Benchmark 1: School Design
The Roscoe Collegiate P-TECH program offers open enrollment and flexible scheduling structures that enable students to combine high school, postsecondary courses and work-based learning, at no cost to participating students.
The Roscoe Collegiate P-TECH program serves students in Grades 6 through 14. The majority of students graduate with an associate's degree from Western Texas College upon completing their high school requirements. Enrollment is open to all students. The RCISD P-TECH program is especially helpful for students who are at risk of dropping out of school as defined by the Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) and who might not otherwise go to college.
Benchmark 3: Strategic Alliances
Roscoe Collegiate ISD has a number of strategic partnerships with business and industry partners as well as institutes of higher learning. These are formally articulated in writing and clearly define a variety of careers.
Benchmark 4: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
The Roscoe Collegiate ISD P-TECH program provides a rigorous course of study that enables participating students to receive a high school diploma, an associate degree from Western Texas College, and at least one industry - recognized certification during Grades 9-14. In collaboration with West Texas A&M University and Western Texas College, students can also receive RCISD support as the pursue a bachelor's degree locally in years 15-16.
The Roscoe Collegiate P-TECH program offers students a variety of relevant, high - skill work - based learning experiences at every grade level that respond to student interest and regional employer needs and contribute to students earning aligned industry certifications and credentials.
High Demand Workforce Jobs
Benchmark 6: Student Support
The Roscoe Collegiate P-TECH program provides wrap - around strategies and services involving multiple stakeholders (parents, teachers, counselors, community members, etc.) to strengthen both the academic and technical skills necessary for high school and college readiness. In addition, RCISD provides academic, technical, and individual support for students to be successful in rigorous academic and work - based learning experiences.
P-20 System Mission Statement:
The goal of the Roscoe Collegiate P-20 System Model for Student Success is to develop a collaborative, sustainable and replicable model for breaking the generational poverty cycle through higher education (EARLY COLLEGE), while supplying critical agricultural STEM workforce shortage areas that will be critical to meeting the daunting challenge of feeding and clothing 9 billion people on the planet by 2050 (STEM ACADEMY).
Title IX Statement and Contact Coordinator:
The Roscoe Collegiate Independent School District prohibits discrimination, including harassment, against any employee/student on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, or any other basis prohibited by law. Retaliation against anyone involved in the complaint process is a violation of District Policy and is prohibited. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding this subject:
Marina Wilcox, Assistant Superintendent Instruction & Curriculum
Title IX Coordinator (Student & Employees) 700 Elm, Roscoe Texas 79545
P. O. Box 579
1101 W. 7th Street
Roscoe, Texas 79545
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