• 2009 Preliminary TAKS Scores are In!

    Preliminary TAKS results are in and Coppell ISD students excelled! One hundred percent of the “All Students” group Met Standard on 3rd and 8th grade Reading, 7th grade Writing, and 11th grade Social Studies. Commended scores in each of the above areas were 76%, 77%, 67%, and 80% respectively. Commended scores mean students mastered the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) curriculum with a score of 90% or above.

    “All Students” Met Standard at a rate of 99% in 5th, 6th, and 9th grade Reading; 4th grade Writing; and 8th and 10th grade Social Studies. In these areas, respectively, 60%, 72%, 50%, 58%, 72%, and 73% of student scores were Commended. “All Students” Met Standard above the 90th percentile in every subject area for each grade level.

    The Texas Education Agency (TEA) will announce preliminary accountability ratings in August which include not only TAKS performance but other indicators such as graduation rates and Gold Performance Acknowledgements. Meantime, visit www.coppellisd.com for more district TAKS scores by grade and subject area as well as the campus web sites for individual campus TAKS scores.

    *Note: 3rd, 5th, and 8th grade Reading and 5th and 8th grade Math reflect two administrations: students who tested in March and those who took the retest.


    2009 Preliminary TAKS Results
    Reading
    Math
    Writing
    Science
    Social Studies
    Met Standard
    Commended
    Met Standard
    Commended
    Met Standard
    Commended
    Met Standard
    Commended
    Met Standard
    Commended
    Third 100% 76% 97% 69%            
    Fourth 96% 58% 96% 66% 99% 58%        
    Fifth 99% 60% 95% 68%     97% 68%    
    Sixth 99% 72% 95% 69%            
    Seventh 97% 60% 96% 58% 100% 67%        
    Eighth 100% 77% 97% 64%     93% 54% 99% 72%
    Ninth 99% 50% 93% 62%            
    Tenth 98% 49% 91% 50% 92% 33% 99% 73%
    Eleventh 98% 64% 96% 66% 97% 47% 100% 80%
    NOTE: This data reflects the “All Students” group for each appropriate grade and subject not the accountability subgroup. These numbers could vary based on student enrollment during the state’s “snapshot” date taken in October 2008.