|Information to be Posted||Notes||Navigate|
|Proposed Local Innovation Plan||Must be available on the district’s website for at least 30 days before a board may vote to adopt it.||N/A|
|Local Innovation Plan||Must be posted by a district designated as a district of innovation in a prominent location on the district website.||LINK|
|Notice of Accredited-Warned, Accredited-Probation, or Not Accredited-Revoked Status||Must appear on district’s homepage not later than 30 calendar days after accreditation status is assigned and remain until the district is assigned the Accredited status.||N/A|
||Must be posted not later than the 10th day after the first day of instruction each year, and must include a definition and explanation of each accreditation status.||LINK|
|Texas Academic Performance Report||LINK|
|Annual Federal Report Card||LINK|
|Targeted Improvement Plan or updated plan for a campus assigned an Unacceptable Performance rating||Must be posted before the board hearing on the plan.||N/A|
|Notice of Ability to Review the Completed Campus Turnaround Plan||Must appear at least 30 days before the final plan is submitted to the board.||N/A|
|Campaign Finance Report Required by Texas Election Code chapter 254||Required for a district located wholly or partly in a municipality with a population of more than 500,000 and with a student enrollment of more than 15,000.
Must be available not later than the 5th business day after the report is filed with the district.
|Minutes of the Last Regular Board Meeting Held Before an Election of Trustees||Required if the minutes reflect that a trustee is deficient in meeting the trustee’s training requirements under Texas Education Code section 11.159.
If required, must be posted within 10 business days of the meeting and maintained until the trustee meets the requirements.
|Notice of Board Meeting||Must also post the agenda if the district contains all or part of the area within the corporate boundaries of a municipality with a population of 48,000 or more.
Posting notice on a district’s website is an alternative to providing notice to a county clerk under Texas Government Code section 551.053(a)(3) for districts extending into four or more counties.
|Archived Video & Audio Recording of Board Meetings||Required for a district with a student enrollment of 10,000 or more.
Must make archived recording available on the Internet no later than seven days after the recording was made, and the recording must be maintained on the Internet for not less than two years after it was first made available.
|Specific Information pertaining to Proposed Capital Appreciation Bonds|
|Statement regarding Proposed Maintenance and Operations Tax Rate||Posted on district’s homepage if the district proposes to increase taxes to fund maintenance and operations expenditures.||LINK|
|Proposal for Qualifying Project||Must be posted not later than the tenth day after the district accepts the proposal.|
|Summary of Proposed Budget||Must be posted concurrently with publication of notice of the budget.||LINK|
|Adopted Budget||Must be maintained until the third anniversary of the date it was adopted.||LINK|
|Annual Report of Certain Financial Information||Must be posted continuously until the district posts the next annual report; as an alternative to posting the annual report, district may post a link to the Comptroller’s Website where the district’s financial information may be viewed.||LINK|
|Contact Information for the District’s Main Office, including Physical Address, Mailing Address, Main Telephone Number, and an Email Address||LINK|
|Conflicts Disclosure Statements and Questionnaires||LINK|
|Landowner’s Bill of Rights||Must be posted not later than the seventh day before a district with eminent domain authority makes a final offer to a property owner to acquire real property.||LINK|
|Electricity, Water, and Natural Gas Usage and Costs||LINK|
|Group Health Coverage Plan & Comparability Report||Required for a district that does not participate in the uniform group health insurance program (TRS- ActiveCare).||N/A|
|Transition and Employment Guide for Students in Special Education and their Parents||LINK|
|Agreement Between District and Public Institution of Higher Education to Provide a Dual Credit Program||Must be posted annually.|
|Information from TEA Explaining Advantages of the Distinguished Level of Achievement and each Endorsement||Must be available to students in grades 9 and above and parents or guardians in the language in which they are most proficient if at least 20 students in a grade level primarily speak that language.|
|Administration Dates for PSAT/NMSQT and College Advanced Placement Tests with Procedures for Home-schooled Students to Register|
|Information on each Assessment Required by the State to Comply with 20 U.S.C. § 6311, Other Assessments Required by the State, and Assessments Required District- Wide||Required of a district that receives funds under Title 1, Part A. Must be posted on the district website and, where practicable, the website of each campus for each grade served.|
|Information Regarding Local Programs and Services Available to Assist Homeless Students||Does not apply to a school within a district that has enrollment of less than 3,000 students and is primarily located in a county with a population of less than 50,000.||LINK|
|Required and Recommended Immunizations, Health Clinics that offer the Influenza Vaccine, and a link to the Department State Health Services Website that contains information on Immunization Exemptions||Must be prominent and in English and Spanish.||LINK|
|Procedure for Reporting Bullying||Required to the extent practicable.||LINK|
|Notice Regarding Ability to Refuse Entry or Eject Certain Persons and Appeals Process||Must be posted on the district website and each campus website.||LINK|
|Public Information Requests||All Public Information Requests can be made by contacting Matty Salinas at firstname.lastname@example.org|
In compliance with the requirements of Title IX, 34 C.F.R. § 106.45 (b)(10), Randolph Field ISD has provided required training to all Title IX personnel including the District’s Title IX Coordinator(s), Investigator(s), Decision-Maker(s), and Facilitator(s) on August 13, 2020. This training can be viewed by accessing the below.
Director of Human Resources
|Education Rights and Responsibilities During COVID-19||
As a result of COVID-19. many families must make decisions about their children's education that factor in student and family safety as well as student learning. This flyer is intended to outline some of the options parents have when returning to school and to share some information regarding those options.
Required posting highlighting number of staff and students COVID-19 positive and COVID-19 symptomatic.