Rockwall Independent School District District Improvement Plan 2018-2019 - Accountability Rating: A

 
Rockwall Independent School District District Improvement Plan 2018-2019 - Accountability Rating: A
Rockwall Independent School District
                                            District Improvement Plan
                                                    2018-2019
                                                 Accountability Rating: A

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Mission Statement
                                                                      Call To Action

                                       Rockwall ISD empowers learners to embody independence, value relationships,

                                          and achieve excellence as thriving members of a dynamic global society.

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Table of Contents
   Comprehensive Needs Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           4
     Needs Assessment Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        4
     Demographics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             5
     Student Achievement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                  7
     District Culture and Climate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                  10
     Staff Quality, Recruitment, and Retention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           12
     Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           14
     Parent and Community Engagement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             15
     Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          16
   Comprehensive Needs Assessment Data Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                         17
   Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   19
     Goal 1: Rockwall ISD will ensure consistent instructional processes to achieve and maintain high performance for all learners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                                              19
     Goal 2: Rockwall Independent School District will ensure a safe and civil environment that is responsive to the needs of our diverse community. . . .                                                                                         29
   State Compensatory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              34
     Budget for District Improvement Plan: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           34
   Title I Schoolwide Elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                 37
     ELEMENT 1. SWP COMPREHENSIVE NEEDS ASSESSMENT (CNA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                                     37
     ELEMENT 2. SWP CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN (CIP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                          37
     ELEMENT 3. PARENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT (PFE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                             37
   District Funding Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                  38

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Comprehensive Needs Assessment
Needs Assessment Overview

2017-2018 RISD District Improvement Plan

2017-2018 RISD Campus Improvement Plans

2018 STAAR Data

2018 Accountability Report

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Demographics

Demographics Summary

Rockwall ISD is comprised of over 16,500 students beginning the 2018-2019 school year. Per the 2017 Texas Academic Performance report, our student
population is made up of 63.3% White, 21.2% Hispanic, 7.6 % African American, 3.7% two or more races, and 3.1% Asian students. The district employs
1,640 employees.

 Students Information                    Percent
 Economically Disadvantaged               24.1%
 Non-Educationally Disadvantaged          75.9%
 English Language Learners                 7.4%
 Students with Disciplinary Placements     1.1%
 At-Risk Students                         32.6%

 Student by Program                      Percent
 Bilingual/ESL Education                   7.3%
 Career and Technical Education           26.9%
 Gifted and Talented Education             7.1%
 Special Education                         9.3%

 Professional Staff                       Percent
 Teachers                                  52.7%
 Professional Support                      12.8%
 Campus Administration                     2.4%
 Central Administration                    0.7%

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Staff Information
                                       District State

 Average Years Experience of
                                        12.6    10.9
 Teachers
 Average Years Experience of
                                         7.4    7.2
 Teachers in District

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Student Achievement

Student Achievement Summary

STATE SCORE SUMMARIES:

Below is a summary of the RISD STAAR scores for Approaches and Masters Grade Level for the last five years.

  STAAR 3 - 8               2014         2015          2016            2017            2018
 Reading                    91%          87%           86%             86%             87%
 Approaches
 Reading Masters            29%          30%           30%             34%              35%
 Writing                    85%          82%           81%             78%              80%
 Approaches
 Writing Masters            10%          13%           18%             14%              21%
 Science                    87%          86%           89%             86%              87%
 Approaches
 Science Masters            27%          24%           22%             29%              36%
 Social Studies             83%          84%           89%             86%              86%
 Approaches
 Social Studies             28%          20%           27%             37%              37%
 Masters
 Math                                  new TEKS        87%             89%              90%
 Approaches
 Math Masters                          new TEKS        26%             31%              33%

      EOC                   2014         2015          2016            2017            2018
 Algebra I                  94%          93%           93%             94%             90%
 Approaches
 Algebra I                  27%          30%           38%             42%              47%
 Masters
 Biology                    98%          98%           98%             96%              94%
 Approaches
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Biology Masters            21%         27%              35%              35%              42%
 English I                  86%         85%              88%              85%              79%
 Approaches
 English I                  12%         42%              13%              13%              12%
 Masters
 English II                 89%         85%              90%              88%              85%
 Approaches
 English II                 10%          6%              14%              13%              13%
 Masters
 US History                 98%         97%              98%              98%              98%
 Approaches
 US History                 37%         53%              49%              60%              64%
 Masters

NATIONAL SCORE SUMMARIES:

The average ACT score of a RISD student is 23.6. The average SAT score for critical reading is 520 (+2 from 2014), 532 for math, and 489 for writing.

Advanced Placement (AP) Summary:

Rockwall ISD administered 2,2572 exams to 1,311 students in 2018. 65% of RISD students made a 3 or higher on an AP exam.

International Baccalaureate (IB) Summary:

RISD's International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) continues to grow with 36 students enrolled in the program for the 17-18 school year and 70%
of IB examinations earned a passing score.

Dual Enrollment:

RISD increased the number of students enrolled in a dual credit course through the OnRamps Program through the University of Texas. RISD has over 800
students enrolled in OnRamps courses, including PreCalculus, Statistics, College Algebra, US History, and Geoscience. In addition, dual credit enrollment
by RISD students has increased due to the additional course offerings at the Gene Burton College and Career Center (GBCCA).

Student Achievement Strengths

STAAR: Science and Social Studies scores both at the elementary and secondary level are strong in the Approaching and Masters Grade level performance.
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Advanced Academics: Secondary students in RISD have four pathways for Advanced Academics with our Advanced Placement, International
Baccalaureate, UT OnRamps, and Collin College dual credit courses. RISD continues to seek ways to improve access for students to post-secondary
readiness options.

