The Seagoville Feeder Pattern

"Seagoville Strong"

The Weekly Dragon Newsletter

The Week of February 15th

The Seagoville Feeder Pattern seeks to become the number one feeder pattern in the district. To achieve this, our principals work collaboratively in an effort to plan effective professional development for teachers, faculty and staff. Administrators calibrate during classroom observations to provide teachers with targeted and specific feedback to improve the quality of instruction in order to increase student achievement. Additionally, our principals lead professional learning communities to assist teachers with data driven instructional decisions, lesson plan development, the creation of aligned curriculum guides, and rigorous six week common assessments. All of these instructional initiatives will provide support for increasing the academic growth and development of the schools in the Seagoville Feeder Pattern.

The Seagoville Feeder Pattern Goals

The Weekly Administrative Information Packet

Click on the link to view the February 11, 2016 WAIP.

Upcoming Events: Check the WAIP for more details!

HCM Feedback Survey - http://tinyurl.com/HCMsupervisorFeedback

ONLINE Student Enrollment Transfer Application Window - January 6 - March 11

UNCF/Dallas ISD Campaign Begins - February 8 - March 31

Federal Funding Time & Effort Training - February 26

One Sight Vision Screening & Glasses - February 29

SAT School Day (Free SAT for Junior Class) - March 2

Federal Report Card - March 7

Waste Management Scholarships for Seniors Due - March 7, March 11

Nominations for School Counselor of the Year Due - March 22

Reconnection Mandatory PD - March 23, April 20, May 11, June 8, July 11

ACP Film Festivals (Secondary) - March 22-24 & March 29-31 (Register NOW!)

ACP Film Festival (Elementary) - April 9 (Register NOW!)

Pre-K Registration 2016-2017 - April 4-8

Employee of the Year (Health Services) Nominations Due - April 15

Summer Meals Program Applications Due - April 15

Week-at-a-Glance

Monday, February 15th

President's Day

Staff and Student Holiday

Tuesday, February 16th

Absolute Uniforms (Representative)

  • Seagoville High School (P-Tech)
  • 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Master Schedule Preview Meeting (Preparation for Roundtable)

  • Seagoville High School
  • HB 5 Endorsement Review
  • 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Literacy Cadre Professional Development (Grades 3-5)

  • Nolan Estes, Training Room 1
  • 2:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Writing Professional Development (Final PD)

  • 7th Grade ELA Teachers
  • H.B. Bell (Buckner), Room 738
  • 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

P-Tech Partnership Meeting

  • University of North Texas (Dallas Campus)
  • 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Seagoville P-Tech Student/Parent Interviews

  • Seagoville High School
  • 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Wednesday, February 17th

Spring PEIMS Enrollment Verification Documentation DUE

Student Discipline Appeal Hearing Training

  • Haskell, 1st Floor Conference Room
  • Every Wednesday February through March
  • 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 pm.

Human Capital Management

  • 9400 North Central Expressway, 14th Floor
  • 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

ECHS Principals' Council Meeting

  • DCS Technology & Training Center, Room 142
  • 11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.

District Principals' Meeting

  • DCS Technology & Training Center
  • 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Thursday, February 18th

Campus Visit @ Seagoville North Elementary School

  • 8:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.

Campus Visit @ Seagoville Elementary School

  • 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

Seagoville Feeder Pattern Marketing Meeting

  • DISD Representatives (Marketing/Communications)
  • Seagoville Chamber of Commerce ED
  • Seagoville City Hall (SEDC)
  • 12:30 p.m.- 2:00 p.m.

Campus Visit @ Seagoville Middle School

  • 2:15 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Conference Call AT&T (P-Tech ECHS)

  • 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Seagoville P-Tech Student/Parent Interviews

  • Seagoville High School
  • 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Friday, February 19th

14th Annual Spring College Fair @ Mountain View College

Diagnostic Screener Tier 3 (Math) Window Closes

School Leadership Meeting

  • Haskell 1st Floor Conference Room
  • 8:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.

Literacy Cadre Meeting

  • 10:30 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

Master Schedule Roundtable Preparation Meeting

  • Haskell, 3rd Floor Conference Room
  • Seagoville Middle School/Seagoville High School
  • 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Master Schedule Roundtable Meeting

  • Seagoville Middle School & Seagoville High School
  • Haskell Building, 2nd Floor Conference Room
  • 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Saturday, February 20th

Seagoville P-Tech Student/Parent Interviews

  • Seagoville High School
  • 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
ACP Film Festival Registration Link

Click the button for ACP registration information.

