Fourteen Temple Independent School District counselors, representing 10 different campuses, have been awarded a 2019 Counselors Reinforcing Excellence for Students in Texas (CREST) Award. This annual recognition is awarded by the Texas School Counselor Association for counselors who meet at least six of eight standards: principal’s comments, school counseling and advisory council, school climate and safety, student results, major achievements, community
partnerships/resources, parent collaboration and the technical details of their submissions.
The Temple Independent School District held a public hearing during
the school board’s regular meeting on Monday, Dec. 10 regarding its financial accountability rating for fiscal year 2017-2018. The Texas Education Agency awarded the district a superior rating — the highest attainable rating.
The Temple Independent School District, along with partners Education
Elements and Google for Education Texas, will host The National Academy for Personalized Learning on Monday, Dec. 10. This one-day professional development event will take place at the new Temple ISD administration building and will focus on best practices for the implementation and sustainability of personalized learning.
The Temple ISD Board of Trustees approved a 3% raise for all Temple ISD employees. Click on this story to see the comments that followed from Dr. Ott.