CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — It is report card time for school districts and schools across the state.
There were plenty of "A's" and "B's", but unfortunately there were also some lower grades.
The big question is how did CCISD score in the just released Texas Education Agency accountability ratings?
The district did better than last year, but unfortunately ccisd did not get an "A".
The district's overall performance score was 86, and that's a "B".
Each district's overall score is based on three criteria - student achievement, school progress and closing the gaps.
That last score tells the TEA how well different populations of students in a district are performing.
CCISD received a "B" in that and in school progress.
The district earned a "C" for student achievement.
What's the reaction from district officials?
We’ll have that part of the story tonight on KRIS 6 News.
Two CCISD schools got "D's" in the TEA accountability ratings.
They are Martin Middle School and Zavala Elementary.
Area school districts that scored an "A" included Calallen, Driscoll, Flour Bluff, London, and Port Aransas.
Check out how your district or school ranks by checking out this link.