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1 Performance Measure Martin's Mill ISD 1). Fine Arts Not Applicable Unacceptable Acceptable Recognized - 10 Exemplary 1 Participation of students in public music performance Less than 60% of students participate in public music performances. 70 to 79% of students participate in public music performances. 80 to 89% of students participate in public music performances. 90% or more of students participate in public music performances. 2 Students participated in art activities outside of the regular classroom. Less than 50% of students are participating in the Meet the Master's Program. 60% -70 % of students are participating in the Meet the Master's Program. 70%-80% of students are participating in the Meet the Master's Program. Greater than 80 % of students are participating in the Meet the Master's Program. 3 Fine Arts UIL or comparable Competition Participation Less than 5% of participating Fine Arts students involved in UIL or like competitions. 5 to 10% of participating Fine Arts students involved in UIL or like competitions. 11 to 15% of participating Fine Arts students involved in UIL or like competitions. 16 to 20% of participating Fine Arts students involved in UIL or like competitions. 4 Fine Arts UIL or comparable Competition Outcome Did not participate in UIL Fine Arts Competition 6 or more students earned district acknowledgement 4 or more students earned regional acknowledgement 2 or more students qualfiied for state

2 5 Opportunities to participate in special events Ex: cultural development, field trips, guest speakers, artists, musicians Less than the acceptable number of 1 opportunity 2-3 More than 4 OVERALL RATING 0 to 4 5 to 8 8 to to 15 Recognized (8), Exemplary (12)

3 Performance Measure Martin's Mill ISD 2). Wellness and Physical Education Not Applicable Unacceptable Acceptable Recognized (15) Exemplary 1 PE students participating in fitness programs on campus <50% of students participating <50-70% of students participating 70-90% of students participating % of participating 2 Character education is offered to elementary students in PE <50% of students participate <50-70% of students participate 70-90% of students participate % students participate 3 Students have access to exercise other than the required PE Campus rarely provides additional Campus occasionally provides Campus generally provides Campus consistiently provides 4 PE students participating in fitness programs on campus <50% of students participating <50-70% of students participating 70-90% of students participating % of participating

4 5 Grades 6-8 get at least 30 minutes per day of physical activity through Physical Education Courses. Occasionally Some weeks Most weeks Always 6 Percentage of students that passed each indicator on the fitnessgram <60% 70-79% 80-89% % 7 Campus offers to promote healthy choices Rarely Occasionally Generally Somewhat Planned Consistently Throughout the year OVERALL RATING 0 to 5 6 to to to 21 Recognized (13), Exemplary (18)

5 Performance Measure Martin's Mill ISD 3). Community and Parent Involvement Not Applicable Unacceptable Acceptable Recognized - 9 Exemplary 1 Teachers actively promote parent/community participation in the classroom. Less than 40 volunteer hours are recorded volunteer hours are recorded volunteer hours are recorded volunteer hours are recorded 2 Programs are scheduled during Elementary PTO meetings to engage parents in the education of their students. Rarely - < 2 Occasionally (3-6) Common Practice (5-6) Consistently Throughout the Year > 6 3 Programs are scheduled to engage parents in the education of their students. Rarely - < 3 Occasionally (4-6) Common Practice (7-9) Consistently Throughout the Year > 10 4 Campus actively promotes participation in parent organizations. < 5% of parents participate in a parent organization 6-10% of parents participate in one or more parent organizations 11-20% of parents participate in one or more parent organizations > 20 % of parents participate in one or more parent organizations OVERALL RATING 0 to 3 4 to 6 7 to 9 10 to 12

6 Exemplary (11), Acceptable (6)

7 Performance Measure Martin's Mill ISD 4). 21st Century Workforce Development Not Applicable Unacceptable Acceptable - 4 Recognized Exemplary 1 Using word, excel, publisher, powerpoint, and keyboarding skills 15 minutes or less 30 minutes per week 45 minutes per week 1 hour per week 2 Percent of students completing articulated CTE programs that lead to recognized certifications or licenses. 0-25% of CTE graduates received certification or license or on pathway to obtain. 25% to 50% of CTE graduates received certification or license or on pathway to obtain. 50% to 75% of CTE graduates received certifications or licenses or on pathway to obtain. 75% or higher - CTE graduates received certificatioins or licenses or on pathway to obtain. 3 Percent of students participating in career assessments. (i.e. Kuder) Zero to 10% of exiting 7th graders have participated in 1 or more Career Assessment. 11 % to 30% of exiting 7th graders have participated in 1 or more Career Assessments. 31% - 50: of exiting 7th graders have participated in 1 or more Career Assessments. 51% or high exiting 7th graders have participated in 1 or more Career Asessments. 4 Number of studentcentered college and career enrichment opportunites (i.e. Guest Speakers, College Visits, Career Days/ Fairs, Science Fairs 0 provided annually 1-2 provided annually 3-4 provided annually 5 or more provided annually

