Lumberton ISD students outperformed the State on Approaches, Meets and Masters grade level in Algebra 1 and US History. On the Biology EOC, LISD students outperformed the State on Approaches and Meets grade level and were only 1% off in Masters grade level. The same situation is with English 1 and 2--outperformed the State in Approaches and Meets while on Masters grade level being only 2% and 3% off respectively. As a result of the transition to online testing, the District fully expected the dip in scores from 2021 to 2022. There is a plan of action in place to address the difference.
On STAAR for Grades 3-8 LISD students also performed exceptionally well compared to the State and Region 5. In many subjects and grade levels the LISD students also showed growth compared to the 2021 STAAR scores (3rd grade Reading, 4th grade Reading, 4th grade Math, 5th grade Reading, 5th grade Math, 5th grade Science, 7th grade Reading, 7th grade Math, 8th grade Reading, and 8th grade Social Studies). LISD’s scores at Approaches grade level are above the State average (except for 5th grade Math—tied at 75%).
LISD students outperformed the Region 5 averages in all subjects and all the categories (Approaches, Meets, and Masters grade level), except for 8th grade Math (tied with the State at 5%)!
Superintendent Dr. Tony Tipton states, "Lumberton ISD students continue to excel compared to the State and Region performance on STAAR/EOC tests as the District keeps academic achievement at the forefront. We would like to recognize our amazing campus teachers and support staff who work with students on a daily basis. They are the true heroes for our kids. This performance would also not be possible without every single member of the LISD community. We are very grateful for the hard work and dedication of all LISD staff members. While standardized assessment scores are only a part of how we judge our success, they assist us in determining how to better serve our kids academically."
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