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Socorro ISD Annual Performance Report 2010-2011. Board Members. Board of Trustees 2010-2011. 2010-2011 SISD Annual Performance Report. Performance AEIS Report.

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Board Members

Board of Trustees

2010-2011

2010-2011 SISD Annual Performance Report

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Performance AEIS Report

The Board shall publish an annual report describing the educational performance of the District and of each campus in the District. This report is provided by TEA and is termed the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) report. It is intended to inform the public about the educational performance of the District and of each campus in relation to the District, the state, and a comparable group of schools.

BR (LEGAL)

2010-2011 SISD Annual Performance Report

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Socorro Independent School District

2010-2011 Campus Performance Ratings

Academically

Acceptable

Recognized

Exemplary

2010-2011 SISD Annual Performance Report

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Socorro Independent School District

2010-2011 Student Demographics

DistrictPercentState

Count

Total Students: 42,287

Ethnic Distribution: -African American 758 1.8% 12.9%

-Hispanic 38,637 91.4% 50.3%

-White 2,386 5.6% 31.2%

-Asian 246 0.6% 3.4%

-American Indian 145 0.3% 0.5%

-Two or More Races 84 0.2% 1.6%

Economically Disadvantaged 31,582 74.7% 59.2%

Limited English Proficient 9,032 21.4% 16.9%

At-Risk 21,546 51.0% 46.3%

Students with Disciplinary Placements 501 1.1% 1.9%

(2009-2010)

Student Enrollment by Program:

-Bilingual/ESL Education 8,604 20.3% 16.2%

-Gifted and Talented Education 2,771 6.6% 7.7%

-Special Education 3,247 7.7% 8.8%

-Career and Technology Education 11,072 26.2% 21.0%

2010-2011 SISD Annual Performance Report

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Socorro Independent School District

Teacher Profile

Highest Degree Held DistrictState

Doctorate 0.2% 0.5%

Masters 28.7% 21.8%

Bachelors 69.2% 76.9%

No Degree 1.8% 0.8%

By Program

Bilingual/ESL 13.3% 5.5%

Gifted and Talented 0.0% 1.9%

Regular Education 66.6% 73.4%

Special Education 9.7% 9.1%

Compensatory Education 0.0% 2.9%

Career and Technology 5.1% 4.0%

By Years Experience

Beginning Teachers 2.8% 6.0%

1-5 Years 34.8% 30.0%

6-10 Years 26.9% 21.1%

11-20 Years 23.2% 25.0%

Over 20 Years 12.3% 17.9%

Number of Students Per Teacher17.2 14.7

Average Years Experience 10.1 11.4

Average Years Experience with District 7.4 7.7

Turnover Rate for Teachers 6.6% 11.9%

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Socorro Independent School District

Two Year Student Performance Campus Comparisons 2009-2010 and 2010-2011

= Scores above the State Average [#] = Increase in Performance

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Socorro Independent School District

Two Year Student Performance Campus Comparisons 2009-2010 and 2010-2011

= Scores above the State Average [#] = Increase in Performance

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Socorro Independent School District

Two Year Student Performance Campus Comparisons 2009-2010 and 2010-2011

= Scores above the State Average [#] = Increase in Performance

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Socorro Independent School District

Two Year Student Performance Campus Comparisons 2009-2010 and 2010-2011

= Scores above the State Average [#] = Increase in Performance

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Socorro Independent School District

Two Year Student Performance Campus Comparisons 2009-2010 and 2010-2011

= Scores above the State Average [#] = Increase in Performance

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Socorro Independent School District

Two Year Student Performance Campus Comparisons 2009-2010 and 2010-2011

= Scores above the State Average [#] = Increase in Performance

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Socorro Independent School District

Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills – Spring 2011

Grades 3-11 – Composite Reading/ELA Scores

2010-2011 SISD Annual Performance Report

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Socorro Independent School District

Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills – Spring 2011

Grades 4&7 – Composite Writing Scores

2010-2011 SISD Annual Performance Report

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Socorro Independent School District

Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills – Spring 2011

Grades 3-11 – Composite Math Scores

2010-2011 SISD Annual Performance Report

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Socorro Independent School District

Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills – Spring 2011

Grades 8, 10 & 11 – Composite Social Studies Scores

2010-2011 SISD Annual Performance Report

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Socorro Independent School District

Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills – Spring 2011

Grades 5, 8, 10 & 11 – Composite Science Scores

2010-2011 SISD Annual Performance Report

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Socorro Independent School District

Two Year Comparisons of Completion Rates

Campus Comparisons 2008-2009 and 2009-2010

= 2009 and 2010 Completion above the State Average [ # ] = Increase in Completion

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Socorro Independent School District

High School Graduates Percent Enrolled in Public/Independent College/University in Fall Following Graduation

Source: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and Texas Education Agency, March 10, 2011

100% totals may vary due to rounding.

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Socorro Independent School District

Safe & Drug Free Schools Prevention & Intervention Programs 2011-2012

In compliance with the Federal Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 and the Federal Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989, the Socorro Independent School District certifies that the district is to be a drug-free workplace and learning community and that unlawful manufacture, sale or attempted sale, distribution, dispensing, possession or use of controlled substances by employees, students or community members is prohibited on district property or at district functions or activities.

To assist in the prevention of violence and drug abuse, the following programs and/or presentations are coordinated in the district and our schools by teachers, counselors, police officers, administrators, volunteers and/or students, and the Department of State and Federal Programs:

After School Sports Activities Alcohol Awareness Career Day

Character Counts/Character Ed. Chick-Fil-A Core Essentials Conflict Resolution

Connect with Kids Curriculum-Based Support Groups Drug Awareness

Fingerprinting/P.R.I.C.E. 40 Developmental Assets Gang Awareness

General Law/SBLE G.R.E.A.T. Program Habits of Mind

Internet Safety Intervention and Violence CounselingJuvenile Laws

K-9 Life Skills Programs / Character 911 Ready Fox

Olweus-Bullying Prevention Peer Assistance Leadership Peer Mediation

Red Ribbon Safety Awareness Seven Habits of Highly Effective Students

Sexual Harassment Stranger Danger Awareness Teaching Tolerance

Tobacco Compliance Violence Prevention Program WHO Program PK-12

Youth Leadership

2010-2011 SISD Annual Performance Report

Refer to Attachments 4-10

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Socorro Independent School District

Safe & Drug Free Schools Prevention & Intervention Programs 2011-2012

After School Sports Activities

Initial Implementation: 2007

Objective(s) of program: The Coordinated Approach To Children’s Health Program gets students involved in their good health through exercising and nutrition.

Results of program: Healthier students result in less disease, a greater ability to learn and increased attendance at school.

Data source: CATCH

Alcohol Awareness

Initial Implementation: 1999

Objective(s) of program: To teach students about the hazards of drinking and to find other ways to entertain themselves. The program also increases self esteem and decision making skills.

Results of program: An understanding that it is not cool to drink, thus, a safer community.

Data source: Center for Mental Health Services, Connect with Kids, Guidance &b Counseling Curriculum Guide

Career Day

Initial Implementation: 1999

Objective(s) of program: In bringing in community members, educators expose students to the various occupations available to them. This also gives students the opportunity to plan for the future.

Results of program: More students are aware of various opportunities and the education necessary to achieve that career.

Data source: Guidance & Counseling Curriculum Guide

Character Counts / Character Ed.

Initial Implementation: 1988

Objective(s) of program: To improve the ethical quality of society by changing personal and organizational decision making and behavior.

Results of program: Students are able to make well informed decisions which are based on ethics rather than peer pressure.

Data source: Josephson Institute

Chick-Fil-A Core Essentials

Initial Implementation:1998

Objective(s) of program: Core Essentials is a character education program, designed for grades K-5, that provides simple, straight forward tools allowing schools to quickly incorporate character education into the curriculum. The values emphasize common attitudes that every parent and teacher wants children to learn and demonstrate.

