Test scores to affect principal reassignments

Staff Writer

SBCISDSan Benito CISD Superintendent of Schools Antonio G. Limón addressed on Tuesday the probability of the 2014 STAAR test scores influencing pending principal reassignments.

“Right now, it’s too early to tell,” Limón said Tuesday about which principals may be reassigned. “We’re still evaluating the results of the second administration of the STAAR (State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness) and taking a look at the different scores and analyzing data before we make any recommendations to the Board (of Trustees).”

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    • Beto F. on June 13, 2014 at 9:03 pm
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    There were only two elementary schools who make significant improvement. …. guess what?… VMA was not a school that made significant changes…. somebody should read the scores again… leave the VMA principal where he is… he likes it there…. just ask him.

    Mr. Sanchez (at SBHS) has done a good job this year. He at least returns parent phone calls and takes the time to talk to the students… and not just the TOP students either.
    Keep up the good work SBHS Teachers and staff…. you are appreciated by parents.

    • A Parent on June 12, 2014 at 10:52 pm
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    PS… @crystal’s comment…. The STAAR Scores improved as well.. at Rangerville.

    • Common folk on June 12, 2014 at 1:08 pm
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    Kudos to VMA for raising their scores this year. The support from administration, teachers and staff reflects on the students’ success. However the students and teachers at the high school need a strong leadership, more praise and motivation so they can do well next year and the years to come. The principal at VMA would be an excellent choice for the high school.

    • Jennifer Winton on June 11, 2014 at 11:15 pm
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    At the high school, Mr. Sanchez just finished his first year (outstandingly I might add) and I would hate to see him moved before he has a chance to show what he can accomplish on our campus. I also know I am not alone in my wish to work for him another year. It’s just a thought, but shouldn’t we be working to improve those campuses and principals instead of moving them somewhere else?

    • Cristal Garcia on June 11, 2014 at 4:51 pm
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    I would like just to say that our principal and assistant principal at Rangerville was an extremely wonderful change this year Ms. Molina and Ms. Atkinson did an amazing job wuth our children this year i hope you leave them in our elementary school…our children are excited about next year and want them to continue pushing and striving for excellence!!! I myself loved the change they are perfect examples of what great leadership should be!!

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