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Katy Independent School District

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​​​​Instructional Materials Selection 2021 

​ Proclamation 2021 includes instructional materials for the following content areas:

  •  Pre-Kindergarten (English and Spanish)

  • Anatomy

  • AP US History

Instructional Materials Allotment (IMA)

The 2011 Texas Legislature passed SB 6 to create a new instructional materials fund from the existing state textbook fund and the technology allotment fund.

School districts determine needs and have flexibility in what they purchase.

  1. Instructional materials now include textbooks, workbooks, supplementary materials, technology equipment, computer software, etc.

  2. Districts receive an Instructional Materials Allotment based on a per pupil amount.

  3. Instructional Resources - The Katy ISD curriculum does not rely solely on textbooks, but includes the use of a number of resources in the classroom, including online resources, literature libraries, technology, printed materials and many other hands-on learning tools.



​Instructional materials committees established


​Committees reviewed instructional materials and top 3-4 selections


​Obtain teacher/community feedback

Online survey                                                                                                                                    

Materials displayed at the Education Support Complex


​Review committees made recommendations to District Instructional Material Allotment Team


​Recommendations for Board approval


Upcoming Proclamations:

Proclamation 2022 (2022-2023 School Year): 
 CTE:  Health Services, CTE:  Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Science, K-12


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