Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

HB5 School District Self- Evaluation in Community and Student Engagement and Compliance The lesser known piece...

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "HB5 School District Self- Evaluation in Community and Student Engagement and Compliance The lesser known piece..."— Presentation transcript:

1 HB5 School District Self- Evaluation in Community and Student Engagement and Compliance The lesser known piece...

2 HB 5 New requirement: Districts must report on PIEMS a self-evaluation of the district and each individual school in the district. Ratings: Exemplary, Recognized, Acceptable, Unacceptable. Areas: Fine Arts, Wellness & Physical Education, Community & Parent Involvement, 21 st Century Workforce Development, Second Language Acquisition, Digital Learning Environment, Dropout Prevention Strategies, Ed Programs for GT One overall rating in each area due to TEA by August 8.

3 Why? None of this is directly stated in HB5. Demonstrates to a larger audience that the community is an important stakeholder in the schools. Demonstrates our values in regard to educating the whole child. There is more to education than state mandated tests. A wonderful opportunity to brag about what we are already doing.

4 What this assessment to looks like Simple, objective, and easy to document. Rubric for the engagement side Checklist (yes/no) for the compliance side Divided between elementary, middle, and high school levels to develop a rating for the district –Will be reported for the district based on individual school scores Look at what we are already doing well, as well as areas we need to strengthen. Indicators that demonstrate excellence in each content/program.

5 Performance Measure Data Source QuestionUnacceptableAcceptableRecognizedExemplary Campus provides multiple opportunities for parent and community volunteer service **recorded by total hours logged per student District/ Campus How many parent and community volunteer opportunities are provided? Less than 100 volunteer hours are recorded 100-1,000 volunteer hours are recorded 1,000-5,000 volunteer hours are recorded 5,000+ volunteer hours are recorded *Programs, events, organizations are scheduled to engage parents in the education of their students. District/ Campus Are parent engagement programs scheduled throughout the year? Rarely - < 3 Occasionally (4-6) Common Practice (7-9) Consistently Throughout the Year > 10 Students participate in community service projects CampusHow many hours were logged in student sponsored community service projects? Less than 5,000 hours of student led/sponsored community service activities ,999 hours of student led/sponsored community service activities. 10,000-14,999 hours of student led/sponsored community service activities. Over 15,000 hours of student led/sponsored community service activities. Community and Parent Involvement Elementary, Middle, and High School Engagement Rubric:

6 Performance Measure Data Source QuestionUnacceptableAcceptableRecognizedExemplary Campus seeks involvement from community stakeholders (examples: businesses, civic, faith- based partners) How many community stakeholders are officially recognized? 0-3 partners4-6 partners7-10 partners10+ partners Campus uses a variety of communication tools to inform parents of school news (example: website, newsletters, social media, auto-dial, marquee, school messenger, etc.) Does the campus use a variety of communication tools to inform parents of school news? 0 communication methods 1-2 communication methods 3-4 communication methods 5+ communication methods Parents feel adequately informed about district issues (i.e. Student growth, school finance, etc.) Do parents feel adequately informed about district issues? >69% agree70-79% agree80-89% agree90% or more agree

7 Community and Parent Involvement District Engagement Rubric: Performance Measure Data Source QuestionUnacceptableAcceptableRecognizedExemplary Campus provides multiple opportunities for parent and community volunteer service **recorded by total hours logged per student District/ Campus How many parent and community volunteer opportunities are provided? Fewer than 65% of campuses report 5,000+ volunteer hours recorded 65-74% of campuses report 5,000+ volunteer hours recorded 75-84% of campuses report 5,000+ volunteer hours recorded More than 85% of campuses report 5,000+ volunteer hours recorded Programs are scheduled to engage parents in the education of their students. District/ Campus Are parent engagement programs scheduled throughout the year? Fewer than 64% campuses report consistently scheduling more than 10 programs to engage parents in the education of their children 65-74% campuses report consistently scheduling more than 10 programs to engage parents in the education of their children 75-84% of campuses report consistently scheduling more than 10 programs to engage parents in the education of their children More than 85% of campuses report consistently scheduling more than 10 programs to engage parents in the education of their children Students participate in community service projects CampusWhat percentages of students participate in community service projects? Over 35% of students participate in community projects at fewer than 15 campuses Over 35% of students participate in community projects at campuses Over 35% of students participate in community projects at campuses Over 35% of students participate in community projects at campuses

8 Community and Parent Involvement District Engagement Rubric: Performance Measure Data Source QuestionUnacceptableAcceptableRecognizedExemplary Campus uses a variety of communication tools to inform parents of school news (example: website, newsletters, social media, etc.) How many parent and community volunteer opportunities are provided? Fewer than 70% of campuses use 5 or more communication methods 70-79% of campuses use 5 or more communication methods 80-89% of campuses use 5 or more communication methods More than 90% of campuses use 5 or more communication methods Parents feel adequately informed about district issues (i.e. Student growth, school finance, etc.) What percentage of students participate in community service >69% agree70-79% agree80-89% agree90% or more agree

9 Northwest ISD Community and Parent Involvement Compliance Did your campus notify parents of required health screenings such as hearing, vision, spinal curvature, etc.? Are parents provided information in their native language, when feasible and appropriate? Do parents/community have access to the parent involvement plan within the CIP/DIP? Does your campus offer at least two parent conferences per year? Does your campus have NCLB report card posted on the website? Does your campus offer students remediation opportunities after statewide assessments?

10 Questions?


Download ppt "HB5 School District Self- Evaluation in Community and Student Engagement and Compliance The lesser known piece..."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google