• PfISD A & A

    State Accountability Performance Standards & Ratings  

     
    The 2017 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 performance index framework includes four areas:
    • Student Achievement – Provides a snapshot of performance across all subjects.
    • Student Progress – Measures year-to-year student progress by subject and student group.
    • Closing Performance Gaps – Tracks advanced academic achievement of economically disadvantaged students and the lowest performing racial/ethnic student groups.
    • Postsecondary Readiness – Emphasizes the importance of earning a high school diploma that provides students with the foundation necessary for success in college, the workforce, job training programs, or the military.

    Summary of 2017 Accountability Rating System 

    To meet state statutory requirements, the Texas Education Agency's state accountability system must assign ratings that designate acceptable and unacceptable performance for campuses and districts. Districts and campuses are assigned a rating that is based on meeting a target for each performance index. 
     
    Met Standard -Indicates acceptable performance and is assigned to districts and campuses that meet the target on all required indices for which performance data is available.

    To receive the Met Standard Rating in 2017, districts and campuses must meet the performance index target on the following indices:

    Index 1 OR Index 2         AND         Index 3          AND       Index 4 
     
    Improvement Required - Indicates unacceptable performance and is assigned to districts, campuses, charter operators, and alternative education campuses (AECs) that do not meet the targets on all required indexes for which performance data is available.
     
    2017 Index targets are as follows:
     
    Index 1, Student Achievement: 60 
     
    Index 2, Student Progress: 5th Percentile by Campus Type 
    Elementary Schools
    Middle Schools
    High Schools
    District
    32
     30
     17
    22

    Index 3, Closing Performance Gaps
    Elementary Schools
    Middle Schools
    High Schools
    District
    28
    26
     30
    28
     
    Index 4, Postsecondary Readiness 
    Elementary Schools
    Middle Schools
    High Schools
    District
    12  
    13
    60
    60
     
       
    2017 State Accountability Ratings for PfISD and Campuses

    In 2017, Pflugerville ISD and all campuses within the district achieved the state's "Met Standard" rating. 

    The webpage for each campus will have specific accountability reports or click on the following links for more information. 

     
    2017 State Accountability Distinction Designations
     
    In 2017, 16 PfISD campuses earned distinctions.  Pflugerville HS earned all 7 available distinctions.
     
     
     Reading/ELA Math Science Social StudiesStudent Progress Closing Performance Gaps
     
    Post Secondary Readiness
     
    Pflugerville HS 
     Hendrickson HS     
     Pflugerville MS  

      
     Westview MS       
     Park Crest MS     
     Dessau MS     
     Cele MS  
     Pflugerville ES      
     Parmer Lane ES

      
     Windermere ES



     River Oaks ES 


       
     Spring Hill ES 


       
     Copperfield ES 


     Rowe Lane ES 


      
     Highland Park ES 

     Ruth Barron ES 

     
     
     

    Other Information

    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. 

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