Seagoville Elementary Students Get Math!

Teachers use some creative ways to engage students at Seagoville Elementary School. These third grade students use real life models to solve area and perimeter problems. Great job, Seagoville Elementary School!

Seagoville Dental Provides Heathly Hygiene Tips to Students!

Seagoville Dental visited Seagoville Elementary School for National Dental Health Month and talked to students about the importance of dental hygiene. The dental office donated 700 bags filled with a toothbrush, floss, toothpaste and literature on proper brushing for all the students.


Seagoville Elementary would like to extend a HUGE THANK YOU to Seagoville Dental and Seagoville Elementary School's Nurse Ana Martinez. Nurse Martinez was instrumental in planning the assembly for the students.

Coffee with the Principal

Parents attended Coffee with the Principal at Kleberg Elementary School on Friday, February 12th. Principal Zbylut provided resources for the upcoming STAAR assessment and she reviewed school related information with parents and guardians who attended the event. There were approximately thirty families in attendance for the event. Great job!

Final Decisions for 2016 Accountabiity

In a nutshell:

  • The Index 1 or 2 will remain as last year (plus Index 3 and 4).
  • The performance target for Index 1 will remain at 60 even though STAAR A, STAAR Alt 2, and math will be included.
  • Performance targets for Index 2 & 3 will stay at the 5th percentile (includes Math, STAAR A and Alt2) and Index 4 targets will also stay the same (includes Math and STAAR A).
  • The passing standard will go to the next step (as part of the progression approach that will rise every year until 2022 vs. utilizing phase-in 2 and phase in 3).

2016 SYSTEM RIGOR

The overall design of the accountability system will remain the same, evaluating performance according to four indices:

Index 1: Student Achievement

Index 2: Student Progress

Index 3: Closing Performance Gaps

Index 4: Postsecondary Readiness

Changes Affecting All Four Performance Indices

Increase in the student performance standards for STAAR grades 3–8 and end-of-

course (EOC) general assessments By commissioner’s rule, the scheduled increase in 2015–16 to the Phase-in 2 Level II passing standard has been replaced with a standard progression approach which will begin in 2015–16 and continue until 2021–22, the year final Level II standards are scheduled to be in place.

Inclusion of grades 3–8 mathematics STAAR assessments The 2016 accountability

system will include the performance results for grades 3–8 mathematics in all indices, including progress measure results for grades 3–8 mathematics, where applicable. The student performance standard for grades 3–8 mathematics will be the 2015–16 standard.

STAAR A results will be included in all indices, and STAAR Alternate 2 results will be included in Index 1, Index 2, and Index 3.

  • Rationale: Inclusion of STAAR A and STAAR Alternate 2 results in all applicable indices encourages districts to administer the appropriate assessments to students with disabilities regardless of the impact on state accountability ratings.

ACCOUNTABILITY RATINGS CRITERIA AND TARGETS

Ratings Criteria Performance targets will be set for each index. In order to receive a Met Standard or Met Alternative Standard rating, all campuses and districts must meet the performance index target on the following indices if they have performance data for evaluation:

Index 1 OR Index 2 AND Index 3 AND Index 4

  • Rationale: This recommendation reflects the original intent when the index framework was developed. Given that the progress measures will be reported for the first time on the STAAR A and STAAR Alternate 2 assessments in 2016, it is difficult to anticipate how these new progress measures will affect the Index 2 outcomes. This also addresses the concern with the limited availability of progress measures on the EOC assessments for high schools and K–12 campuses and districts.

Final Decisions for 2016 Accountability (See Accountability Table)

  • Index 1 or 2 will remain as last year (plus Index 3 and 4).
  • The performance target for Index 1 will remain at 60 even though STAAR A, STAAR Alt 2, and math will be included.
  • Performance targets for Index 2 & 3 will stay at the 5th percentile (includes Math, STAAR A and Alt2) and Index 4 targets will also stay the same (includes Math and STAAR A).
  • The passing standard will go to the next step (as part of the progression approach that will rise every year until 2022 vs. utilizing phase-in 2 and phase in 3).