RISD students are very competitive in extra-curricular Fine Arts activities as is evidenced by the number of groups advancing to the highest competitive
levels and the number of students achieving state or national recognition for their work. Both Rockwall HS and Rockwall Heath HS Marching Bands,
Varsity Concert Bands, Varsity String Orchestras, Varsity Mixed Choirs and most non Varsity music groups won Sweepstakes at UIL. Dozens of RISD
students earned First Division medals at UIL Solo and Ensemble contests. Ten RISD art students advanced to State VASE (Visual Arts Scholastic Event),
and Rockwall HS Theatre won several nominations from the Dallas Summer Musical Awards program. Six Rockwall Heath HS Theatre students qualified at
the State Thespians Conference to attend Nationals. The Rockwall Heath HS Theatre group advanced to Area in the UIL One Act Play Contest, and nine
Rockwall ISD musicians earned chairs in the TMEA All State Band, Orchestra, Choir and Jazz groups. The Rockwall HS Chamber Orchestra placed sixth at
State in the TMEA Honor String Orchestra recording contest while the Williams Middle School Full Orchestra placed fourth at State in the TMEA MS
Honor Full Orchestra recording contest. The Rockwall HS Jazz Band was Rockwall ISD’s first-ever TMEA invited group, and they performed at the TMEA
Annual Clinic and Conference in San Antonio. The Rockwall HS Stingerettes won a National Championship at American Dance and Drill Nationals at the
University of North Texas while the Rockwall Heath HS Cheer Team won their first-ever NCA National Championship in the Intermediate Large category at
the Kay Baily Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas.

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District Culture and Climate

District Culture and Climate Summary

The Rockwall ISD Call to Action as designed by our Strategic Planning Committee in 2018 is to empower learners to embody independence, value
relationships and achieve excellence as thriving members of a dynamic global community.

What We Believe:

        We believe that collaborative relationships create a culture where learners thrive.
        We believe that an effective learning environment is collaborative, safe, challenging and responsive to the diverse needs of all students.
        We believe that learning is a partnership that engages all members of our community to empower empathetic and responsible citizens for success
        beyond themselves.
        We believe that all learners deserve to be challenged in preparation for lifelong learning and future success.

Our Learner Outcomes:

        All students will be college and/or career ready.
        All students will demonstrate resilience to navigate adversity and educational challenges.
        All students will think critically to problem solve independently.
        All students will possess strong ethical, emotional and social intelligence.
        All students will apply creativity and innovation in a variety of learning opportunities.
        All students will create and engage in a personalized learning plan.
        All students will demonstrate the use of soft skills to effectively collaborate and communicate.
        All students will utilize a variety of media resources to demonstrate mastery of the curriculum.
        All students will experience the fulfillment of community service.

Our Learner Profile:

        Empathetic
        Resilient
        Contributor
        Engaged
        Collaborative
        Problem Solver
        Responsible
        Communicator
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Creative

Our Goals:

    1.   We will provide authentic and innovative learning experiences for every learner.
    2.   We will ensure consistent instructional processes to achieve and maintain high performance for all learners.
    3.   We will ensure continuous improvement through maximizing fiscal efficiency to address growth.
    4.   We will partner with our community to enhance the learner experience.
    5.   We will engage in consistent and interactive communication.
    6.   We will ensure a safe and civil environment that is responsive to the needs of our diverse community.
    7.   We will attract, recruit, develop and retain high-quality professional staff.

Our Core Values:

Relationships. Innovation. Excellence.

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Staff Quality, Recruitment, and Retention

Staff Quality, Recruitment, and Retention Summary

All Rockwall ISD teachers and instructional paraprofessionals meet the highly qualified standard set forth by the Every Student Succeeds Act. This includes
all instructional paraprofessionals at all campuses. This distinction is one that the District has claimed for the past eight consecutive years.

Recruitment of certified, highly qualified and effective personnel is an on-going process rather than a singular or time-phased event. From District
participation and representation at both in and out-of-state recruitment fairs and District job fairs, our efforts are continuous to identify and attract the highest
quality individuals within the job market. Coupled with our own District job fair which annually attracts 500+ candidates, to participating in the Region 10
Teacher Job Network and other North Central Texas Association of School Personnel Administrators functions, we are continually seeking better ways to
create awareness about our destination district for educator prospects. With the emergence of new opportunities through social media, i.e., Twitter,
FaceBook, etc., our Human Resources Department is becoming an industry leader in recruiting and then retaining the highest qualified staff available.

The retention rate of professional staff within our District are far greater than the State average. Although our progressive community boasts of many
features that are particularly attractive to professional families, it is perhaps our commitment to support the success of our new teachers and staff through
such programs as B.E.S.T. that secure their commitment to stay once they receive gainful employment. The B.E.S.T. program stands for Beginning
Educators and Successful Teachers. This program provides special training and encouragement to those staff members new to the profession and our
district. This program extends from the district level to the campus for additional support. Each new teacher is assigned a campus mentor to provide this
ongoing support. Teachers are also supported by their collaborative teams in their first year and beyond.

Professional learning is designed in response to student performance data and staff surveys of needs and interests. We utilize professional learning days in
two ways, campus-led and district-led. Campus leadership teams design their own professional learning for the campus-led days to meet the unique needs of
their campus teachers and students. District content coordinators and other instructional specialists design the district-led days. There are full days as well as
several early release days that are used to enhance professional learning through collaboration on curriculum, instruction and/or analyzing data and student
work to make better informed instructional decisions.

In order to ensure the professional learning is job-embedded and continuous, support staff have been trained in Instructional Coaching. There are
Instructional Coaches on each elementary campus as well as one math Instructional Coach at the middle school level. The Instructional Technology
Specialists, Library Media Specialists, English as Second Language Specialists, and GT Specialists, serving on all campuses, are also equipped to assist
teachers through coaching by supporting instruction. Each campus also has the Professional Learning Community framework in which teachers collaborate
and make instructional decisions.

Staff Quality, Recruitment, and Retention Strengths

Consistently, RISD teachers meet the standard set forth by “Every Student Succeeds Act” and instructional paraprofessionals are highly qualified.
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Our recruitment process out-performs the typical. Our District Job fair is one of the most attended in the Region and our use of social media continues to
attract the most qualified staff in the area. This yields another strength: retention rates of our staff. From our BEST program which supports beginning
educators to our continuous support of the professional in the classroom, RISD professional staff is the strength of our district.

RISD requires campuses to conduct instructional rounds periodically throughout the year. These instructional rounds are teacher led observations using
certain protocols to reflect and improve the craft of teaching, based on best practices research.

