The Tyler Independent School District is proud to announce that all schools in the District are Academically Acceptable or above in the Texas Education Agency (TEA) AEIS Campus Rating.
"We are very proud of the hard work and effort of all of our teachers and staff who helped to make this accomplishment possible," said Tyler ISD Superintendent Dr. Randy Reid. "We know we still have a lot of work ahead of us, but we want to take some time to celebrate our campuses success."
Tyler ISD had nine schools whose test scores advanced their ratings to the level of Recognized:
Dr. Bryan C. Jack Elementary
Andy Woods Elementary
Two Tyler ISD campuses received the highest recognition of Exemplary and they are:
These 11 campuses will be recognized for their accomplishments and the District's Convocation event scheduled for all District employees on Thursday, August 21.
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