Rationale:

  • Index 1 – Keeping the 2016 Index 1 target at 60 (for non-AEA districts and campuses) and 35 (for AEA charter districts and campuses) recognizes the increased rigor of the accountability system introduced by the inclusion of STAAR A, STAAR Alternate 2, the increase in the STAAR performance standard, as well as the inclusion of grades 3–8 mathematics.
  • Index 2 – For 2016, set targets at the fifth percentile by campus type based on 2016 performance. Due to changes in writing assessments in grades 4 and 7, no STAAR progress measures will be available for grade 7 writing for 2016. Because of this, Index 2 scores will be based on progress outcomes for reading and mathematics only.
  • Index 3 – Setting the targets at the fifth percentile addresses the concern about setting a hard target given the unknown effect of including STAAR A and STAAR Alternate 2.
  • Index 4 – Increasing the target for all components of Index 4 to 60 and keeping all remaining 2016 Index 4 targets the same as the 2015 targets recognizes the increased rigor of the accountability system introduced by the inclusion of STAAR A and grades 3–8 mathematics.

Rating Labels. The 2016 rating labels remain the same as those issued for 2015 accountability.

  • Met Standard – met the required performance index targets and other accountability rating criteria
  • Improvement Required – did not meet the required performance index targets or other accountability rating criteria
  • Met Alternative Standard – assigned to charter operators and alternative education campuses evaluated under alternative education accountability (AEA) provisions that met the required performance index targets and other accountability rating criteria
  • Not Rated – under certain circumstances, districts or campuses may not receive a rating

PERFORMANCE INDICES

The original design of each performance index remains the same as the prior year.

Index 1: Student Achievement. Provides a snapshot of performance across subjects, on both general and alternative assessments, at the satisfactory performance standard.

Inclusion of English Language Learners (ELLs)

  • ELLs taking STAAR Alternate 2 are included at the Level II standard, regardless of their number of years in U.S. schools.
  • ELLs in their second or more year in U.S. schools whose years in U.S. schools exceed their ELL plan year are included at the STAAR satisfactory standard.
  • ELLs with parental denial for instructional services who are in their second or more year in U.S. schools are included at the STAAR satisfactory standard.
  • ELLs who take STAAR L and do not have an ELL progress measure are excluded.

Index 2: Student Progress. Measures student progress and provides an opportunity for districts and campuses to receive credit for improving student performance independent of overall student achievement.

Inclusion of English Language Learners (ELLs)

  • ELLs taking STAAR Alternate 2 are included, regardless of their number of years in U.S. schools.
  • ELLs in their second or more year in U.S. schools whose years in U.S. schools exceed their ELL plan year are included.
  • ELLs with parental denial for instructional services who are in their second or more year in U.S. schools are included.
  • ELLs who take STAAR L and do not have an ELL progress measure are excluded.

Index 3: Closing Performance Gaps. Emphasizes the academic achievement of economically disadvantaged students and the two lowest-performing racial/ethnic student groups.

Inclusion of English Language Learners (ELLs)

  • ELLs taking STAAR Alternate 2 are included at the satisfactory standard and Level III standard, regardless of their number of years in U.S. schools.
  • ELLs in their second or more year in U.S. schools whose years in U.S. schools exceed their ELL plan year are included at the satisfactory standard and Level III standard.
  • ELLs with parental denial for instructional services who are in their second or more year in U.S. schools are included at the satisfactory standard and Level III standard.
  • ELLs who take STAAR L and do not have an ELL progress measure are excluded.

Index 4: Postsecondary Readiness. Emphasizes the role of elementary and middle schools in preparing students for the rigors of high school, and the importance of earning a high school diploma that provides students with the foundation necessary for success in college, the workforce, job training programs, or the military. Alternative procedures are provided for Alternative Education Accountability (AEA) campuses and charter districts serving at-risk students in alternative education programs.

Inclusion of English Language Learners (ELLs)

  • ELLs taking STAAR Alternate 2 are excluded.
  • ELLs in their second or more year in U.S. schools whose years in U.S. schools exceed their ELL plan year are included at the final Level II standard.
  • ELLs with parental denial for instructional services who are in their second or more year in U.S. schools are included at the final Level II standard.
  • ELLs who take STAAR L and do not have an ELL progress measure are excluded.