RISD utilizes Instructional Coaches at the elementary level. These Instructional Coaches provide assistance to teachers in implementing the curriculum,
instructional strategies and technology.

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Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Summary

Our curriculum and instruction department continues to provide a guaranteed and viable curriculum for students to have equal access to curriculum in every
classroom, on every campus. Teachers have access to Unit Overviews, Pacing Guides, Year at a Glace documents, and Campus Common Assessments
(CCAs) that are collaboratively written with teacher curriculum design teams and the content curriculum coordinator. Our curriuclum design teams have
developed a curriuclum for the core content areas that is written by teachers from each campus in the district. The curriculum design team and the curriculum
coordinator also create Campus Common Assessments (CCAs), that can be given at the end of each unit. The data from the CCAs is used by the PLC to
guide instruction for the next unit and create a common focus on essential standards. The curriuclum and instruction team also provide two Curriculum
Based Assessments (CBAs), one in the fall and one in the spring, in order to provide feedback of the quality and effectiveness of our written curriculum.

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Parent and Community Engagement

Parent and Community Engagement Summary

Rockwall ISD provides opportunites for parents and community members to become involved in public schools. Across the district, campuses enlist parent
support with programs such as Aim for Success, Anti-Bullying Programs, Campus Communication, Campus Improvement Committee, Father Programs,
Honor Flight, PTA, Red Ribbon Week, Rock Solid Character, Shattered Dreams, Spanish-Speaking Liaison, and Tutoring/Mentoring.

Community partners include Boys & Girls Club, Chick-Fil-A Core Essentials Program, Helping Hands, Juvenile Services, Kiwanis Club of Rockwall,
Rockwall Breakfast Rotary Club (coat drive), Rockwall County Library (GED program), Rockwall Noon Rotary Club (mentors), Student Resource Officers
(Rockwall PD, Rowlett PD, Fate DPS) Toyota of Rockwall (endowments), the YMCA, YoungLife (Younglives) and Kroger (free school supplies).

District programs and partnerships, such as the following, increase student success: Communities In Schools, Early Head Start Program, School Health
Advisory Committee, Serenity High School, Students Serving Others Day, Summer Food Service Program, Adult English Classes, Head Start Program, Pre-
Kindergarten Program, ROCK After-School Program, Homebound Services, McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Program, Pregnancy-Related
Services, Pathways to Success, Foster Care Services, Military-Dependent Services, and Deferred Action Assistance.

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Technology

Technology Summary

Rockwall ISD has made a commitment to enhance the value of education through the infusion of technology into the instructional environment. Our
Strategic Plan focuses on high levels of technology integration across the district to provide relevant and engaging learning experiences for all students.
Technology is available to teachers and students throughout the day. Teachers are issued a laptop for use with planning, instruction, analyzing student data,
record keeping and professional learning. In the classrooms, the current model for teacher technology is an interactive projector or flat panel and a document
camera. At the elementary level, each classroom has 10 student devices in a charging station, as well as iPads that are shared between classes. At the
secondary level, there are laptop and iPad carts shared between classes. Rockwall ISD’s infrastructure has been maintained and upgraded on a regular basis
through local district and bond funds.

Google’s Education Suite is provided to all staff and students as a way to collaborate and communicate. High school students have access to district provided
email accounts to increase their ability to communicate professionally with their teachers, peers, and the community. Google Classroom is a learning
management system provided through Google’s Education Suite that teachers across the district are using to distribute material and collect assignments
electronically. The district expects teachers to integrate technology into their lessons to enhance instruction, motivate students, and provide practice in using
digital tools for our students. In order to support that expectation, the district provides campus-based technicians to maintain and repair equipment.
Instructional Technology Specialists work with students, teachers and staff on campus to support the integration of technology tools in the classroom and
provide training on hardware, software and digital tools. Library Media Specialists work with students, teachers and staff to promote all types of literacy,
research skills, and provide copyright and digital citizenship expertise and training.

Technology Strengths

Instructional Technology surveys teachers, staff and administrators yearly to determine areas of focus in training and professional learning for each campus.
Instructional Technology Specialists meet regularly with campus principals to ensure that technology integration and support aligns with Campus
Improvement Goals. Rockwall ISD has an identified scope and sequence for each student through the eighth grade that focuses on internet safety, digital
citizenship and copyright. Each campus library has a makerspace area that helps promote skills such as creativity, problem solving, computational thinking,
innovative designing and collaborating. Teachers and students use the Google Suite for Education, which includes an online classroom platform, to foster a
collaborative learning environment and transform their learning through the use of technology.

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Comprehensive Needs Assessment Data Documentation
The following data were used to verify the comprehensive needs assessment analysis:
Improvement Planning Data
        District goals
        Campus goals
        Current and/or prior year(s) campus and/or district improvement plans
        State and federal planning requirements
Accountability Data
        Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) data
        Domain 1 - Student Achievement
        Domain 2 - Student Progress
        Domain 3 - Closing the Gaps
        PBMAS data
Student Data: Assessments
        State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) current and longitudinal results, including all versions
        STAAR End-of-Course current and longitudinal results, including all versions
        STAAR EL Progress Measure data
        Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS) results
        Advanced Placement (AP) and/or International Baccalaureate (IB) assessment data
        SAT and/or ACT assessment data
        PSAT and/or ASPIRE
Student Data: Student Groups
        Race and ethnicity data, including number of students, academic achievement, discipline, attendance, and rates of progress for each group
        Special Programs data, including number of students, academic achievement, discipline, attendance, and rates of progress for each student group
        Economically Disadvantaged / Non-economically disadvantaged performance, progress, and participation data,
        Special education population, including performance, discipline, progress, and participation data
        EL or LEP data, including academic achievement, progress, support and accommodation needs, race, ethnicity, gender, etc.
        Career and Technical Education (CTE) data, including academic achievement, progress, program growth, race, ethnicity, gender, etc.
        Section 504 data
        Gifted and talented data
Student Data: Behavior and Other Indicators
        Completion rates and/or graduation rates data
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Annual dropout rate data
        Attendance data
Employee Data
        Professional development needs assessment data

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Goals
Goal 1: Rockwall ISD will ensure consistent instructional processes to achieve and maintain high performance for all
learners.
Performance Objective 1: Ensure a quality PK-12 Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum that is aligned to what is written in the TEKS and assesses mastery of
the TEKS to ensure optimal student performance.

