Alvin ISD 2013-2014

House Bill 5, passed last year by the 83rd Texas Legislature, requires all independent school districts to evaluate community and student engagement [CaSE] for each individual campus as well as overall district performance. Districts must assign ratings of exemplary, recognized, acceptable, or unacceptable for each of the following eight indicators: Fine Arts, Wellness and Physical Education, Community and Parent Involvement, Second Language Acquisition Programs, 21st Century Workforce, Dropout Prevention and Gifted and Talented Programs. Each school district must also publish whether th...Show More

Breakdown by Category



Fine Arts


Wellness and Physical Education


21st Century Workforce


Family and Community Involvement


Second Language Acquisition


Digital Learning


Gifted and Talented


Dropout Prevention


Reporting and Compliance


In accordance with House Bill 5 (HB5), as passed by the 83rd Texas Legislature, the district and each campus are required to assess the quality of specific programs and services in order to determine a rating of Exemplary, Recognized, Acceptable or Unacceptable. A local committee of stakeholders determined both criteria and ratings. For more information please contact the Alvin ISD Accountability and Assessment office.

Dashboard last updated 06/22/2021.