Report Status: Submitted FORMULA Report ID: 0018990615270001
 SAS#: NCLBAA16
Organization: Callisburg ISD County District: 049905101
Campus/Site: CALLISBURG EL ESC Region: 11
Vendor ID: 1756002878 School Year: 2015-2016
2015-2016 Annual Survey of Highly Qualified (HQ) Teachers
  PR1100  
  PR1100 - Highly Qualified (HQ) Survey  
 Amendment #     Version #   
District Not Required to Report This Campus (if selected, go to Part 11 to submit report)
Part 1: LEA Information
Campus Name
Campus Number
Part 2: Number of Teachers    
  General Ed. Special Ed.
 Total number of Teachers in Core Academic Subject areas
Part 3: Core Academic Subject Classes  
Subject General Education Special Education
A B C D
# of Classes # of Classes Taught by HQ Teachers # of Classes # of Classes Taught by HQ Teachers
 Elementary (Grades PK-5): 1 Teacher = 1 Class
1.   All Subjects
 Secondary (Grades 6-12): Each Section Taught Counts as 1 Class
2.   English
3.   Reading/Language Arts
4.   Mathematics
5.   Science
6.   Foreign Languages
7.   Civics and Government
8.   Economics
9.   Arts
10.   History
11.   Geography
  Total Secondary
  Grand Total
    Total % Highly Qualified
Part 4A: Number of Core Academic Teachers Who Are Teaching on the Following Permits  
  Permit
# of Teachers
Elem. (PK-5) Secondary (6-12)
1. Emergency (for certified personnel)
2. Emergency (for uncertified personnel)
3. Nonrenewable
4. Temporary Classroom Assignment
5. District Teaching
6. Temporary Exemption
Part 4B: Number of Core Academic Teachers with a Probationary Certificate Enrolled in an Alternative Certification Preparation Program
   