        Evaluation Data Source(s) 1: Improved student achievement across all grade levels and campuses.

        Summative Evaluation 1:

                                                                                                                                                              Reviews
                   Strategy Description                                Monitor                  Strategy's Expected Result/Impact                      Formative    Summative
                                                                                                                                                     Dec Feb Apr      June
 1) Conduct District Improvement Plan monitoring meetings        Curriculum &           Meeting agendas and increased capacity for learning and
 with Curriculum and Instruction team quarterly.                 Instruction Leadership leading
                                                                 Team
 2) Provide assessments and interventions for each               Curriculum &           Campus Common Assessments in Aware, allocation of
 content/grade level that directly address the needs for that    Instruction Leadership resources, use of Lead4Ward documents, Lead4Ward training
 grade level.                                                    team                   schedule
                                                                  Funding Sources: 255 - Title II Funds - 13800.00
 3) Collaborate with teachers in Curriculum Design Teams to      Curriculum             Year-at-a-Glance and Pacing Guides loaded into Forethought
 review and revise sequence of units and update Year-at-a-       Coordinators
 Glance and Pacing Guide as needed.
 4) Provide district curriculum based assessments (CBAs) on Curriculum                 Demonstrate growth on STAAR.
 STAAR tested grade levels aligned to the state assessments for Coordinators
 teachers and coordinators to use and review data for feedback
 on the curriculum and instruction process.
 5) Provide professional learning opportunities which increase   Executive Director of Improved Tier 1 instruction
 collaboration and participation of special education and        Curriculum and
 general education teachers, promote educator effectiveness,     Instruction; Elementary
 enhance knowledge of curriculum, and model student              and Secondary
 centered, best practices in teaching and learning.              Coordinators; Federal
                                                                 Programs Coordinator
                                                                 Funding Sources: 255 - Title II Funds - 44100.00

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6) Host Title I Parent Meeting to involve parents in the        Federal Programs       Improved performance on STAAR at Title I schools.
 decision making process by reviewing the campus needs           Coordinator
 assessment, campus improvement plans, home-school
                                                                 Funding Sources: 211 - Title I Funds - 12000.00
 compacts, and parent involvement polices.
 7) Continue to support implementation and delivery of           Elementary ELAR        Increased performance in literacy at the elementary level.
 Balanced Literacy to emphasize Reading workshop, Writing        Coordinator
 workshop, Word Study and Guided Reading/small group
 instruction.
 8) Continue professional learning and support for K-6 grade     Elementary ELA         Professional learning agendas and plans
 teachers in the implementation of the Units of Study for        Coordinator
 Writing to increase student writing performance.
 9) Support teachers in the implementation of universal          Elementary and        Increase in universal screener data results and EOY scores
 screeners for PK-8 students and use of data to provide          Secondary math
 interventions for students scoring below grade level.           coordinator,
                                                                 Elementary and
                                                                 Secondary ELAR
                                                                 coordinator,
                                                                 Instructional Coaches
                                                                 Funding Sources: 255 - Title II Funds - 31278.00
 10) Rockwall ISD will coordinate, consult, and provide          Federal Programs      Expenditure Reports, Affirmations and equitable services
 equitable services for Private Nonprofit schools with federal   Coordinator           worksheet
 funds.                                                          Funding Sources: 255 - Title II Funds - 5642.00
 11) Ensure aligned Pre-Kindergarten curriculum, progress        Early Childhood        Expenditure Reports from High Quality Pre-K Grant, and Local
 monitoring, intervention and enriching experiences for all Pre- Coordinator            Pre-K Funds, Progress-Monitoring Reports, Early Childhood
 K classrooms which include Head Start, Tuition Pre-K, and                              Parent Camp
 Qualifying Pre-K programs.
 12) Teacher leaders will be equipped with tools and techniques Curriculum and    Quality conversations and plans for effective instruction and
 from professional learning within Curriculum Design Teams Instruction department intervention for students based on data they have collected and
 to lead PLC discussions leading to focused, data-driven                          analyzed.
 instruction and intervention.

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Goal 1: Rockwall ISD will ensure consistent instructional processes to achieve and maintain high performance for all learners.

Performance Objective 2: Rockwall Independent School District students will increase their Masters Grade Level performance by 5 % on all STAAR/EOC
scores.

        Evaluation Data Source(s) 2: STAAR and EOC Masters Grade Level scores increase by 5% in each content area.

        Summative Evaluation 2:

                                                                                                                                                                    Reviews
                   Strategy Description                                 Monitor                    Strategy's Expected Result/Impact                         Formative    Summative
                                                                                                                                                           Dec Feb Apr      June
 1) Provide quality professional learning to teachers throughout Curriculum &           Schedule of professional learning, utilization of strategies
 the year that address TEKS, instructional strategies and        Instruction Leadership observed in classrooms
 literacy that support students reaching Masters Grade Level. Team
 2) Provide quality Campus Common Assessments (CCAs) and Curriculum &             Increase student performance across grade levels and campuses.
 District Curriculum Based Assessments (CBAs) for teachers Instruction Leadership
 and coordinators to use and review data to evaluate the   Team
 curriculum and instruction process in RISD.
 3) Coordinators and campus administrators will work with         Executive Director of Increase in STAAR EOC scores
 each grade level to identify their essential standards and       Curriculum and
 support student mastery of TEKS by reinforcing a guaranteed      Instruction, Campus
 and viable curriculum.                                           Principals, Curriculum
                                                                  Coordinators
 4) All K-6 science classes will be aligned to the TEKS           Elementary Science     Classroom observation of student investigation aligned to these
 designated percentages of time for students' active              Coordinator            percentages of instructional time: Gr. K-1 80%; Gr. 2-3 60%,
 investigational minutes, utilizing appropriate rigor and depth                          Gr 4-5 50%; Gr 6 40%.
 as evaluated by classroom observation and planning                                      Improved student understanding as evidenced by higher
 documents.                                                                              processing skill scores on CBAs and STAAR assessments.

