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The U.S. Department of Education requires each state to publish an annual report card with specific district- and campus-level data. Every district that receives Title I, Part A funding is responsible for distribute the state-, district- and campus-level report cards to each of its campuses, the parents of all enrolled students, and the general public.
2017-18: Parent Letter (English), Parent Letter (Spanish), District Federal Report Card, A B McBay Elementary Federal Report Card, R Q Sims Intermediate Federal Report Card, Mexia Junior High Federal Report Card, Mexia High School Federal Report Card, Developmental Federal Report Card
2016-17: Parent Letter (English), Parent Letter (Spanish), District Federal Report Card, A B McBay Elementary Federal Report Card, R Q Sims Intermediate Federal Report Card, Mexia Junior High Federal Report Card, Mexia High School Federal Report Card, Developmental Federal Report Card
Highly Qualified Annual Report
Teachers are required to be highly qualified if they are the Teacher of Record providing direct instruction to students in any core academic subject area, including English, reading or language arts, mathematics, science, foreign languages (languages other than English), civics and government, economics, arts, history, and geography. Highly qualified teachers must:Hold at least a bachelor’s degree; Be fully certified to teach in Texas; and Demonstrate competency in their core academic subject area.
MISD Plans and Policies
MISD District and Campus Improvement Plans
MISD District Improvement Plan
McBay Elementary Campus Improvement Plan
Sims Intermediate Campus Improvement Plan
Mexia Junior High Campus Improvement Plan
Mexia High School Campus Improvement Plan
Mexia Developmental Center Campus Improvement Plan
MISD District and Campus Parental Involvement Polcy
MISD District Parental Involvement Policy
McBay Elementary Campus Parental Involvement Policy
Sims Intermediate Campus Parental Involvement Policy
Mexia Junior High Campus Parental Involvement Policy
Mexia High School Campus Parental Involvement Policy
Mexia Alternative Programs Campus Parental Involvement Policy
Below is a list of schools identified under the Public Education Grant (PEG) Program, authorized under Texas Education Code, Chapter 29, Subchapter G, §§29.201–29.205 and a description of the methodology used to identify the schools on the list. This list, effective for the 2016–17 school year, identifies campuses with passing rates on STAAR or TAKS that are less than or equal to 50 percent in any two of the preceding three years or were rated Improvement Required by the state accountability system in 2013, 2014 or 2015.
Under the PEG interdistrict transfer provision, a parent of a student enrolled in any of the campuses listed may make an application to attend a campus in any other school district for the 2016–17 school year. A school district chosen by a student's parent under this statute is entitled to accept or reject the application for the student to attend school in that district but may not use criteria that discriminate on the basis of a student's race, ethnicity, academic achievement, athletic abilities, language proficiency, sex, or socioeconomic status. Alternatively, a district may accept interdistrict transfers under Section 25.036 of the Texas Education Code.
The school report card (SRC) combines accountability ratings, data from the Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR), and financial information to give a broad view of campus performance. Available for each campus in Texas, the SRC is intended specifically to inform parents and guardians about a school’s individual characteristics and its academic performance.
The School Report Card includes the following information for each campus in Texas:
- state academic accountability rating;
- campus distinction designations;
- attendance rates;
- enrollment figures;
- dropout rates;
- class size averages;
- State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR®) results;
- ACT/SAT results; and
- per-student financial expenditures.
These campus reports, required by the Texas Legislature and prepared by the Texas Education Agency, were sent to the parent or guardian of every child enrolled in Mexia ISD.
Snapshot 2016: School District Profiles
Snapshot profiles public education in Texas, at both the state and district levels, and includes almost 100 seperate data elements to either browse or download. Snapshot also combines the data into summary tables based on specific characteristics, and its peer-search function allows a user to group districts according to shared characteristics. Additional information is available on the TEA website at Click here for current snapshot.
Texas provides annual academic accountability ratings to its public school districts, charters and schools. The ratings are based largely on performance on state standardized tests and graduation rates. The ratings examine student achievement, student progress, efforts to close the achievement gap and postsecondary readiness.
- State academic accountability ratings and distinction designations for 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16, and 2016–17
- State financial accountability ratings reported in School Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (School FIRST) for 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16, and 2016–17
- Locally assigned Community and Student Engagement ratings and statutory compliance statuses for 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16, and 2016–17
The Texas Consolidated School Rating Report has been updated with the 2017 accountability ratings.
The Texas Performance Reporting System (TPRS) integrates state and federal reporting requirements. The most comprehensive state academic accountability report published by TEA, it combines information previously released in the state accountability reports, the Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR), and the School Report Card and includes results for student groups not previously reported.