Summer School Program/Programa de Verano, 2013
NCLB Report Cards
For state, district, and campus NCLB Report Cards click on each name.
Click here for NCLB Report Card Parent Meeting Dates.
Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS Report)
No Child Left Behind-Highly Qualified Teacher Report
Click on the campus name to view Highly Qualified Teacher Report.
TEA must identify for improvement any local education agency (LEA) that, for two consecutive years, does not make adequate yearly progress (AYP) for the same indicator: math, reading, attendance and/or graduation rate. It is possible for an LEA to be identified for the School Improvement Program (SIP), even if none of its campuses are identified.
2012-2013 Schools in Need of Improvement – Campus Level
Texas Education Agency (TEA) must identify for school improvement any campus that fails to make adequate yearly progress (AYP) for two consecutive years for the same indicator; math, reading, attendance and/or graduation rate.
The School Improvement Program (SIP) provides supplemental funds to Title I campuses identified for school improvement. A student attending a Title I low-performing school must be provided the option to transfer to another public school within the local education agency (LEA), unless the LEA lacks the capacity to do so, and eligible students must be offered Supplemental Educational Services (SES).Schools Eligible for 2012-2013 School Year: Travis, Lincoln and De Leon
Schools Eligible for 2011-2012 School Year: Travis MS
Preliminary 2012 AYP Results
Parent Resource Centers
The McAllen ISD Parent Resource Centers were created by the district to be a source of support and information for parents and families, to offer parents encouragement and support, and to share ways to work as a team with the child’s school so the child can be prepared for his or her future.Workshops are provided on a variety of topics including Organizational and Study Skills, Parenting Topic, ESL classes using the Rosetta Stone Program, Understanding Supplemental Programs, and more. A Parent Training Specialist is assigned to each center to assist parents with any assistance they might request. For more information contact the Parent Training Specialist at your campus or the State and Federal Programs office at (956) 632-5192.
Skyward Student and Family Access
Skyward Family Access is a web-based product that will allow parents to be more connected with their children’s academic progress and to update information over the internet.
Some of the items parents can view with Family Access include:
Click here for more information.