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House Bill 5 Community and Student Engagement (CaSE) Ratings

Under House Bill 5, 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: 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; and Educational programs for gifted and talented students.

Below are the links to the 2016-2017 CaSE Ratings:

Under House Bill 2804, the district, as well as each campus, must select 3 Community and Student Engagement programs to evaluate and assign a letter grade for each selected program as well as an overall letter grade that will be included for the 2017-2018 accountability purposes.

Below are the links to the 2017-2018 district and campus programs and criteria for evaluation. (Note: reporting requirements for community and student engagement ratings have been repealed by House Bill 22 (85th Texas Legislature, 2017) beginning with the 2017–18 school year.)