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A TEA Five Star Distinguished Campus

The Board of Trustees and Superintendent Dr. Zendejas awarded plaques to representatives from the 14 BISD campuses that earned 100% of their Distinction Designations from the Texas Education Agency in the 2014-2015 state accountability system.

 

Way to go Students!!!!

Way to go Students!!!!

 

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Sec. 33.906.  WEBSITE INFORMATION CONCERNING LOCAL PROGRAMS AND SERVICES AVAILABLE TO ASSIST HOMELESS STUDENTS.  (a)  Except as provided by Subsection (e), each school that maintains an Internet website shall post on the website information regarding local programs and services, including charitable programs and services, available to assist homeless students.

(b)  A school to which Subsection (a) applies shall make a good faith effort to compile information described by that subsection and shall post the information compiled in a format and style that is easily understandable by students or parents, as appropriate based on the grade levels the school offers.

(c)  A representative of a local program or service available to assist homeless students may request to have information concerning the program or service posted on a school's website.  A school may determine the information that is posted on the school's website and is not required to post information as requested by the representative.

(d)  A school district is not liable for any harm to a student that results in connection with a local program or service referred to on the website of a district school as provided by this section.

(e)  This section does not apply to a school within a school district that:

(1)  has an enrollment of fewer than 3,000 students; and

(2)  is primarily located in a county with a population of less than 50,000.

(f)  This section expires September 1, 2025.