21st CENTURY WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Indicators

CSISD will ...provide an array of services, programs and opportunities to meet the needs of each student, and provide the opportunity for each student to reach his or her full potential.
 
 
Background:  CSISD believes that it is vitally important to prepare students for the workforce, whether our graduates plan to go straight to work or to college.  These workforce skills give our graduates the ability to earn money even while pursuing other education opportunities.  Our career and technology education department offers numerous career training options in all five endorsement areas of House Bill 5.  Many of these career pathways culminate in the opportunity for a certification that can lead directly to gainful employment after high school.

 

Exemplary

(3 Points)

Recognized

(2 Points)

Acceptable

(1 Point)

Unacceptable

(0 Points)

Notes

Campuswide Implementation of Social-Emotional Learning Programs in PreK-12

Social Emotional Learning activities

and/or student leadership group to monitor and address issues are implemented more than once per six-weeks


 

CSHS

CVHS

AMCMS

CSMS

Cypress Grove

College Hills

Creek View

Forest Ridge

Greens Prairie

Pebble Creek

Rock Prairie

SW Valley

South Knoll

Social Emotional Learning activities

and/or student leadership group to monitor and address issues are implemented at least once per six-weeks


CSISD

AMCHS

Oakwood

Spring Creek

Social Emotional Learning activities

and/or student leadership group to monitor and address issues are implemented at least three times per year

Not Addressed

 

Students have opportunities such as guest speakers, career fairs, society projects, tours of career technology programs, etc… in order to explore career options in PreK-8

Students have at least 3 opportunities to explore career options during the school year


AMCMS

CSMS

Forest Ridge

Greens Prairie

Pebble Creek

Rock Prairie

SW Valley

Students have at least two opportunities to explore career options during the school year


CSISD

Cypress Grove

Oakwood

College Hills

Creek View

South Knoll

Spring Creek

Students have one opportunity to explore career options during the school year

Students do not have opportunities to explore career options during the school year

PreK-8 Campuses Only

CTE pathways offered for high school students

20 or more


CSISD

16 to 19

13  to 15

12 or fewer

District ranking only

Number of CTE courses that lead to certification or licensure

15 or more


CSISD

10 - 14

6-9

5 or fewer

District ranking only

Percentage of graduates who took a coherent sequence of CTE courses in high school


Based upon most recent Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)


State rate: 46.6%

50% or more



40-49%


CSISD (45%)

AMCHS

CSHS

30 - 39%

Less than 30%

High school campuses only

Number of certifications/ licenses earned by students annually

250 or more


CSISD (301)

200-249

150-199

Fewer than 150

District ranking only

Passing rate on certification/

licensure exams

90% or greater


CSISD (95%)

80% to 89%



70% to 79%

Less than 70%

District ranking only


  • Continue implementation of social-emotional learning initiatives at all campuses.
  • Promote career exploration for all students, and ensure students and families are well informed about Career Technology Education (CTE) opportunities.
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