Testing | Assessment
Please select below to view state accountability ratings by district and campus, as annually released by the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Provided below are links to pages at TEA's public information website, www.txschools.org, for our school district and each campus.
Gregory-Portland Middle School
Stephen F. Austin Elementary School
W.C. Andrews Elementary School
Credit by Exam
STATE TESTING INFORMATION
The State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) program includes annual assessments for
- Reading and Mathematics, grades 3-8
- Science, grades 5 and 8
- Social Studies, grade 8
- End-of-Course, English I, English II, Algebra I, Biology and U.S. History
For more information regarding the STAAR Program, please visit TEA Student Assessment Division
Due to the STAAR Redesign, student results for spring 2023 will be released later than in past years. The links below provide timelines of when parents and families can expect to see STAAR/STAAR EOC results for spring 2023 in the Family Portal.
What All Parents Should Know About Reporting Timelines for Spring 2023 STAAR Grades 3-8
What All Parents Should Know About Reporting Timelines for Spring 2023 STAAR EOC
What All Parents Should Know About STAAR
Once results become available in the Family Portal, parents can log in to Skyward Family Access, click “District Links”, then “TEA Assessment”. This will take you directly to your child’s testing history.
HOUSE BILL 4545 (HB 4545)
Texas Legislature passed House Bill (HB) 4545 during the 87th Legislative Session during the summer of 2021, which requires school districts to provide accelerated instruction for students who “Did Not Meet Grade Level” on a STAAR assessment in grades 3-8 or STAAR End-of-Course assessment.
Click this link for more information regarding House Bill 4545.
TELPASTexas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS) and TELPAS Alternate is used to assess the progress that limited English proficient (LEP) students, also referred to as Bilingual Emergent (BEs), make in learning the English language. Identified students in grades K-12 are assessed in listening, speaking, writing, and reading.
For more information regarding TELPAS, please visit TEA TELPAS Resources