The Assessment and Accountability department serves in various capacities for the district, facilitating all state assessment processes including STAAR (all versions), TAKS and TELPAS; collecting, analyzing and reporting a variety of data for district and campus leadership that support and guide district and campus planning; and monitoring compliance with state and federal accountability and reports accountability results.

Parent resources regarding state assessment may be viewed on the Texas Assessment website.

Student Test Results: How to Access the STAAR Student Report Card

Dates of State Assessment Results

Per the Texas Education Agency, the state assessment results will be available to parents in the portal on the following dates. Check out the How to Access the STAAR Student Report Card link and follow the steps to view your child’s performance.

  • TELPAS K–12: June 2, 2022
  • STAAR Alt 2: June 13, 2022
  • STAAR EOC: June 16, 2022 (English I & II, Biology, Algebra I, U.S. History)
  • STAAR: June 24, 2022 (Grades 3–8)

Student Performance Data

  • STAAR Performance Results
    • Shared with the LISD Board and community on July 22, 2021
    • Included data from assessments administered in Summer 2020, December 2020 and Spring 2021
    • STAAR results for any student enrolled in our district, who took a STAAR assessment in one or more content areas, regardless of the student’s enrollment date.
  • State Accountability 2021 Report
    • Shared with the LISD Board and community on Oct. 7, 2021
    • District and campus state accountability ratings based on state formulas within three domains, including state assessment, student growth, student group performance in relation to established targets, CCMR, and graduation. The performance data (STAAR, STAAR Alt 2, TELPAS, etc) includes only students who were enrolled on Snapshot day in late October and also took the state assessment in the same campus and/or district.
      • If a student was enrolled on campus A in October but moved and tested at campus B in the spring, the student’s results would not contribute to either campus performance, but would count toward the district performance.
  • Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)
    • Shared with the LISD Board and community on Feb. 10, 2022
    • Student and Staff Profile information 2020–2021
    • State Assessment performance 2020–2021
    • Bilingual Ed Performance 2020–2021
    • Participation 2020–2021
    • Attendance, Dropout and Graduation 2019–2020
    • CCMR 2019–2020
    • Student Progress 2018–2019
    • Note: State Assessment information was not available for 2020 as STAAR and STAAR Alt 2 were waived

STAAR Information

The State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR) program includes the following tests:

  • Reading: Grades 3-8
  • Mathematics: Grades 3-8
  • Science: Grades 5 and 8
  • Social Studies: Grade 8
  • High School End-of-Course (EOC) exams: English I, English II, Algebra I, Biology and U.S. History

LISD State Testing Calendars

More information about STAAR

House Bill 4545 Requirements

The 87th legislative session eliminated the Student Success Initiative (SSI) for students in 5th and 8th grade; however, the SSI was replaced with requirements enacted with HB 4545 as shared below:

  • Students who do not meet the passing standard on a STAAR assessment, or students who do not take an applicable STAAR assessment, are subject to accelerated instruction requirements as outlined in HB 4545. This includes grades 3–8 and STAAR End of Course assessments. Students will only take the STAAR assessment one time within the designated testing window.
  • Per legislation, 30 hours of accelerated instruction must be provided for each STAAR assessment not passed or not taken. This may be completed during the school day or before/after school, depending on the campus schedule.

HB 4545 Implementation Overview

Texas Education Agency (TEA) / State Accountability

Overview of 2021 Results

Due to the impact of the pandemic, all campuses and districts within Texas did not receive an A–F rating. All were provided the label of Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster.

State accountability information for any campus and the district may be viewed at

Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

The Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPRs) pull together a wide range of information on the performance of students in each school and district in Texas every year. Performance is shown disaggregated by student groups, including ethnicity and socioeconomic status. The reports also provide extensive information on school and district staff, programs, and student demographics.

Federal & School Report Cards

Federal Report Cards for 2020–21

School Report Cards for 2020–21

The School Report Cards are produced annually for each Texas public school and contains information from the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR), as well as some information from the Accountability Rating System for Texas Public Schools and Districts.

Improvement Plans & House Bill 3 Plans

District & Campus Improvement Plans

Texas Education Code requires that each campus develop an improvement plan with established objectives based on the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR). These objectives are approved by the local board of trustees and are published in the annual report.

Contact Information

Sue Neidecker

HB3 Plans

House Bill 3, passed during Texas’ 86th Legislative Session, requires each elementary school to develop an Early Childhood Literacy & Mathematics Proficiency plan and each high school to develop a College, Career, and Military Readiness plan with specific annual goals. These plans are approved by the local board of trustees on an annual basis.

Staff Directory

For a districtwide staff listing, visit the Staff Directory page.