Texas Academic Performance Reports were compiled by TEA for every district and campus using PEIMS and student assessment data. The TAPR combines details of district and campus academic performance with financial reports and information about staff, programs, and demographics. Prior to the 2012–13 school year, TAPR was known as the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) reports.Search TEA Website for 2018/2019 School Year reports by individual campus or district
- Federal Report Cards
- HPS Annual Reports
- TX Academic Performance Reports
- Public Hearings
- Community & Student Engagement Reports
- 2019 Ratings
Federal Report Cards for the state, district, and campuses are available on the Texas Education Agency’s (TEA) website.
Each LEA that receives Title I, Part A funding is responsible for disseminating the State, LEA and campus-level report cards to all LEA campuses and parents of all enrolled students and making the information widely available through public means such as posting on the Internet, distribution to the media, or distribution through public agencies.
At a minimum, the LEA must -
- Post direct links to the State, LEA, and campus report cards on its web site;
- Notify parents of all students about the availability of the report cards and the options for obtaining them;
- Provide appropriate translation (either oral or written) upon request;
- Make hard copies available to parents upon request; and
- Make hard copies available for viewing in public locations.
LEAs must make the federal report card information readily accessible to the public and parents must be notified of the availability of the federal report card information no later than Thursday, March 2, 2023.
2021 - 2022 Campus Federal Report Cards:
2021 - 2022 LEA Federal Report Cards:
The Texas Education Code (TEC), §39.306, requires each district’s board of trustees to publish an annual report that includes the TAPR, district accreditation status, campus performance objectives, information on violent or criminal incidents, and information on the performance of the previous year’s graduates in their first year of college, as reported by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Harmony Public Schools annual reports can be found at the links below. Paper copies are available at the district’s administration office and at HPS Central Office.
The Texas Education Code (TEC §39.306), requires each district’s board of trustees to publish an annual report that includes the PDF TAPR, campus performance objectives, district accreditation status and any distinction designations awarded, the district’s current special education compliance status (included in the district PDF TAPR cover page), information on violent or criminal incidents and prevention policies, information on the performance of the previous year’s graduates in their first year of college, as reported by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), and any supplemental information.
TAPR public hearing took place on Saturday, February 22, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. at:
Harmony Public Schools Central Office Building 9321 W Sam Houston Pkwy S Houston, Texas 77099.
House Bill 5 of the 83rd Texas Legislative Session included a local evaluation requirement that is referred to as Community and Student Engagement. The statute requires each district to evaluate and designate a performance rating for the district and each of its campuses in the district based on criteria set by a local committee (TEC 39.0545). The law requires that each district and each campus be assigned a rating of exemplary, recognized, acceptable, or unacceptable. The district and campus performance ratings must be reported annually to TEA through PEIMS, and made publicly available by August 8 of each year beginning with the 2013–14 school year.
The statute provides nine factors for which the district and each campus must be evaluated:
Fine arts, wellness and physical education, community and parental involvement, 21st century workforce development program, 2nd language acquisition program, digital learning environment, dropout prevention strategies, educational programs for GT students, and compliance with statutory reporting and policy requirements.
Texas Education Agency awards Harmony Public Schools five district A-ratings, two district B-ratings in annual accountability scores
Five districts in the Harmony Public Schools system received A-Ratings in the Texas Education Agency’s 2019 Accountability Ratings.
Two others received B-Ratings.
In addition to the district ratings, 18 of Harmony’s individual campuses also received A-ratings from the TEA on Thursday, including campuses in Houston, San Antonio, El Paso, Austin, Fort Worth, Pflugerville, Garland, Carrollton, Sugar Land, Katy, Brownsville, and Laredo.
To access accountability reports and search for your district/campus, please visit the TEA website, and follow the instructions.