web compliance

SFDRCISD is an accredited district. See the following link to the Texas Education Agency for the accreditation status of the district (2015-2016)
SFDR Accreditation 2015-2016

Health

 
District Policies on Tobacco Products

Group Health Coverage Report and Plan (Education Code, §22.004(d), as amended by HB 2427 (80th Legislature)
 

     -Bacterial Meningitis (Senate Bill 31)
      (English) (Spanish)
     - Health Clinics Information
 
 
 
Policy Regarding Vending Machines (Texas Education Code § 28.004)xv Policy CO and FFA and proceedure
 
 

Local Family Assistance

Local Family Assistance Resources (List 1) (List 2)
 

Academic Accountability

 
 
Electronic Courses (Education Code, §29.909(f) 

Graduation Tool Kit (HB5)
     -College Credit Programs
     -PSAT/NMSQT Placement Test

IDEA Notice of Procedural Safeguards

 
Parents of home-schooled 11th graders may obtain a voucher for a free (state-funded) college entrance exam (either SAT or ACT) as part of the Texas College Prep Program. These vouchers are good for the spring administrations. Vouchers are distributed directly by the Texas Education Agency. Students and/or parent can request a voucher by emailing CollegePrepProgram@tea.state.tx.us with “Home School Voucher Request” as the subject line.”

Performance in Community and Student Engagement (HB5) 7/14/2016

Public Education Grant (PEG)  Requirements - Parent Notification of Campus Rated Improvement Required FAQ

SAT / ACT Dates

State Compensatory Education

Targeted Improvement Plan (Education Code, §39.106(e-1)(2), as amended by HB 3 (81st Legislature)  
Del Rio High School (10/31/2016)    
Blended Academy (10/31/2016)

PBMAS
     -Corrective Action Plan

Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) 2013-2014

TEA Accountability Summary

Testing for Home-Schooled Students (Education Code, §29.916(c), as amended by HB 1844, (80th Legislature) - Information will be added to the school district's main web page prior to testing dates.

Texas School Accountability Dashboard