Superintendent Ray Gonzalez will give a presentation on the district failing to satisfy a requirement of its annual performance review at a Board of Education meeting Thursday.
Gonzalez will talk about why the district failed to achieve a satisfactory score for the instruction and program area of the Quality Single Accountability Continuum (QSAC) for the 2012-13 school year as required by the state. The district only satisfied 76 percent of the requirements. It needed to score 80 or more to pass.
The district received a 90 or more on the other four QSAC areas. The QSAC evaluation helps state officials to determine a district’s performance and progress moving forward.
The district must create an improvement plan detailing how it will address the shortcoming. The Board of Education must approve it. The district must submit the plan to the state before Oct. 1.
Because the district only met 80 percent of its QSAC requirements, Gonzalez only received 80 percent of the bonus for meeting the requirements.
The meeting will be held in the Board of Education's conference room at the district headquarters. The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. It will be broadcast on cable channel 77 and online.