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									“Actively Engaged In the Future of Our
                          Community”
• Growing District – 8,700
  students enrolled first
  week of school
• Currently have 12
  campuses.
• Community approved
  $111 million dollar Bond
  Referendum in 2009
• Fifth year of significant
  academic gains all
  subjects/all grade levels.
• Eight of nine eligible campuses named
 Exemplary or Recognized by Texas
 Education Agency. (AEIS Accountability
 System)
• TAKS Scores increased in every area
• Double-digit improvement in Science
• Channelview High School scores reach
 “Recognized” level. “Completion Rate”
 Recognized if appeal granted.
• Alice Johnson Junior High “Recognized”
• Cobb Sixth Grade “Exemplary”
• Voter approval of $111 million bond issue
 Scores show notable increases over five-year period
                                             Social
Year   Reading   Math   Writing   Science
                                            Studies

2005    74%      60%      84%      47%       79%

2006    80%      62%      86%      56%       80%

2007    83%      70%      87%      61%       85%

2008    85%      72%      92%      61%       88%

2009    87%      78%      90%      63%       86%

2010    86%      83%      92%      77%       94%
• Classroom space added to Brown, Crenshaw, McMullan, and
    Schochler Elementary
•   Construction of Early Childhood Center and Endeavor
    Alternative Campus
•   Construction of Aguirre Junior High
•   Construction of Educational Support Center
•   Maintenance and Transportation Facility
•   Athletic Facilities, Football Stadium, Track, Central
    Gymnasium, Athletic Offices
•   Band Hall
Early Childhood Center


                         Aguirre Junior High
New Band Hall – Channelview High School
• Due to a state budget shortfall of
  $18 billion and an insufficient and
  inequitable funding formula for
  school districts
 Channelview ISD adopted a deficit budget of
  $1.8 million for the first time
 We must continue to “do more with less”
 Where do we get the additional funding for …
a) staffing new schools
b) competitive salaries
c) new instructional resources and resources for
   STARR and End of Course Exams
d) Teacher training
• Funding allotments locked in at
  2005 levels                                          Comparison of area districts
• Tax rate at maximum                                District         Funding per
                                                                      student
 (a further increase would require voter approval)
                                                     Channelview      $5,123
• No new state funding expected                      Cy-Fair          $4,969
• District looking for ways to balance               Deer Park        $6,121
                                                     Goose Creek      $5,900
  budget and be more efficient
                                                     Huffman          $5,279
• Channelview ISD’s target revenue                   Klein            $5,275
  ranks 48th out of 54 districts in                  North Forest     $5,695
  Region IV.                                         Pasadena         $5,161
                                                     Spring           $5,247
• Continuing to increase District and campuses
    completion rate
•   Continuing to decrease the District’s drop-out rate
•   Students tested too much – estimated testing 25 to
    30 days per school year. Increasing in 2011
•   Preparing students and staff for End-of-Course
    exams (grades 9-12) and new STARR Test (grades 3-
    8)
•   Increase the number of Commended students on
    state assessments
•   Placing major emphasis on College and Career
    Readiness
• Student scores at state “Exemplary”
  levels
• Need to keep building on positive
  energy from last year
• Direct focus on increasing
  completion rate
• Continue to prepare students for
  the world of “higher learning” in
  college and the work force
Challenges, challenges,
     challenges…


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