Results of program: Children will learn to treat others right, make smart decisions, and maximize their potential.

Data source: Core Essentials character education program.

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Socorro Independent School District

Safe & Drug Free Schools Prevention & Intervention Programs 2011-2012

Conflict Resolution

Initial Implementation: 1990

Objective(s) of program: Builds a vital life skill for young people to help them understand they are smart enough and strong enough to resolve conflict.

Results of program: Empowers young people with the ability to determine their own behavior. Reduces tattling through a proactive, preventive approach. Systematizes expectations of students. Provides a cognitive structure for discriminating between “small” problems and “big problems”. Increases feelings of personal competence. Develops an important linkage between home and school. Gives young people an important conflict resolution tool.

Data source: Kelso’s Choice Conflict Management for Children

Connect with Kids

Initial Implementation:2010

Objective(s) of the program: The program helps educators and parents teach life skills, prevention, character, health, and wellness through a research-based internet site that includes hundreds of videos, lesson plans, discussion questions and activities. Program topics addressed include: bullying prevention, drug and alcohol prevention, managing stress and anxiety, managing technology, character development and general health and wellness.

Results of the Program: A decrease in physical and verbal aggressive behaviors among students, a decrease in the likelihood of students using drugs and alcohol and an increase in positive social and emotional behaviors among students

Data source: CWK Network, Inc. Connect with Kids

Curriculum Based Support Groups

Initial Implementation: 1980

Objective(s) of program: To support children of divorced parents, alcoholic parents, bereavement, military families and any other hardship experience.

Results of program: Students successfully deal with the hardship presented and are able to function fully and successfully.

Data source: SISD Guidance & Counseling Department

Drug Awareness

Initial Implementation: 1997

Objective(s) of program: To teach students and parents the dangers of drugs. To assist students in making good decisions about drugs.

Results of program: Students and parents are more informed when making decisions about drugs. Students do not give in to peer pressure.

Data source: Department of Police Services

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Socorro Independent School District

Safe & Drug Free Schools Prevention & Intervention Programs 2011-2012

Fingerprinting/P.R.I.C.E.

Initial Implementation: 1997

Objective(s) of program: Documenting basic, necessary information on children in the case of a kidnapping or disappearance.

Results of program: Community awareness and involvement. Deterrents to harming or taking children.

Data source: National Child Identification

40 Developmental Assets

Initial Implementation: 2009

Objective(s) of program: The program builds assets for students. Studies show that the more assets an individual has, the healthier they are emotionally and physically.

Results of program: Emotionally and physically healthier students perform better academically.

Data source: The Search Institute

Gangs Awareness

Initial Implementation: 2005

Objective(s) of program: This program is a school-based classroom curriculum taught by law enforcement officers. The program’s goals are the prevention of gang activity, youth violence and drug use among young people.

Results of program: Improvement of whole life skills with a greater awareness of social norms and critical thinking which would help avoid delinquent behavior and to solve problems through non-violent means.

Data source: Department of Police Services

General Law/SBLE

Initial Implementation: 2004

Objective(s) of program: Educate students and faculty on how to interpret the law.

Results of program: Calls for service are more specific. Such as in the case of a crime being committed, the caller is able to give a better picture of the present situation.

Data source: Texas Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure, Education Code.

G.R.E.A.T. Program

Initial Implementation: 1996

Objective(s) of program: SISD Police Department teachesGang Resistance Education and Training for elementary students.

Results of program: Reduction in gang involvement by teaching about gangs at an early age. This has a greater impact than waiting until middle school.

Data source: Literature for the G.R.E.A.T. Program

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Socorro Independent School District

Safe & Drug Free Schools Prevention & Intervention Programs 2011-2012

Habits of Mind

Initial Implementation: 2008

Objective(s) of program: Provide students with the Habits of Mind, which are established tendencies or trends of the mind, leading students to experience the emotions, motivation and behaviors which are the foundation of achievement.

Results of program: Through frequent repetition and awareness, students apply the Habits of Mind to all situations in life for success.

