The mission of the Department of Assessment, Accountability, and Instructional Materials is to support student learning through:
acquiring, generating, maintaining, and disseminating information and instructional materials in a timely manner;
facilitating and providing professional development in the use of data systems to support the continuous improvement of academic and administrative processes, and the integrity and administration of state and local assessments;
serving the district at all levels in measuring and improving student learning for local, state, and federal accountability.
Parents can access STAAR results for grades 3-8 and End-of-Course by logging into their CISD Parent Access account or they may view a more detailed report through the student data portal provided by TEA.
Directions on how to access scores using Parent Access can be found below.
Beginning in July through the start of school, features of Parent Access will be disabled in preparation for the upcoming school year. STAAR scores and the unique student access code will be available on the main screen upon log in. For more details pertaining to students’ scores and the assessment itself, parents can visit the student data portal. Directions on how to access the portal are below.
The links below will be helpful in assisting students/parents in registering students who are unable to test in their respective districts during a particular testing administration.
OOD/OOS students/parents are encouraged to communicate with the Conroe ISD campus, in which they are wanting to test at, to gather necessary and the most up to date information regarding reporting times and dates of testing.
Beginning with the 2017â2018 school year, the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) assessments will no longer be administered. Students for whom TAKS is a graduation requirement, including former TAAS and TEAMS examinees, may pursue the following options to receive a Texas high school diploma.
Meet Performance Standards on Alternate Assessments
The alternate assessments allowed for TAKS are SAT, ACT, TSI, and STAAR. Former TAKS, TAAS, and TEAMS examinees should take only the appropriate part of the alternate assessment he or she needs to fulfill testing graduation requirements.
Performance levels that students need achieve on the above mentioned assessments can be found herepdf.
Interested individuals wishing to utilize alternate assessments should contact the high school that they were last enrolled for additional information.
Individuals should contact the high school that they were last enrolled to request a district decision regarding whether they qualify to graduate and receive a high school diploma under alternative requirements.