 5) Implement district science PLCs in 3rd and 4th grades to      Elementary science     Greater alignment in observed and assessed science instruction.
 increase standardization of science instruction to support       coordinator            Increasing supporting STAAR standards on 5th grade science
 alignment to 5th grade science STAAR                                                    STAAR..

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Goal 1: Rockwall ISD will ensure consistent instructional processes to achieve and maintain high performance for all learners.

Performance Objective 3: Rockwall Independent School District will increase Special Education and EL student growth performance on STAAR.

        Evaluation Data Source(s) 3: Increase student progress of standards identified in a special program.

        Summative Evaluation 3:

                                                                                                                                                                     Reviews
                   Strategy Description                                 Monitor                    Strategy's Expected Result/Impact                          Formative    Summative
                                                                                                                                                            Dec Feb Apr      June
 1) Screen for potential migrant students and attend an annual Federal Program           Priority of Service Reports
 "Identification and Recruitment Training" offered by the ESC Coordinator                Migrant Survey
 10.
 2) Analyze STAAR and District Curriculum Based                  Elementary and          Improved student performance on STAAR/EOC
 Assessments for trends and patterns, identifying and            Secondary
 addressing lowest SE performance by student group to            Coordinators
 improve Tier I instruction.
 3) Support campus intervention strategies and programs with     Chief Academic            Increase student success, increased number of students exiting
 resources, including dyslexia services.                         Officer, Executive        from dyslexia services, expanded use of sheltered/co-teach
                                                                 Director of Special       classroom models
                                                                 Programs, all
                                                                 Coordinators.
 4) Provide teachers, including CTE teachers, with access to     ESL and ELAR              Increase in EL, Sped, 504 performance; effective
 necessary literacy resources and strategies (for EL, Sped, 504 coordinators, campus implementation of ELPS strategies and linguistic
 students) to address student's individual needs.                ESL teachers, EL          accommodations, higher CTE EOC scores.
                                                                 Instructional Specialist,
                                                                 ELAR department
                                                                 chairs, Special
                                                                 Programs/504
                                                                 specialists, Executive
                                                                 Director of Special
                                                                 Programs, Executive
                                                                 Director of CTE, and
                                                                 CTE coordinator
 5) Offer special programs for Title I schools, such as: Science Federal Programs          Program attendance, STAAR results
 Camp, PK transition night, and additional support staff.        Coordinator, Title I
                                                                 Principals
                                                                 Funding Sources: 211 - Title I Funds - 855131.00

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6) Discuss and collaborate with administration and teachers to Homeless Liaison, and Meeting agendas and intervention plans
 identify and develop effective intervention plans for students, Foster Care Liaison
 including McKinney-Vento and Foster Care students.              Funding Sources: 211 - Title I Funds - 3000.00
 7) ELAR Coordinators will support and train teachers to         Elementary and          Writing samples, portfolios, benchmark and STAAR
 analyze student writing to assess progress on each genre (i.e   Secondary ELAR          performance
 narrative, informative, and persuasive).                        Coordinators

 8) Continue to support district-wide implementation of Wilson Elementary ELAR     Decrease number of students requiring intervention
 Fundations Phonics program for struggling learners in grades Coordinator,
 K-2 and Leveled Literacy Intervention program in 2nd grade. Instructional Coaches
 9) Special Programs Leadership team will meet with each        Executive Director of Targeted support for students enrolled in special programs.
 campus principal to review their data and solicit feedback on  Special Programs,
 needs.                                                         Chief Academic
                                                                Officer of Elementary
 10) Foster collaboration between the Special Programs team Executive Director for Increase the percentage of students meeting the STAAR
 and the Curriculum & Instruction team to support teachers.     Curriculum and            Progress Measure
                                                                Instruction, Executive Greater alignment in instructional practices and strategies in all
                                                                Director of Special       programs
                                                                Programs
                    Critical Success Factors                    Executive Director of Special Programs 504 Handbook, 504 Paperwork audits
                       CSF 1 CSF 2 CSF 7                        Special Programs,
                                                                Director of Special
 11) Refine the 504 processes and procedures for campus staff Programs, Elementary
 and personnel.                                                 and Secondary
                                                                Coordinator of
                                                                Instructional Delivery
 12) Require that newly hired elementary teachers have or       EL Coordinator;           Certifications
 obtain ESL certification within their first year of employment Executive Director of
 in the district.                                               Curriculum and
                                                                Instruction, Executive
                                                                Director of Human
                                                                Resources
 13) Utilize services of Title III elementary ESL Specialist at EL Coordinator,           Title III ESL Specialist schedule of services provided to each
 elementary campuses to support job embedded professional       District EL               campus
 learning.                                                      Instructional specialist,
                                                                Elementary Principals
                                                                 Funding Sources: 263 - Title III Funds - 35200.00
 14) Continue implementation of Esperanza with at-risk          EL  Coordinator, EL       Esperanza screeners and progress monitoring reports; Imagine
 students in bilingual kindergarten and first grade and         Instructional Specialist, Learning progress monitoring reports and
 implement Imagine Learning (English acquisition program)       Elementary ESL            participation/feedback from campus ESL specialists
 for newcomers/beginner level ELs at the elementary             specialists, Bilingual
 campuses.                                                      teachers and principals
                                                                 Funding Sources: 263 - Title III Funds - 4000.00

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15) Perform local audit of EL folders to ensure consistent EL      EL Coordinator,       Campus visits will be randomly selected so that approximately
 documentation and compliance with TEA requirements.                Campus ESL            4-8 EL folders will be reviewed at each visit. A district checklist
                                                                    specialists, Campus   will be used to review each of the selected folders. Feedback
                                                                    principals            provided to campus principals
 16) Continue to offer Adult ESL classes to the                     EL Coordinator, Adult Attendance sheets, lesson plans
 parents/guardians of English Learners in the district.             ESL teachers
                                                                    Funding Sources: 263 - Title III Funds - 12000.00
 17) Verify accurate PEIMS coding of all CTE students.              CTE Executive         Accurate and appropriate PEIMS coding, higher PBMAS scores
                                                                    Director              on CTE performance on EOC
 18) Provide support for 8th grade social studies teachers,         Secondary Social      Agendas for professional learning, individual teacher meetings,
 including instructional strategies, resources and modeling         Studies Coordinator   classroom observations, increase in STAAR social studies
 instruction, to differentiate instruction for targeted students in                       scores
 social studies classrooms.
 19) District Bilingual Instructional Coach to provide support    Executive Director of District Bilingual Instructional Coach's schedule of services
 for bilingual teachers, including modeling instruction and       Curriculum and          provided to each campus
 providing resources to support differentiation with English      Instruction, EL
 Learners.                                                        Coordinator, principals
                                                                  at bilingual campuses
                                                                  Funding Sources: 263 - Title III Funds - 32500.00, 211 - Title I Funds - 32500.00

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Goal 1: Rockwall ISD will ensure consistent instructional processes to achieve and maintain high performance for all learners.

