The office of accountability and assessment seeks to monitor student progress and provide stakeholders with accurate and timely reports about student, campus, and district performance.
*If you are a school district needing a student transfer within the Texas Assessment Management System, please contact Sarah Miller at 254-857-8925. You may also email her your contact information by emailing email@example.com.
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. A video available in English and Spanish provides a quick overview of the system. For more information, including district and campus comparisons, visit the Texas School Accountability Dashboard or view this one-page overview of the performance index framework. Click here to view the Lorena ISD Consolidated School Rating Report for the current year.
* Due to the K-2 designation, Lorena Primary ratings and reports are often combined with Lorena Elementary or missing assessment data.
House Bill 5 Community & Student Engagement Ratings
In addition to state and federal accountability, the state legislature requires each campus and district to locally assign ratings in the following areas: fine arts, wellness and physical education, community and parental involvement, 21st Century Workforce Development programs, second language acquisition programs, digital learning environment, dropout prevention strategies, educational programs for gifted and talented students, and compliance with statutory reporting requirements. Local committees develop criteria
and self-evaluate each area based on those criteria. You can find more information about HB5 Community & Student Engagement Ratings here.
District & Campus Plans
Lorena ISD strives to improve our district and each campus to meet the high standards our students and community deserve. Each year, formal district and campus improvement plans are written and submitted to the Texas Education Agency.