Tyler ISD Communications

Jennifer Hines

Executive Director of Communications and Public Relations

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Sandra Stanley Communications Coordinator

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Amy Pawlak 

Public Relations Coordinator

Lynne Hubbard

Switchboard Operator

Marla Boone

Communications/ Volunteer Assistant

Angela Duitch

Coordinator of TISD-TV & Digital Media

Jessica Poe

Digital Communications Specialist

Jacob Walker

Digital Media and Video Specialist

John Landes

Coordinator of Government Relations

Tracy Varnell

District Mail Clerk

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Tyler ISD campuses earn history-making accountability results

August 21, 2018

Tyler ISD is celebrating its greatest list of TEA Accountability achievements ever, with all campuses receiving a Met Standard rating and 12 campuses earning a total of 33 distinctions. Distinctions are earned for high levels of achievement in comparison to other schools similar in demographics and size.

 

 

Four years ago, Tyler ISD saw 11 of its campuses receive an Improvement Required (IR) rating. That number reduced to nine, then three, then only two remaining on the IR list as of last year.  

 

“We are thrilled at these ratings, but also see room for improvement in various areas,” Superintendent Dr. Marty Crawford said referring the overall grade of “C” the district received through the TEA’s new A-F rating system. “A high C grade is not a bad start, but we will keep our heads down and our eyes focused on continued improvement throughout the upcoming school year.”

 

2017-18 Campus Distinction Summary

  • T.J. Austin Elementary earned a distinction in Mathematics;

  • Birdwell Elementary earned distinctions in Mathematics, Comparative Academic Growth, and Postsecondary Readiness;

  • Caldwell Arts Academy earned a distinction in ELA/Reading;

  • Griffin Elementary earned a distinction in Mathematics;

  • Dr. Bryan C. Jack Elementary earned distinctions in ELA/Reading, Science, Comparative Academic Growth, Postsecondary Readiness, and Comparative Closing the Gaps;

  • Owens Elementary earned distinctions in ELA/Reading and Comparative Academic Growth;

  • Ramey Elementary earned distinctions in Mathematics and Comparative Academic Growth;

  • Woods Elementary earned distinctions in Mathematics and Postsecondary Readiness;

  • Hubbard Middle School earned a distinction in ELA/Reading;

  • Moore Magnet School earned distinctions in ELA/Reading, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Comparative Academic Growth, Postsecondary Readiness, and Comparative Closing the Gaps;

  • Robert E. Lee High School earned distinctions in ELA/Reading, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and Postsecondary Readiness;

  • Early College High School earned distinctions in ELA/Reading, Comparative Academic Growth, and Comparative Closing the Gaps.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

 

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