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Curriculum Indicators

CORE COMMITMENT: CSISD will…provide a challenging, relevant, engaging and aligned curriculum.


Background:  The core business of any school district is teaching and learning.  In order for students to learn at their highest levels and for teachers to be most effective, a guaranteed and viable curriculum must be in place.  CSISD has worked to develop scope and sequences in several areas along with other supporting documents and materials.

 

Exemplary

(3 Points)

Recognized

(2 Points)

Acceptable

(1 Point)

Unacceptable

(0 Points)

Notes

Scope and Sequence documents: K-8English/

Language Arts

Scope and sequence developed at all grade levels

 

CSISD and all campuses

Scope and sequence developed, but not all the way through the grade span

Supporting resources are available to teachers

No documents

Individual campuses use the district measure and receive the district rating

Scope and Sequence documents: K-8English/

Language Arts

Scope and sequence developed at all grade levels

 

CSISD and all campuses

Scope and sequence developed, but not all the way through the grade span

Supporting resources are available to teachers

No documents

Individual campuses use the district measure and receive the district rating

Scope and Sequence documents: K-8Mathematics

Scope and sequence developed at all grade levels

 

CSISD and all campuses

Scope and sequence developed, but not all the way through the grade span

Supporting resources are available to teachers

No documents

Individual campuses use the district measure and receive the district rating

Scope and Sequence documents:  K-8Science

Scope and sequence developed at all grade levels

 

CSISD and all campuses

Scope and sequence developed, but not all the way through the grade span

Supporting resources are available to teachers

No documents

Individual campuses use the district measure and receive the district rating

Scope and Sequence documents:  K-8Social Studies

Scope and sequence developed at all grade levels

 

CSISD and all campuses

Scope and sequence developed, but not all the way through the grade span

Supporting resources are available to teachers

No documents

Individual campuses use the district measure and receive the district rating

Scope and Sequence documents:English I-IV

Scope and sequence developed for English I-IV

 

Scope and sequence developed, but not all the way through English I-IV

 

CSISD and all campuses

Supporting resources are available to teachers

No documents

Individual campuses use the district measure and receive the district rating

Scope and Sequence documents:

Algebra I & II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus

Scope and sequence developed for Algebra I & II, Geometry and Pre-calculus

Scope and sequence developed, but not all the way through Algebra I & II, Geometry and Pre-calculus

 

CSISD and all campuses

Supporting resources are available to teachers

No documents

Individual campuses use the district measure and receive the district rating

Scope and Sequence documents:

Biology, Chemistry, Physics

Scope and sequence developed for Biology, Chemistry, and Physics

Scope and sequence developed, but not all the way through Biology, Chemistry, and Physics

 

CSISD and all campuses

Supporting resources are available to teachers

No documents

Individual campuses use the district measure and receive the district rating

Scope and Sequence documents:

US History, World History, World Geography, Government, Economics

Scope and sequence developed for US History, World History, World Geography, Government & Economics

Scope and sequence developed, but not all the way through US History, World History, World Geography, Government & Economics

 

CSISD and all campuses

Supporting resources are available to teachers

No documents

Individual campuses use the district measure and receive the district rating

 

Background:  Part of providing a relevant and engaging curriculum is providing students choice in their learning. At the high school level the district is actively increasing the types of instructional arrangements for various classes.  More and more classes are being taught in a traditional manner and offered in a non-traditional style: Problem-based learning (PBL), Flipped Instruction, Online Instruction, or a blended model.

 

Exemplary

(3 Points)

Recognized

(2 Points)

Acceptable

(1 Point)

Unacceptable

(0 Points)

Notes

Percentage of Reading/ELA teachers using the workshop method consistently in grades K-4 based on self-report

80% or more

 

CSISD

Creek View

Forest Ridge

Greens Prairie

Pebble Creek

Rock Prairie

South Knoll

SW Valley

70-79%

 

College Hills

60-69%

< 60%

Elementary schools only

Percentage of Mathematics teachers using the workshop method consistently in grades K-4 based on self-report

75% or more

 

College Hills

Creek View

Forest Ridge

Greens Prairie

Pebble Creek

South Knoll

65-74%

 

CSISD

Rock Prairie

50-64%

 

SW Valley

< 50%

Elementary schools only

Percentage of Reading/ELA teachers using the workshop method consistently in grades 5-8 based on self-report

60% or more

 

CSMS

Cypress Grove

Oakwood

40-59%

 

CSISD

AMCMS

30-39%

< 30%

Intermediate and middle schools only

Percentage of Math teachers using the workshop method as an instructional strategy in grades 5-8 based on self-report

50% or more

40-49%



30-39%

< 30%

No rating for the 2014-15 schoolyear. The data collected is to establish a baseline.

Number of sections in grades 9-12 that offer nontraditional delivery methods (PBL, Flipped, Online)

District 15 or more sections

 

CSISD

 

Campus 8 or more sections

 

AMCHS

CSHS

Timber

District 10 or more sections

 

 

 

Campus 5 or more sections

District 2 or more sections

 

 

 

Campus 1 or more sections

None

High school campuses only

Number of students registering for one or more non-traditional classes in grades 9-12.

