COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Indicators

CSISD will … create classroom and campus cultures that involve each family.
 
 

Background:  CSISD provides numerous opportunities for parents and community members to be involved at the district and campus levels.  From our campus level VIPS (Volunteers in Public Schools) to PTOs, campus and district site based committees, public hearings, community groups and the CSISD Education Foundation, there are many ways to get involved. A variety of district level opportunities are available for parent & community involvement including the District Educational Improvement Committee (DEIC), School Health Advisory Committee (SHAC), Leadership CSISD, Planning for Growth, and Boundary Adjustment Committee. There were 4,538 approved volunteers for the 2016-17 school year, which is an increase of almost 5% from 4,335 in 2015-16.


 

Exemplary

(3 Points)

Recognized

(2 Points)

Acceptable

(1 Point)

Unacceptable

(0 Points)

Notes

Increase in the number of individuals approved to volunteer

15% increase over the previous year



10-14% increase over the previous year

0-9% increase over the previous year


CSISD (4.9%)

Decrease over the previous year

District ranking only

Total number of day/programs/ opportunities for parents to be on campus/ community outreach (e.g. Math night, parent conference day, singing at the bank)

Greater than 25 opportunities per campus


 

AMCHS

CSHS

CVHS

CSMS

Cypress Grove

Oakwood

College Hills

Creek View

Forest Ridge

Greens Prairie

Pebble Creek

Rock Prairie

SW Valley

Spring Creek

Between 16 and 25 opportunities per campus


CSISD

AMCMS

Cypress Grove

South Knoll

Between 6 and 15 Opportunities per campus

Fewer than 5 Opportunities per campus

 

Number of communication strategies used to share information with parents and community members

10 or more


AMCHS

CVHS

AMCMS

CSHS

CSMS

Cypress Grove

College Hills

Forest Ridge

Rock Prairie

SW Valley

8-9


CSISD

Creek View

Greens Prairie

Pebble Creek

Spring Creek

5-7


Oakwood

South Knoll

Fewer than 5

 

Number of sponsors or cooks for annual 50 Men Who Can Cook event - whichever is higher


$210,000 Raised in 2017

121 or more


CSISD

(192 Sponsors)

(137 Chefs)

106 to 120

91 to 105

Fewer than 90

District ranking only




  • Promote volunteer program opportunities with parents and the community.
  • Support campus leaders in using a variety of methods to communicate with parents and community leaders.
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