Required Postings

State and federal laws require the posting of certain information on a school district’s website. These items appear in various locations around the website, so we have provided this page as a way to easily locate this information. To scroll to the appropriate section, select a category from the list on the right.

Administrative

Notices and Agendas to Board Meetings

Texas Government Code §551.056(a), §551.056(b)(3), §551.043, and §551.051 require notices of board meetings to be posted on the district website. In addition, Texas Government Code §551.056(c)(3) requires agendas of board meetings to be posted on the district website. Board meeting notices include the agenda and are available on the School Board page.
Location: Board of Directors Meeting Agenda

Names of Members of Governing Body

Texas Education Code §12.1211 requires that an open-enrollment charter school list the names of the members of the governing body on the home page of the website.
Locations: Home Page
See Also: School Board

Public Information Requests

Texas Government Code §552.234(b) and (d) require that schools post the designated mailing address and e-mail address for receiving public information. In addition, Texas Government Code §552.235(b) states that if the school accepts the public information request form published by the Attorney General, the form is posted on the website.
Locations: Public Information Requests, Public Information Request Form

Financial

Chief Executive Officer Salary

Texas Education Code §12.136 and Texas Administrative Code Title 19 §§100.1007(d)/100.1032(2)(K)/§100.1050 require that an open-enrollment charter school post the salary of the school’s superintendent or, as applicable, of the administrator serving as educational leader and chief executive officer.
Location: Financial Information

School Budget

Texas Education Code §44.051 and Texas Administrative Code Title 19 §100.1032(2)(K) require that school districts post a copy of the budget adopted by the board of trustees.
Location: Financial Information

Annual Financial Statement/Compliance Report

Texas Local Government Code §140.006(c) and Texas Administrative Code Title 19 §§ 100.1032(2)(K)/100.1050 require the annual financial statement to be posted on the district’s website. Texas Administrative Code Title 19 §100.1032(2)(K) requires the annual financial and compliance report be posted on the district’s website. Both are contained in the same document and posted by year.
Location: Financial Information
See Also: Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) information on campus accountability pages: Howard Burnham, Da Vinci, Linguistic Academy, Vista del Futuro

Academics

Academic Performance Report

Texas Education Code §39.306 and Texas Administrative Code Title 19 §61.1022 require posting of the Texas Academic Performance Report.
Locations: Howard Burnham Government Documents, Da Vinci Government Documents, Linguistic Academy Government Documents, Vista del Futuro Government Documents

College, Career, and Military Readiness Plans

Texas Education Code §11.186(c) §12.104(b)(3)(U) require the board adopt and post college, career, and military readiness plans that set specific annual goals for the following five years to reach quantifiable goals for student college, career, and military readiness at each campus. An annual report is also required. The goals and report are combined and available by district.
Locations: School Board § Board Goals

College Credit Program

Texas Education Code §28.009(b-2)(7) require that charter schools with a college credit program post the memorandum of understanding/articulation agreement between the charter school and the public institution of higher education
Locations: T-STEM Initative

Early Childhood Literacy/Mathematics Proficiency Plans and Progress Reports

Texas Education Code §11.185(a), (e) and §12.104(b)(3)(T) require the board adopt and post early childhood literacy and mathematics proficiency plans that set specific annual goals for the following five years to reach quantifiable goals for student performance in reading and mathematics at each campus. An annual report is also required. The goals and report are combined and available by district.
Locations: School Board § Board Goals

Federal Report Card

20 U.S.C. § 6311(h)(B)(iii) requires the posting of an annual federal report card.
Locations: Howard Burnham Government Documents, Da Vinci Government Documents, Linguistic Academy Government Documents, Vista del Futuro Government Documents

State Assessment Information

Title 20 of the United States Code requires the posting of assessments required at the state, federal, and local level.
Locations: Howard Burnham Assessments, Da Vinci Assessments, Vista del Futuro Assessments, Linguistic Academy Assessments

Health

Immunization Information, Exemptions from Immunization Requirements

Texas Education Code §38.019 and §38.1019(a) require that districts post a link to the Department of State Health Services website, which includes information about immunization requirements and suggestions, as well as information relating to the procedures for claiming an exemption from the immunization requirements of Texas Education Code §38.001.
Locations: Vaccination Information, Exemption Information, Coordinated School Health – Flu Information
Additional Information: Texas Department of State Health Services – Immunization Unit, TexasFlu.org

Nutrition and Health-Related Policies

Texas Education Code §28.004 requires that districts post a statement of policies including at least 30 minutes of exercise per school day for elementary through junior high school students, restriction of access to vending machines, and use of tobacco products on-campus and at off-campus school events.
Locations: Coordinated School Health
Additional Information: Nutrition

Guidelines for the Care of Students with Food Allergies At-Risk for Anaphylaxis

Texas Education Code §38.0151 requires that districts post a summary of the TEA’s "Guidelines for the Care of Students with Food Allergies At-Risk for Anaphylaxis" and instructions to access the complete document. Simply click or tap the "Full Guidelines Document" link to access the complete document.
Locations: TEA’s Summary, Full Guidelines Document

Process for Reporting Bullying

Texas Education Code §12.104(b)(2)(P) and §37.0832 require that districts post the procedure for reporting bullying as part of the school’s policy prohibiting bullying and retaliation against those who report bullying.
Locations: Anti-Bullying Policy

Miscellaneous

Transition and Employment Guide

Texas Education Code §29.0112(e)(1) requires that districts post the transition and employment guide on the district’s website.
Location: Texas Transition and Employment Guide
Additional Information: Special Education

Special Education Eligibility Information

Information about Special Education eligibility and evaluation is available by campus.
Location: Special Education

Title IX Coordinator/Training Materials

34 C.F.R. §106.8(b)(1) requires the posting of the name, title, e-mail address, and phone number of any designated Title IX Coordinator. In addition, 34 C.F.R. §106.45(b)(10)(i)(D) requires that schools post on their website any materials used to train Title IX Coordinators, investigators, decision-makers, and any person who facilitates an informal resolution process.
Location: Title IX

Website Accessibility Information

Although not a strict legal requirement under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, we provide a method to inform the webmaster of any issues with accessibility on the district’s website.
Location: Accessibility