Texas Education Code §39.053 requires each district's board of trustees to publish an annual report that includes
- the AEIS report,
- campus performance objectives,
- a report of violent or criminal incidents and
- information received under Texas Education Code §51.403(e) from the THECB.
In accordance with Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District policy, BR (LEGAL), annually, the Board shall publish a report describing the educational performance of the District and of each campus in the District (see AIB). The majority of the information in the report stems from the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS), which is the Texas Education Agency's accountability system for evaluating school districts and campuses. The following links lead to pdf sections of the 2010-2011 Annual Performance Report.Board Presentation (Available December 12, 2011)
Section 1. AEIS GuidelinesSection 2. AEIS Glossary
Section 4. Campus AEIS Reports 2011
Section 5. Accountability Ratings
Section 6. Comparable ImprovementComparable Improvement (CI) is a measure that shows how student performance on the TAKS at a given campus has changed from one year to the next, and then compares that change to that of 40 schools that are demographically similar to the comparable schools.
Section 7. School Report Cards (Released to Districts in Mid-December)In addition to publishing and disseminating the annual performance report, the district must produce a summarized report, showing performance on key indicators. The School Report Cards produced by TEA provides such summary. A portion of House Bill 3297 (TEC Section 39.252) requires that districts post the most current reports on the district website by the 10th instructional day of the school year.
School Report Card DefinitionsClick here for the school report cards for all campuses.Section 8. Campus Performance ObjectivesTexas Education Code §11.253 requires that each campus improvement plan set objectives based on the AEIS report and periodically measure progress toward the performance objectives. The objectives must be approved by the local board of trustees and be made available to the public. GCISD Board of Trustees approve the campus performance objectives in the late summer during the regular board meetings. The most recent campus performance objectives were presented to and approved by the board during the September 2011 board meeting.
Section 9. Post-Secondary Education ReportsTexas statute requires every district to include with their performance report, information received under Texas Education Code §51.403(e) for each high school campus in the district.
- Annual Texas Success Initiative Report of Student Performance (2009-2010) High School Graduating Class
- Texas High School Graduates From FY 2010 Enrolled in Texas Public or Independent Higher Education Fall 2010
- High School to College Aspirations, Enrollment and Persistence
Section 10. Special Education Compliance Report (PBMAS)Under Section 39.053(a), the annual performance report must include the district’s current special education compliance status with the Texas Education Agency. The 2010-11 Special Education Performance Based Monitoring (PBM) status for GCISD is in compliance with standards--no action is required by the District.
Section 11. Student Safety and Report on Violent or Criminal IncidentsTexas statute requires every district to publish a report on violent or criminal incidents at their schools. This report should be available for use and review by the public. According to the statute, the annual report must include:
nThe District reports to the TEA all discretionary, mandatory and expellable criminal incidents that occur on each campus. A summary of the incidents occurring in 2010-2011 are included in the annual report.nEach year, the District presents to the board results from the GCISD drug survey.n
Section 12. Revenues and Expenditures, 2010-20111.BR (Legal) policy requires a statement of the amount, if any, of the District’s unencumbered surplus fund balance as of the last day of the preceding fiscal year and the percentage of the preceding year’s budget that the surplus represents.