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Note:  The following is an index of website posting requirements that are addressed in the legal reference material of the policy manual.  The list is not all-inclusive.  The list does not address postings that are required in response to a specific incident or postings required under special circumstances.

REQUIRED INTERNET POSTINGS

State Agency Postings 

In its role as a state agency, TSBVI shall post the following on its website: 

  1. Agency Internal Audit Plan and Internal Audit Annual Report
  2. Employee emergency leave policy
  3. Agency Strategic Plan and Report on Customer Service
  4. Legislative Appropriations Request
  5. Annual Operating Budget
  6. Contracts for the purchase of goods or services from a private vendor
  7. Purchasing accountability and risk analysis procedure
  8. Gifts, grants and donations for employee salary supplements

School District Postings

School districts in Texas are required to post certain information on their Internet web sites.  TSBVI shall post the following on its website:

  1. The Annual Report describing the educational performance of the School. The report shall include the School's performance objectives, progress toward these objectives, and any supplemental information as determined by the School's Governing Board.
  2. The Annual Improvement Plan.
  3. Policies, procedures and statements regarding activities to support student health, under Education Code 28.004. [See BDF]
  4. Board notices of board meetings and the agenda for board meetings under Government Code 551.053 and 551.056.
  5. The minutes of the last regular board meeting if the minutes reflect that a trustee is deficient in meeting the trustee’s training requirement, under Education Code 11.159(b). [See BBD]
  6. The annual federal report card under 20 U.S.C. 6311(h)(2).
  7. TSBVI’s energy usage information on a publicly accessible Internet Web site with an interface designed for ease of navigation, if available, under Government Code 2265.001. [See CL]
  8. Board employment policies, including those under Education Code 21.204(d). [See DCB]
  9. Information about required and recommended immunizations and procedures for claiming an exemption from immunization requirements, under Education Code 38.019. [See FFAB]
  10. The procedure for reporting bullying established by the School’s bullying policy, under Education Code 37.0832(e).  [See FFI]
  11. The conflicts disclosure statements and questionnaires under Local Government Code 176.009. [See BBFA, CHE]
  12. A summary of its proposed budget concurrently with publication of the proposed budget under Education Code 44.0041. [See CE]
  13. TSBVI’s adopted budget on the School website until the third anniversary of the date the budget was adopted, under Education Code 44.0051. [See CE]
  14. TSBVI’s annual financial report under Local Government Code 140.008 on its website until the School posts the next financial report, or, as an alternative, the School may post a link to the comptroller’s website where the School’s financial information may be viewed. [See CFA]
  15. Contact information for the School’s main office, including the physical address, the mailing address, the main telephone number, and an e-mail address, under Local Government Code 140.008(f)(2). [See CFA]
  16. The transition and employment guide for students enrolled in special education programs and their parents in order to provide information on statewide services and programs that assist in the transition to life outside the public school system, under Education Code 29.0112. [See EHBAD]
  17. Annually, any agreement between the School and a public institution of higher education to provide a dual credit program, under Education Code 28.009(b-2). [See EHDD]
  18.  Information from TEA under Education Code 28.02121 explaining the advantages of the distinguished level of achievement and each endorsement. [See EIF]
  19. The date the PSAT/NMSQT will be administered and the date any college advance placement tests will be administered, under Education Code 29.916. [See EK]
  20. A district that receives funds under Title I, Part A shall post on its website information on each assessment required by the state to comply with 20 U.S.C. 6311, other assessments required by the state, and the assessments required school wide, under 20 U.S.C. 6312(e)(2)(B). [See EKB]
  21. Information regarding local programs and services, including charitable programs and services available to assist homeless students, under Education Code 33.906.
  22. A notice regarding TSBVI’s ability to refuse entry or eject certain persons under Education Code 37.105, including the appeal process. [See GKA

OPTIONAL INTERNET POSTINGS

Districts that maintain an Internet Web site may post certain information.  TSBVI may post the following:

  1. A campus intervention team may give the required notice of the public meeting for input prior to the development of a targeted improvement plan fifteen days prior to the meeting by way of the School website, under 19 Administrative Code 97.1061(d)(3)(A)(ii). [See AIB]
  2. The board may broadcast an open meeting over the Internet, under Government Code 551.128. [See BE]
  3. Notice of a vacant position for which a certificate or license is required may be provided by posting the position on TSBVI’s Internet Web site, as well as on a bulletin board, under Education Code 11.1513. [See DC]
  4. A current copy of the procedural safeguards notice regarding special education and related services, under 34 C.F.R. 300.504(b). [See EHBAE]
  5. Annual notice to the parent of each student enrolled in grade 9 or above of the availability of programs under which a student may earn college credit, under Education Code 28.010. [See EHDD]

“GEOSPATIAL DATA PRODUCTS”

“Geospatial data product” means a document, computer file, or Internet website that contains geospatial data; a map; or information about a service involving geospatial data or a map. Gov’t Code 2051.101(1)

TSBVI shall include a notice on each geospatial data product that:

  1. Is created or hosted by TSBVI;
  2. Appears to represent property boundaries; and
  3. Was not produced using information from an on-the-ground survey conducted by or under the supervision of a registered professional land surveyor or land surveyor authorized to perform surveys under laws in effect when the survey was conducted.

The notice must be in substantially the following form: “This product is for informational purposes and may not have been prepared for or be suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. It does not represent an on-the-ground survey and represents only the approximate relative location of property boundaries.”

The notice may include language further defining the limits of liability of a geospatial data product producer; apply to a geospatial data product that contains more than one map; or for a notice that applies to a geospatial data product that is or is on an Internet website, be included on a separate page that requires the person accessing the website to agree to the terms of the notice before accessing the geospatial data product. 

Gov’t Code 2051.102

Exemption

TSBVI is not required to include the notice on a geospatial data product that:

  1. Does not contain a legal description, a property boundary monument, or the distance and direction of a property line;
  2. Is prepared only for use as evidence in a legal proceeding;
  3. Is filed with the clerk of any court’ or
  4. Is filed with the county clerk. 

Gov’t Code 2051.103

Adopted:         9/20/13
Amended:       4/6/18
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