Legal Documents

TEC and Local Government Code
Information required to be posted in accordance with TEC §12.1211, TEC §12.136, and Local Government Code §140.006

NON DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT 2017

CIPA Compliance

Financial Statements

School First Rating For Charter Schools

Audit 2016-17

Audit 2015-16

Audit 2014-15

Audit 2013-14

Audit 2012-13

Audit 2011-12

Audit 2010-11

 

Salaries

 

Parents Right To Access Teaching Materials (English) (Spanish)

 

Annual Financial Report 2015-16

 

Budget Report 2017-2018

Budget Report 2016-2017

Budget Report 2015-2016

Budget Report 2013-2014

Budget Report 2012-2013

Budget Report 2010-2011

Budget Report 2009-2010

 

TEA Federal Report Card for Texas Public Schools
2016-17 Federal Report Card 101
2016-17 Federal Report Card 102
2016-17 Federal Report Card 103

 

 

NUTRITION PROGRAMS:

Local Wellness Policy Revision 2017

Local Wellness Policy 2015

CIPA Compliance

The DRAW Academy implements the Internet Safety Policies by filtering the internet content at three different levels, Administration, Teacher, and Student.

Each user has access to needed resources designed and approved with the participation of students, teachers, parents, technology department, Principal, CEO/Superintendent, and Board of Directors.

The online filtering is managed by our Watch-Guard Firebox appliance and Internet safety software Iboss which is periodically updated as need it.

The school updates the Appropriate Use Policy modifying, as appropriate following the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) guidelines and requirements, Internet filtering and policy requirements; Internet safety policies of the Neighborhood Children’s Internet Protection Act (NCIPA) regarding electronic messaging, disclosure of personal information of minors, and unlawful online activities; and the Protecting Children in the 21st Center Act, which adds an additional Internet Safety Policy requirement

The school policy is presented and discussed at the Board of Directors by the Technology Department yearly.

Last version was discussed, revised and approved, under the new guidelines, by the Board of Directors on its quarterly meeting dated August  7th  2017

 

APPROPIATE INTERNET USAGE