Dallas ISD Summer Programs 2016

Summer Readiness Program

Extended Year for Students in Elementary and Middle School (Retention and SSI)

Programs will be held at all comprehensive elementary and middle school campuses.

Program will be overseen by campus principal.

Includes intervention for the following:

  • Students not meeting promotion requirements in accordance with EIE (LOCAL)
  • Student Success Initiative (SSI) for 5th and 8th grade STAAR Mathematics and Reading

Instructional Days

  • Students not meeting promotion requirements June 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16

  • SSI Students June 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20

  • SSI Testing Dates

    • STAAR Mathematics June 21

    • STAAR Reading June 22

Summer Achievers Academy for Elementary and Middle School Students

Parents/guardians will complete application for students to attend summer programs.

Students will be selected using a randomized computer selection process.

  • Summer Program will consist of Core Content and Arts Enrichment and Summer Camps.
  • Teach for America and Learning Labs will continue in Summer Programs.

Instructional Days

  • June 27 – July 28 (Monday – Thursday)

  • Elementary - 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

  • Middle School - 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

  • Locations

    • Elementary: Burleson, Dunbar, Cigarroa, Salazar, Reilly

    • Middle School: Medrano, Dade, Comstock

High School

  • End of Course Interventions at Comprehensive High Schools

    • June 6 – June 23 (Monday – Thursday)

    • 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

    • EOC Testing will be at the summer school sites listed below July 11 – 15.

  • High School Credit Recovery and Limited Acceleration

    • June 27 – July 28

    • 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

    • Sites: Jefferson, Conrad, North Dallas, Bryan Adams, Samuell, Spruce, Lincoln, Adamson, Molina, Kimball

Current assistant principals interested in serving as a summer school principal for the Summer Achievers Academy and High School Credit Recovery should let their Feeder Pattern Executive Director know by February 5, 2016.

Rate of Pay

  • Elementary Summer School Principal: $40 / hour

  • Middle School Summer School Principal: $42 / hour

  • High School Summer School Principal: $46 / hour

Master Schedule Training and Support

Master Schedule Training @ Ana Mendez University

These sessions will provide master schedule teams an opportunity to understand the process for creating a master schedule utilizing Chancery and the current resources available to principals. Pearson representatives will provide extensive training on master schedule development, from beginning to end. The training will be held at Ana Mendez University with more information forthcoming in the WAIP. Secondary principals and their master schedule team should attend these sessions.


Session Dates: (Power School Group)

February 29 & March 1

March 2 & March 3

March 7 & March 8


Master Schedule Open Labs @ Dallas ISD Administration Building

The open lab dates/times are provided to allow master schedule teams an opportunity to receive one-on-one assistance in entering the campus master schedule in Chancery. Data controllers and assistant principals (master scheduler) are welcome to bring their campus master schedule during the open labs to receive the additional assistance.


Open Labs: (Dallas ISD)

April 25 - June 17


Master Schedule Roundtable Meetings (Information Set to Principals)

These roundtable meetings will be facilitated by feeder patterns for secondary campus master schedule teams in order for campus principals to receive feedback and recommendations to their draft 2016-2017 master schedule. School Leadership, Teaching and Learning, Data Services, Student Services, Executive Directors, and other DISD department personnel will review campus schedules to ensure parameters for secondary master schedules are aligned, provide feedback regarding HB 5 graduation and endorsement opportunities, ensure course offerings and course sequences align to state and district standards/policies, review the vertical alignment within the feeder, and ensure equity for students.


Campus principals will have an opportunity to review their draft schedule, current pathways and/or Academy course offerings, and ask pertinent questions related to their master schedule. Principals, along with their master schedule team, must present a master schedule overview of their 2016-2017 schedule for approval during the Master Schedule Roundtable Meetings, which are set to begin this week. The intent of the master schedule presentation is to allow principals an opportunity to present their schedule, discuss roadblocks and receive possible recommendations.


Roundtable Meetings: (School Leadership/Teaching & Learning)

February - March (Tuesdays/Thursdays)

(The roundtable meeting schedule, presentation template, and additional resources have been sent to the secondary principals.)

