District Annual Report

Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

Other Annual Report Information

  1. Campus performance objectives established under Education Code 11.253 and the progress of each campus toward those objectives, which shall be available to the public;
  2. Information indicating the district's accreditation status and identifying each district campus awarded a distinction designation or considered an unacceptable campus under Education Code Chapter 39A;
  3. The district's current special education compliance status with the agency;
  4. A statement of the number, rate, and type of violent or criminal incidents that occurred on each district campus, to the extent permitted under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (20 U.S.C. 1232g);
  5. Information concerning school violence prevention and violence intervention policies and procedures that the district is using to protect students;
  6. The findings that result from evaluations conducted under the Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1994 (20 U.S.C. 7101 et seq.);
  7. Information received under Education Code 51.403(e) for each high school campus in the district, presented in a form determined by the commissioner; and
  8. Progress of the district and each campus in the district toward meeting the goals set in the district's early childhood literacy and mathematics proficiency plans and college, career, and military readiness plans [see EA].
  1. Student information, including total enrollment, enrollment by ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and grade groupings and retention rates;
  2. Financial information, including revenues and expenditures;
  3. Staff information, including number and type of staff by sex, ethnicity, years of experience, and highest degree held; teacher and administrator salaries; and teacher turnover;
  4. Program information, including student enrollment by program, teachers by program, and instructional operating expenditures by program; and
  5. The number of students placed in a disciplinary alternative education program (DAEP) under Education Code Chapter 37.

Public Hearing


Report Uses

Campus Performance Report


Website Notices

  1. The information in the most recent campus report card for each campus in the district;
  2. The information contained in the most recent performance report for the district;
  3. The most recent accreditation status and performance rating of the district; and
  4. A definition and explanation of each accreditation status, based on commissioner rule.

Student Performance Report

Notice to Parents

Notice to Teachers and Students

  1. Each teacher for all students, including incoming students, who took a state assessment; and
  2. All students who were provided instruction by that teacher in the subject for which the assessment instrument was administered.

Quality of Learning Indicators

  1. The percentage of graduating students who meet the course requirements for the foundation high school program, the distinguished level of achievement under the foundation high school program, and each endorsement described by Education Code 28.025(c-1) [see EIF];
  2. The results of the SAT, ACT, and certified workforce training programs;
  3. For students who have failed to satisfy the state standard on an assessment, the performance of those students on subsequent assessments, aggregated by grade level and subject area;
  4. For each campus, the number of students, disaggregated by major student subpopulations, who take courses under the foundation high school program and take additional courses to earn an endorsement, disaggregated by type of endorsement;
  5. The percentage of students, aggregated by grade level, provided accelerated instruction under Education Code 28.0211 [see EHBC] after unsatisfactory performance on a state assessment; the results of assessment instruments administered under the accelerated instruction program; the subject of the assessment instrument on which each student failed to perform satisfactorily under each performance standard; and the performance of those students in the subsequent school year on the state assessments;
  6. The percentage of students of limited English proficiency exempted from the administration of an assessment;
  7. The percentage of students in a special education program assessed through alternative assessment instruments;
  8. The percentage of students who satisfy the college readiness measure;
  9. The measure of progress toward dual language proficiency for students of limited English proficiency;
  10. The percentage of students who are not educationally disadvantaged;
  11. The percentage of students who enroll and begin instruction at an institution of higher education in the school year following high school graduation; and
  12. The percentage of students who successfully complete the first year of instruction at an institution of higher education without needing a developmental education course.

Results Driven Accountability (RDA)

Federal Report Card


Minimum Requirements

  1. In the case of the district, information that shows how students served by the district achieved on state academic assessments compared to students in the state as a whole;
  2. In the case of a school, information that shows how the school's students' achievement on state academic assessments compared to students served by the district and the state as a whole; and
  3. Any other information that the district determines is appropriate and will best provide parents, students, and other members of the public with information regarding the progress of each public school served by the district, whether or not such information is included in the annual state report card.

District Data on Academic Achievement

  1. Include district information, disaggregated by campus, grade, sex, race, academic quarter or semester, as applicable, and school year, regarding the following:
    1. Student academic achievement and growth;
    2. Teacher and student attendance; and
    3. Student discipline records; and
  2. Be updated at least once each quarter of the school year.

Jourdanton ISD



DATE ISSUED: 11/3/2021