Accountability Ratings - Jourdanton ISD
Community and Student Engagement (Texas Education Code, §39.0545)
Conflict Disclosure Statements and Questionnaires (Local Government Code, §176.009(a), as amended by HB1491 (80th Legislature)
Graduation Plans and information
provided by the TEA on benefits of various graduation plans, levels of achievement and endorsements
Superintendent’s Contract (Title 19 Administrative Code, §109.1005(b) (2) (A)) o The school district is to provide a copy of the superintendent’s contract EITHER as a disclosure in the financial management report provided to the attendees at the Schools FIRST hearing OR by posting the contract on the district’s website.
The Texas Performance Reporting System (TPRS) for the 2014-15 school year is now available at http://tea.texas.gov/tprs.aspx.
The TPRS, which provides detailed results at the school, district, region, and state levels, includes information previously unreleased in the Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR). Performance and participation results for 2015 include assessments for STAAR grade 3-8 mathematics, STAAR A, and STAAR Alternate 2 and are reported for the following additional student groups:
The TPRS also presents detailed results for several postsecondary readiness indicators, including the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) and reports results for AP/IB exams and the SAT/ACT by subject area.
TAPR, Performance Rating of the District, Definitions and Explanations of each Performance Rating, and School Report Card as described by Education Code §39.362
Under House Bill 5 (passed 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 four performance ratings – Exemplary, Recognized, Acceptable or Unacceptable – to the district and each campus for overall performance, including the following categories:
House Bill 5 requires a local committee or committees to determine the criteria that the district uses to evaluate and assign performance ratings and to evaluate the district’s compliance with statutory reporting and policy requirements. The Texas Education Agency will begin collecting information regarding locally-assigned district and campus community and student engagement ratings beginning in late June.
While districts must assign locally-determined performance ratings for the district and all campuses in the district, ratings are not required for budgeted (non-instructional) campuses, Disciplinary Alternative Education program (DAEP) campuses, Juvenile Justice Alternative Education program (JJAEP) campuses and facilities operated by the Texas Juvenile Justice Department.
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 clicking the following links, you may review the Jourdanton ISD and campus evaluations:
From the following link you can access a searchable web site. It will provide you with the district rating and all campus ratings for a particular district. You can search for a district by entering the district name, district number, county name, or region number:
Texas School Report Cards:
|State/District NCLB Report Card Data may be accessed through the following links:|
|2015-2016 Highly Qualified Teacher Report||JISD AYP Reports|