The Texas Education Agency evaluates public schools and districts under state accountability requirements. In this section, you will find information about a district’s accreditation status, financial accountability and state accountability ratings and standards.
School Report Cards Website
Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR):
TAPR, formerly known as the AEIS
(Academic Excellence Indicator System reports), pull together a wide range of information annually on the performance of students in each school and district in Texas. The reports also provide extensive information on staff, programs, and demographics for each school and district.
Highly Qualified Teachers:
Thrall ISD is pleased to announce that teachers at all campuses are 100% Highly Qualified for the 2015-2016 school year. The requirement that teachers be highly qualified applies to all public elementary or secondary school teachers employed by a local educational agency who teach a core academic subject. “Highly qualified” means that the teacher:
a. Has obtained full Texas teacher certification, including appropriate special education certification for special education teachers, and has not had certification requirements waived on an emergency, temporary, or provisional basis; and
b. Holds a minimum of a bachelor’s degree; and
c. Has demonstrated subject matter competency in each of the academic subjects in which the teacher teaches, in a manner determined by TEA and in compliance with Section 9101(23) of ESEA (Elementary and Secondary Education Act).
Public schools are required to report highly qualified status to the public by December 15, 2014. For your convenience, the reports submitted on behalf of Thrall ISD are available for your review below.
Posted December 2015
Posted December 1, 2014
Posted December 10, 2013
Posted December 6, 2012