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2014 REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY

Mission: To educate and equip all students for success through exceptional learning experiences.


Welcome to the

LUFKIN ISD 2013-2014 ANNUAL REPORT I am proud to say I am blessed and honored to be a Lufkin Panther. Our students excel in the classroom, on the playing field and even globally. Our mission is to educate and equip all students for success through exceptional learning experiences. I have full confidence in the outstanding teachers and staff at Lufkin ISD that this mission is carried out daily. The community support in Lufkin, Texas is second to none. Our business partners, volunteers and community members connect with our fifteen campuses to ensure student success. 2013 was the inauguration of the Lufkin ISD Education Foundation, which would not be possible without community support. I can’t wait to see the rewards from the hard work of the foundation. This annual report was created to give you a snapshot of Lufkin ISD. I hope you find it beneficial in your conversations with others about the good things going on at Lufkin ISD. At the end of the day, every decision we make and every action we take is all about our kids. Lufkin ISD‌.your best choice for education! With Panther pride,

Dr. LaTonya Goffney Superintendent of Schools Lufkin Independent School District


HOST

Help One Student to Succeed HOSTS (Help One Student to Succeed) is a program at the Brandon Elementary campus that connects mentors with students who could use some extra help with their reading skills. The program kicked off its 18th year this school year with more than 130 volunteers ranging from parents, grandparents to business leaders and the Mayor of Lufkin. Volunteers help the students with a planned curriculum that extends until April. They are assigned a day and time and spend 30 minutes, if not more, with the student four days a week. The students were chosen through various testing and teacher recommendation. Most of these students need a boost in fluency and comprehension and that’s where a daily intervention program like HOSTS makes the biggest difference. The program is fortunate to have the community support both in volunteer hours and financially. Recently the T.L.L. Temple Foundation provided a grant to the HOSTS program to expand technology and supplies.

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ADVANCED PLACEMENT

NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM The National Merit Program is a national academic competition for recognition and scholarships. The PSAT/NMQT test, taken in the junior year, is the qualifying factor for recognition and scholarships. All sophomores participate in the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship qualifying test at the expense of the school district. We are able to target our students with a certain selection index and provide opportunities to develop skills and prepare students to take the PSAT as a junior. Lufkin High School has produced 41 Finalists, 2 SemiFinalists, 115 Commended Scholars, 5 Outstanding recipients, and 15 Hispanic Scholars in the last 25 years. Through our PSAT/NMQT program, we are growing our number of nationally recognized Hispanic students.

ADVANCED PLACEMENT COURSEWORK Lufkin offers many rigorous Advanced Placement (AP) courses at the high school level. The coursework is developed by the College Board. Passing scores on an AP exam is globally accepted as college credit by universities. At LISD, students are able to enroll in 19 AP courses. The district provides financial support to the students by paying for the AP exam, resulting in a high rate of students taking the exam upon completion of the coursework.

2013-2014 Lufkin ISD School Board From left front: Andra Self (Secretary), Dr. LaTonya Goffney (Superintendent), Allyson Langston 2

Left back: Scott Skelton, Stanley New (Vice President), Don Muhlbach, Andro Branch (President), Dr. Keven Ellis


ADVANCED PLACEMENT

ADVANCED PLACEMENT TEST RESULTS In an AP course, a score of a 3 is the standard which many colleges accept an AP score for college credit. 2014 COURSE ENROLLED

ART 2D DESIGN ART DRAWING ART HISTORY BIOLOGY CALCULUS AB CALCULUS BC CHEMISTY ENGLISH LANG ENGLISH LIT ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE GOVERNMENT MACRO ECONOMICS PHYSICS SPANISH LANGUAGE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY

17 1 32 20 20 10 8 72 33 87 75 58 9 9 82 32

2013

# TAKING

% TAKING

%3+

ENROLLED

#TAKING

%TAKING

%3+

17 1 32 20 20 9 8 72 33 85 74 57 9 12 82 32

100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 99% 100% 100% 100% 98% 99% 99% 100% 100% 100% 100%

