DROPOUT PREVENTION 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 is committed to graduating all students no matter if they have been in our district since kindergarten, moved in during middle school, or re-enrolled after dropping out earlier in their school career.  We have number of processes in place to help students stay in school.  Campuses provide remediation in courses, accelerated instruction where students have struggled and credit recovery for students who have failed one or more classes at the semester.  Students behind on credits can participate in summer school, credit by exam and night school.  Each comprehensive high school provides supports for students at-risk of dropping out and works collaboratively with those students to develop an individualized graduation plan.

 

Exemplary

(3 Points)

Recognized

(2 Points)

Acceptable

(1 Point)

Unacceptable

(0 Points)

Notes

Annual attendance rate for students identified as at-risk of dropping out as defined by the Texas Education Agency standards.

96% or greater


CSMS

Cypress Grove

Oakwood

College Hills

Creek View

Forest Ridge

Greens Prairie

Pebble Creek

Rock Prairie

SW Valley

South Knoll

Spring Creek

94.5% to 95.9%


CSISD (95.8%)

CSHS

AMCMS

93.0% to 94.4%


AMCHS

CVHS

Less than 93%




 

A safe learning environment is developed through campus wide implementation of Conscious Discipline and Safe and Civil Schools (e.g., common area procedures, CHAMPS) in grades PreK-8

All staff are trained, campus team meets at least twice per semester, and evidence of implementation is consistently present across the campus in both common areas and classrooms.


 

CVHS

AMCMS

CSMS

Oakwood

College Hills

Creek View

Forest Ridge

Greens Prairie

Pebble Creek

SW Valley

At least 75% of staff are trained, campus team meets at least twice per year, and evidence of implementation is present across the campus in both common areas and classrooms



 

Rock Prairie

South Knoll

Spring Creek

At least half of campus staff are trained, campus team meets at once per year, and evidence of implementation is present across the campus in either common areas or classrooms


CSISD

AMCHS

CSHS

Cypress Grove

Less than half of campus staff are trained, campus team does not meets, and no evidence of implementation is present across the campus in either common areas or classrooms

 

Annual Discretionary Placements to the Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (grades 5-12)


Based on most recent Texas Academic Performance Report


State rate: 1.4%

Less than 1% of student population placed

 
 

CSISD (0.7%)

CSMS

Cypress Grove

Oakwood

1-1.75%  of student population placed

 
 

AMCHS

CSHS

AMCMS

1.76 - 2.5% of student population placed

Greater than 2.5% of student population placed

 

CVHS

5-12 campuses only

Implementation of a coordinated grade/credit/dropout recovery program

All high school campuses have fully implemented a coordinated grade/credit/dropout recovery program

Partial implementation of coordinated grade/credit/dropout recovery programs at all high schools

Different programs implemented at comprehensive high school and choice high school


CSISD

Different programs implemented at some high school campuses

District ranking only

Five-year federal graduation rate without exclusions


Based on most recent Texas Academic Performance Report


State rate: 90.4%

96% or higher

92.0% to 95.9%


CSISD (92.6%)

AMCHS

88.0% to 91.9%

Less than 88%

 

 

High School campuses only

CSHS and CVHS does not yet have a five-year graduation rate

Four-year Graduation Rate


Based on most recent Texas Academic Performance Report


State rate: 89%

96% or higher

93% to 95%

89% to 92%


CSISD (91.6%)

AMCHS

89% or less

High School campuses only

CSHS and CVHS does not yet have a four-year graduation rate


  • Continue implementation of positive behavioral support (i.e., Conscious Discipline, Champs) initiatives at all campuses.
  • Promote prevention and de-escalation of inappropriate behaviors so learners remain in the classroom setting and do not miss valuable instructional time.
  • Develop and monitor four-year graduation plans, providing individualized supports when a student is not progressing towards graduation by their expected date.
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