Applicability of State Standards After January 1, 2004


A summary of the District's educational philosophy, mission, and goals; and

A description of the general nature of the District's instructional program in accordance with the 19 Administrative Code 74.1 (relating to Essential Knowledge and Skills). The written educational program should describe:

The learning activities to be housed, by instructional space;

How the subject matter will be taught (methods of instructional delivery);

The materials and equipment to be used and stored;

Utilities and infrastructure needs; and

The characteristics of furniture needed to support instruction.

19 TAC 61.1036(a)(2)

The instructional programs, grade configuration, and type of facility;

The spatial relationships—the desired relationships for the functions housed at the facility:

Should be developed by the District to support the District's instructional program;

Should identify functions that should be:

Adjacent to, immediately accessible;

Nearby, easily accessible; and

Removed from or away from; and

Should relate to classroom/instructional functions, instructional support functions, building circulation, site activities/functions, and site circulation.

Number of students;

A list of any specialized classrooms or major support areas, noninstructional support areas, outdoor learning areas, outdoor science discovery centers, living science centers, or external activity spaces;

A schedule of the estimated number and approximate size of all instructional and instructional support spaces included in the facility;

Estimated budget for the facility project;

School administrative organization;

Provisions for outdoor instruction;

Hours of operation that include the instructional day, extracurricular activities, and any public access or use;

The safety of students and staff in instructional programs, such as science and vocational instruction; and

The overall security of the facility.

19 TAC 61.1036(a)(3)

Applicability of State Standards Before January 1, 2004

Fire Escapes

Security Criteria

Readily Accessible Programs

Redesigning or acquisitioning equipment.

Reassigning classes or other services to accessible buildings.

Assigning aides to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Home visits.

Delivery of services at alternate accessible sites.

Alteration of existing facilities.

Constructing new facilities that comply with 34 C.F.R. 104.23 and 28 C.F.R. 35.151.

Any other methods that would result in making services, programs, and activities accessible to individuals with disabilities.

28 C.F.R. 35.150; 34 C.F.R. 104.22

Review of Plans

Gov't Code 469.101, .102(c), .105


Relocatable Educational Facility



Health and Safety Code 756.061

Outdoor Lighting Fixtures


Preempted by federal law, rule, or regulation;

Emergency personnel temporarily require additional illumination for emergency procedures;

The lighting fixture is used temporarily for nighttime work;

Special events or circumstances require additional illumination;

The fixture is used solely to enhance the aesthetic beauty of an object; or

A compelling safety interest cannot be addressed by another method.

Health and Safety Code 425.002

Testing of Natural Gas Piping

Railroad Commission Rules

Standards and Procedure


Termination of Service

The supplier receives official notification from the firm or individual conducting the test of a hazardous natural gas leakage in the facility piping system; or

A test or other inspection is not performed as required.

Utilities Code 121.505(a)

The natural gas supplier receives notification of a hazardous natural gas leak in the school facility piping system; or

The natural gas supplier does not receive written notification from the District specifying the completion date and results of the testing.

16 TAC 8.230(b)(2)

Reporting Leaks

LP-Gas Systems Testing

Natural Resources Code 113.352; 16 TAC 9.41

Requirements of Test

Natural Resources Code 113.353; 19 TAC 9.41(c)–(d)


Natural Resources Code 113.354; 16 TAC 9.41(b)(2)–(3)

Termination of Service

The supplier receives official notification from the firm or individual conducting the test of a hazardous leakage in the facility LP-gas piping system; or

A test at the facility is not performed as required.

Natural Resources Code 113.355

Reporting Leaks


Intrastate Pipeline Emergency Response Plan

On written request from the District, provide in writing the following parts of a pipeline emergency response plan that are relevant to the school:

A description and map of the pipeline facilities that are within 1,000 feet of the school building or facility;

A list of any product transported in the segment of the pipeline that is within 1,000 feet of the school facility;

The designated emergency number for the pipeline facility operator;

Information on the state's excavation one-call system; and

Information on how to recognize, report, and respond to a product release; and

Mail a copy of the requested items by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the Superintendent of the District in which the school building or facility is located.

Natural Resources Code 117.012(k)–(m); 16 TAC 8.315

Paint Rock ISD



DATE ISSUED: 10/7/2013