64% 0% 68% 80% 80% 100% 25% 49% 67% 30% 34% 55% 58% 100% 35% 74%

7 7 38 15 39 6 18 86 29 86 78 61 14 13 79 38

7 7 38 15 39 6 18 83 28 83 76 60 13 24 76 38

100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 97% 99% 97% 99% 99% 99% 100% 97% 100%

98% 50% 65% 55% 65% 100% 25% 39% 73% 31% 38% 38% 75% 65% 35% 69%

Also included is a 9 year report of students performing at a 3 or higher. COURSE

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

ART HISTORY ART STUDIO BIOLOGY CALCULUS AB CALCULUS BC CHEMISTRY COMP SCI COMPARATIVE ECONOMICS ENGLISH LANG ENGLISH LIT ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE GOVERNMENT PHYSICS SPANISH LANGUAGE SPANISH LIT US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY

N/A 14% 25% 62% 62% 10% 56% 13% 23% 42% 64% N/A 32% N/A 70% 26% 12% N/A

N/A 63% 9% 57% 90% 2% 17% 5% 45% 54% 79% N/A 54% 86% 88% 75% 43% 79%

41% 67% 12% 72% 83% 0% N/A N/A 65% 72% 64% 61% 48% 36% 92% N/A 10% 48%

42% 50% 20% 74% 78% 0% N/A N/A 40% 69% 52% 34% 36% 57% 93% 100% 43% 55%

63% 58% 20% 68% 83% N/A N/A N/A 55% 28% 67% 28% 47% 0% 63% N/A 28% 55%

63% 36% 13% 64% N/A 36% N/A N/A 45% 38% 48% 23% 46% N/A 75% N/A 39% 70%

50% 56% 17% 82% N/A 35% N/A N/A 52% 44% 67% 32% 51% 50% 93% N/A 40% 62%

63% 42% 53% 64% 100% 22% N/A N/A 37% 39% 71% 30% 37% 69% 63% N/A 34% 68%

65% 50% 55% 65% 100% 25% N/A N/A 38% 39% 73% 31% 38% 75% 65% N/A 35% 69%

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ADVANCED PLACEMENT

SCHOOL SUMMARY WITH COMPARABLE GROUPS

4 3 TEXAS

2 1 NUMBER OF EXAMS MEAN SCORE STANDARD DEVIATION TOTAL SCHOOLS 5 4

UNITED STATES

3 2 1 NUMBER OF EXAMS MEAN SCORE STANDARD DEVIATION TOTAL SCHOOLS 5 4 3

GLOBAL

2 1 NUMBER OF EXAMS MEAN SCORE STANDARD DEVIATION TOTAL SCHOOLS

2 2 10 5 3 6 15 5 3 1 5 12 14 18 3 3 4 12 13 8 2 1 13 8 2 22 57 32 20 9 12 2.88 2.65 2.84 3.85 4.22 3.92 0.96 1.20 0.72 1.42 0.97 0.79 1 1 1 1 1 1 2,287 1,936 2,401 3,827 3,365 4,899 5,661 3,190 5,712 2,954 1,344 8,240 10,171 3,072 12,739 3,407 1,352 9,124 13,471 3,701 14,230 2,202 472 3,508 7,944 8,621 12,589 8,507 1,556 696 39,534 20,520 47,671 20,897 8,089 26,467 2.52 2.32 2.39 2.59 3.56 3.50 1.13 1.39 1.14 1.56 1.53 1.02 972 568 729 1,003 433 967 29,861 16,508 15,869 67,896 49,437 33,163 69,164 25,053 38,646 46,818 17,189 48,308 115,777 20,630 77,930 50,231 16,845 42,113 129,801 19,542 68,273 30,225 5,339 13,254 47,449 27,896 43,648 87,529 13,542 2,370 392,052 109,629 244,366 282,699 102,352 139,208 2.76 2.84 2.65 2.92 3.82 3.69 1.11 1.41 1.14 1.57 1.42 0.99 13,045 4,055 5,784 12,715 6,096 7,169 30,531 18,905 16,428 72,510 54,335 34,276 70,802 27,342 39,497 48,983 18,526 48,699 118,083 21,766 78,638 52,073 18,205 42,238 131,583 20,518 68,638 31,371 5,976 13,289 47,745 29,044 43,733 89,788 15,272 2,378 398,744 117,575 246,934 294,725 112,314 140,880 2.76 2.89 2.66 2.94 3.81 3.70 1.11 1.42 1.14 1.57 1.43 0.99 13,695 4,582 6,088 13,688 6,696 7,357

TOTAL EXAMS

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SPAN LANG

STANDARD DEVIATION

CALC BC

MEAN SCORE

CALC AB

NUMBER OF EXAMS

WORLD HIST

1

7 4 32 2.88 1.16 1 265 396 494 375 607 2,137 2.69 1.38 155 2,723 4,569 6,191 4,279 4,978 22,740 2.81 1.31 1,852 2,810 4,716 6,325 4,356 5,052 23,259 2.82 1.31 1,977

MACR ECON

2

4 11 20 30 7 72 2.65 1.04 1 4,466 8,617 15,114 20,349 15,572 64,118 2,47 1.19 1,027 47,485 89,174 141,806 150,852 71,033 500,350 2.78 1.17 11,288 48,486 90,537 143,847 152,532 71,712 507,114 2.79 1.18 11,813

ENG LIT COM

LUFKIN HIGH SCHOOL

4 3

3

TOTAL SCHOOLS

4

ENG LANG COMP

4

ART HISTORY

SCORE 5

37 86 144 178 564 2.55 1.17 1 43,206 70,781 98,634 105,741 118,765 437,127 2.57 1.31 1,583 554,507 814,856 1,027,177 916,649 771,406 4,084,595 2.87 1.31 17,835 590,556 842,270 1,050,090 931,564 785,133 4,199,613 2.89 1.31 19,341


COLLEGE EXAMS

COLLEGE PREPARATORY COURSEWORK Lufkin High School offers a variety of curriculums that ensure all students are prepared for a successful future in post- secondary education or the workforce. College and Career Readiness is measured by: College Entrance Exam Scores, Advanced Placement Coursework and Exam Scores, College hours Earned, Career and Technical Education Student Participation and Certifications Earned, Lufkin ISD Completion Rate and Lufkin ISD Graduates’ Post-Secondary Decisions.

COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAM SCORES Lufkin High School students take part in PSAT testing, SAT testing, and ACT testing. PSAT data from October 2013 exam is listed below. Also, SAT and ACT data is included.

PSAT EXAM minimum

median (50th percentile)

lower quartile (25th percentile)

SCORE DISTRIBUTION

maximum

upper quartile (75th percentile)

Note: The minimum and maximum exclude outliers.

The “boxplots” below show the distribution of test scores for your students, as well as for the state and nation. When interpreting these results, focus on typical scores (means and medians), variability in scores (standard deviations and length of boxes, and shapes of distributions (position of boxes relative to the median). Plots that have boxes that are off-center reveal that a greater proportion of students are high-scoring (the box to the right) or low-scoring (box appears to the left).

