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INGLESIDE ISD CELEBRATES STATE ACCOUNTABILITY RATINGS, EARNS MULTIPLE DISTINCTIONS
Ingleside, TX—August 12, 2022— The Texas Education Agency (TEA) released the final results for the 2022 State Accountability ratings. Ingleside Independent School District takes great pride in announcing that the District and all five campuses have performed well under the accountability standards set forth by the TEA performance guidelines. Three campuses earned an ‘A’ rating, which is the highest level of achievement and acknowledgement of meeting targets on all indexes for performance data. Overall, the district earned a ‘B’ rating, missing an A by only one point.
- Ingleside ISD 89, ‘B’
- Ingleside High School 84, ‘B’
- Leon Taylor Junior High 95, ‘A’
- Blaschke Sheldon Elementary 78, ‘C’
- Gilbert J. Mircovich Elementary 91, ‘A’
- Ingleside Primary School 91, ‘A’
In addition to letter grades, multiple campuses earned notable Distinction Designations. Gilbert J. Mircovich Elementary received distinctions in six out of six areas, including Reading English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, Science, Comparative Academic Growth, Postsecondary Readiness, and Comparative Closing the Gaps. Leon Taylor Junior High was recognized in seven out of seven areas, including Reading English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Comparative Academic Growth, Postsecondary Readiness, and Comparative Closing the Gaps. The Texas Education Agency (TEA) recognized Gilbert J. Mircovich Elementary and Leon Taylor Junior High for earning all distinction designations applicable to their respective school.
Furthermore, Ingleside High School earned distinctions in two areas, Social Studies and Postsecondary Readiness. The District was also recognized for earning the only applicable distinction for districts across the state in Postsecondary Readiness.
Ingleside Independent School District Superintendent, Troy Mircovich stated, “I am so proud of our staff, it is no surprise they were able to rise to the challenge and achieve this, all while navigating through a pandemic. This is just more proof that Ingleside ISD is a special place to be. We will continue focusing on working diligently to sustain our achievements and continue moving IISD forward.”
The achievements illustrate continued academic growth. Mr. Mircovich elaborated that, “These scores validate that our hard work has paid off and students are receiving quality education at Ingleside ISD. I am so pleased with our staff and also would like to thank our Board of Trustees for all of their support in our endeavors to increase student achievement.”