The State of Texas requires school districts to share specific information on their website. While much of this information can be found in other places on our website, we’ve compiled this list for your convenience.
Campus Report Card, Performance Report, District Rating
Education Code, 39.362
- 2010-2011 District Accountability Ratings (released on July 29, 2011).
- Rockwall ISD Campus Report Card Report: 2008-2009 Report (PDF) (posted by TEA in December) and
- 2009-2010 accountability ratings - 2009-2010 District and Campus Ratings (posted by TEA July 30, 2010).
- Quick Fact Sheet - 2009-2010 District and Campus Ratings (PDF).
- AEIS District Performance Report (posted by TEA in December): 2009-2010 Report and TEA link.
- Rockwall ISD 2010-2011 AEIS Comprehensive Report (Published by RISD in February of each year.)
- Definitions and explanations of performance rating: AEIS Glossary and Accountability Manual.
- For additional information regarding Campus Report Cards and Performance Reports, click here.
- 2011 District Rating: Academically Acceptable
- No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Reports
School Board’s Employment Policies
Education Code, 21.204(d)
Group Health Coverage Report and Plan
Education Code, 22.004(d), as amended by HB 2427 (80th Leg)
Conflict Disclosure Statements and Questionnaires
Local Government Code, 176.009(a), as amended by HB 1491 (80th Legislature)
Education Code, 11.1513(d)(1)(B)
Current Employment Openings
FIRST, Title 19 Administrative Code,109.1005(b)(2)(A)
Superintendent’s Contract for Mr. Jeff Bailey
FIRST, Title 19 Administrative Code, 109.1002(e)(2)(D)
Utility Usage: Electricity, Water, and Natural Gas Costs
Government Code, 2264.001(b), as amended by HB 3693 (80th Legislature)
Maintenance and Operations Tax Rate
Tax Code, 26.05(b)
Education Code, 39.084
Summary of Proposed Budget
Education Code, 44.0041, as amended during the 79th Legislature, Third Called Session
Landowner’s Bill of Rights
Property Code, 21.0112(b)(2), as amended by HB 1495 (80th Legislature)
Audited Financial Report
Financial Report and Auditor’s Letter for 2010 – 2011
Testing for Home Schooled Students
Education Code, 29.916(c), as amended by HB 1844, (80th Legislature)
PSAT, SAT, ACT and AP Testing Calendar for 2011-2012
Education Code, 29.909(f)
Not Applicable to Rockwall ISD
College Credit Programs
Education Code, 28.010(b), as amended by SB 282, (80th Legislature)
Advanced Placement Program: Advanced Placement courses are challenging, comprehensive, and rigorous courses that allow students to pursue and receive college credit while in high school. College Board® course descriptions outline the content of courses, and each individual teacher’s course syllabus is approved by College Board®. AP courses are typically characterized by an in-depth study of college-level content, an accelerated pace and higher-level assessment. Students enrolled in AP courses are required to take the AP exam offered for that course in the spring. Colleges and universities have the option of accepting the AP exam results for college credit. Exams are graded on a five-point scale with credit usually given for scores of 3 or higher. While there is a fee for each test, financial aid is available. Rockwall’s secondary gifted and talented students’ needs are served through Pre-AP and Advanced Placement programs.Dual Credit Program: The dual credit program offered in Rockwall ISD allows qualifying students to earn high school credit and college hours simultaneously. Dual credit enrollment in a variety of courses is offered to students through Eastfield Community College and Collin County Community College. Students must obtain approval by consulting with their counselors prior to enrolling in dual credit courses at either community college, and they must also take the Texas Higher Education Assessment ® (THEA®). The community colleges may charge tuition and fees for dual credit courses. Each course taken for dual credit may count for one of the four advanced measures in the Distinguished Achievement Program.
Physical Activity Policies
Education Code, 28.004(k)
Students below sixth grade are required to participate in moderate or vigorous daily physical activity for at least 30 minutes throughout the school year as part of the district’s physical education curriculum or through structured activity during recess. Beginning with the 2008-09 school year, students in grades six through eight will be required to participate in daily physical activity, at least 30 minutes for at least four semesters, during those grade levels. All Middle school students in RISD will take 4 semesters of P.E., or P.E. equivalents such as school athletics, during 7th and 8th grade.
(Education Code, 38.019, as amended by HB 1059 (80th Legislature))