The Godley ISD bond proposal was the topic at the Wildcat Talks family and community event on November 8, 2023, at R.B. Godley Elementary School.
Assistant Superintendent Jason Karnes led the event with a comprehensive presentation on the local accountability system as well as the school district’s recent community report.
The community-based accountability system (CBAS) is based upon the hopes and dreams of the Godley community and built around seven important pillars. CBAS is a locally-developed accountability system that measures benefits and effectiveness of the district, highlights district successes and areas for improvement and incorporates state testing and accountability.
The seven pillars in community-based accountability are: student learning and progress, student readiness; engaged, well-rounded students; community engagement and partnerships; professional learning and effective staff; fiscal and operational systems; safety and well-being.
The presentation was followed by a panel discussion with campus principals and district directors addressing several topics related to accountability, including strengths as well as focus areas for continued progress and development.
The community report is available on the district website at www.godley isd.net/cbas.
During an “Ask Godley ISD” session, panelists addressed questions from parents and residents submitted that night as well as some sent through the online form on the district website.
Pictured are R.B. Godley fifth graders serving as Wildcat Ambassadors who greeted attendees at the event.
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- Community Based Accountability Sytem
- R.B. Godley Elementary