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House Bill 5 Ratings

The HB 5 Student and Community Engagement Committee met on the following dates beginning at 5:30pm:


Wednesday, February 8, 2017
  • Overview of Process, Procedure, Purpose and Goals for Survey and Evaluation
  • Survey Question Review and Modifications


Wednesday, March 8, 2017
  • Survey Question Review

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
  • Survey Finalization
  • Rubric Review

Wednesday, May 3, 2017
  • Review of Survey Results
  • Review of Campus Activities List
  • Review of Campus Data
  • Completion of Rating Rubrics for Final Ratings


Team Members:

Lacey Gosch – Chief Instructional Officer – Facilitator of Process

Katie Post –Parent

Renee Rehfeld – School Board Member

Ella Chase – Junior High Teacher

Kat Champion – High School Teacher

Jennifer Mulvaney – Intermediate School Teacher

Valaree Marbach – Elementary School Teacher

Tandi Hepp – District Support


In 2015, the committee developed a rating rubric to review various aspects of each of the 8 indicators included in HB 5. The committee made slight modifications to the rating rubrics in order to ensure that scores were based on setting a high standard of expectation for campuses and the district in meeting the needs of the district, students, parents and community. Each indicator was graded using the rubric. Rubrics included survey results as well as programs, student organizations, and processes within the district. Rating scales were based on raw score numbers.


Rating Scales:


Exemplary: Raw score of 1 to 1.4

Recognized: Raw score of 1.5 – 2.4

Acceptable: Raw score of 2.5 – 3.4

Unacceptable: Raw score of 3.5 +


Survey Indicators Reviewed:

Fine arts, Wellness and Physical Education, Community and Parent Involvement, 21st Century Workforce, Second Language Acquisition, Digital Learning Environment, Drop Out Prevention and Educational Program for GT.


The survey was available to parents and community members in Spanish and English from April 3 – April 21, 2017. They survey was completed by 626 parents and community members and 527 students. Students polled were from the Junior High and High School Campuses.