Data source: Learning and Leading with the Habits of Mind

Internet Safety

Initial Implementation: 2007

Objective(s) of program: The goal of the NetSmartz workshop is to extend the safety awareness of children to prevent victimization and increase self-confidence whenever they go online. These goals include how to: enhance the ability of children to recognize dangers on the Internet; enhance the ability of children to understand the people that first “meet” on the Internet should never be considered their friend; encourage children to report victimization to a trusted adult; support and enhance community education efforts; increase communication between adults and children about online safety.

Results of program: Children know to tell an adult they trust if anything makes them feel scared, uncomfortable, or confused. Children know to ask their parents or guardian before sharing any personal information. Children won’t meet in person with anyone they have first “met” online.

Data source: Net Smartz

Intervention and Violence Counseling

Initial Implementation: 2001

Objective(s) of program: Identify and assist the angry, violent student in dealing with emotions in a healthier manner.

Results of program: Reduction of violence in the schools, home and community.

Data source: Guidance & Counseling Response Kit

Juvenile Laws

Initial Implementation:1996

Objective(s) of program: Educate juveniles about the process of being entered into the JPD and its consequences.

Results of program: Lowering the number of students being referred into the program.

Data source: Texas Penal Code & Texas Education Code.

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Socorro Independent School District

Safe & Drug Free Schools Prevention & Intervention Programs 2011-2012

K-9

Initial Implementation: 2001

Objective(s) of program: The K-9 is used to teach children their effectiveness of finding drugs in the schools along with those consequences.

Results of program: The increased awareness of drug use and possession. Findings of banned narcotics lead to arrest and recovery.

Data source: Department of Police Services

Like Skills Programs / Character

Initial Implementation: 2001

Objective(s) of program: The program promotes healthy alternatives to risky behavior through activities designed to: teach students the necessary skills to resist social (peer) pressures to smoke, drink and use drugs. Help students to develop greater self-esteem and self confidence. Enable students to effectively cope with anxiety. Increase their knowledge of the immediate consequences of substance abuse. Enhance cognitive and behavioral competency to reduce and prevent a variety of health risk.

Results of program: More independent students who are able to make informed decisions.

Data source:Guidance & Counseling Response Kit

911 Ready Fox

Initial Implementation: 1995

Objective(s) of program: Teach kids how to use 911.

Results of program: Young students are able to call 911 for help.

Data source: 911 Ready Fox

Olweus-Bullying Prevention

Initial Implementation: 2008

Objective(s) of program: To teach students and all adults how to handle a bullying situation in an effective manner. Also teaches about the hardships of bullying.

Results of program: Initially there will be an increase in discipline referrals. Later those referrals will drop.

Data source: Olweus Bullying Prevention Program

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Socorro Independent School District

Safe & Drug Free Schools Prevention & Intervention Programs 2011-2012

Peer Assistance Leadership

Initial Implementation: 1992

Objective(s) of program: Students are trained in “resiliency” strategies. The PAL peer helping program combats problems such as violence in schools, drug abuse, teen pregnancy, gang participation and school dropouts by providing a critical line of defense both at school and in the home through building peer helping programs.

Results of program:Students are educated and aware of their choices. Therefore, there is a reduction of negative behavior such as those just stated.

Data source: Peer Assistance and Leadership Program

Peer Mediation

Initial Implementation: 1993

Objective(s) of program: To improve school environments by reducing violence, assaults, and discipline referrals and by increasing academic performance.

Results of program: There was a significant difference in discipline referrals, assaults, and expulsions.

Data source: Peers Making Peace

Red Ribbon

Initial Implementation: 1988

Objective(s) of program: To teach children the importance of not using drugs or alcohol. In memory of Kiki Camarena.

Results of program: A more educated population leads children to make better decisions about taking drugs or using alcohol.

Data source: Texas Alcohol and Beverage Code, Texas Statutes

Safety Awareness

Initial Implementation: 2001

Objective(s) of program:Teach proper methods for completing a variety of tasks without causing personal injury.

