The Texas Education Agency released the first statewide district and school ratings using an A-F rating system outlined in House Bill 2084 passed by Texas lawmakers in 2015.

Although the system will not officially go into effect until August 2018, the TEA is taking it for a test run with today’s ratings, which are based on 2016 STAAR test scores.

Each district and school will be rated on in five areas or domains: Domain I-Student Achievement; Domain II-Student Progress; Domain III-Closing Performance Gaps; Domain IV-Postsecondary Readiness; and Domain V-Community and Student Engagement. Today’s scores only include domains 1-4, with no overall score, but a designation as to whether the district and school met standards.

Test results for Hutto and Pflugerville schools and districts are as follows:

Hutto ISD – met standard
Domain I-B; Domain II-A; Domain III-B; Domain IV-D

Cottonwood Creek Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-C; Domain III-C; Domain IV-B

Farley Middle School – met standard
Domain I-B; Domain II-B; Domain III-C; Domain IV-B

Hutto Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-B; Domain III-C; Domain IV-B

Hutto High School – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-C; Domain III-C; Domain IV-D

Hutto Middle School – met standard
Domain I-B; Domain II-C; Domain III-B; Domain IV-C

Nadine Johnson Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-C; Domain III-C; Domain IV-B

Ray Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-B; Domain III-C; Domain IV-B

Veterans Hill Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-B; Domain III-B; Domain IV-A


Pflugerville ISD – met standard
Domain I-B; Domain II-C; Domain III-B; Domain IV-C

Brookhollow Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-C; Domain III-F; Domain IV-B

Caldwell Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-D; Domain III-D; Domain IV-B

Cele Middle School – met standard
Domain I-B; Domain II-A; Domain III-B; Domain IV-B

Copperfield Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-C; Domain III-B; Domain IV-C

Dearing Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-C; Domain III-D; Domain IV-C

Dessau Elementary – met standard
Domain I-D; Domain II-B; Domain III-C; Domain IV-A

Hendrickson High School – met standard
Domain I-B; Domain II-B; Domain III-B; Domain IV-C

Highland Park Elementary – met standard
Domain I-B; Domain II-A; Domain III-B; Domain IV-B

John B. Connally High School – met standard
Domain I-D; Domain II-D; Domain III-C; Domain IV-C

Kelly Lane Middle School – met standard
Domain I-A; Domain II-B; Domain III-B; Domain IV-B

Murchison Elementary – met standard
Domain I-A; Domain II-C; Domain III-B; Domain IV-A

Northwest Elementary – met standard
Domain I-D; Domain II-D; Domain III-D; Domain IV-B

Park Crest Middle School – met standard
Domain I-B; Domain II-B; Domain III-C; Domain IV-B

Parmer Lane Elementary – met standard
Domain I-B; Domain II-B; Domain III-B; Domain IV-B

Pflugerville Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-B; Domain III-C; Domain IV-C

Pflugerville High School – met standard
Domain I-B; Domain II-C; Domain III-B; Domain IV-C

Pflugerville Middle School – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-C; Domain III-D; Domain IV-B

Riojas Elementary – met standard
Domain I-B; Domain II-C; Domain III-B; Domain IV-C

River Oaks Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-C; Domain III-C; Domain IV-C

Rowe Lane Elementary – met standard
Domain I-A; Domain II-B; Domain III-B; Domain IV-B

Ruth Barron Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-C; Domain III-B; Domain IV-B

Springhill Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-C; Domain III-B; Domain IV-B

Timmerman Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-B; Domain III-D; Domain IV-B

Westview Middle School – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-D; Domain III-C; Domain IV-C

Weland Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-C; Domain III-B; Domain IV-D

Windermere Elementary – met standard
Domain I-C; Domain II-C; Domain III-D; Domain IV-C

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