Junior (Class of 2015) Score Distribution MEAN SCORE

STANDARD DEVIATION

TEST SECTION

GROUP

CRITITAL READING

LUFKIN HIGH SCHOOL

49.9

9.3

TEXAS

44.0

10.7

UNITED STATES

46.6

11.0

LUFKIN HIGH SCHOOL

53.2

9.0

TEXAS

45.6

10.6

UNITED STATES

47.8

11.2

LUFKIN HIGH SCHOOL

50.5

10.5

TEXAS

43.2

10.6

UNITED STATES

45.3

10.9

MATHEMATICS

WRITING SKILLS

SCORE DISTRIBUTION 20 30 40

50

60

70

80

50

60

70

80

Sophomore (Class of 2016) Score Distribution MEAN SCORE

STANDARD DEVIATION

LUFKIN HIGH SCHOOL

38.3

8.5

TEXAS

40.8

9.8

UNITED STATES

41.9

10.3

LUFKIN HIGH SCHOOL

40.7

9.1

TEXAS

41.6

9.7

UNITED STATES

42.8

10.3

LUFKIN HIGH SCHOOL

38.4

8.9

TEXAS

39.8

9.7

UNITED STATES

40.6

10.1

TEST SECTION

GROUP

CRITICAL READING

MATHEMATICS

WRITING SKILLS

SCORE DISTRIBUTION 20 30 40

Source: CollegeBoard Summary of Answers & Skills (SOAS Report) LUFKIN INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

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COLLEGE EXAMS

ACT EXAM Included below is a five year trend of average ACT scores for Lufkin High School students. TOTAL TESTED GRAD YEAR SCHOOL STATE 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

59 99 103 88 93

ENGLISH

92,615 101,569 110,180 109,841 116,547

MATHEMATICS

READING

SCIENCE

COMPOSITE

SCHOOL

STATE

SCHOOL

STATE

SCHOOL

STATE

SCHOOL

STATE

SCHOOL

STATE

17.9 15.7 16.9 18.7 18.9

19.7 19.6 19.6 19.8 19.8

20.6 19.2 20.1 21.4 21.2

21.4 21.5 21.4 21.5 21.4

19.7 17.2 17.9 20.3 20.3

20.8 20.7 20.8 21.0 21.1

19.7 18.6 19.2 20.3 20.4

20.9 20.8 20.8 20.9 21.0

19.6 17.8 18.6 20.3 20.3

20.8 20.8 20.8 20.9 20.9

Source: ACT College Readiness Letter 2014

SAT EXAM The overall mean SAT score reports that LISD students are above average at the state and global level in Critical Reading and Mathematics and above the state level in writing. WRITING SUBSCORES TEST TAKERS

173 TEXAS 179,036 UNITED STATES 1,672,395

LUFKIN HIGH SCHOOL

CRITICAL READING

MATHEMATICS

MULTIPLE CHOICE

ESSAY

MEAN

SD

MEAN

SD

MEAN

SD

MEAN

SD

MEAN

SD

498 476 497

102 113 115

525 495 513

92 110 120

481 461 487

101 108 115

49.8 46.9 48.9

10.4 10.9 11.6

6.3 6.5 7.0

1.4 1.6 1.7

Source: CollegeBoard 2014 College Bound Seniors Report

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WRITING


CERTIFICATIONS

The Lufkin Independent School District offers courses in 14 out of 16 federally career clusters to prepare students for career preparation and academic advancement. LISD offers CTE courses in 15 subject areas that encompass all 5 graduation endorsements identified in House Bill 5. Students who are successful in select CTE courses have the opportunity to take an industry related certification test.

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATIONS CTE CERTIFICATION

IC3 STRATA MTA CERTIFIED NURSES AIDE MICROSOFT OFFICE WORD MICOSOFT OFFICEE EXCEL OSHA SAFETY FOOD HANDLERS LICENSE INFANT & TODDLER TRAINING TAMU-2S HOUR TOTAL CERTIFICATIONS

