Mandatory Safe and Supportive School Program Data Reporting

Date:  May 30, 2024
Subject: Mandatory Safe and Supportive School Program Data Reporting
Category: Information
Next Steps:  Share with staff responsible for reporting Safe and Supportive School Program team data



The window to report mandatory Safe and Supportive School Program (SSSP) data in accordance with Texas Education Code, Section 37.115(k) is approaching. The following information should be reviewed and shared with appropriate staff to ensure that local educational agencies (LEAs) have the necessary tools and information to submit the required data.

Beginning with the 2022-2023 school year, the reporting of SSSP data was expanded from an aggregate of LEA data to individual campus data. The SSSP team that serves each campus is responsible for reporting the team's activities at the campus for the year. SSSP data will be reported to the Texas Education Agency (TEA) through a link provided by the agency.

The link to the instrument will be sent to each superintendent for the LEA as listed in AskTED. It is the responsibility of each LEA to maintain accurate contact information in the AskTED database. Inaccurate contact information may delay or impede the delivery of the data reporting link.

Superintendents will receive an email with the link on Saturday, June 1, 2024, sent from Superintendents will then forward the link to the designated SSSP team member responsible for reporting the data for each campus. Each SSSP team is required to report its activities for the school year to the agency by the June 30th deadline. Each LEA is responsible for ensuring that SSSP data is reported for each campus. It is strongly recommended that LEAs develop procedures for tracking the submission of campus data to ensure that the mandatory reporting deadline has been met.

Campus SSSP teams can prepare for data reporting by collecting the required data prior to accessing the data instrument. The data reporting questions are contained in a sample copy of the 2023-2024 SSSP Survey, which can be accessed on the TEA Safe and Supportive Schools webpage.

Contact Information  

Questions about SSSP data reporting? Contact: