Required Postings

Texas Association of School Administrators Required Postings


  • TISD Administrative Postings to meet Required Postings Provisions


  • Notice of School Board Meeting (Government Code, §551.056(a)-(b)): Requires the posting of a meeting notice on the district’s website, if a website is maintained.

    • Tatum  ISD posts notices of School Board meetings to the district website in the School Board section of the district website.

    • Board Meetings 

The Texas Education Code (TEC), §39.306, requires each district’s board of trustees to publish an annual report that includes the TAPR, district accreditation status, campus performance objectives, information on violent or criminal incidents, and information on the performance of the previous year’s graduates in their first year of college, as reported by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB).


  • Texas Academic Performance Report, District Rating (Education Code, §39.362), as amended by HB 3 (81st Legislature)): Requires a school district that maintains a website to post the most recent campus report card for each campus in the district, the information in the most recent performance report, the most recent accreditation status and performance rating of the district, and a definition and explanation of each accreditation status and performance rating.

    • Tatum  ISD posts Academic Performance Reports and Accountability Ratings to the district website under the following sections on the district's website: 

Superintendent, School Board and State Required Internet Postings


  • Annual Federal Report Card (20 U.S.C. 6311 (h)(2)(E))

    • For the most recent Federal Report Card use this LINK

High-Quality Prekindergarten Programs Family Engagement Plan – The Commissioner’s Rule 102.1003 (f) established family engagement strategies that are based on empirical research and are proven to demonstrate positive short-term and long-term outcomes for early childhood education.

 

Testing Transparency (20 U.S.C. § 6312(e)(2)(B)) Requires school districts that receive Title 1, Part A funds to post on the website of each school served 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.

Testing for Homeschooled Students (Education Code, §29.916 (c)) - Requires a school district to post on its website the dates that the PSAT/NMSQT or any college advanced placement test will be administered, the availability of the exams to home schooled students, and the procedures to register for them.

    • Tatum ISD posts college placement tests on the Tatum High School campus site, which can be found using this LINK

    • Home-Schooled students can find out the availability and procedures for registering for college placement tests by calling the Tatum High School Counselor's office at 903-947-0103





  • Vacancy Postings (Education Code, §11.1513(d)(1)(B), as amended by SB 300 (81th Legislature)): Allows at least ten days’ notice of a vacant position requiring a certificate or license to be posted on the district’s website, if the school district maintains a website.

    • Tatum ISD posts vacant positions requiring a certificate or license to the Tatum ISD district website under Employment.

    • Employment

Tatum ISD Financial Postings to meet Required Postings Provisions


  • Electricity, Water, and Natural Gas Costs (Government Code, §2264.001(b), as amended by HB 3693 (80th Legislature)): Requires the posting of the metered amounts of electricity, water, and gas consumption for which the district is required to pay and the aggregate amounts of those services.

    • Tatum  ISD posts the Electricity, Water and Natural Gas costs for the district under the Required Postings section of the district website.

    • Utilities

    • 18-19 Utilities


  • Landowner’s Bill of Rights (Property Code, §21.0112(b)(2), as amended by HB 1495 (80th Legislature)): Requires a school district to make available, if technologically feasible, on its Internet website a landowner’s bill of rights prepared by the Attorney General.