Huffman Independent School District
HOME LANGUAGE SURVEY-19 TAC Chapter 89, Subchapter BB, §89.1215
(Home Language Survey applicable ONLY if
administered for students enrolling in pre-kindergarten through grade 12)
TO BE COMPLETED BY PARENT OR GUARDIAN FOR STUDENTS ENROLLING IN PREKINDERGARTEN THROUGH GRADE 8 (OR BY STUDENT IN GRADES 9-12): The state of Texas requires that the following information be completed for each student who enrolls in a Texas public school for the first time. It is the responsibility of the parent or guardian, not the school, to provide the language information requested by the questions below.
Parent or Guardian:
determine if your child would benefit from Bilingual and/or English as a
Second Language program services, please answer the two questions below.
either of your responses indicates the use of a language other than
English, then the school district must conduct an assessment to determine
how well your child communicates in English. This assessment information
will be used to determine if Bilingual and/or English as a Second Language
program services are appropriate and to inform instructional and program
placement recommendations. If you have questions about the purpose and use
of the Home Language Survey, or you would like assistance in completing the
form, please contact your school/district personnel.
more information on the process that must be followed, please visit the
following website: https://projects.esc20.net/upload/page/0081/docs/JuneUpdates/EnglishLearnerIdentification-ReclassificationFlowchart.pdf
This Survey shall be kept in each student's permanent record folder.
Note: If you believe you made an error when completing this Home Language Survey, you may request a correction, in writing, only if: 1) your child has not yet been assessed for English proficiency; and 2) your written correction request is made within two calendar weeks of your child's enrollment date.
By providing contact information you authorize Huffman ISD to use an automated system to send emails and place phone calls about important announcements (School Closings, Special Events, Scholarship Opportunities, etc.) to the provided numbers/address that you control.
Presenting a false record or falsifying records is an offense under Section 37.10, Penal code, and enrollment of the child under false documents subjects the person to liability for tuition or other costs. TEC Sec. 25.002(3)(d).
This questionnaire is intended to address the McKinney-Vento Act 42 U.S.C. 11435. The answers to this residency information help determine the services the student may be eligible to receive.
Dear Parent: This form allows you to disclose whether your child has a food allergy or severe food allergy that you believe should be disclosed to the District in order to enable the District to take necessary precautions for your child’s safety.
“Severe food allergy” means a dangerous or life-threatening reaction of the human body to a food-borne allergen introduced by inhalation, ingestion, or skin contact that requires immediate medical attention.
Huffman ISD is required to collect and report the socioeconomic status of each student to the Texas Education Agency for purposes of the annual state accountability ratings and for federal reporting. Please note that this form is not sent to the Texas Education Agency and that the income levels indicated for your family are not reported to the Texas Education Agency. Only the Economic Disadvantaged status of each student as determined by the information provided is reported to the Texas Education Agency.
Required under Texas Education Code Sec. 25.095
If a student is absent from school on 10 or more days or parts of days within a six-month period in the same school year:
1. The student's parent is subject to prosecution under Section 25.093; and
2. The student is subject to referral to a truancy court for truant conduct under Section 65.003(a), Family Code.
"Parent" includes a person standing in parental relation.
I understand that my phone, camera or other electronic device must be left at home, left in my vehicle or turned in to the test administrator during testing. I understand that the following are violations of the Huffman ISD Student Code of Conduct-
During the administration of a standardized test, students may not:
Violations of this policy will be investigated. The findings of the investigation could subject students to disciplinary actions. Students that are investigated for a testing violation could also have their answer document dismissed and receive no score.