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Longview area school ratings see mixed results

Longview area school ratings see mixed results
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Friday, July 29, 2011 - 4:34pm

Longview ISD improved its state accountability rating to academically acceptable, but the district has four academically unacceptable campuses. Neighboring Pine Tree ISD was rated acceptable with two unacceptable campuses. Spring Hill ISD was rated acceptable and Hallsville ISD was rated recognized.

According to ratings released about an hour ago by the Texas Education Agency, Longview High School as well as J.L. Everhart, South Ward and Ware elementary schools are each rated academically unacceptable. Last year, the school district as a whole was rated unacceptable.

Hudson PEP scored the state's highest rating of exemplary while Ned E. Williams and Johnston-McQueen elementary schools earned the second highest rating of recognized. The district's three middle schools as well as LEAD Academy High School and Bramlette Elementary School are rated academically acceptable.

Pine Tree Intermediate School was deemed academically unacceptable. Because the elementary school is a feeder school to the intermediate, Pine Tree Elementary School earned the same unacceptable rating. All of Pine Tree's other campuses were rated acceptable.

Spring Hill Primary and Intermediate schools earned the state's highest rating - exemplary. Spring Hill Middle School was rated recognized while the junior high and high school are each rated acceptable.

Read about more results here.

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