dress may not present a health or a safety hazard, violate municipal, county, or state law, or present a potential disruption of the educational process. Generally, we do not allow: 
  • Spandex, stretch cotton shorts, skirts, or dresses that measure more than three inches above the top of the kneecap when in a kneeling position
  • Torn, frayed, see through, or mesh clothing—even if worn over appropriate clothing
  • Spaghetti-straps or shirts and dresses with less than three inches of a sleeve
  • Clothing that exposes any part of the wearer's midsection, even if covered with or by appropriate clothing
  • Clothing with any logo, writing, symbols, or numbers that reflect violence, malicious behavior, offensive language, sexual innuendo, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or anything otherwise considered disruptive or gang related
  • Excessively baggy or large coats and sagging pants (i.e. gang-related, trench, or “goth” styles). We define "excessively baggy" as pants being bunched at the waist under a belt, pants with a low-hanging crotch, pants that cover the feet of the wearer or drag on the floor
  • Non-prescription dark glasses worn on the face or head, hats, caps, or other headgear unless designated for a specific purpose
  • Exposed body tattoos and piercings (we allow up to two earrings per ear)
  • Students on school property or at any school activity to wear, possess, use, distribute, display, or sell any clothing, jewelry, bandana, emblem, badge, symbol, sign, or other item perceived as evidence of membership in or affiliation with a gang 
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How can I get more involved?

At Anne Frank Elementary we encourage parent involvement. Please visit our News page for information about how you can help Anne Frank offer our students more experiences, or take some time to introduce yourself to your child’s teacher and let him or her know that you’re interested in getting involved. Parents can also support their child’s education in some basic ways, including:
  • Encouraging your child to get plenty of sleep
  • Offering a healthy diet, including a good breakfast
  • Helping your child get up in plenty of time for school
  • Providing neat, clean, comfortable clothes 
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