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Congratulations to the Plowgirl Area Qualifiers:

Triple Jump: Kaidy Ornelas
Shot Put: Shauna McCambridge
100m Hurdles: Carson Greenwood
400m Run: Mia Lavalais
800m Run: Yaniez Aguilar
1600m Run: Kaidy Ornelas
3200m Run: Jissel Rodriquez
4x400m Relay: Mia Lavalais, Jissel Rodriquez, Mahalia Caleron-Ruiz, Kaidynce Ornelas
Alternates: Cameron Greenwood and Jacey Rodriquez

The band competed at the UIL Concert and Sight Reading contest yesterday. They received a 



Parents, students, teachers, administrators, please complete this School Environment survey. Our mentors, CEN, are helping to gauge the culture of our district.

Thank you!


Many of you suffered damage to your homes or businesses during the February 2021 winter storm.  The Texas Department of Emergency Management (TDEM) has created a survey for you to report those damages.  The objective of this survey is to identify damages across Texas, to help emergency management officials across the state gain an understanding of damages that have occurred during the recent winter weather. 

Link for storm Damage.



6th graders' survey:





A View From A Rural Superintendent's
Corner of the World: Small Town, Big Dreams

by Kim D. Alexander, Gary E. Briers, and Glenn C. Shinn

Welcome to Roscoe Collegiate.
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 )."
( Roscoe Collegiate STEM Advisory Committee, April 2012)
True Grit
"The key predictor of success is not talent, title, wealth, or good looks.
It is GRIT:
the ability to work hard for a long period of time toward a focused goal and keep moving forward in spite of challenges, obstacles and failures.
GRIT is passion and perseverance for long-term goals. It's a marathon not a sprint."
(The Energy Bus, Angela Duckwork, 2007)
Texas High Performance Schools Consortium Exemplar Movie of RCISD
Texas Accountability Series of Essays
by John Tanner, Test Sense
Collegiate Edu-Vet Five Year Education and Business Plans
Click Here for A Prospectus
Click HERE for Education Plan
Click HERE for Business Plan
Need for Veterinary Medical Education
Roscoe School History 1904 - 2015
Roscoe P-20 System Model for Student Success
THPSC Recommendation to Next Gen Commission
Collegiate Edu-Nation Summary
Roscoe Collegiate ISD is now into year 10 as an Early College. The Early College program has experienced consistent growth over the past seven years. The Fall 2018 Semester is expected to begin with record enrollment rates on college courses. Completion rates for the Associate Degree have also grown steadily from one student seven years ago, to 52% of the Class of 2011, 58% of the Class of 2012, 73% of the Class of 2013, 89% of the Class of 2014, 90% of the Class of 2015, 92% of the Class of 2016, 96% of the Class of 2017, & 100% of the Class of 2018 (once the 4 incomplete at time of HS graduation complete).   The current expectation is to sustain 90% or greater of each class to complete the blended model Associate Degree through Roscoe Collegiate and Western Texas College.

As a result of the initial Early College endeavor, Roscoe Collegiate is also heavily invested in a college readiness program, AVID, for all students in grades 6 through 12. Additionally, the district has adopted a Common Instructional Framework that is comprised of the 21st Century skills, of which employers are demanding proficiency among their employees. As a means of assessing the level of student engagement in the Common Instructional Framework, the district has also adopted the Harvard Instructional Rounds Model, consisting of both internal and external assessment of student engagement on a weekly basis. Finally, the district has extensive focus on understanding and educating poverty in an attempt to close the literacy gap among low-socioeconomic learners by grade 3, thereby empowering these students to become truly college ready by grade 9 and beyond.

Roscoe Collegiate is also now beginning year 6 as a STEM Academy. The purpose of STEM, an acronym for science, technology, engineering, and math, is to develop students who demonstrate high levels of aptitude in the STEM fields, thus empowering them to pursue the abundance of careers in STEM fields having been identified as having acute shortages of qualified applicants. As a result of the STEM designation, we have also now completed the fourth year of an ongoing investigative process, with assistance from a STEM Advisory Committee consisting of over 150 members from local, regional, and state universities, AgriLife Extension, T-STEM, Educate Texas, Region 14 Education Service Center, as well as the local, regional, and state business and political communities. The modern Agricultural Research Center housing Collegiate Edu-Vet, as well as the modern engineering facilities housing Collegiate Edu-Drone, Edu-Make It, and Edu-Weld are now open for the 2018-2019 school year to complement the E-ON Center for Innovation and Higher Education and the Collegiate Wellness Center in the district’s attempt to provide the real world relevance deemed necessary for successfully demanding the required rigor for true college and career readiness.

As co-chair of the Texas High Performance Schools Consortium, and now a member of the Texas Public Accountability Consortium, Roscoe Collegiate continues in the development of a multiple measure accountability system. Two aspects of that system for Roscoe include student developed research presentations and evidence based electronic portfolios. The Agriculture and Engineering Research Programs have become the basis for student led research, data collection and analysis, and research poster development and presentation, as we have developed a lesson cycle for a research based institution.   All students in grades 3-11 conduct 4H based research projects, culminating with a year long, career path relevant, capstone research project in grade 12. The purpose of the capstone research project is to create additional scholarship opportunities for students seeking financial assistance with the completion of undergraduate and graduate college degrees. Beginning in the fall of 2018, this model now also includes student apprenticeship experiences consisting of both intern and extern opportunities for students in grades 10-12, leading to business and industry recognized endorsements, symbolic of true workforce readiness.

The Roscoe Collegiate School-wide 4H Program is the vehicle used to stimulate student interest and engagement in STEM related practices and research. Students in grades 3 through 12 work across the curriculum to develop 4H science research projects and posters. These research posters are presented at local, regional, state & national 4H & FFA competitions in an attempt to elevate student STEM research skills, thereby enabling students to successfully manage the rigorous demands of a Research Based Early College and STEM Academy at the high school level.

During the developmental phase of The Roscoe Collegiate Model, the district has evolved away from the 20th Century concept of an Independent School District into more of a System Model approach. Currently, members of the Roscoe Collegiate System include the original two-year higher education partners, Western Texas College (WTC) in Snyder and Texas State Technical College (TSTC) in Sweetwater, as well as the original parent organization for Early College and T-STEM, Educate Texas. Additionally, the district now has a direct four-year university partnerships with Angelo State University, indirect partnerships through WTC with Texas A&M University and Texas Tech University, as well as system partnerships with Texas A&M AgriLife Research/Extension, & 4H. Current business partnerships include Collegiate Chiropractic and Wellness Center, INOVA Veterinary Practice Management, 3DRobotics/DroneEDU, Strat-Aero International, Under Armor, as participating partners in the education companies of Collegiate Edu-Vet & Collegiate Edu-Drone. This Systemic Model approach enables Roscoe Collegiate to better provide students with the resources necessary to engage in a much more globally competitive educational and work force environment, than students heretofore have experienced, upon graduation from high school. It is the goal of Educate Texas at the state level and Jobs for the Future at the national level for The Roscoe Collegiate System P-20 System Model for Student Success to become a model that can be replicated by other schools in Texas and the United States interested in 21st Century School Transformation.

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).

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