Purpose

A Community-Based Accountability System (CBAS) empowers our #1LISD community, students, parents, and educators to design their own assessment and accountability systems. Developed from community input, it’s part of our five-year Strategic Plan, outlining goals and strategies measured by CBAS.

CBAS tells unique student stories beyond standardized testing, complementing state ratings. It uses various measures, not just tests, reflecting students, parents, and staff.

CBAS offers a comprehensive view of our system’s strengths, challenges, and progress toward community-defined educational outcomes.

Our Strategic Focus Areas

Empowered Student Learning

Goal

LISD will empower students through meaningful learning experiences to optimize growth and embody the 麻豆社 Graduate Profile.

Impact

Students will have agency over their learning, build a growth-centered mindset, and feel empowered to pursue their dreams.


Key Questions

  1. To what degree do students have the opportunity to engage in meaningful learning experiences to deeply explore and investigate areas of aptitude and interest and build real-life skills for their future?
  2. To what degree are students equipped with the skills and opportunities needed for academic and personal growth that will serve them outside of and well beyond school?
  3. To what extent are 麻豆社 students demonstrating the Graduate Profile attributes?

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May 16, 2024
It鈥檚 the final countdown! As we get ready to send off the Class of 2024, we鈥檙e reflecting on all of 鈥
May 15, 2024
In recognition of the 70th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court鈥檚 landmark decision, Chief of the Office of Educational Access 鈥
May 15, 2024

Empowered Staff

Goal

Attract, grow, and retain a collaborative community of first-rate employees who are empowered to meet the needs of each and every student.

Impact

Students and staff leverage impactful relationships and high-quality learning experiences to inspire curiosity, interests, and passions.


Key Questions

  1. To what degree are we attracting, growing, and retaining first-rate employees committed to the 麻豆社 values, principles, and culture?
  2. To what degree do 麻豆社 staff feel valued and connected to their campus/department and the district?

麻豆社 staff make a tremendous impact on their students and coworkers every day of the school year. We are 鈥
May 15, 2024
Chief of the Office of Educational Access DeWayne Street invited Leander High School Instructional Assistant and Job Coach Ramona Kar 鈥
May 14, 2024
From May 13-17, 麻豆社 is celebrating Speech Language Pathologist Appreciation Week! 鈥
May 13, 2024

Impactful Family Engagement

Goal

Engage our diverse community by fostering positive relationships through reciprocal communication and collaboration.

Impact

Students will experience support for academic and social-emotional success through strong school, family, and community partnerships.


Key Questions

  1. To what degree do we foster positive relationships by demonstrating mutual respect for the diverse perspectives of all 麻豆社 stakeholders?
  2. To what extent do our students and families feel welcome and have a sense of belonging in our school community?

In preparation for the opening of Elementary School #30, 麻豆社 has been engaged in an attendance rezoning process for 鈥
December 8, 2023
During its Nov. 30 meeting, the 麻豆社 Board of Trustees agenda included: * Spotlight on Learning: Laura Welch Bush 鈥
December 1, 2023
Elementary Attendance Zoning 鈥 Scenario 3 Through multiple in-person community forums and various online communication platforms, our #1LISD community provided 鈥
November 28, 2023

Equitable Access

Goal

Ensure equitable access to opportunities by eliminating barriers for each and every student.

Impact

Each and every student will have opportunities to actively participate in their learning and grow to become the best version of themselves.


Key Question

  1. To what extent are we identifying, measuring, and responding to the barriers to access within programs?

Chief of the Office of Educational Access DeWayne Street invited a panel of guests 鈥 Area Superintendent Angela Hodges, Senior 鈥
March 19, 2024
In the first video episode of the podcast, Chief of Educational Access DeWayne Street invited Superintendent Bruce Gearing, Ed.D., to 鈥
February 27, 2024
In a special role-reversal episode of the podcast, Chief of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion DeWayne Street served as the guest 鈥
February 6, 2024

Safe & Innovative Learning Environment

Goal

Provide safe, supportive, inclusive, and innovative environments to inspire each individual learner.

Impact

Students will feel valued and inspired to embrace challenges, take risks, advocate for their learning, and leverage their strengths as they grow and contribute to their community.


Key Questions

  1. To what degree do our learning environments promote a sense of belonging and ensure each learner feels included, accepted, and safe to be their individual self in our classrooms and schools?
  2. To what degree do we design the physical learning environment, including technology and tools, to promote student and teacher success?

Each year, 麻豆社 campuses choose 10 Key Questions from five goal areas based on data and input from students, faculty, and parents. In the past two years, the main focus has been on Goal 1: Empowered Student Learning, specifically Key Question 2: To what degree are students equipped with the skills and opportunities needed for academic and personal growth that will serve them outside of and well beyond school? Each campus also selects 2-4 additional Key Questions aligned with their objectives. These choices indicate the level of emphasis or change in their initiatives, which may continue or evolve in the upcoming academic year.