The Texas Education Agency has rated Hutto ISD with a “B” grade in overall performance, in the official release of the agency’s 2019 A-F accountability scores. The rating marks an improvement from last year’s overall performance, which earned the district a “C.”
The accountability rating summary is broken into three main components. Under TEA’s system, Hutto ISD earned a “B” in student achievement, with 89 out of 100 points; a “B” on school progress, with 84 out of 100; and a “B” on closing the gaps, with 80 out of 100.
Out of the 10 schools in the district, Cottonwood Creek Elementary and Hutto High School both earned “B” scores, scoring 81% and 86%, respectively. The remaining campuses earned “C” scores for the 2018-19 school year.
For a complete listing of educational performances and summaries, visit tea.texas.gov.