College Station Independent School District

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2019-2020 Ratings

The 2019-2020 school year was slated to be the first year for completion of CSISD’s revised Community Based Accountability System based upon the work of our committee of stakeholders in the 2018-2019 school year. Unfortunately, much of the information required to inform the identified key questions was not available due to the timing and nature of the COVID-19 Pandemic and associated school building closures. 


While the health and safety of our school community remains a priority, we know that continuing the core work of providing high quality educational experiences that lead to the success of our students is imperative. Throughout this year, we will monitor academic growth through measures such as MAP and gain stakeholder feedback through a partnership with Panorama Education and their survey resources.


We look forward to moving forward wholeheartedly with this work in 2020-21 and publishing a comprehensive Community Based Accountability report in August 2021.

Professional Learning - Quality Staff

Pillar Function

Key Questions

Ensure that every student has quality teachers and adults in the schools that care about students, their learning, and their well-being. 


The pillar of Professional Learning - Quality Staff is designed to demonstrate how and to what degree it recruits, develops, and retains high quality staff.

To what degree do instructional staff reflect the high quality expectations of the CSISD Educator Profile?

To what degree are we retaining high quality staff?

To what degree do we recruit high quality staff? 

To what degree are staff demonstrating  professional growth annually?

To what degree is the district providing effective opportunities for professional learning that transfers to the classroom?

To what degree are new and/or struggling staff provided necessary supports to grow and become high quality staff?

Student Learning and Progress

Ensure academic success for all students.

To what degree are all students being academically successful? 

To what degree are all students being challenged?

To what degree are all students making academic progress year to year?

To what degree are learning outcomes clearly defined for all grade levels and courses?

Engaged Well-Rounded Students

Pillar Function

Key Questions

Engage students in a way that contributes to their overall development and future well-being.

To what degree are students contributing to their school and community in a positive way?

To what degree are students learning experiences, both in and outside of the classroom, varied and diverse?

To what degree are students engaged in school activities, both inside and outside of the classroom, that contribute to the development of their passions and interests?

To what degree are students provided opportunities to develop effective communication and collaboration skills as identified in the CSISD Learner Profile?

Student Readiness

Pillar Function

Key Questions

Ensure students are well prepared for their next level of education and postsecondary success.

To what degree do we offer all students experiences to develop executive functioning skills such as focus, prioritization, planning, and work completion?

To what degree are students prepared for transitioning to the next campus level?

To what degree do students have the opportunity to connect their learning to real world situations?  

To what degree are students aware of options available that prepare them for their future?

To what degree are students academically prepared to pursue career paths (college, workforce, or military) after graduation?

Safety and Well Being

Pillar Function

Key Questions

Ensure students are educated in an optimal environment that is safe, secure, and conducive to learning.

To what degree do students feel physically safe at school?

To what degree do students feel socially and emotionally safe at school?

To what degree are we prepared to both prevent and respond to crisis situations?

To what degree does the district educate and support healthy choices (e.g., nutrition, sleep, physical activity, alcohol/drugs) for student wellbeing?

To what degree does the district protect students in the digital environment and prepare them to be safe and responsible digital citizens?

Community Engagement and Partnerships

Pillar Function

Key Questions

Ensure that local citizens are a meaningful, integral part of a CBAS and can and will support their local public schools.

To what degree do our school cultures foster partnerships with families?

To what degree does the district seek partnerships?

To what degree does the district seek and respond to community input?

To what degree do community members have the opportunity to be involved in our students’ learning?

Fiscal and Operational Systems

Pillar Function

Key Questions

Ensure the district is using its resources to further its mission to educate the students it is assigned to serve.

To what degree does CSISD expend resources in a manner that aligns with the district’s vision, core beliefs, and commitments and address the areas of greatest need?

To what degree does CSISD have systems in place to ensure funds are expended appropriately and efficiently?

To what degree are CSISD’s finances available for the community to review and understand?

To what degree does CSISD plan for and practice good stewardship of our current and future facilities and capital assets?


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