Master Schedule Timelines

Campuses must use the scheduling timelines found by accessing the following links:


2016-2017 Elementary Scheduling Timelines: http://www.dallasisd.org/Page/39546

2016-2017 Secondary Scheduling Timelines: http://www.dallasisd.oeg/Page/39550

Seagoville P-Tech ECHS

The first round of student interviews began on Saturday, February 13th for the first cohort of 9th grade students for the 2016-2017 school year. The first round of interviews were very successful and we look forward to the next three rounds of student/parent interviews for the first P-Tech ECHS in the State of Texas. The additional interview dates and times are listed below:


Interview Dates/Times: (Location: Seagoville High School)

Tuesday, February 16th from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, February 18th from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Saturday, February 20th from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


The P-Tech Staff are in need of volunteers for the interview process. If you are interested in assisting students through this exciting process, please email Stephanie Taylor stetaylor@dallasisd.org. Thank you.

TEI: Support

For TEI-related questions moving forward, please contact the following individuals or call the TEI office at 972-749-5712.


TEI system questions: Betsy Cook, elambert@dallasisd.org

DTR process: Leila Wright, leiwright@dallasisd.org

TEI certification or calibration trainings: Ashley Lozano, aslozano@dallasisd.org

TEI: Message of the Week

Learn more about your increased income potential now and into retirement:
Under the Teacher Excellence Initiative, teachers have a significantly higher earning potential than they do under a traditional salary step schedule. In fact, effective teachers who advance at an average progression under TEI have the potential to make a total of $100,000 more over 15 years than they could under a traditional step salary schedule. That higher compensation continues even after a teacher retires.

Learn more how your salary is used in your retirement benefits


Teachers reminded to verify years of service in Oracle:
Some TEI effectiveness levels require a minimum number of creditable years of service (CYS). Data recorded in Oracle will be used for this purpose. Teachers who have not submitted official service records from other districts, should submit this information to HCM’s Records Department by March 1, 2016.


Listed below are steps to follow to check your years of service in Oracle:

1. Log in to Oracle

2. Click “DISD Employee Self-Service”

3. Click “Employee Self-Service”

4. Click “Human Capital Management Information”

5. Click “DISD Print Notification of Assignment and Salary” (3rd from bottom)

6. Click “Click for Results”

7. 2015-16 Notice of Assignment and Salary will appear

8. Scroll down


Please note, the years in profession will not include credit for the current school year. If the number correctly reflects your CYS through the 2014-15 SY, no further action is required. If this number is not correct, please submit original service records to Human Capital Management, attn. Employee Records 9400 North Central Expressway, 14th floor Dallas, TX 75231. If you have additional questions please email employeerecords@dallasisd.org or you may reach HCM at 972-925-4200.

TEI: Supporting Excellence

Did you know Dallas ISD has a robust professional development catalog with workshops available by subject matter? You can browse the catalog and register for the workshops through the links below.
Elementary
Secondary

Don’t miss the Dallas ISD Listen and Learn Podcast Series

K-2 Curriculum & Instruction:
K-2 Content Area Night for Science: 2/16/16 @ 4:30 – 6:30 at Nolan Estes
K-2 Content Area Night for SLAR: 2/25/16 @ 4:30 – 6:30 at Nolan Estes
See the Professional Development Catalog to register for these sessions.

Reading Language Arts:
Writing Series: Evidence-based Writing to Support TEKS-based Instruction for Grades 3-12
Date/Time/Location: 2/16/2016 @ 5:00 – 7:00 pm at H. B. Bell

Genre Writing: Expository Writing and the TEKS for Grades 3 – 12
Date/Time/Location: 2/18/2016 at 5:00 – 7:00 pm at H.B. Bell

More RLA professional development opportunities

STAAR Interventions Academy
Region 10 will present a STAAR Interventions Academy for campus administrators and teachers and provide the most recent updates from the legislature. Instructional strategies and best practices for the assessed curriculum in Mathematics, Reading, Science, Social Studies, and Writing will also be explored.
More Information
Location: Kathlyn Gilliam Collegiate Academy
Dates: February 20, 2016
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Upcoming SchoolNet Webinars
Reporting in Classrooms to Support Instruction
This webinar to review the teacher processes for Accessing Classroom reports in Schoolnet with a focus on instructional material correlations, Standardized test reporting and student groups. This is part 3 of a 3 part series.
More Information and Registration

Location: H. B. Bell School Support Service Center, Room 309

Audience: Elementary G/T Program Teachers
Event: Just in Time for Fifth Six Weeks
Date: February 16, 2016
Time: 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

District Policy EIA Regulation

Click the button to review district policy on Academic Achievement: grading guidelines, progress reports to parents, failure rates, and test preparation/remediation.