# of Teachers
General Education Special Education
7. Highly Qualified
8. Not Highly Qualified
Part 5: Reasons for Not Being Classified as Highly Qualified in All Assignments  
Elementary School Classes Number
1. Elementary School Classes Taught by Certified General Education Teachers Who Did Not Pass a Subject-Knowledge Test or (if eligible) Have Not Demonstrated Subject-Matter Competency through HOUSE
2. Elementary School Classes Taught by Certified Special Education Teachers Who Did Not Pass a Subject-Knowledge Test or (if eligible) Have Not Demonstrated Subject-Matter Competency through HOUSE
3. Elementary School Classes Taught by Teachers Who Are Not Fully Certified (and Are Not in an Approved Alternative Route Program)
4. Other (please explain)
Secondary School Classes Number
5. Secondary School Classes Taught by Certified General Education Teachers Who Have Not Demonstrated Subject-Matter Competency in Those Subjects (e.g., Out-of-Field Teachers).
6. Secondary School Classes Taught by Certified Special Education Teachers Who Have Not Demonstrated Subject-Matter Competency in Those Subjects.
7. Secondary School Classes Taught by Teachers Who Are Not Fully Certified (and Are Not in an Approved Alternative Route Program).
8. Other (please explain)
Part 6: FTEs of Special Education Teachers for Students by Age  
  Students 3-5 Students 6-21
1 Special Education FTEs That Are Highly Qualified
2 Special Education FTEs That Are Not Highly Qualified
3 Special Education FTEs That Are Not Required to Be Highly Qualified
Part 7: Paraprofessional Qualifications  
1. Title I, Part A Paraprofessionals WITH Instructional Support Duties in Core Academic Subject Areas (unduplicated count)
  Schoolwide Targeted Assistance
    Number FTE Number FTE
1. Total Number of Title I, Part A Paraprofessionals Who Provide Instructional Support in Core Academic Subject Areas Instructional Support Includes:
1. One-on-One Tutoring Scheduled at a Time When the Student Would Not; Otherwise Receive Instruction from a Teacher
2. Assisting in Classroom Management, such as Organizing Instructional and Other Materials
3. Providing Instructional Assistance in a Computer Laboratory
4. Providing Instructional Support in a Library or Media Center
2. Title I, Part A Paraprofessionals in 7.1.1 Who have an Associate Degree or Higher
3. Title I, Part A Paraprofessionals in 7.1.1 Who Have Completed Two Years of Study at an Institute of Higher Education
4. Title I, Part A Paraprofessionals in 7.1.1 Who Have Passed a Rigorous State or Local assessment Demonstrating Knowledge of, and the Ability to Assist in; Instructing, Reading, Writing, and Mathematics; or Readiness, Writing Readiness, and Mathematics Readiness, as appropriate
5. Title I, Part A Paraprofessionals with Instructional Support Duties Who are not included in 2,3, or 4 Above(do not meet 1119 requirements
Part 7: Paraprofessional Qualifications (continued)  
2. Title I, Part A Paraprofessionals WITHOUT Instructional Support Duties in Core Academic Subject Areas (unduplicated count)
  Schoolwide Targeted Assistance
  FTE FTE
1. Total Title I, Part A Paraprofessionals without Instructional Support Duties, or with Instructional Support Duties outside the Core Academic subject Areas
2. Title I, Part A Noninstructional Paraprofessionals in 7.2.1 with Clerk or Secretarial Duties, Noninstructional Assistance in Computer Laboratory, Food Services, Cafeteria or Playground Supervision, Personal Care Services, and Similar Duties
3. Title I, Part A Paraprofessionals in 7.2.1 Who Serve as Parental Liaisions
4. Title I, Part A Paraprofessionals in 7.2.1 Who Serve as Interpreters, but Provide no Direct Instruction
5. Title I, Part A Paraprofessionals in 7.2.1 without instructional support duties Who are Not Included in 2, 3 or 4 Above
3. Title I, Part A Paraprofessional FTEs for Students by Age Students 3-5 Students 6-21
1 FTEs with Special Education Assignments that Met Title I, Part A, Section 1119(c) Requirement
2 FTEs with Special Education Assignments That Did Not Meet Title I, Part A, Section 1119(c) Requirement
3 FTEs with Special Education Assignments That Are Not Required to Meet Title I, Part A, Section 1119(c) Requirement
Part 8: Parent Notifications
1a. Did the campus send parent notifications to notify parents that their child's teacher was not highly qualified? (P.l. 107-110, Section 1111(h)(6)(B)(ii) Yes No No Notification Required
1b. If yes, how many teachers required notifications to be sent?
Part 9: Teachers Not Meeting Highly Qualified
Elementary (PK-5) Teachers Not Meeting Highly Qualified
1.
Teacher Name:
Teacher Assignments:      
Setting:   
Grade Level:              
Strategies/Activities That Will Be Implemented to Meet HQ Requirements by the End of the School Year:
Exam #  
           
Responsible Person:
Target Completion Date:
Secondary (6-12) Teachers Not Meeting Highly Qualified
1.
Teacher Name:
Teacher Assignments:
           
              
Setting:   
Grade Level:              
Strategies/Activities That Will Be Implemented to Meet HQ Requirements by the End of the School Year:
Exam #  
           
Responsible Person:
Target Completion Date:
 Part 10: Additional LEA Data (optional)  500 of 500  
Part 11: Certification and Incorporation
  Primary Contact
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 Initial   
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 Telephone 
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 Certification and Incorporation Statement
I hereby certify that the information contained in this report is, to the best of my knowledge, correct and that the local education agency named above has authorized me as its representative to submit this data. I further certify that reported program activities were conducted in accordance with all applicable State laws and regulations, and instructions, the Provisions and Assurances, Debarment and Suspension, Lobbying Requirements, Special Provisions and Assurances, and the schedules of the approved application for funding.
 Authorized Official
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 Submitter Information
 First Name  Last Name  Approval ID  Submit Date and Time