2016 Accountability Ratings
Below you will find the accountability ratings for Belton ISD and each campus. 2016 is the third year that the Texas Education Agency has assigned a rating for each district and campus of “met standard,” "improvement required," or “not rated” based on student performance on the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness. Belton ISD and all of its campuses received the state's highest rating, “met standard.”Current School Reports & RatingsThe most current district and campus Federal report cards can be found on the Texas Education Agency's website: Federal Report Cards.Accountability reports from previous years can be found on Belton ISD's website: Previous Accountability Ratings.For a detailed explanation of the state's accountability rating system, please refer to the Overview of 2016 Accountability.For an explanation of terms used in the Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR), please refer to the Guidelines for the Texas Academic Performance Report for 2014-2015.
For an explanation of terms used in the school report cards, please refer to the 2014-15 School Report Card (SRC) Definitions.
Student and Community Engagement RatingsWhen the state legislature passed House Bill 5 during the 2013 session, a new category of accountability for campuses and districts was added, which took effect in the 2013-2014 school year. The rating is locally awarded and called, “Performance in community and student engagement; compliance.” Districts are required to form a local committee to develop criteria to self-evaluate community and student engagement in nine specific areas and assign a performance rating for each.The text of the statute can be found here on the Texas Education Agency's website.