Community and Student Engagement (CaSE)
The Community and Student Engagement (CaSE) evaluation was implemented in the 2013-2014 school year through House Bill 5 (see TEC §39.0545). Each campus and the district as a whole are evaluated every year in each of nine areas (listed below) and are assigned ratings of Exemplary, Recognized, Acceptable, or Unacceptable for each area and overall. The rubrics for these ratings are developed by nine subcommittees made up of district and campus administration, teachers, parents, and community members, and are reviewed or revised annually, passing through an approval process by district and campus administration.
The nine areas included are:
- Fine Arts
- Wellness and Physical Education
- Community and Parental Involvement
- 21st Century Workforce Development Program
- Second Language Acquisition Program
- Digital Learning Environment
- Dropout Prevention Strategies
- Gifted and Talented Program
- Compliance with Statutory Reporting and Policy Requirements
The links below provide an overview of the law, a description of the process Humble ISD used to create our CaSE scorecard, as well as the actual rubrics for the current school year and for past years. The final ratings for each campus and for the district as a whole can also be viewed on the District and Campus Ratings link below.