Texas Title I Priority Schools

Indian Spring Middle School
The Texas Education Agency approved funds for Year 2 of the Texas Title I Priority Schools grant in the amount of $1,518,385 for Indian Spring Middle School.  In Year 1, these funds allowed the campus to hire additional staff to focus on college and career preparation, establish Zero Hour classes, provide Afterschool programming, provide faculty and staff with additional professional development, and increase parental involvement.  Year 2 will provide for technology upgrades with a fully integrated 1:1 campus as well as establish Service Learning projects.

J.H. Hines
The Texas Education Agency approved funds for Year 2 of the Texas Title I Priority Schools grant in the amount of $1,107,577 for J. H. Hines Elementary.  In Year 1, the campus extended learning time for students while offering additional professional development for teachers.  Concentrated professional development in the areas of math, reading and data interpretation was provided. A Response to Intervention Coordinator was hired to ensure teachers are implementing strategies with fidelity.  Multiple other staff were also hired to focus on student behavior and parent/community involvement.  In addition to previously provided resources and services, Year 2 will provide Afterschool programming and social/emotional support targets the removal of barriers to academic achievement.