are state regulations for remediation for grades fifth through eighth but
summer programs would have to take into account for facility, faculty, and
a District, we offer our students a tremendous amount of extracurricular
activities at all levels of education which the District hopes to tap in to
what stimulates and excites students.
As a District we support and focus on positive behavior and use the card as a way to monitor behavior. The District can look at creating a new more positive card.
was a state mandated bill that passed with no funding. There are still a lot of questions that need
to be answered like “do we need dedicated rooms” and “what will the process be
to handle a situation”. As soon as these
questions are answered, we can move forward with how the District will fund and
Every child learns differently and every teacher teaches differently, so the District has both technology and traditional research methods and testing methods available to the students of Katy ISD. In regards to having more sites available to the students the District chose to stay away from using too many so that it could monitor and control these sites.
do have the option to request textbooks.
They need to contact the campus textbook coordinator.
is all in perception, as a District we feel we spend too much time on the negative
areas. The negative perception usually comes
from outside of the District and the community has shown to be supportive. When looking at this optimistically, the
District needs to look at what makes the District better and celebrate those
successes. The District needs positive
people with positive energy.
District is constantly looking at new ways to help with our special education,
504, and dyslexia programs. It is
important that the District deliver the Dyslexia Intervention Program with
fidelity. At the same time, dyslexia students often have need for
instructional support in one or more content areas where reading is required.
Most parents do not want their child to miss art, music, or recess in
order to get additional instructional support. The parent also expressed
her belief that not all teachers do not have a good understanding of what
dyslexia is and how it can impact a student’s performance in the classroom.
To address this concern, an overview of dyslexia will be added to the mandatory
on-line trainings for 2016-17 that all teachers must review.
District officials have met with her several times before she was appointed to
her current position. She asked all the
right questions, she is passionate about her job, and she wants what is best
Canvas is an on line learning platform for all our students. It is a great tool for sending and receiving information between students and teachers and between students if working on projects. The District has provided IPads and hotspots for students to check out and use at their convenience. Parents are required to have a separate log in from their students so that they can only see their child's grades and information.