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Community and Student Engagement Surveys

Community and Student Engagement

  • State law requires school districts to use criteria developed by the District to evaluate community and student engagement as well as compliance with statutory and policy requirements. The District then assigns a rating of exemplary, recognized, acceptable or unacceptable to each of its campuses and to the District overall. In summary, the district must rate itself and each of its campuses on criteria developed by the district. Each campus and the district assigned the rating based on overall performance and evaluating each of the following factors:
     

    • Fine Arts
    • Wellness and Physical Education
    • Community and Parental Involvement
    • 21st Century Workforce Development Program
    • Second Language Acquisition Program
    • Digital Learning Environment
    • Dropout Prevention Strategies
    • Educational Programs for Gifted and Talented students
    • Overall Rating
    • Compliance with Statutory Reporting and Policy Requirements


    For the 2016-2017 school year, Danbury ISD assigned the district and each campus a rating of Recognized.

     

CaSE Guidelines

  • District Level CaSE Performance Ratings

    Elementary School CaSE Performance Ratings

    Middle School CaSE Performance Ratings

    High School CaSE Performance Ratings

     

     

2016-2017 District and Campus Ratings

  • 2015-2016 District and Campus Ratings

 


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