8 OVERALL RATING 0 to 3 4 to 6 7 to 9 10 to 12 Acceptable (6), Acceptable (4)

9 Performance Measure Martin's Mill ISD 5). Second Language Acquisition Program Not Applicable Unacceptable Acceptable - 7 Recognized Exemplary 1 Teacher Certification (One teacher per every elementary grade is certified) 79% or less of each elementary grade level has a certified ESL teacher. 80% - 89% of each elementary grade level has a certified ESL teacher. 90% - 99% of each elementary grade level has a certified ESL teacher. 100% of each elementary grade level has a certified ESL teacher. 2 Secondary Teacher Preparation (All ELA teachers are certifed) 79% or less of all secondary ELA teachers are certified ESL 80% - 89% of all secondary ELA teachers are certified ESL 90% - 99% of all secondary ELA teachers are certified ESL 100% of all secondary ELA teachers are certified ESL 3 4 Annual progress of English language development as demonstrated through TELPAS Participation of ESL Parent orientation Fewer than 69% of ELL students demonstrate progress Fewer than 69% of ESL Parents attend orientation 70% - 79% of ELL students demonstrate progress 70% - 79% of ESL Parents attend orientation 80% - 89% of ELL students demonstrate progress 80% - 89% of ESL Parents attend orientation 90% or more of ELL students demonstrate progress More than 90% of ESL Parents attend orientation 5 Levels of risk in PBMAS on measures related to ELLs 6 out of 9 indicators have a risk factor 1 or 0 7 out of 9 indicators have a risk factor 1 or 0 8 out of 9 indicators have a risk factor of 1 or 0 All indicators have a risk factor of 1 or 0

10 OVERALL RATING 0 to 4 5 to 8 9 to to 15 Recognized (9), Acceptable (5)

11 Performance Measure Students will have the opportunity to use technology for activities that reinforce the core curriculum and show profiency in the Technology Applications TEKS. Teacher promotes student engagement through use of technology as indicated by administrative evaluations. Students will have the opportunity to use technology for activities that reinforce the core curriculum and show proficiency in the Technology Applications TEKS. Teacher promotes student engagement through use of technology as indicated by administrative evaluations. Martin's Mill ISD 6). Digital Learning Environment Not Applicable Unacceptable Acceptable Recognized - 16 Exemplary 25% of elementary students showed proficiency in the Technology Applications TEKS 25% of teachers promoted student engagement through use of technology as indicated by administrative evaluations. 25% of high school students showed proficiency in the Technology Applications TEKS 25% of teachers promoted student engagement through use of technology as indicated by administrative evaluations % of elementary students showed proficiency in the Technology Applications TEKS 26-50% of teachers promoted student engagement through use of technology as indicated by administrative evaluations % of high school students showed proficiency in the Technology Applications TEKS 26-50% of teachers promoted student engagement through use of technology as indicated by administrative evaluations % of elementary students showed proficiency in the Technology Applications TEKS 51-89% of teachers promoted student engagement through use of technology as indicated by administrative evaluations % of high school students showed proficiency in the Technology Applications TEKS 51-89% of teachers promoted student engagement through use of technology as indicated by administrative evaluations. 90% or more elementary students showed proficiency in the Technology Applications TEKS 90% or more teachers promoted student engagement through use of technology as indicated by administrative evaluations. 90% or more high school students showed proficiency in the Technology Applications TEKS 90% or more teachers promoted student engagement through use of technology as indicated by administrative evaluations.

