Web site Postings Required by State Law
The Harrold ISD is required to post information regarding:
Employment opportunities (posted for 10 days before the vacancy is filled) and Employment policies (Texas Education Code 11.163) Employment Opportunities and Policies
Policies regarding (Texas Education Code 28.004)
Physical activity (if they have a policy) for elementary, middle and junior high students: Wellness Policy
Number of times the school health advisory council has met: Once last year.
Information on whether the district has adopted and enforces policies regarding vending machines Nutrition Policy Texas
Information on whether the district has adopted and enforces policies that prescribe penalties for the use of tobacco products: 2016-2017 Student Code of Conduct
Electronic course information along with other posting requirements related to the program (Texas Education Code 29.909) See Student Handbook Page 36
Proposed district budget summary (Texas Education Code 44.0041) Proposed Budget for 2016-2017
Student Engagement Accountabiity Survey Student Engagement Accountability Survey
Post notice of meetings (Government Code 551.056) Agenda for Harrold ISD Board of Trustees Meetings
If a district publishes its check registers ( Harrold ISD does not).
Test Administration Dates including PSAT, ACT, and other college advanced placement tests for home schooled students information. (HB 1844)
Immunizations and vaccines required or recommended by the Texas Department of State Health Services
and health clinics in the district that offer influenza vaccine. (HB 1059)
M&O tax rate if it exceed the effective rate (Tax code 26.05b) The tax rate for 2016-2017 was set at $1.17.
Notification for claimed copyright infringement (17 U.S.C.512c) 17 U.S.C. 512
Landowner's Bill of Rights Statement as prepared by the Attorney General (HB 1495 402.031) Landowner's Bill of Rights Statement
The Transition & Employment Guide required by HB 617 Texas Transition and Employment Guide
2016-2017 Master Schedule
Availability of programs for which a student can earn college credit. (SB 282) Students may earn college credit by completing Dual Credit classes, may take CLEP tests through the College Board programs (SAT-Subject Tests),