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About Archer City ISD

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Archer City ISD is an Accredited District.

Archer City ISD is a 1A district in the state of Texas.  The district is proud to have received the following ratings from the Texas Education Agency:

1996 Recognized District
1997 Exemplary District
1998 Recognized District
1999 Recognized District
2000 Recognized District
2001 Recognized District
2002 Exemplary District
2003 Recognized District
2004 Recognized District
2005 Recognized District
2006 Recognized District
2007 Recognized District
2008 Recognized District

2009 Recognized District
2010 Recognized District
2011 Recognized District

2016 Met Standard
 

Case 5 Index:
Index 5 Self Reporting AC-Elem/MS 2015-16
Index 5 Self Reporting AC - JH/HS 2015-16
Index 5 Self Reporting AC - District 2015-16

Important Links:

2012-13 UIL Eligibility Calendar

Budget Summary for 2011-12
Budget Summary for 2012-13
Budget Summary for 2013-14
Budget Summary for 2014-15
Budget Summary for 2015-16
Budget Summary for 2016-17

Utility Usage Report 2011-12
                             2013-14
                             2015-16

Archer City ISD School Report Cards

Archer City JH/HS School Report Card 2016

Archer City Elementary School Report Card 2016

Federal Report Cards for the state, district, and campuses are now available on the Texas Education Agency’s (TEA) website.

Archer City ISD School TAPR

ACISD TAPR

ACISD Elementary TAPR

ACISD JH/HS TAPR

 

For Archer City ISD's accountability rating, go to:

District

Junior High/High School

Elementary

NCLB Report Card - 2012

Elementary NCLB Report

JH/HS NCLB Report

District Report

 

NCLB Highly Qualified Teacher Report

NCLB Highly Qualified Teacher Report

 

Texas Consolidated School Rating Report (TCSR)

 

Transition in Texas
The Transition in Texas website is a project of the Texas Secondary Transition/Post-School Results Network in collaboration with the 
Texas Education Agency.   The network is comprised of representatives from each of the 20 Education Service Centers in Texas.

 
Education Service Center Region 11 provides statewide leadership for the Texas Secondary Transition/Post-School Results Network. The focus of the network is to promote communication and collaboration between stakeholders and a comprehensive, coordinated, transition service delivery system in Texas that leads to attainment of identified post-school goals for every student.
 

The purpose of this website is to provide viewers with knowledge of the secondary transition process to facilitate student progress toward attainment of their postsecondary goals.  On this site you will find resources for students, parents, educators and agency resources. 

 

 

The Transition in Texas website is a continual work in progress. We hope you will bookmark this site and check back regularly for updates and additions. 

 

504 District Coordinator : Anne Kelley, 940-574-4536, ext. 1032
Elementary 504 and Dyslexia: Michelle Cadman  940-574-4506 ext. 1093
High School 504 and DyslexiaBecky Nogle  940-574-4713. ext.1063
 
Campus Behavior Coordinators:
Grades PK-6: Josh Castles, 940-574-4506
Grades 7-12: Vance Morris, 940-574-4713
 

Chapter 313 School Value Limitation Agreement Documents