12 5 Instructional Technology Training were available for all faculty and staff. (video conferencing, e-training, or in the classroom with a trainer). 25% of teachers have participated in 8 hrs or more of instructional technology training sessions % of teachers have participated in 8 hrs or more of instructional technology training sessions % of teachers have participated in 8 hrs or more of instructional technology training sessions % of teachers have participated in 8 hrs or more of instructional technology training sessions. 6 The district will provide an up-todate technology infrastructure and equipment to create for further technology growth. Less then 50% of the technology equipment (including servers) has not reached maximum life expectancy or is within warranty. 50% - 60% of the technology equipment (including servers) has not reached maximum life expectancy or is within warranty. 61% - 70% of the technology equipment (including servers) has not reached maximum life expectancy or is within warranty. 71% or more of the technology equipment (including servers) has not reached maximum life expectancy or is within warranty. 7 MMISD classrooms are equipped with 21st century technology including smartboards, projectors, document cameras, and availability to check out IPads; giving every student multiple to learn. 25% of classrooms include smartboards, projectors, document cameras, and availability to check out IPads; giving every student multiple to learn % of classrooms include smartboards, projectors, document cameras, and availability to check out IPads; giving every student multiple to learn % of classrooms include smartboards, projectors, document cameras, and availability to check out IPads; giving every student multiple to learn 95% of classrooms include smartboards, projectors, document cameras, and availability to check out IPads; giving every student multiple to learn 8 Martin's Mill Wi-Fi Network is accessible, safe and secure for all staff. 25% of staff can access our Wi-Fi % of staff can access our Wi-Fi % of staff can access our Wi-Fi. 90% or more staff can access our Wi-Fi. 9 Martin's Mill Wi-Fi Network is accessible, safe and secure, for all students and guests. 25% of students and guests can access our Wi-Fi % of students and guests can access our Wi-Fi % of students and guests can access our Wi-Fi. 90% or more students and guests can access our Wi-Fi.

13 OVERALL RATING 0 to 6 7 to to to 27 Recognized (17), Acceptable (13)

14 1 2 Performance Measure Teachers Meeting State GT Hours Requirements GT students participate in rigorous activites at least twice a month within classroom Martin's Mill ISD 7). Educational Programs for Gifted and Talented Students Not Applicable Unacceptable Acceptable Recognized Exemplary - 17 < 100% GT Teachers Meeting State Requirements Students do NOT Participate in Rigorous activities during an academic year 100% GT Teachers Meeting State Requirements 50-74% students participate in rigorous activities during an academic year 100% GT Teachers Meeting State Requirements AND 50% of those teachers have 6 additional Hours 75-90% students Participate in Rigorous Activities during an academic year 100% GT Teachers Meeting State Requirements AND >50% of those GT teachers have 6 or more additional Hours % students Participate in Rigorous Activities during an academic year 3 GT teachers are meeting State GT hours requirements < 100% GT Teachers Meeting State Requirements 100% GT Teachers Meeting State Requirements 75-90% students Participate in Rigorous Activities during an academic year % students Participate in Rigorous Activities during an academic year 4 GT Service Opportunities Academies/PreAP/ AP Less than 85% of GT Students participate in GT Program Options 85-90% of GT Students participate in GT Program Options 90-95% of GT Students participate in GT Program Options % of GT Students participate in GT Program Options 5 Academic UIL Competition Did not participate in UIL Academic Competition Ranked 3rd in District Academic UIL Competition Ranked 2nd in District Academic UIL Competition Ranked 1st in District Academic UIL Competition

15 6 Student leadership activities, field trips and/or competitions are planned for GT students GT students do not have the opportunity to participate in school leadership activities, dedicated field trips or competitions. Student leadership activities are provided for GT students Student leadership activities and a minimum of 1 field trip are provided for GT students Student leadership activities, a minimum of 1 field trip and 1 competition opportunity are provided for GT students 7 Students are identified and selected for G/T programs in a timely manner Rarely Occasionally Generally Planned Consistently Throughout the year OVERALL RATING 0 to 5 6 to to to 21 Exemplary (18), Recognized (14)

16 6 Performance Measure Not Applicable Martin's Mill ISD 8). Dropout Prevention Unacceptable Acceptable Recognized - 12 Exemplary 1 Career Day to discuss what students want to be and how they can accomplish that goal <69% participation 70-79% participation 80-89% participation >90% participation 2 3 Percent of 8th grade students with High School credit Percent of students participating in extracurricular activities <10% 10-25% 26-50% >50% < 10% 10% - 25% 25% - 49% > 50% 4 Number of clubs/organizations offered < or more 5 Campus has designed intervention programs for at-risk students Specific intervention programs are not available on the campuses Campuses offer 1-2 intervention programs/strategies Campuses offer 3-4 intervention programs/strategies Campuses offer more than 5 intervention programs/strategies

17 OVERALL RATING 0 to 4 5 to 9 10 to to 18 Recognized (12), Exemplary (18)

18 2 Martin's Mill ISD 9). Compliance with Statutory Reporting and Policy Requirements Performance Data Question Answer Timeline Measure Source Academic Notices / Reports District What percent of these indicators were in compliance? 100% April 3 Tax and Finance Notices / Reports District What percent of these indicators were in compliance? 100% April 4 Personnel Notices / Reports District What percent of these indicators were in compliance? 100% April 5 General Governance Notices / Reports District What percent of these indicators were in compliance? 100% April Elementary, High School, and Exemplary

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