Instructional Materials Allotment
Instructional Materials Selection 2024
Proclamation 2024 includes instructional materials for the following content areas:
- K-12 Science
- Career and Technical Education
- Technology Applications
- Personal Financial Literacy and Economics
- AP Language and Literature
Parent Volunteers Needed
Katy ISD is looking for parent volunteers to serve on committees to review and select new instructional materials to be implemented during the 2024-2025 school year. If you would like to be a part of one of the review committees, complete the interest form here by November 17, 2023, to be considered for participation on the selection committee. Keep in mind that not all volunteers may be selected to serve on a committee.
Instructional Materials & Technology Allotment (IMTA)
The Instructional Materials and Technology Allotment (IMTA) can be used to purchase instructional materials; technological equipment; certain related software, systems, and services; and salaries for specific technical support employees, as described in Texas Education Code (TEC), Chapter 31 Instructional Materials and Texas Administrative Code §66.1307.
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.
Establish Instructional Materials Committees
Committees review instructional materials and select top 3-4 selections
Establish Instructional Materials Committee for New Courses Obtain teacher/community feedback
Review committees make recommendations to District Instructional Materials Allotment Team
Recommendations presented for Board approval
Nakia Coy, Executive Director of Federal Programs and External Funding
Phone: (281) 396-2243