Performance Reports and Legal Postings

State Accountability Reports and District / Campus Improvement Plans

Campus and District Ratings / Distinction Designations:

Because of the continued effects of the pandemic, all Texas districts and campuses received a 2021 label of "Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster."

However, in 2019, Lamar CISD was one of 301 districts and charters in the state of Texas to earn an "A" rating from the Texas Education Agency!

Below are our domain scores for 2019 from

Collectively, our campuses earned 16 A's, 16 B's and 3 C's and were recognized with a combined total of 86 Distinction Designations in one or more areas of academic excellence.

The following campuses received all eligible Distinction Designations in 2019:
- Frost Elementary
- Hubenak Elementary
- Williams Elementary

The following campuses received five Distinction Designations in 2019:
- Fulshear High School
- Austin Elementary
- Campbell Elementary
- Arredondo Elementary
- Dickinson Elementary

These campuses received at least four Distinction Designations in 2019:
- Foster High School
- George Ranch High School
- Taylor Ray Elementary
- McNeill Elementary

Specific information regarding the performance of our district and our individual schools can be found by visiting the Lamar CISD page at the Texas Education Agency's reporting website

Please Note: This is an external website maintained by the Texas Education Agency and its contractors. Campuses labeled as 'Not Rated' in state reports are considered as special purpose campuses and do not have a rating assigned per state law.

Lamar CISD Accreditation Status

Per House Bill 1 of the 79th Texas Legislature, all Texas school districts are accredited based on their performance under the state academic accountability and financial rating systems. Districts that meet or exceed the expectations for student and financial performance -- as defined by the commissioner -- are considered as being ‘Accredited’. Districts that fail to meet these one or both of these expectations would be considered as ‘Accredited-Warned’ or ‘Accredited-Probation’, per Texas Education Code 39.051 and 39.052.

Currently Lamar CISD meets and exceeds the Commissioner's academic and financial requirements and was considered Accredited with a Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) rating of A (Superior).

View the Current Accreditation Report

Local, State, and Federal Performance Reports

2019-2020 LCISD District Accountability Performance Report

Texas Education Code §39.306 requires that the Board of Trustees of each district publish an annual report describing the educational performance of the district. The LCISD District Improvement Plan, School Accountability (TAPR) Reports, Discipline Data for Serious Incidents, and Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) Data pertaining to LCISD student performance in Texas colleges and universities are the major components of this report.

2019-2020 Accountability Performance Report

2019-2020 Serious Disciplinary Incident Report

2020-2021 LCISD District and Campus Improvement Plans

The current District Improvement Plan can be accessed by clicking the button below. Individual Campus Improvement Plans can be accessed from each campus website (located beneath the campus address). For the directory of campus websites, click here

2020-2021 LCISD District Improvement Plan

Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR)

The Texas Academic Performance Report is a comprehensive report of campus and district level performance separated by grade and performance level. The 2019-2020 district-level TAPR report can be accessed by clicking here. All 2019-2020 LCISD campus reports can be accessed by clicking here

Please Note: Due to the cancellation of the Spring 2020 STAAR, the 2019-2020 TAPR reports contain data from the 2018 and 2019 STAAR administrations.

2020 State, District, and Campus Federal Report Cards

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires each local education agency (LEA) that receives Title I, Part A funding to disseminate specific LEA and campus-level data to 1) all LEA campuses, 2) parents of all enrolled students, and 3) to make the information widely available through public means such as posting on the internet, distribution to the media, or distribution through public agencies.

To meet this requirement the Texas Education Agency (TEA) provides these statistics at the state level and for each district or campus that is required. Reports can be found on each campus' web site or by clicking the button below.

Review the District Report

Review Campus or State Reports

2020-2021 TEA Asynchronous Instruction Plan

Per authority provided to the Commissioner of Education in Texas Education Code 48.005(n), the District submitted an asynchronous learning plan in order to receive Average Daily Attendance funding for virtual learners beyond the end of the 3rd six-week attendance reporting period of the 2020-2021 school year. 

This board-approved plan attests to the Texas Education Agency that the District has dedicated resources and created procedures that are designed to support virtual learners.

The LCISD plan was approved by the Texas Education Agency on October 1, 2020 and can be accessed by clicking the button below:

LCISD Asynchronous Plan -- Approved October 1, 2020