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GISD District Goals

Gatesville ISD HB 3 Board Goals and Plans: 2021-2025

(Approved 1-19-2021)

 

Early Childhood Literacy

The percent of 3rd grade students that score meets grade level (not approaches but actually meets) or above on STAAR Reading will increase from 46% to 58% by June 2025.

 

 

Overall

Hispanic

White

Eco Dis

Cont. Enrolled

Non-Cont. Enrolled

2021

46%

33%

51%

36%

48%

41%

2022

49%

36%

54%

39%

51%

44%

2023

52%

39%

57%

42%

54%

47%

2024

55%

42%

60%

45%

57%

50%

2025

58%

45%

63%

48%

60%

53%

 

 

Strategy

Person Responsible

Resources

Benchmark

Have teachers attend Reading Academies PD

Shane Webb

Region 12

Artifacts / Certification of Teachers

Continue to implement Reading Workshop Model – Guided reading, stations, etc.

Shane Webb / Campus Principals / Barrett Pollard

Fountas & Pinnell Classroom; Region 12; BAS; Leveled Readers

Benchmark Assessment Scores (BAS); running records

Provide Reading Intervention PD and emergent reader strategies to teachers

Shane Webb, campus instructional coaches

Region 12 Specialist – Brittany Thomas

Classroom walkthroughs; improved Benchmark Assessment Scores (BAS) scores

 

  

Early Childhood Math

The percent of 3rd grade students that score meets grade level (not just approaches but actually meets) or above on STAAR Math will increase from 47% to 59% by June 2025.

 

 

Overall

Hispanic

White

Eco Dis

Cont. Enrolled

Non-Cont. Enrolled

2021

47%

29%

55%

41%

48%

43%

2022

50%

32%

58%

44%

51%

47%

2023

53%

35%

61%

47%

54%

50%

2024

56%

38%

64%

50%

57%

53%

2025

59%

41%

67%

53%

60%

57%

 

Strategy

Person Responsible

Resources

Benchmark

Provide multi-year PD including math workshop model, stations, guided math, etc.

Shane Webb, instructional coaches

Region 12 Math Specialist – Arash Abnoussi

Classroom walkthroughs, artifacts, improved math benchmark scores

Continue to implement Math Workshop Model – guided math, stations, etc.

Shane Webb, Barrett Pollard, Campus principals

Professional development through instructional coaches

Classroom walkthroughs, artifacts, improved benchmark scores, PLC / data meetings

 

 

 

 

 

 

CCMR

The percent of graduates that meet the criteria for CCMR (from 2018-2019 TAPR Report) will increase from 91.4%% to 95% by June 2025.

 

 

Overall

African American

Hispanic

White

2 or More Races

Sped

Eco Dis

2021

91.4%

88.9%

88.4%

93.2%

77.8%

95%

90.4%

2022

92%

90%

90%

94%

79%

96%

91%

2023

93%

91%

91%

95%

80%

97%

92%

2024

94%

92%

92%

96%

81%

98%

93%

2025

95%

93%

93%

97%

82%

99%

94%

 

 

Strategy

Person Responsible

Resources

Benchmark

Increase industry certification offerings

Shane Webb; High School principal

Industry Certification tests

Improved passing scores on industry certification exams

Offer expanded dual credit opportunities through CTC and On-Ramps (low cost / low barrier)

Shane Webb and Barrett Pollard

UT On – Ramps; CTC

Increased enrollment in dual credit offerings

Continue to improve student participation and scores on college entrance exams like ACT, SAT, and TSIA

Shane Webb, HS principals and counselors

ACT, SAT, and TSIA prep materials

Improved participation and scores on these assessments

 

2019-2020 District - Board Goals (Approved 8-29-19)

  1. Safety, Discipline, & Attendance: GISD will put students first and continue to improve its facilities and processes to keep students safe, while improving discipline and attendance procedures to reduce misbehavior and truancy.
  2. Literacy: GISD will strive to have every student reading and writing proficiently through the use of guided reading strategies, more writing activities in classrooms, and more one-on-one writing conferences between student and teacher.
  3. Curriculum, Technology, & Professional Development: GISD will follow an aligned curriculum, provide our teachers with quality professional development, and continue to invest in technology devices for our students in an effort to ensure that our students are becoming increasingly successful under the current accountability system.
  4. Finances & Facilities: GISD will operate under a balanced budget, spend taxpayer dollars wisely, and direct money toward the fund balance when possible, while ensuring that our school buildings remain in good working condition.
  5. People-Focused: GISD will provide social-emotional services for our students, offer a wide variety of courses such as Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes, and invest in our employees in order to improve retention.