Crowley ISD Public Information Request (Open Records)
The Texas Public Information Act gives the public the right to request access to government information.
MAKING A REQUEST
The Act is triggered when a person submits a written request to a government body. The request must ask for records or information already in existence. The Act does not require a governmental body to create new information, to do legal or other research, to answer questions, or to explain district decisions.
CHARGES TO THE REQUESTOR
A person may ask to view the information, get copies of the information, or both. If a request is for copies of information, the governmental body may charge for the copies. If a request is only for an opportunity to inspect information, then usually the governmental body may not impose a charge on the requestor. However, under certain limited circumstances a governmental body may impose a charge for access to information. All charges imposed by a governmental body may for copies or for access to information, must comply with attorney general rules, unless another statute authorizes an agency to set its own charges.
Public information requests for school district records are to be filed with the CISD Administration.
A request can be submitted in one of four ways:
1. Personal appearance at the Crowley ISD Administration Building
Crowley ISD Administration Building 512 Peach Street Crowley, TX 76036
2. Mailed requests can be addressed to:
Crowley ISD Administration Building
Attn: Public Information Request
512 Peach Street
Crowley, TX 76036
3. Faxed requests can be sent to 817-297-5205
Attn: Open Records
4. Emailed requests can be sent to: email@example.com
Please include “Open Records” in the subject line and a return email address
The requestor may complete an open records request form provided by the school district or submit any other written documentation that provides the requestor’s name and address, the requestor’s telephone number and a clear description of the documents requested.
Open Records Request Form (PDF)
For additional information on the Texas Public Information Act, visit the Texas Attorney General’s website.
Public Information Act Frequently Asked Questions