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Katy ISD has learned that the Texas Education Agency has granted the district’s appeal on behalf of Nottingham Country Elementary, resulting in an elevated accountability rating for the campus from Recognized to Exemplary. Katy ISD filed the appeal in August, requesting that the TAKS mathematics commended performance for a specific student sub-population be recalculated.

The appeal was based on the fact that the status for two students in one subpopulation changed after the submission of the pre-code file, but prior to testing. The original TEA rating was just one student short of Exemplary status.

With Nottingham Country Elementary’s elevated status, Katy ISD now has 19 campuses rated as Exemplary, 26 rated as Recognized and five rated as Acceptable. Katy ISD as a district has been rated as Recognized for four consecutive years.

Katy ISD’s Exemplary campuses for 2010-11 are Alexander Elementary, Exley Elementary, Fielder Elementary, Griffin Elementary, Hayes Elementary, Holland Elementary, Katy Elementary, Kilpatrick Elementary, Nottingham Country Elementary, Pattison Elementary, Rylander Elementary, Schmalz Elementary, Stanley Elementary, Stephens Elementary, Williams Elementary, Winborn Elementary, WoodCreek Elementary, Beckendorff Junior High, and McMeans Jr. High.

Recognized campuses are Bear Creek Elementary, Cimarron Elementary, Creech Elementary, Franz Elementary, Golbow Elementary, Hutsell Elementary, King Elementary, Mayde Creek Elementary, McRoberts Elementary, Memorial Parkway Elementary, Morton Ranch Elementary, Rhoads Elementary, Sundown Elementary, West Memorial Elementary, Wolfe Elementary, Beck Junior High, Cardiff Junior High, Cinco Ranch Jr. High, Katy Junior High, McDonald Junior High, Memorial Parkway Jr. High,, West Memorial Jr. High, WoodCreek Junior High, Cinco Ranch High School, Seven Lakes High School, and Taylor High School.

Acceptable campuses are Mayde Creek Jr. High, Morton Ranch Jr. High, Katy High School, Mayde Creek High School and Morton Ranch High School.

Raines High School, the district-wide dropout prevention and recovery campus, received an Acceptable rating under state criteria for alternative education sites.

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