Medina Valley ISD Earns Top Grade on New Accountability System
The Medina Valley Independent School District has earned a grade of “A” on the state’s new A-F accountability system. This is the first year that districts have earned an official grade on the new system. Districts can receive a grade of A, B, C, D, or F. The district also earned the Post-Secondary Readiness distinction designation, which is the only distinction designation available to districts. This is the second year in a row that the district has earned the Post-Secondary Readiness distinction designation. “The district earning a grade of “A” on state accountability is a testament to the hard work of our staff, students, and board, along with strong community support”, said Superintendent Dr. Kenneth Rohrbach. "Our focus will continue to be on the needs of each individual learner and increasing our performance year after year."
Campuses do not receive a letter grade this year, but rather are labeled either “Met Standard” or “Improvement Required”. All five of Medina Valley’s campuses earned an accountability rating of “Met Standard”, and received a number of distinction designations.