COLLEGE STATION INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
January 18, 2011 at 6:40 p.m.
CSISD Board Room
A. CALL TO ORDER
President Randall Pitcock called the meeting to order at 6:45 p.m. and declared a quorum was present with seven members present.
B. DECLARATION OF QUORUM
In attendance were President Randall Pitcock, Vice President Valerie Jochen, Secretary Paul Dorsett, and Trustees Carol Barrett, Charlotte Slack, Garland Watson and Jeff Harris.
C. RECEIVE A REPORT AND PUBLIC INPUT RELATED TO CSISD ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE INDICATOR SYSTEM DATA FOR THE 2009-2010 School YEAR
Deputy Superintendent for Administrative Services Clark Ealy reported regarding TEAs Academic Excellence Indicator System. Included in the report are: TAKS results, completion and dropout rates, other student performance data, district staffing and financial data, and measure of data quality (accuracy). Other information gleaned from this report includes student performance in post-secondary institutions, report on violent and criminal incidents, goals reflected in the Title IV SDFS Evaluation, and Campus Improvement Plan Objectives.
Using the data contained in the AEIS report and the Title IV Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities program, the district developed the following goals:
· Decrease substance use among students
· Increase parent involvement
· Increase student achievement
· Reduce violence in schools
· Increase community involvement
· Increase the number of school personnel implementing SDFSC initiatives
· Improve school safety
Districtwide TAKS Performance by All Students is: Reading/ELA-95% Pass, Writing-96%Pass, Math-92% Pass, Science-93% Pass, and Social Studies-97% Pass.
In an effort to end social promotion, students in selected grades must pass the TAKS test at their grade level to be promoted to the subsequent grade: 5th Grade-Reading and Math, 8th Grade-Reading and Math. 24.2% of CSISD students were enrolled in advanced courses or dual-credit courses.
Accountability Ratings are: College Station ISD Academically Acceptable, College Hills Elementary School Exemplary, Creek View Elementary School Exemplary, Rock Prairie Elementary School Exemplary, A&M Consolidated High School Recognized, A&M Consolidated Middle School Recognized, College Station Middle School Recognized, Cypress Grove Intermediate School Recognized, Oakwood Intermediate School Recognized, Forest Ridge Elementary School Recognized, Pebble Creek Elementary School Recognized, South Knoll Elementary School Recognized, Southwood Valley Elementary School Academically Acceptable, and Timber Academy Academically Acceptable.
Gold Performance Acknowledgements are: College Station ISD Advanced Placement, A&M Consolidated High School Advanced Placement, College Ready, and Commended Performance in Social Studies, A&M Consolidated Middle School Comparable Improvement in Reading and Math, Center for Alternative Learning College Ready, College Hills Elementary School Comparable Improvement in Reading and Math, Cypress Grove Intermediate School Commended Performance in Science, Forest Ridge Elementary School Commended Performance in Reading, Math and Writing, and Comparable Improvement in Math, Pebble Creek Elementary School Commended Performance Reading, Writing and Math, Rock Prairie Elementary School Commended Performance Reading, Writing and Math; and Comparable Improvement in Math, Southwood Valley Elementary School Comparable Improvement in Math,
There were no public comments.
Without objection, President Pitcock adjourned the meeting at 7:04 p.m.
RANDALL PITCOCK PAUL DORSETT