A copy of
our school report card and our campus academic performance report, published
annually by the Texas Education Agency, can be found accompanying this letter. These
reports are also available on our school webpage. The reports provide
information concerning student performance on the State of Texas Assessments of
Academic Readiness (STAAR), as well as information on student enrollment, attendance
rates, class size averages, and financial information.
Detailed reports can be found on the TEA website at the following links:
2016 SCHOOL ACCOUNTABILITY RATING: In 2016, Cross Oaks Elementary
earned a Met Standard rating from
the state of Texas for excellence in academic achievement. This rating was earned because of the hard work of our teachers
and students and is based on four performance measures that are identified in
the 2016 Performance Index section on
the school report card.
2016 PERFORMANCE INDEX: Our campus exceeded the target score established in all four of
the performance indexes. In addition to our high performance in these areas, this
year we are especially proud of the four distinctions earned by our campus:
· Academic Achievement in Language Arts
· Top 25% in Student Progress
· Top 25% in Closing Performance Gaps
· Academic Achievement in Mathematics
STAAR SCORES: The second page of the report provides our students’ STAAR scores
for the 2015-16 school year. Our scores continue to compare favorably with
state averages most notably in the
STAAR Percent at Phase-in Satisfactory Standard or Above:
Cross Oaks students exceeded the state averages in reading, mathematics, writing, and science.
STAAR Percent at Postsecondary Readiness Standard:
Cross Oaks students met or exceeded the state averages in reading, mathematics, and science.
STAAR Percent at Advanced Standard:
Cross Oaks students met or exceeded the state average in reading and mathematics.
STAAR Percent Met or Exceeded Progress:
Cross Oaks students far exceeded the state average in all subject areas.
STAAR Percent Exceeded Progress:
Cross Oaks students far exceeded the state average in all subjects.
Should you have any questions about our school report card, please contact me at 972-347-7100.
Matt Preston, principal