COURSE

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY HEALTH SCIENCE BIM II BIM II CONST. TECH/WELDING CULINARY I, II

2013-2014 2014-2015

48 25 9 10

92

38 of 41 18 of 18 8 of 8 6 of 10 25 of 27 5 of 5 8 of 28 48 of 48 20 of 22 176

CTE EXTRACURRICULAR LHS CTE has a variety of extracurricular leadership activities for students. Agriculture Science, Family Consumer Science and Health Science students are building their leadership capacity through participation in FFA, FCCLA and HOSA. Under the UIL banner, students enrolled in Accounting and Business courses make annual trips to state level UIL competition in Accounting and Business Applications and consistently rank near the top of the field. Students enrolled in Auto Tech, Construction Tech, Drafting, Graphic Arts, and Welding make annual trips to State Skills USA Competition. Students in Drafting, Graphic Arts and Welding have represented LHS as state champions at the National Skills USA competition. LHS CTE students have successfully competed in FIRST robotics for the past 6 years and have built a collaborative network of support from Lufkin’s industry, technical and academic community.

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DUAL CREDIT

LUFKIN ISD DUAL CREDIT PROGRAM–COLLEGE HOURS STUDENTS GAINING DUAL CREDIT 2013-2014

Lufkin Independent School District partners with Angelina College and Stephen F. Austin State University to offer courses where students earn college hours and high school credit simultaneously. Students must meet specific enrollment criteria set by each entity, along with satisfying the Texas Success initiative requirements. In 2013-2014, 138 students earned college credit through the dual credit program. The numbers included represent the course offered and the number of students that gained college credit in each course for the year with 68 students taking Dual Credit English, 40 students taking Dual Credit Finite Math, and 30 students taking Dual Credit History.

ENGLISH 4 DUAL CREDIT (SENIORS) US HISTORY DUAL CREDIT (JUNIORS) FINITE MATH DUAL CREDIT (JUNIORS & SENIORS)

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Beginning in 2014-2015, Lufkin Independent School District has expanded to offer Dual Credit College Algebra.


COURSES & ATTENDANCE

MATH CALCULUS 1

COURSES OFFERED

CALCULUS 2

SCIENCE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE BIOLOGY 2 PHYSICS CHEMISTRY

SOCIAL STUDIES WORLD HISTORY U.S. HISTORY U.S. GOVERNMENT ECONOMICS

ENGLISH ENGLISH 3 (ENGLISH LANGUAGE) ENGLISH 4 (ENGLISH LITERATURE) ART HISTORY

FINE ARTS STUDIO ART 2-D DESIGN STUDIO ART 3-D DESIGN STUDIO ART DRAWING

LANGUAGES SPANISH LANGUAGE

ATTENDANCE AND GRADUATION RATES Lufkin Independent School District monitors attendance along with completion and graduation rates. The state attendance rate based on the 2011-2012 school year is an average of 95.9%. Lufkin Independent School District is above the state’s average at 96.3%. As reported by the state of Texas graduation and completion rates for Lufkin Independent School District are above the state average by 2.6 %. Lufkin Independent School District Graduates are 3.7 % above the state average in producing Recommended/ Distinguished high school graduates with an average of 84.2 %. LUFKIN INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

95%

96%

97% LUFKIN ISD 2011-2012 ATTENDANCE RATE 96.3%

TEXAS STATE ATTENDANCE AVERAGE 95.9%

CLASS OF 2012

LISD

TEXAS

GRADUATED CONTINUED RECEIVED GED DROPPED OUT TOTAL

90.6% 1.8% 0.4% 7.2% 100%

87.7% 5% 1% 6.3% 100%

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COLLEGES

POST- SECONDARY DECISIONS

Lufkin High School offers a college transition center named the Go Center. The Go Center allows students to explore careers, take career interest assessments, register for college entrance exams, research and apply for scholarships, complete financial aid forms and conduct job searches. Seniors are required to visit the College and Career GO center during their senior year and all students are welcome at any time. Lufkin Independent School District strives for a strong admission rate among its high school seniors as they transition into postsecondary education, with the help of the Go Center we have had a success rate of 98% accepted into college.

