House Bill 5 Community and Student Engagement

July 02, 2014

Under House Bill 5 (passed last year by the 83rd Texas Legislature), all districts are required to evaluate the district’s performance and the performance of each campus in regard to community and student engagement.  Districts must assign one of the four performance ratings—Exemplary, Recognized, Acceptable or Unacceptable—to the district and each campus for overall performance, including the following categories:

  • Fine arts;
  • Wellness & physical education;
  • Community and parental involvement;
  • 21st Century Workforce Development program;
  • Second language acquisition program;
  • Digital learning environment;
  • Dropout prevention strategies, and
  • Educational programs for gifted and talented students.

Local committees at the district and campuses determined the criteria that the district uses to evaluate and assign performance ratings and evaluated the district’s compliance with statutory reporting and policy requirements.  The Texas Education Agency will collect information regarding locally-assigned district and campus community and student engagement ratings.

Under House Bill 5, districts must post the ratings and compliance status for the district and each campus on the school district’s website by August 8, 2014.  The Texas Education Agency is required to report the performance ratings and compliance statuses on the TEA website no later than October 1, 2014.

 

Click on the appropriate link below to view performance ratings and compliance.

HISD House Bill 5 Community and Student Engagement

HHS House Bill 5 Community and Student Engagement

HJH House Bill 5 Community and Student Engagement

HES House Bill 5 Community and Student Engagement




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