Performance Objective 4: Rockwall ISD students will increase performance at the Masters Grade Level in literacy by 5% as measured in STAAR/EOC
through a continuation of the District-wide Targeted Literacy Program.

        Evaluation Data Source(s) 4: Increased performance at the Masters Grade Level.

        Summative Evaluation 4:

                                                                                                                                                               Reviews
                  Strategy Description                               Monitor                  Strategy's Expected Result/Impact                         Formative    Summative
                                                                                                                                                      Dec Feb Apr      June
 1) Monitor implementation of literacy strategies in classrooms All Coordinators     Increase in literacy success for all content areas
 through data walk/walkthroughs and instructional rounds
 feedback.
 2) Authentic literacy practices will be embedded regularly in Elementary and        Increased student written communication citing evidence from
 science classes utilizing the Interactive Read Aloud and the  Secondary Science     active investigations.
 SPICE/CER frameworks as evidenced by students                 Coordinators          Increased student scores on process standards involving
 demonstrating clear communication of new learning from their                        drawing conclusions and using evidence to support their
 investigations.                                                                     thinking.

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Goal 1: Rockwall ISD will ensure consistent instructional processes to achieve and maintain high performance for all learners.

Performance Objective 5: Rockwall ISD will increase the percentage of post-secondary readiness indicators in Quartile 1 for state accountability purposes
by 50%.

        Evaluation Data Source(s) 5: Participation and performance of students in the GT program, AP, Dual Credit , IB courses, or students earning
        CTE certifications will increase.

        Summative Evaluation 5:

                                                                                                                                                        Reviews
                  Strategy Description                              Monitor                   Strategy's Expected Result/Impact                  Formative    Summative
                                                                                                                                               Dec Feb Apr      June
 1) Sustain support for UT OnRamps Program at the two high     Advanced Academics Enrollment and performance in OnRamps courses.
 schools.                                                      Coordinator

 2) Continue to increase dual enrollment/credit options for    Executive Director of Increased enrollment in OnRamps and College College
 students through UT Onramps courses or Collin College dual    CTE, Advanced         coursework.
 credit courses.                                               Academics Coordinator
                   Critical Success Factors                    Executive Director of Student enrollment in dual credit courses at GBCCA.
                             CSF 4                             CTE
 3) Continue to develop our relationship with Collin College
 and continue to offer a TSI testing center in RISD.
 4) Advanced Academics Improvement Committee (AAIC)               Advanced Academics Meeting agendas, AP/IB/OnRamps exam results
 will be formed and tasked with creating district action plans to Coordinator
 improve performance of all Advanced Academics Programs.
 5) Increase student performance on PSAT/NMSQT by            Advanced Academics Increase in number of Rockwall ISD students receiving
 expanding and delivering Rockwall ISD Superintendent        Coordinator        recognition from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
 Scholars program for high performing high school sophomores
 and juniors.
 6) Utilize parent meetings and other resources to develop   Advanced Academics Parent meetings, vertical plans and resources
 vertical articulation for services to GT students K- 12.    Coordinator, GT
                                                             Coordinator
 7) Refine plan to address GT needs and increase performance Advanced Academics Plan for middle school GT program
 and academic support of GT students in secondary courses by Coordinator, GT
 developing middle school gifted program.                    Coordinator

 8) Identified Gifted and Talented students will improve Master Gifted Talented       Increase in STAAR scores
 Grade Level performance on STAAR by 3%.                        Coordinator, Advanced
                                                                Academics Coordinator

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9) SAGE teachers will support grade level GT cluster teachers G/T Coordinator          Differentiation strategies utilized; support schedules
 in meeting the able learners through differentiation.
 10) SAGE teachers will support and guide classroom teachers G/T Coordinator            Curriculum compacting lessons
 implementing Curriculum Compacting based on individual
 student need.
 11) GT Coordinator and SAGE teachers will disaggregate GT G/T Coordinator              Data tables; CEAS Achieve Data
 identification qualifiers to track student growth and share data
 with students and general ed teachers to address needs of
 students.
 12) Refine programming, staffing and scheduling for higher      Executive Director of Academy Program Plans; Collin College Articulation; Eastfield
 education matriculation for College and Career Academy.         CTE, Chief Academic College Articulation; UT Austin Dual Credit Engineer Your
                                                                 Officer for Secondary World Articulation
 13) Increase student certifications in CTE courses, including   Executive Director of Increase certification test completion and pass rate by 5%
 Microsoft Word certifications for middle school students in     CTE; CTE Coordinator
 BIM and high school student certification in Adobe Photoshop
 in Advanced AV, Graphic Design, Digital Media, and
 Engineering.
 14) Increase Advanced Engineering student certification pass   Executive Director of Increase certification test pass rate by 5%.
 rate for MasterCam, Solid Works, and Architectural Revit.      CTE; CTE
                                                                Coordinator; GBCCA
                                                                STEM instructors
 15) By the end of February, 2018, each Kindergarten class will GT Coordinator        SEAS Report
 have participated in planned experiences designed to identify
 GT and able learners.
 16) Maintain 100% of IB personnel completing Category 1         Campus IB              Training certificates
 training and 25% will have completed additional training for    Coordinator, IB
 five year compliance.                                           Coordinator

 17) 80% of eligible students will graduate with IBD and the   Campus IB                Graduate transcripts and IB enrollment
 programme will maintain an enrollment of at least 40 students Coordinator, IB
 per high school campus.                                       Coordinator

 18) Expand student enrollment in IB classes through expanded Campus IB                 Increased numbers of students enrolled in the IB Program.
 student access via the IB certificate program at district high Coordinator, IB
 schools.                                                       Coordinator

 19) Continue to expand the implementation of the AVID         AVID District Director Summer Institute attendance records, AVID Certification
 College Readiness System's foundation tools (organization,                           documentation, classroom observations
 goal setting, note-taking, and time management) and learning
 support structure (WICOR) in core content classrooms on the
 secondary campuses to ensure equal access to rigorous courses
 and that all students are equipped for post-secondary
 opportunities.