10% Increase

 

CSISD

AMCHS

CSHS

Timber

5% Increase

Less than 5% increase in number of students

Decline in number of students

High school campuses only


Background:  A challenging, relevant, engaging and aligned curriculum should help prepare students for success in the classroom.  While success in all subjects is important, we have identified several key markers in literacy and mathematics that are crucial for future success.

Exemplary

(3 Points)

Recognized

(2 Points)

Acceptable

(1 Point)

Unacceptable

(0 Points)

Notes

Percentage of students reading at or above grade level* at the end of 1st grade

100-90%

80-89%

 

Forest Ridge

Greens Prairie

Pebble Creek

Rock Prairie

70-79%

 

CSISD (79%)

Creek View

South Knoll

SW Valley

Less than 70%

 

College Hills

Elementary schools only

Percentage of 2nd grade students scoring average or above on the end of year Texas Early Math Inventory (TEMI-PM)

100-90%

 

Forest Ridge

Rock Prairie

80-89%

 

CSISD (86%)

College Hills

Creek View

Greens Prairie

Pebble Creek

South Knoll

65-79%

 

SW Valley

Less than 65%

 

Elementary schools only

Percentage of students passing 3rd grade reading STAAR

95% or Greater

90% to 94%

 

Greens Prairie

Pebble Creek

Rock Prairie

80% to 89%

 

CSISD (85%)

Creek View

Forest Ridge

SW Valley

Less than 80%

 

College Hills

South Knoll

Elementary schools only

Percentage of students passing 5th grade Math STAAR

95% or Greater

85% to 94%

75% to 84%

Less than 75%

The passing rates for these indicators were not released by the state until August 15, 2015, which is after this document was developed.

Percentage of students passing 6th grade Reading STAAR

91% or Greater

81 to 90%

 

CSISD (84%)

Cypress Grove

75% - 80%

 

Oakwood

Less than 75%

Intermediate schools only

Percentage of students meeting expectations on the MSTAR universal screener spring administration in grades 6 or 8

Grade level average score falls into the Tier 1A level

 

Cypress Grove

Oakwood

Grade level average score falls into the Tier 1B level

 

CSISD

CSMS

Grade level average score falls into the Tier 2A level

 

AMCMS

Grade level average score falls into the Tier 2B, 3A, or 3B level

Intermediate and middle schools only

Percentage of students in 7th Grade scoring a combined 5 or higher on the STAAR Expository composition

70% or Greater

50% to 70%

35% to 50%

 

CSISD (40%)

AMCMS

CSMS



Less than 35%  



Middle schools only

Percentage of students passing Algebra I EOC

95% or Greater

 

CSISD (95%)

Timber

AMCMS

CSMS

90% to 95%

 

CSHS

80% to 89%

 

AMCHS

Less than 80%

Middle and high schools only

11th Grade student performance on  the critical reading portion of the PSAT as compared to the state average

Greater than 6% points higher than the state average

3% - 5.9% points higher than the state average

 

CSISD

AMCHS

CSHS

Timber

0 - 2.9% points higher than the state average

Less than the state average

High school only

 

Background:  A challenging, relevant, engaging and aligned curriculum should help prepare students for success in college.  We want our students to be prepared for college, persist in attending, and ultimately graduate.

 

Exemplary

(3 Points)

Recognized

(2 Points)

Acceptable

(1 Point)

Unacceptable

(0 Points)

N/A

Percentage of College Ready Graduates in both ELA and Math

80% or greater

 

AMCHS

 

 

Timber: 70% or greater

65% to 79%

 

CSISD (76%)

CSHS

 

Timber: 55 to 69%

55% to 64%

 

 

 

 

Timber: 54 to 40%

Less than 55%

 

 

 

 

Timber: less than 40%

 

Timber

High school only

Average SAT/ACT score - choose higher ranked test

ACT 23.0 or greater

or

SAT 1600 or greater

 

CSISD

AMCHS

ACT 21.5 to 22.9

or

SAT 1500 to 1599

ACT 20.0 to 21.4

or

SAT 1400 to 1499

ACT < 20

or

SAT < 1400

High school only

(most current data from 12-13 scores, so none for CSHS; Timber Academy receives district rating)

Number of graduating seniors earning scholarships

District 200 or more

 

CSISD

 

Campus 100 or more

 

AMCHS

District 160 – 199

 

 

 

 

Campus 80 to 99

 

 

CSHS

District 120-159

 

 

 

 

Campus 60 to 79

District <120

 

 

 

 

Campus less than 60

High school only

(Timber Academy receives district rating)

Higher Ed persistence rate: students enrolled in Texas Higher Education completing one year without remediation

80% or greater

 

CSISD 85.7%

AMCHS

 

Timber: 60% or greater

70-79%

 

AMCHS

 

 

Timber: 46 to 59%

 

Timber

60-69%

 

 

 

 

Timber: 35 to 45%

Less than 60%

 

 

 

 

Timber: Less than 35%

High school only (CSHS first graduating class in 2015)

Graduates Enrolled in TX Institution of Higher Education(IHE)

70% or greater

 

 

 

Timber: 45% or greater

65-69%


AMCHS

 

Timber: 35 to 44%

58-64%


CSISD (64%)

 

Timber: 25 to 34%

 

Timber

Less than 58%

 

 

 

Timber: Less than 25%

High school only (CSHS first graduating class in 2015)


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