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2014 Presentations & Helpful Tools
Community Engagement Evaluation Tool Example: Hudson ISD (3.18.2014)

This Excel document was provided by Hudson ISD for other districts and charter schools to use as a sample format in conducting the Community and Student Engagement evaluation. Please follow the instructions below in using the Hudson ISD Community and Student Engagement evaluation tool:

  • Each component (i.e. fine arts, wellness, digital, etc.) has several indicators that will be applied to all campuses (or determined to not be applicable). There are 3 "blank" rows with each of the components that will allow the campus to identify indicators unique to the campus. 
  • There are 5 ratings: not applicable (yellow), unacceptable (red), acceptable (blue), recognized (green), and exemplary (purple). The campus committee will determine the box that reflects the rating for that indicator and color the box accordingly. 
  • The last tab is an example of a completed component sheet. The overall component rating will be determined by the predominant color throughout each evaluating factor within the component. The second language acquisition component for that campus would receive a recognized rating because more of the boxes are green. 
  • The district rating will be determined by applying the same technique using the campus ratings. 

Community Engagement Evaluation Tool Example: TASA (3.18.2014)
Districts and charters may use this document as a sample evaluation tool in measuring performance in Community and Student Engagement. The first tab of this document provides detailed instructions on how to use the tool. The Texas Association for School Administrators (TASA) has this Excel document listed on its HB 5 Self-Evaluation Toolkit webpage, which is located at http://www.tasanet.org/domain/124.

Community Engagement Evaluation Tool Example: TASA (3.18.2014)
Districts and charters may use this document as a sample evaluation tool in measuring performance in Community and Student Engagement. The first tab of this document provides detailed instructions on how to use the tool. The Texas Association for School Administrators (TASA) has this Excel document listed on its HB 5 Self-Evaluation Toolkit webpage, which is located at http://www.tasanet.org/domain/124.

TASA's Overview on Community & Student Engagement
(3.18.2014)
This is TASA's presentation on the Community and Student Engagement statute and is listed here as an additional resource for districts and charters to use in understanding statute requirements. The Texas Association for School Administrators (TASA) has this PowerPoint document listed on its HB 5 Self-Evaluation Toolkit webpage, which is located at http://www.tasanet.org/domain/124.

Region 18's Explanation of Community & School Engagement
(3.18.2014)
This document was provided by Region 18 ESC and it highlights the requirements of the school district evaluation of performance in Community and Student Engagement and Compliance. This is just another resource for districts and charters to use in understanding the Community and Student Engagement requirements under HB 5.

Region 15's PowerPoint Presentation on Community and Student Engagement (3.18.2014)
This presentation was provided by Region 15 ESC. Slides 5-10 offer information regarding Student and Community Engagement.

TASA's PEIMS Coding for School Evaluation of Performance & Community (1.24.2014)
This document provides information regarding new coding to the PEIMS Data Standards in regard to the Community and Student Engagement evaluations. The Texas Association for School Administrators (TASA) has this document listed on its HB 5 Self-Evaluation Toolkit webpage, which is located at http://www.tasanet.org/domain/124.

TASA's Background/Description of Community & Student Engagement (1.24.2014)
This document provides a brief overview of the Community and Student Engagement accountability requirement, as well as provides suggestions on how districts and charters can begin developing the evaluation process. The Texas Association for School Administrators (TASA) has this document listed on its HB 5 Self-Evaluation Toolkit webpage, which is located at http://www.tasanet.org/domain/124.

TASA's HB 5 Community Engagement Factors to Consider
(1.24.2014)
This document lists possible criteria for consideration for each of the 9 evaluation factors. The Texas Association for School Administrators (TASA) has this document listed on its HB 5 Self-Evaluation Toolkit webpage, which is located at http://www.tasanet.org/domain/124.

2013 Resources
12.04.2013 TSI/ACCUPLACER: Newest Resources, Apps & Info 
(NOTE: Look under the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Assessment)