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Goal 2: Rockwall Independent School District will ensure a safe and civil environment that is responsive to the needs of our
diverse community.

Performance Objective 1: The District will maintain an exemplary District-wide attendance rate of 96% or above for all students and student groups.

        Evaluation Data Source(s) 1: Texas Education Agency's Texas Academic Performance Report

        Summative Evaluation 1:

                                                                                                                                                                 Reviews
                  Strategy Description                               Monitor                  Strategy's Expected Result/Impact                           Formative    Summative
                                                                                                                                                        Dec Feb Apr      June
 1) Ensure that campus PEIMS data reflects accurate PEIMS    Director of Student &   PEIMS Report
 absence codes.                                              Family Services,
                                                             PEIMS clerks and
                                                             PEIMS coordinator.
 2) Continue Truancy Intervention Program at secondary       Director of Student &   Attendance logs, exemplary attendance rates, final report to
 campuses.                                                   Family Services and     Board
                                                             District Truancy
                                                             Specialist
 3) Continue implementation of attendance program at all     Director of Student &   Suppression rate of less than 10% for all campuses; reduction in
 campuses.                                                   Family Services and     continued truancy after interventions; exemplary attendance
                                                             District Truancy        rates
                                                             Specialist

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Goal 2: Rockwall Independent School District will ensure a safe and civil environment that is responsive to the needs of our diverse community.

Performance Objective 2: The District will maintain a dropout rate of less than 0.4% for the District as a whole and less than 1.6% for each subgroup.

        Evaluation Data Source(s) 2: Texas Education Agency's Texas Academic Performance Report

        Summative Evaluation 2:

                                                                                                                                                          Reviews
                  Strategy Description                              Monitor                Strategy's Expected Result/Impact                       Formative    Summative
                                                                                                                                                 Dec Feb Apr      June
 1) Continue Dropout Recovery Teams prior to TEA Leaver     Director of Student & PEIMS Leaver Report; final campus dropout/completion reports
 submission.                                                Family Services

 2) Continue care team meetings throughout school year to   Director of Student   Final dropout report; documentation of SSI meetings
 determine best placement for struggling students.          &Family Services;
                                                            Truancy Specialist;
                                                            Campus Principals

                                                   = Accomplished           = Continue/Modify          = No Progress           = Discontinue

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Goal 2: Rockwall Independent School District will ensure a safe and civil environment that is responsive to the needs of our diverse community.

Performance Objective 3: The District will maintain a completion rate of 97% or above for all student groups and for the District as a whole.

        Evaluation Data Source(s) 3: Texas Education Agency's Texas Academic Performance Report

        Summative Evaluation 3:

                                                                                                                                                   Reviews
                  Strategy Description                             Monitor               Strategy's Expected Result/Impact                  Formative    Summative
                                                                                                                                          Dec Feb Apr      June
 1) Continue Dropout Recovery Teams                        Director of Student   TAPR report with final completion data
                                                           &Family Services;
                                                           Campus Principals
 2) Ensure that PEIMS coordinator is working with campus   Director of Student   203 Leaver Report; final TAPR report
 staff to update Mover/Leaver data.                        &Family Services;
                                                           PEIMS Coordinator

                                                  = Accomplished          = Continue/Modify           = No Progress       = Discontinue

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Goal 2: Rockwall Independent School District will ensure a safe and civil environment that is responsive to the needs of our diverse community.

Performance Objective 4: The District will continue to implement student health and welfare programs for students and parents at all campuses.

        Evaluation Data Source(s) 4: Documentation of parent education forum

        Summative Evaluation 4:

                                                                                                                                                                   Reviews
                  Strategy Description                                Monitor                    Strategy's Expected Result/Impact                          Formative    Summative
                                                                                                                                                          Dec Feb Apr      June
 1) Host Parent Education Forum addressing student welfare      Director of Guidance & Campus Improvement Plans
 and safety topics.                                             Counseling

 2) Each campus will complete student activities related to     Campus counselors       Campus Improvement Plans
 student safety and meeting the social/emotional learning needs
 of all students.
 3) Integration of Coordinated School Health Program at each     Physical                Coordinated health plans at each elementary and middle school
 elementary and middle school campus.                            Education/Health        campus
                                                                 Coordinator
 4) A Peer Mentoring/Mediation program that focuses on peer Chief of Student
 relations and responses to conflict will be developed at each   Service, Director of
 traditional high school campus.                                 Student Services,
                                                                 identified campus AP's.
 5) Creation of "Ignite" program that will establish a means for Chief of Student        Students and adults having meaningful and purposeful
 the men in Rockwall, Tx/Rockwall ISD to develop purposeful      Services, Director of   conversations that lead to a city-wide shift in how adults and
 relationships with their own children and the fatherless        Student  Services,      children interact.
 children in Rockwall ISD.                                       District Social Worker,
                                                                 District Crisis
                                                                 Counselor.

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Goal 2: Rockwall Independent School District will ensure a safe and civil environment that is responsive to the needs of our diverse community.

Performance Objective 5: The District will continue to implement the Student Code of Conduct, addressing bullying, harassment, and sexual harassment.

