The district’s campuses accomplished the rating and distinctions even after missing seven instructional days because of Hurricane Harvey.
The overall rating, which was scored 82 out of 100, is based on student achievement, school progress and closing (academic success) gaps among various racial, ethnic and socioeconomic groups. Distinctions are earned for achievement and are based on performance relative to other campuses across Texas with similar type, size, grade span and student demographics, according to the TEA.
Leo A. Rizzuto Elementary School earned the highest possible number of distinctions, with six.
Campus Distinctions Earned
Heritage Elem. 2 – Science; Academic Growth
La Porte Elem. 4 – Math; Science; Closing the Gaps; Postsecondary Readiness
Bayshore Elem. 1 – Postsecondary Readiness
Lomax Elem. 4 – Science; Academic Growth; Closing the Gaps; Postsecondary Readiness
Leo A. Rizzuto Elem. 6 – Student Achievement; Math; Science; Academic Growth; Closing the Gaps;
All La Porte ISD campuses met TEA standards for the 2017-18 school year.
To view detailed information about each campus, go to TXschools.org.