ADMITTING COLLEGES FOR CLASS OF 2013 ABILENE CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY ANGELINA COLLEGE ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY ASBURY UNIVERSITY AUSTIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE BAYLOR UNIVERSITY BLINN COLLEGE CLEMSON UNIVERSITY CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY TEXAS EASTFIELD COLLEGE - DALLAS CC DISTRICT HEALD COLLEGE - STOCKTON HENDERSON STATE UNIVERSITY HOWARD PAYNE UNIVERSITY KILGORE COLLEGE LAMAR UNIVERSITY - BEAUMONT LESLEY UNIVERSITY LONE STAR COLLEGE SYSTEM DISTRICT LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY - AG MIAMI DADE COLLEGE NORTHWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY NORWICH UNIVERSITY OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY - STILLWATER OUR LADY OF THE LAKE UNIVERSITY PARIS JUNIOR COLLEGE PRAIRIE VIEW A&M UNIVERSITY RANDOLPH COLLEGE SAM HOUSTON STATE UNIVERSITY SAN JACINTO COLLEGE

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SEATTLE UNIVERSITY SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY TARLETON STATE UNIVERSITY TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY - CORPUS CHRISTI TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY - GALVESTON TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY - SAN MARCOS TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY - LUBBOCK THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE UNITED EDUCATION INSTITUTE - VAN NUYS UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON-DOWNTOWN UNIVERSITY OF MAINE, ORONO UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS - SAN ANTONIO UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS ARLINGTON UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT TYLER WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY Data from National Student Clearinghouse


FACILITIES

FACILITIES With the passage of the 2007 bond, the district embarked on a capital improvement program that provided a new primary school, a high school auditorium, science wing additions, breezeway enclosures, fencing, paving, security upgrades and technology upgrades. Construction activities were completed in August 2013. As facilities within the district are dynamic, several capital projects have been undertaken since August 2013. • The high school received a complete new roofing system, which included taking an extended warranty that will provide a secure building envelope for the next 25 years.

• Three portable classrooms were relocated from Garrett Primary to Brandon Elementary. Upon arrival at Brandon, the portables were refurbished and brought up to current standards.

• The building control systems that monitor and control HVAC and lighting district wide were upgraded and integrated in to our existing systems. This upgrade allowed for modern controls that should cover our needs eliminating components that are no longer supported with older operating software.

• Renovations were done at the Administration Building to provide a relocation of personnel, consolidating departments for a more efficient workflow.

• The artificial turf at Abe Martin Stadium was replaced in the summer of 2014. The original artificial turf was installed in 2005 and had reached the end of its life cycle. There were some safety issues concerning the playability of the turf in its current condition which was corrected with the replacement.

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• Additional security vestibules were constructed at Brandon Elementary and Anderson Elementary to provide a more secure facility. • With major support from the Tennis Booster organization, lighting at the high school tennis courts has been installed, with the district completing a court resurface.

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FACT SHEET

DISTRICT FACT SHEET TOTAL TAX BASE OF THE DISTRICT APPLIED TAX RATE CURRENT FUND BALANCE (AUG 2014) ANNUAL BUDGET FOR FY 2014-2015 INSTRUCTIONAL BUDGET TOTAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT FOR FY 2013-2014 AVERAGE EXPENDITURE PER STUDENT IN FY 2013-2014

1.207 PER $100/VALUE $19.6 MILLION $61.3 MILLION $35.3 MILLION 8,358 $7,334

Each fall, the state of Texas assigns a rating to each school district based on annual financial audits. In fall 2014, Lufkin ISD received a Superior rating by the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas.

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DEMOGRAPHICS

GRADE LEVEL

COUNT

PERCENT

HISPANIC

AMERICAN INDIAN

ASIAN

AFRICAN AMERICAN

WHITE

HAWAIIAN/ PAC. ISL.

