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2022 STAAR scores available via Parent Portal (en español)

Students took the STAAR tests earlier this spring as one of many ways to measure student learning. The STAAR tests will help schools and teachers better understand where students may have gaps from the disruptions to learning caused by the pandemic. Teachers…

Navarro ECHS barbecue fundraiser sharpens skills in quest for national championship

By Paul Stinson Navarro Early College High School’s barbecue team is heading to Nationals this month after wowing state judges and seeing the meats from their fundraising cook fly off the virtual shelves long before the grill gets going. “Everything is 100…

A message from Superintendent Stephanie S. Elizalde / Un mensaje de Superintendente Stephanie S. Elizalde

Dear Austin ISD Community, As we grieve with the families in Uvalde, it is natural for our thoughts to turn to the safety of our own children here at home. I met with Austin ISD Police Department Acting Chief Beverly Freshour and her lieutenants this morning…

International High eying a move north to accommodate influx of immigrant students

In response to a big influx of newly arrived immigrant students, Austin ISD is talking with stakeholders about moving International High School next school year from Eastside Early College High School at the L.C. Anderson campus to co-locate with Northeast…

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McConaughey talks journaling with Sadler Means

In April, Sadler Means launched their All Write, All Write, All Write: Sadler Means Intro to Journaling initiative. Thanks to a donation from actor and professor Matthew McConaughey, every student and staff member received a copy of Greenlights: Your…

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Bowie Siblings Wrestle With Success

Pinning down your brother or sister in a wrestling match is something most parents are not fond of, but for Bowie High School siblings Joshua and Olivia Moreno, it's just another day at work.

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Bowie Yearbook Gains National Recognition

The new year will be one for the books for Bowie High School. The “Lone Star Yearbook” was named as a finalist for two national awards: a Pacemaker from the National Scholastic Press Association and a Crown from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.

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Austin ISD Board President, Campuses Recognized by Chamber

Austin ISD leaders and campuses were honored for their efforts to get students into college and expand educational opportunities at the Austin Chamber of Commerce’s State of Education and Talent 2021 reception on October 28 at the J.W. Marriott Austin. Why…

Austin ISD Hosts College Prep Week (En Español)

It's never too early to start thinking about college. That's why Austin ISD will be hosting Go Get It Week starting Monday, Oct. 18, where campuses will engage elementary, middle, and high school students about college awareness. During the week, students…

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Austin ISD AP Test Scores remain consistent despite COVID disruption

The recent release of Advance Placement testing scores revealed that despite COVID-19 disruptions, Austin ISD students passed their AP exams at a similar rate to the last two years. The Advanced Placement program is offered in all Austin ISD high schools and…

Crockett ECHS Principal Receives Prestigious “Champions for School Climate” Award

When you visit Crockett Early College High School, you walk into an atmosphere that is committed to equity, supportive relationships, quality teaching and learning, and a sense of belonging. These qualities were stewarded by Principal Kori Crawford which led…

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Austin ISD teachers and students concerned about impacts of restricting social studies curriculum

For some teachers, there’s been an extra challenge as they prepare lessons for the year – making sure they don’t violate new laws passed by the Texas Legislature.