        Evaluation Data Source(s) 5: PEIMS data, stay-away agreements, and transfers

        Summative Evaluation 5:

                                                                                                                                                                      Reviews
                   Strategy Description                                 Monitor                    Strategy's Expected Result/Impact                           Formative    Summative
                                                                                                                                                             Dec Feb Apr      June
 1) Each campus will have a bullying objective in the campus      Campus principal        Campus Improvement Plan
 improvement plan.
 2) Training for all campus staff on bullying prevention and      Executive Director of Campus Improvement Plan; documentation from SafeSchools
 intervention.                                                    Human Resources

 3) Continue to monitor bullying reporting link on the District   Director of Student   Email documentation
 website.                                                         &Family Services;
                                                                  campus principals and
                                                                  assistant principals.
 4) Legal updates for campus principals and assistant principals Chief Administrative Surveys, meeting attendance, PEIMS data
 will be conducted four times during the school year to address Officers
 the legal aspects of student discipline and other issues related
 to student/family services.
 5) The District will purchase an established set of documents    Director of Student   True identification of actual cases of bullying vs. identification
 that will help campus administrators in the investigation and    Services, campus      of actual cases of non-bullying/inappropriate student behavior.
 communication of alleged bullying incidents on district          principals and campus
 campuses.                                                        AP's.

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State Compensatory

Budget for District Improvement Plan:

                  Account Code                                                 Account Title                       Budget
 6100 Payroll Costs
 199 E 23 6116 32 699 0 24 000         6116 Extra Duty Stipend - Locally Defined                                      $5,000.00
 199 E 31 6116 32 699 0 24 000         6116 Extra Duty Stipend - Locally Defined                                      $3,000.00
 199 E 33 6116 31 699 0 24 000         6116 Extra Duty Stipend - Locally Defined                                      $2,000.00
 199 E 33 6116 32 699 0 24 000         6116 Extra Duty Stipend - Locally Defined                                      $5,000.00
 199 E 23 6116 31 699 0 24 000         6116 Extra Duty Stipend - Locally Defined                                      $1,000.00
 199 E 13 6119 00 856 0 24 000         6119 Salaries or Wages - Teachers and Other Professional Personnel           $80,072.34
 199 E 21 6119 00 856 0 24 000         6119 Salaries or Wages - Teachers and Other Professional Personnel           $83,439.36
 199 E 12 6121 31 699 0 24 000         6121 Extra Duty Pay/Overtime - Support Personnel                               $2,000.00
 199 E 13 6141 00 856 0 24 000         6141 Social Security/Medicare                                                  $1,161.05
 199 E 21 6141 00 856 0 24 000         6141 Social Security/Medicare                                                  $1,209.87
 199 E 13 6142 00 856 0 24 000         6142 Group Health and Life Insurance                                              $13.56
 199 E 21 6142 00 856 0 24 000         6142 Group Health and Life Insurance                                           $4,555.56
 199 E 13 6143 00 856 0 24 000         6143 Workers' Compensation                                                       $281.85
 199 E 21 6143 00 856 0 24 000         6143 Workers' Compensation                                                       $293.71
 199 E 23 6143 31 699 0 24 000         6143 Workers' Compensation                                                       $-43.65
 199 E 23 6143 32 699 0 24 000         6143 Workers' Compensation                                                       $-21.83
 199 E 13 6144 00 856 0 24 000         6144 Teacher Retirement/TRS Care - On Behalf Payment                           $4,864.33
 199 E 21 6144 00 856 0 24 000         6144 Teacher Retirement/TRS Care - On Behalf Payment                             $834.39
 199 E 11 6146 00 113 0 24 000         6146 Teacher Retirement/TRS Care                                               $2,473.39
 199 E 11 6146 00 114 0 24 000         6146 Teacher Retirement/TRS Care                                                 $604.75
 199 E 13 6146 00 856 0 24 000         6146 Teacher Retirement/TRS Care                                               $2,718.09

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199 E 21 6146 00 856 0 24 000           6146 Teacher Retirement/TRS Care                                $7,384.39
 199 E 11 6146 00 111 0 24 000           6146 Teacher Retirement/TRS Care                                $3,812.66
 199 E 11 6146 00 112 0 24 000           6146 Teacher Retirement/TRS Care                                $1,362.68
                                                                                  6100 Subtotal:      $213,016.50

 6200 Professional and Contracted Services
 199 E 11 6299 00 042 0 24 000           6299 Miscellaneous Contracted Services                            $500.00
 199 E 13 6299 00 043 0 24 000           6299 Miscellaneous Contracted Services                          $9,000.00
                                                                                  6200 Subtotal:         $9,500.00

 6300 Supplies and Services
 199 E 11 6329 00 108 0 24 000           6329 Reading Materials                                          $1,475.00
 199 E 11 6329 00 112 0 24 000           6329 Reading Materials                                          $1,560.00
 199 E 11 6329 00 113 0 24 000           6329 Reading Materials                                            $500.00
 199 E 13 6329 00 043 0 24 000           6329 Reading Materials                                          $3,640.00
 199 E 31 6339 00 108 0 24 000           6339 Testing Materials                                            $200.00
 199 E 11 6397 00 001 0 24 000           6397 Other Equipment - Locally Defined                            $500.00
 199 E 11 6397 00 004 0 24 000           6397 Other Equipment - Locally Defined                            $785.00
 199 E 11 6397 00 042 0 24 000           6397 Other Equipment - Locally Defined                          $4,000.00
 199 E 11 6397 00 044 0 24 000           6397 Other Equipment - Locally Defined                          $3,600.00
 199 E 11 6399 00 108 0 24 000           6399 General Supplies                                           $3,000.00
 199 E 11 6399 00 110 0 24 000           6399 General Supplies                                           $1,840.00
 199 E 11 6399 00 112 0 24 000           6399 General Supplies                                           $1,305.00
 199 E 11 6399 00 113 0 24 000           6399 General Supplies                                           $6,620.00
 199 E 11 6399 00 114 0 24 000           6399 General Supplies                                           $2,480.00
 199 E 11 6399 31 699 0 24 000           6399 General Supplies                                           $5,000.00
 199 E 11 6399 00 001 0 24 000           6399 General Supplies                                           $6,975.00
 199 E 11 6399 00 001 0 24 790           6399 General Supplies                                             $500.00
Rockwall Independent School District                                                                 District #199-901
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