TWO/MORE RACE

2013-14 LISD DEMOGRAPHICS

EE PK KG 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 2013-14 2012-13 2009-10

49 697 629 729 666 598 612 532 574 567 558 606 550 497 554 8418 8518 8630

0.6% 8.3% 7.5% 8.7% 7.9% 7.1% 7.3% 6.3% 6.8% 6.7% 6.6% 7.2% 6.5% 5.9% 6.6% 100% 100% 100%

0.06% 4.04% 2.71% 3.33% 3.52% 2.96% 2.98% 2.76% 2.68% 2.76% 2.53% 2.85% 2.35% 1.79% 2.27% 39.6% 39.1% 37.1%

0.00% 0.01% 0.00% 0.02% 0.02% 0.00% 0.02% 0.04% 0.01% 0.00% 0.00% 0.01% 0.02% 0.04% 0.01% .2% 0.2% 0.2%

0.00% 0.06% 0.08% 0.04% 0.12% 0.12% 0.13% 0.11% 0.12% 0.10% 0.10% 0.14% 0.13% 0.04% 0.18% 1.4% 1.4% 1.2%

0.14% 2.85% 2.32% 2.70% 1.88% 1.88% 1.96% 1.64% 1.90% 1.94% 1.79% 1.87% 1.84% 1.89% 1.79% 28.4% 27.7% 28.0%

0.37% 1.16% 2.21% 2.45% 2.23% 2.02% 2.02% 1.65% 1.84% 1.77% 2.03% 2.17% 2.01% 2.07% 2.25% 28.2% 29.5% 31.8%

0.01% 0.00% 0.04% 0.01% 0.00% 0.01% 0.00% 0.00% 0.02% 0.01% 0.00% 0.01% 0.00% 0.00% 0.01% 0.1% 0.1% 0.0%

0.00% 0.15% 0.12% 0.12% 0.14% 0.12% 0.15% 0.13% 0.24% 0.17% 0.18% 0.14% 0.18% 0.08% 0.07% 2.0% 1.9% 1.7%

ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED: 2013-14 73.2% 2012-13 73.2% GIFTED & TALENTED: 2013-14 10.3% 2012-13 10.9% SPECIAL EDUCATION: 2013-14 10.7% 2012-13 10.8% LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENT:

STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS BASED ON SNAPSHOT ENROLLMENT IN OCTOBER

2013-14 18.2% 2012-13 17.8% MALE: 2013-14 51.3% 2012-13 51.0% FEMALE: 2013-14 48.7% 2012-13 49.0%

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ENROLLMENT

CAMPUS ENROLLMENT COUNTS HIGH SCHOOL MIDDLE SCHOOL STUBBLEFIELD ANDERSON BRANDON BROOKHOLLOW BURLEY COSTON DUNBAR GARRETT HACKNEY HERTY KURTH SLACK TROUT STATE SCHOOL SPECIAL SERVICES JUVENILE LUFKIN ISD TOTAL

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2013 - 14

2012 - 13

2011 - 12

2008 - 09

2,136 1,697 67 276 421 298 517 318 375 391 260 412 392 428 408 0 18 4 8,418

2,208 1,749 41 306 435 303 510 291 370 375 268 416 400 419 393 6 21 7 8,518

2,196 1,769 43 288 423 316 507 279 392 390 267 418 376 440 394 4 25 4 8,531

2,298 1,799 18 322 455 326 N/A 317 297 418 273 412 374 856 417 2 11 5 8,600


STAAR

LUFKIN ISD STAAR RESULTS 2014

LUFKIN INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

GRADE

SUBJECT

LUFKIN ISD

3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 8 8 HS HS HS HS HS

READING MATH READING WRITING MATH READING MATH SCIENCE READING MATH READING WRITING READING MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES ALGEBRA 1 BIOLOGY U.S. HISTORY ENGLISH I ENGLISH II

69 63 72 74 74 84 87 70 75 85 75 75 92 93 79 65 84 95 92 67 74

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