State publishes spring STAAR results for Lewisville ISD

Lewisville ISD’s state assessment scores are now available online.

The State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, or STAAR, test elementary and junior high students for reading and mathematics proficiency. Certain grades are also tested in writing, social studies and science.

High school students are tested in algebra, biology, English and history.

Here is a look at how LISD students performed on spring tests, according to Texas Student Assessments.

LISD third grade reading

Number of students tested: 3,285
Did not meet: 20%
Approaches: 80%
Meets: 51%
Masters: 35%

LISD third grade mathematics

Number of students tested: 3,285
Did not meet: 19%
Approaches: 81%
Meets: 52%
Masters: 29%

LISD fourth grade reading

Number of students tested: 3,504
Did not meet: 20%
Approaches: 80%
Meets: 52%
Masters: 29%

LISD fourth grade mathematics

Number of students tested: 3,549
Did not meet: 23%
Approaches: 77%
Meets: 50%
Masters: 31%

LISD fourth grade writing

Number of students tested: 3,482
Did not meet: 28%
Approaches: 72%
Meets: 42%
Masters: 15%

LISD fifth grade reading

Number of students tested: 3,577
Did not meet: 15%
Approaches: 85%
Meets: 65%
Masters: 40%

LISD fifth grade mathematics

Number of students tested: 3,611
Did not meet: 12%
Approaches: 88%
Meets: 65%
Master: 46%

LISD fifth grade science

Number of students tested: 3,636
Did not meet: 23%
Approaches: 77%
Meets: 54%
Masters: 28%

LISD sixth grade reading

Number of students tested: 3,787
Did not meet: 26%
Approaches: 74%
Meets: 45%
Master: 23%

LISD sixth grade mathematics

Number of students tested: 3,774
Did not meet: 13%
Approaches: 87%
Meets: 56%
Masters: 29%

LISD seventh grade reading

Number of students tested: 3,887
Did not meet: 19%
Approaches: 81%
Meets: 57%
Masters: 38%

LISD seventh grade mathematics

Number of students tested: 2,344
Did not meet: 26%
Approaches: 74%
Meets: 35%
Masters: 8%

LISD seventh grade writing

Number of students tested: 3,873
Did not meet: 22%
Approaches: 78%
Meets: 53%
Masters: 28%

LISD eighth grade reading

Number of students tested: 4,030
Did not meet: 16%
Approaches: 84%
Meets: 63%
Masters: 38%

LISD eighth grade mathematics

Number of students tested: 4,151
Did not meet: 12%
Approaches: 88%
Meets: 66%
Masters: 25%

LISD eighth grade science

Number of students tested: 4,029
Did not meet: 17%
Approaches: 83%
Meets: 58%
Masters: 35%

LISD eighth grade social studies

Number of students tested: 4,017
Did not meet: 28%
Approaches: 72%
Meets: 42%
Masters: 26%

LISD EOC Algebra I

Number of students tested: 2,955
Did not meet: 8%
Approaches: 92%
Meets: 76%
Masters: 56%

LISD EOC Biology

Number of students tested: 2,404
Did not meet: 7%
Approaches: 93%
Meets: 77%
Masters: 41%

LISD EOC English I

Number of students tested: 1,653
Did not meet: 51%
Approaches: 49%
Meets: 30%
Masters: 4%

LISD EOC English II

Number of students tested: 3,096
Did not meet: 26%
Approaches: 74%
Meets: 60%
Masters: 14%

LISD EOC U.S. History

Number of students tested: 2,780
Did not meet: 4%
Approaches: 96%
Meets: 86%
Masters: 66%
By Anna Herod
Anna Herod covers local government, education, business and the environment as the editor of Community Impact Newspaper's Lewisville/Flower Mound/Highland Village edition. In the past, Anna served as the reporter for Community Impact's San Marcos/Buda/Kyle paper. Her bylines have appeared in the Austin American-Statesman, Hays Free Press and The Burleson Star. She is a graduate of Texas State University's School of Journalism and Mass Communication.


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