|Texas Education Agency|
|2015-16 Federal Report Card for Texas Public Schools|
|Campus Name: NELDA SULLIVAN MIDDLE|
|Campus ID: 101917146|
|District Name: PASADENA ISD|
|Part I: Student Achievement by Proficiency Level|
This section provides the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) performance results for each subject area and grade level tested in the 2015-16 school year. These results include all students tested, whether or not they were in the accountability subset.
|Part II: Student Achievement and State Academic Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs)|
This section provides the STAAR performance results for each subject area tested in the 2015-16 school year. These results only include tested students who were in the accountability subset. This section also includes four-year and five-year graduation rates and participation rates on STAAR for reading and mathematics.
|Part III: Priority and Focus Schools|
Priority schools are the lowest 5% of Title I served campuses based on performance in reading, mathematics and graduation rates. Priority schools include Tier I or Tier II TTIPS schools, campuses with graduation rates less than 60%, and lowest achieving campuses based on All Students reading/math performance. Focus schools are 10% of Title I served campuses, not already identified as priority schools, that have the widest gaps between student group performance and safeguard targets. Campuses are ranked based on the largest gaps between student group reading/math performance and the annual measurable objectives (AMO) target of 83%. Campuses were originally staged as priority and focus based on data from the 2013 Accountability Reports.Priority and focus schools having improved in performance and are no longer identified as improvement required for the August 2015 and 2016 ratingswill include a "Progress" label. All schools that do not meet that criteria will remain identified as priority or focus.
|Priority School Identification: No
Focus School Identification: No
|Priority School Reason: N/A
Focus School Reason: N/A
|A high-performance reward school is identified as a Title I school with distinctions based on reading and math performance. In addition, at the high school level, a reward school is a Title I school with the highest graduation rates. A high progress school is identified as a Title I school in the top 25% in annual improvement; and/or a school in the top 25% of those demonstrating ability to close performance gaps based on system safeguards. The reward school identifications provided are for the 2015-2016 school year.Identifications for the 2016-2017 school year are pending.|
|Part IV: Teacher Quality Data|
Part IV A: Percent of Teachers by Highest Degree Held
Professional qualifications of all public elementary and secondary school teachers in the State of Texas. The distribution of degrees attained by teachers are shown as the percent of total Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) count of teachers with no degree, bachelorís, masterís, and doctorate degrees.
|Part IV B and C: Teachers with Emergency/Provisional Credentials, Highly Qualified (HQ) Teachers Low Poverty/ High Poverty Summary Reports
The percentage of all public elementary and secondary school teachers teaching with emergency or provisional credentials, and the percentage of classes in the state not taught by highly qualified teachers disaggregated by high-poverty compared to low-poverty schools. For this purpose, high-poverty means schools in the top quartile of poverty and low-poverty means the bottom quartile of poverty in the state.
|Number of Core Academic Teachers with a Probationary Certificate Enrolled in an Alternative Certification|
|Report Not Required|
|Part V: Graduates Enrolled in Texas Institution of Higher Education (IHE)|
This section provides the percentage of students who enroll and begin instruction at an institution of higher education in the school year (fall or spring semester) following high school graduation. The rate reflects the percent of total graduates during the 2012-13 school year who attended a public or independent college or university in Texas in the 2013-14 academic year.
|Part VI: Statewide National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Results|
The most recent NAEP results for Texas are provided showing statewide reading and mathematics performance results and participation rates, disaggregated by student group.
|State Level: 2015 Percentages at NAEP Achievement Levels|
At or Above
At or Above
At or Above
|Students with Disabilities||71||29||11||2|
|English Language Learners||59||41||12||2|
|National School Lunch Program||46||54||20||3|
|Students with Disabilities||41||59||18||2|
|English Language Learners||23||77||28||2|
|National School Lunch Program||19||81||30||2|
|Students with Disabilities||70||30||5||n/a|
|English Language Learners||71||29||2||n/a|
|National School Lunch Program||36||64||18||1|
|Students with Disabilities||62||38||8||1|
|English Language Learners||60||40||6||n/a|
|National School Lunch Program||34||66||20||3|
|State Level: 2015 Participation Rates for Students with Disabilities and Limited English Proficient Students|
|Grade 4||Reading||Students with Disabilities||72|
|Limited English Proficient||92|
|Mathematics||Students with Disabilities||80|
|Limited English Proficient||95|
|Grade 8||Reading||Students with Disabilities||81|
|Limited English Proficient||95|
|Mathematics||Students with Disabilities||81|
|Limited English Proficient||90|