• Accountability Rating System for Texas Public Schools and Districts (2022)

    Scurry-Rosser ISD has received an overall score of 87, or a high “B” rating, in the 2022 State
    Accountability Rating System released by the Texas Education Agency recently. The 2022 A-F
    Ratings measures the performance of schools in three areas: Student Achievement, School
    Progress, and Closing the Gaps. The ratings are based predominantly on annual standardized
    test scores from the STAAR at elementary and middle school and end-of-course exams at high
    school. Senate Bill (SB) 1385 requires a “Not Rated” label for 2022 unless the district or campus
    earns an A, B, or C. Scaled numeric scores will be published even if an Overall Rating of “Not
    Rated” label is applied. It’s been three years since districts and campuses have received a state
    accountability rating. Given the impact of COVID-19, all districts and schools received a label of
    “Not rated: Declared State of Disaster” for their 2020 and 2021 accountability ratings. The last
    year (2019) Scurry-Rosser ISD was rated by TEA we received a rating of 89. The 2022 A-F Ratings
    are also available to the public on TEA’s TXschools.gov website.

    TxSchools.gov Website with 2021-2022 A-F Ratings


    Information to use for searching.

    District # = 129910
    Scurry-Rosser High School # - 129910001
    Scurry-Rosser Middle School # - 129910041
    Scurry-Rosser Elementary # - 129910101

    TEA Reports for 2019

    Summary Report for District        Summary Report for Middle School

    Summary Report for High School       Summary for Elementary School

    Link to TEA website