State Accountability Performance Standards & RatingsThe 2018 campus and district ratings are based on a system that uses various indicators to provide greater detail on the performance of a district or charter and individual campuses throughout the state. The overall design of the accountability system evaluates the performance according to three domains:
- Student Achievement Domain evaluates performance across all subjects for all students on STAAR assessments, College, Career, and Military Readiness (CCMR) indicators, and graduation rates.
- School Progress Domain measures district and campus outcomes in two areas:
- Academic Growth - the number of students that grew at least one year academically (or are on track) as measured by STAAR results and
- Relative Performance - the achievement of all students relative to districts or campuses with similar economically disadvantaged percentages.
- Closing the Gaps Domain uses disaggregated data to demonstrate differentials among racial/ethnic groups, socioeconomic backgrounds and other factors. The indicators included in this domain, as well as the domain’s construction, align the state accountability system with the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
The three domains will be combined to calculate an overall rating.
Rating Labels for Districts
- A, B, C, or D: Assigned for overall performance and for performance in each domain to districts that meet the performance target for the letter grade
- F: Assigned for overall performance and for performance in each domain to districts that do not meet the performance target to earn at least a D
A = Exemplary Performance
B = Recognized Performance
C = Acceptable Performance
D = In Need of Improvement
F = Unacceptable Performance
Rating Labels for Campuses
2018 State Accountability Ratings for PfISD and Campuses
- Met Standard: Assigned for overall performance and for performance in each domain to campuses that meet the performance targets
- Improvement Required: Assigned for overall performance and for performance in each domain to campuses that do not meet the performance targets
In 2018, all Pflugerville ISD campuses received the state's "Met Standard" overall rating. The district received an overall letter grade rating of "B, Recognized Performance."
The webpage for each campus will have specific accountability reports or click on the following links for more information.
2018 State Accountability Distinction DesignationsCampuses that receive an accountability rating of "Met Standard" are eligible to earn distinction designations. Distinction designations are awarded for achievement in several areas and are based on performance relative to a group of campuses of similar type, size, grade span, and student demographics. For 2018, distinction designations are awarded in the following areas:• Academic Achievement in English Language Arts/Reading (campus only)
- 2018 TEA Accountability Ratings for PfISD and all campuses (2 pages)
- 2018 Campus Accountability Summaries - coming soon
- 2018 Campus Index Calculations and Data Tables - coming soon
• Academic Achievement in Mathematics (campus only)
• Academic Achievement in Science (campus only)
• Academic Achievement in Social Studies (campus only)
• Top 25 Percent: Comparative Academic Growth (campus only)
• Top 25 Percent: Comparative Closing the Gaps (campus only)
• Postsecondary Readiness (district and campus)In 2018, 16 PfISD campuses earned distinctions. Parmer Lane ES earned all 6 available distinctions.
- 2018 Campus Distinction Designations (coming soon)
Reading/ELA Math Science Social Studies Academic Growth Closing Performance GapsPost Secondary Readiness Pflugerville HS ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶ John B. Connally HS ¶ ¶ Hendrickson HS ¶ ¶ ¶ Weiss HS ¶ ¶ ¶ Pflugerville MS ¶ Park Crest MS ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶ Cele MS ¶ Pflugerville ES ¶ ¶ Parmer Lane ES ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶ Windermere ES ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶ River Oaks ES ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶ Spring Hill ES ¶ Rowe Lane ES ¶ Highland Park ES ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶ Wieland ES ¶ ¶ Riojas ES ¶
The Student Success Initiative (SSI) grade advancement requirements apply to enrolled grades 5 and 8 students who take the STAAR reading and mathematics tests at grades 5 and 8. It was enacted by the 76th Texas Legislature in 1999 and modified by the 81st Texas Legislature in 2009. As specified by these requirements, a student may advance to the next grade level only by passing these tests or by unanimous decision of his or her grade placement committee that the student is likely to perform at grade level after additional instruction. Parents are encouraged to actively monitor their student’s progress by communicating regularly with the school.
- Overview of 2018 State Accountability System
- Performance Reporting Division of TEA
- Accountability reports for all Texas districts and campuses (Spring 2018)
- Texas School Accountability Dashboard (2013-2017)
- Grade Advancement Requirement (Student Success Initiative)