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1 Michelle Gonzalez, Principal Kids are first at cscisd CTE Mission Statement: The mission of the CSCISD Career and Technical Education program is to develop and implement a comprehensive and challenging educational curriculum enhanced with practical experiences designed to empower students with academic and technical skills needed to be successful in the global workforce and/or in post-secondary education.

2 This video provides parents with an overview of why House Bill 5 was passed during the 83rd legislative session. Parents will learn about new graduation requirements, when parental consent is required, and when their child will make a decision about an endorsement area

3 COURSEWORK Provides flexibility for students to develop their talents and pursue their interests Creates one diploma that affords all students a variety of postsecondary opportunities. Students may earn an additional endorsement in one of four areas: STEM, Business and Industry, Public Services, and Arts and Humanities. Greatly expands course options and allows individual students more flexibility Allows districts to partner with community colleges and industry to develop rigorous courses that address workforce needs, provide technical training and count towards graduation Eliminates the requirement that all students must pass Algebra II and ELA III to receive a high school diploma Grants current 9 th, 10 th and 11 th grade students the benefits of the new structure Allows all high school graduates to be eligible for automatic admission to Texas public four-year universities because all student graduate under the same diploma

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8 Business and Industry Public Services STEMMultidisciplinary Arts and Humanities

9 A student may earn a business and industry endorsement by completing foundation and general endorsement requirements and a coherent sequence of courses for four or more credits in CTE that consists of at least two courses in the same career cluster including at least one advanced CTE course which includes any course that is the third or higher course in a sequence. The final course in the sequence must be selected from one of the following CTE career clusters: Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources Architecture & Construction Information Technology Business Management & Administration Hospitality &Tourism

10 FreshmanSophomoreJuniorSenior Principles of Ag, Food and Natural Resources Wildlife Fisheries & Ecology Management Range Ecology & Management Practicum in Ag, Food & Natural Resources or Advance Animal Science Principles of Ag, Food and Natural Resources Ag Mechanics & Metal Tech Ag Facilities Design & Fabrication Practicum in Ag, Food & Natural Resources or Advance Animal Science Principles of Ag, Food and Natural Resources Principles of Floral Design Landscape Design Practicum in Ag, Food & Natural Resources or Advance Animal Science

11 FreshmanSophomoreJuniorSenior Principles of Architecture & Construction Construction Technology Advanced Construction tech Practicum in Construction Management or Mill & Cabinet Tech Principles of Architecture & Construction Construction Technology Mill & Cabinetmaking Tech Practicum in Construction or Advanced Construction Tech

12 FreshmanSophomoreJuniorSenior Principles of Information Technology Digital Interactive Multimedia Web Technologies Research in IT Solutions

13 FreshmanSophomoreJuniorSenior Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance Touch System Data Entry Business Information Management (BIM) 1 Practicum in Business Management or BIM II Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance Human Resources Management Business LawPracticum in Business Management

14 FreshmanSophomoreJuniorSenior Principles of Hospitality and Tourism Restaurant Management Culinary ArtsPracticum in Culinary Arts Principles of Hospitality and Tourism Restaurant Management Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness Culinary Arts

15 A student may earn a public services endorsement by completing foundation and general endorsement requirements and a coherent sequence of courses for four or more credits in CTE that consists of at least two courses in the same career cluster including at least one advanced CTE course which includes any course that is the third or higher course in a sequence. The final course in the sequence must be selected from one of the following CTE career clusters: Education & Training Law, Public Safety, Corrections, & Security Or four courses in Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC)

16 FreshmanSophomoreJuniorSenior Principles of Education and Training Human Growth and Development Instructional Practice in Education and Training Practicum in Education and Training

17 FreshmanSophomoreJuniorSenior Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Law Enforcement 1 Correctional Services Law Enforcement 2 or Practicum Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Law Enforcement 1 Forensic Science Law Enforcement 2 or Practicum Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Law Enforcement 1 Court Systems & Practices Law Enforcement 2 or Practicum

18 A student may earn a STEM endorsement by completing foundation and general endorsement requirements including Algebra II, Chemistry, Physics and (A ) or (B) A. A total of five credits in mathematics by successfully completing Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II and two additional mathematics courses for which Algebra II is a prerequisite : Precalculus Calculus Independent Study Math DC Math 1314 B. A total of five credits in science by successfully completing biology, chemistry, physics, and two additional science courses: AP Biology Anatomy and Physiology Medical Microbiology Environmental Science Advanced Animal Science Food Science

19 A student may earn a multidisciplinary studies endorsement by completing foundation and general endorsement requirements and: A. four credits in each of the four foundation subject areas to include English IV and chemistry and/or physics B. four credits in advanced placement or dual credit selected from English, mathematics, science, social studies, economics or fine arts

20 Foundation Areas FreshmanSophomoreJuniorSenior English (4)English IEnglish IIEnglish IIIEnglish IV Math (4)AlgebraGeometryAlgebra IIAdv Math Science (4)BiologyChemistryPhysicsAdv Science Social Studies (4) World History/ Geography US HistoryEconomics/ Government

21 FreshmanSophomoreJuniorSenior HUMA 1301ARTS 1301HIST 1301 HIST 1302 MATH 1314 MATH 1324 SOCI 1302PSYC 2301ENGL 1301 ENGL 1302 ECON 2301 SPCH 1311GOVT 2305 GOVT 2306 BIOL 1306 BIOL 1307 BIOL 1308 BIOL 1309

22 A student may earn a performance acknowledgment for outstanding performance: in a dual credit course (12 credit hrs or assoc. degree) in bilingualism and biliteracy on an AP test on the PSAT, the ACT-Plan, the SAT, or the ACT for earning a nationally or internationally recognized business or industry certification or license

23 Dual Credit Courses Appytexas.org TSI Pre-assessment TSI Assessment (Reading, Writing, & Math) Dual Credit Orientation Register with counselors for DC classes Performance Acknowledgment can be obtained by completing: 12 hours of college academic credit Associate degree while in high school

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25 Reduces overreliance on standardized testing to evaluate student performance Reduces the number of end-of-course assessments from fifteen to five Allows students to meet their graduation assessment requirement by passing ELA II (reading and writing), Algebra I, biology and US History Eliminates the requirement that the end-of-course assessments determine 15% of a student's course grade Establishes clear graduation requirements for students and parents by eliminating the cumulative score requirement Encourages college readiness by allowing satisfactory performance on Advanced Placement exams, SAT exams and the ACT to satisfy graduation requirements

26 Effective Immediately 5 required EOC exams English I & English II Reading and Writing combined by Spring 2014 Algebra I U.S. History Biology Spring optional EOC exams administered Algebra II English III Applies to students who enter grade 9 in and thereafter

27 Effective If a student is determined unlikely to pass an EOC at the end of 11 th grade, the district must enroll the student in a college prep course.

28 CSCSISD has partnered with SWTJC to develop college prep courses in math and ELA for 12th grade students who do not meet college readiness standards or whose performance indicates they are not ready to perform entry- level college coursework. To be implemented

29 Effective PGPs must be developed for students who are identified as being at-risk of not completing a high school diploma before the fifth year after entering 9 th grade and for students who did not pass a state assessment. Universal PGPs must be developed for all high school students. PGP options will be reviewed with each student entering 9 th grade together with the parent. PGP must be signed by student and parent before the end of the school year. Students may amend their PGP but written notice of the amendment must be sent to the parents.

30 Provides for meaningful and informative school ratings Evaluates schools on more measures than state standardized assessment Establishes a new three category rating system that evaluates schools on academic performance, financial performance and community and student engagement employing understandable labels of A, B, C, D and F Directs the agency and districts to release all three ratings at the same time to provide a clearer understanding of overall school performance Allows local communities to engage in the accountability process by requiring districts to set goals and evaluate performance locally in addition to state ratings

31 Michael Uriegas-Federal Programs Director (830) ext.1202 District/Campus Self Evaluation 1. GT Programs 2. Wellness & Physical Education 3. Second Language Acquisition Programs 4. Fine Arts 5. Community and Parental Involvement st Century Workforce Development 7. Digital Learning Environment 8. Drop Out Prevention Strategies

32 CASE Solved Online System CASE Solved is a user friendly web based tool that will assist school districts with evaluating and setting goals for community and student engagement as required by Texas Law. Campus Advisory Team for each campus will rate the district as: Exemplary Recognized Acceptable Unacceptable

33 TEA webpage on HB Carrizo Springs High School Michelle Gonzalez, Principal Elia Ramirez, Counselor Sandra Salazar, Counselor Rosalinda Ortiz, College/Career Readiness Coordinator Carrizo Springs CISD Sofia Morones, Director of Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment/CTE Kids are first at cscisd


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