Student Code of Conduct

Click above to view the updated 2015-2016 Student Code of Conduct.

DISD Testing Information

February

2/29 TAKS ELA I Retest (OOS & Credit Recovery)

March

3/1 TAKS Math Retest (OOS & Credit Recovery)

3/2 TAKS Science Retest (OSS & Credit Recovery)

3/2 SAT School Day Program (Gr. 11)

3/3 TAKS Social Studies Retest (OSS & Credit Recovery)

3/7 PIRLS Assessment @ Kleberg ES

3/8 ePIRLS Assessment @ Kleberg ES

3/7 - 4/6 TELPAS (Gr. K-12)

3/29 STAAR EOC ELA I (Gr. 9-12)

3/29 STAAR Writing Day 1 (Gr. 4 & 7)

3/29 STAAR Math (Gr. 5 & 8)

3/30 STAAR Writing Day 2 (Gr. 4 & 7)

3/30 STAAR Reading (Gr. 5 & 8)

3/31 STAAR EOC ELA II (Gr. 9-12 & Retest)

3/31 STAAR Math (Pre-AP 7 & 8)

April

4/4 - 4/22 STAAR ALT 2 Assessment Window (Gr. 3-8 & EOC)

4/4 - 4/8 ES & HS ACP Art Performance (Gr. 5, 9-12)

4/12 - 4/15 Student Survey Window (Gr. 3-12)

4/12 - 4/22 ITBS/Logramos Window (Gr. K-2)

4/18 & 4/19 ES ACP PE Performance (Gr. 4)

4/18 - 4/29 MS/HS ACP Band Performance (Gr. 6-12)

4/20 & 4/21ES ACP Music Performance (Gr. 3)

4/25 - 5/6 CIRCLE EOY Assessment Window (Pre-K)

4/25 - 5/6 CIRCLE EOY Phase II Observables (Pre-K)

4/25 - 5/20 Reasoning Mind EOY Assessment Window (Gr. 2-5)

May

5/2 - 5/27 ISIP EOY Assessment Window (Gr. K-2)

5/2 - 5/27 SRI EOY Assessment Window (Gr. 9-12)

5/2 - 5/6 STAAR EOC Alg. I, Biology, US History (Gr. 9-12, Retest)

5/9 - 5/24 MS ACP PE Performance (Gr. 6-8)

5/9 STAAR Math (Gr. 3-4, 6-7)

5/9 STAAR Math Retest (Gr. 5 & 8)

5/10 STAAR Reading (Gr. 3-4, 6-7)

5/10 STAAR Reading Retest (Gr. 5 & 8)

5/11 STAAR Science (Grades 5 & 8, 7 Pre-AP)

5/12 STAAR Social Studies (Grade 8)

5/16 - 5/19 MS ACP Art Performance (Gr. 7)

5/18 - 5/26 ES ACP Window (Gr K-5)

5/27 - 6/2 ACP Window (Gr. 6-12)

5/27 - 6/13 ACP Make-Up Window (Gr. K-5)

June

6/6 - 6/17 ACP Make-Up Window (Gr. 6-12)

6/21 STAAR Math Retest (Gr. 5 & 8)

6/22 STAAR Reading Retest (Gr. 5 & 8)

6/23 STAAR Make-Up Assessment Deadline


*District-wide testing information is subject to change.

2014-2015 Distinctions Earned

Central Elementary School

Ebby Halliday Elementary School – 1 Distinction

Kleberg Elementary School – 2 Distinctions

Seagoville Elementary School

Seagoville North Elementary School

Seagoville Middle School

Lassiter Early College High School @ El Centro – 5 Distinctions

Seagoville High School – 5 Distinctions

Our Feeder Family

Seagoville Elementary School - Mrs. Gibson

Seagoville North Elementary School - Mrs. Martinez

Central Elementary School - Mrs. Moore

Kleberg Elementary School - Mrs. Zbylut

Ebby Halliday Elementary School - Dr. Finn, Interim Principal

Seagoville Middle School - Mr. Chaparro

Seagoville High School - Mr. Jones

Lassiter Early College High School @ El Centro - Mr. St. Ama