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District of Innovation

The Hutto ISD Board of Trustees approved Hutto ISD's District of Innovation Plan for 2017-2022 at the January 12, 2017, School Board meeting.

District of Innovation Plan

House Bill 1842, passed in the 84th Texas Legislative Session, provides an unprecedented opportunity for Texas public school districts to challenge the status quo. As a District of Innovation, Hutto ISD will be able to implement our Strategic Plan with the increased flexibility and freedom necessary to personalize learning experiences and inspire excellence in academics, character, and community.
Leveraging the freedom and flexibility afforded as a District of Innovation will assure we are empowered to do so. Under HB 1842, districts may identify certain requirements imposed by the Texas Education Code (TEC) “that inhibit the goals of the plan and from which the district should be exempted on adoption of the plan. . .”   Because Hutto ISD’s Strategic Plan sets forth specific goals under the initiative to improve college and career options and because Hutto ISD seeks to maximize local control of educational decisions for students, Hutto ISD seeks exemption from the plan's outlined permissible provisions of the TEC as allowed in the statute.
Hutto ISD welcomes your feedback. If you have any questions regarding our District of Innovation plan, please contact
The Hutto ISD School Board will consider adopting the Amended Plan linked below at their December Board Meeting. 
Hutto ISD Final DOI Plan 2022-2027 (Amended Jan. 2023)
Final Hutto ISD DOI Plan - expired January 11, 2022