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Accountability Rating 2009 - 2010


District: Exemplary
Elementary : Exemplary
High School: Exemplary

 

District Federal Rating for 2009-10 
  • The district rating was “Meets Adequate Yearly Progress” 
 
Campus Federal Ratings for 2009-10 
  • The elementary school rating was “Meets Adequate Yearly Progress”
  •  The high school rating was “Meets Adequate Yearly Progress”

 

District State Rating for 2008-09

  • 2008-09 Rating: Exemplary
 
Campus State Ratings for 2008-09
 
  • The elementary school was rated “Exemplary”
  • The high school was rated “Recognized”
 
District Federal Rating for 2008-09
 
  • The district rating was “Meets Adequate Yearly Progress” 
 
Campus Federal Ratings for 2008-09
 
  • The elementary school rating was “Meets Adequate Yearly Progress”
  • The high school rating was “Meets Adequate Yearly Progress”
 
What are Slocum ISD’s Accountability Ratings? What do they mean?
 
Two Rating Systems-State & Federal
 
State Accountability System
Ratings: “Exemplary,” “Recognized,” “Academically Acceptable,” “Academically Unacceptable” and “Not Rated”
 
Indicators: TAKS tests, dropout rate (grades 7, 8), and completion rate (grades 9-12)
 
Five Subgroups: All students, White, African American, Hispanic, and Economically Disadvantaged
 
Federal Accountability System (No Child Left Behind Act)
 
Rating Categories: “Meets Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)” or “Missed AYP” and “Not Rated”
 
Indicators: TAKS tests, TAKS participation rate, and graduation rate (for high schools) or attendance rate (for middle or elementary schools)
 
7 Subgroups: Same as state plus Limited English Proficient and Special Education
 
Slocum ISD was one of 117 districts/ charter schools rated exemplary of the 1235 districts/charter schools rated in the state. Congratulations to the students and faculty.