Results of program: Reduction of personal injury claims.

Data source: Human Resources Manual

Seven Habits of Highly Effective Students

Initial Implementation: 1998

Objective(s) of program: Covey provides a step-by-step guide to help teens improve self-image, build friendships, resist peer pressure, achieve their goals, get along with their parents, and much more.

Results of program: A well rounded teenager who experiences success in school, home and community.

Data source: Sean Covey

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Socorro Independent School District

Safe & Drug Free Schools Prevention & Intervention Programs 2011-2012

Sexual Harassment

Initial Implementation: 1997

Objective(s) of program: To teach children and adults correct methods of treating one another. Also to identify situations which are not appropriate and what to do about it.

Results of program: A respect of one another and an understanding of what behaviors are not appropriate.

Data source: Human Resources Manual

Stranger Danger Awareness

Initial Implementation: 1980

Objective(s) of program: Teachchildren not to speak to strangers or to go with them unless they have parent permission.

Results of program: Safer schools and communities. A higher awareness of those around us.

Data source: Department of Police Services

Teaching Tolerance CCSF

Initial Implementation: 1997

Objective(s) of program: Teaching lessons that foster tolerance and promote peace.

Results of program: Help build a more inclusive society of individuals who participate fully and freely in all of society’s endeavors.

Data source: CCSF Teaching Tolerance

Tobacco Compliance

Initial Implementation: 2007

Objective(s) of program: Teach students the dangers of tobacco and give alternatives to entertain themselves.

Results of program: Students will find other ways to look or act cool. They will use their decision making skills to not use tobacco. Students will also have an idea of other alternatives to entertainment.

Data source: Texas Tobacco and Alcohol Commission

Violence Prevention Program

Initial Implementation: 1997

Objective(s) of program: SISD Police Department teaches about family violence with the purpose of deterring this type of behavior in school and at home. Students also learn to solve their problems without using violence.

Results of program: A reduction in reports of violence.

Data source: Department of Police Services

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Socorro Independent School District

Safe & Drug Free Schools Prevention & Intervention Programs 2011-2012

WHO Program PK-5

Initial Implementation: 1981

Objective(s) of program: Teach children how to help themselves in a dangerous situation.

Results of program: Smarter kids leading to a safer community.

Data source: We Help Ourselves Program

Youth Leadership

Initial Implementation: 1988

Objective(s) of program: Select students exposed and trained in the most severe behaviors that threaten teenagers today.

Results of program: Students will know how to deal with these situations and act as a mentor to others. Students will also know who to go to for help.

Data source: Coordinated School Health & Safe and Drug Free Schools (Helping Youth at Risk)

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Socorro Independent School District

Fund Balance, Operating Expenditures and Salaries

Fund Balance

Fund Balance (End of Year 2009-10 Audited) $36,447,671

Percent of Total Budgeted Expenditures (2010-11) 12.6%

Actual Program Expenditure Information (2009-2010) DISTRICT STATE

All Funds Percent Per Student Percent Per Student

Total Operating Expenditures $259,801,412 100.0% $6,327 100% $6,656

Bilingual/ESL Education (25) $8,348,123 3.2% $203 3.8% $254

Career & Technology Education (22) $10,069,433 3.9% $245 3.3% $219

Accelerated Education (24, 30) $40,889,725 15.7% $996 13.4% $892

Gifted & Talented Education (21) $744,372 0.3% $18 1.3% $85

Regular Education (11) $149,303,264 57.5% $3,636 57.7% $3,837

Special Education (23) $39,885,216 15.4% $971 16.1% $1,072

Athletics/Related Activities (91) $5,055,718 1.9% $123 2.4% $160

Other (26, 28, 29) $2,473,956 1.0% $60 1.1% $73

Average Actual Salaries (regular duties only) District State

Teachers $49,027 $48,638

Professional Support $57,780 $57,045

Campus Administration (School Leadership) $73,175 $70,819

Central Administration $79,224 $89,481

2010-2011 SISD Annual Performance Report