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Accountability Rating

The 2017 Accountability Ratings for Grand Saline ISD and all campuses are MET Standard .

Accountability Data Tables. These data tables show the information used to determine the ratings for districts and campuses. You may access Campus Data Tables , District Data Tables , Region Data Tables , or the State Data Table . The values on these tables may be masked in order to be in compliance with the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). For information on which data are masked, please see the Explanation of Masking Rules . For information specific to alternative education accountability (AEA), visit the AEA resource site. click here

PreK High Quality Parent Engagement

T APR/Texas Academic Performance Report  
 Due to changes in legislation, the performance report formerly known as the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) report is now the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR).

System Safeguards - The basis of safeguards for the accountability rating system is to ensure that poor performance in one area or one student group is not masked in the performance index. The intent of the safeguards system is to also meet additional federal accountability requirements that are not met in the performance index. Failure to meet the safeguard target for any reported cell must be addressed in the campus or district improvement plan.



TAPR PowerPoint 2013.ppt

AEIS/Academic Excellence Indicator System

From this website you can access AEIS reports for every public school, district, or region of Texas.
click here

District AEIS AEIS 11-12.pdf
High School AEIS AEIS 11-12.pdf
Middle School AEIS AEIS 11-12.pdf
Intermediate School AEIS AEIS 11-12.pdf
Elementary School AEIS AEIS 11-12.pdf
Multi Youth Campus AEIS Multi Youth Campus AEIS 11-12.pdf
Alternative Ed Campus AEIS Alternative Ed AEIS 11-12.pdf

AEIS Glossary Glossary.pdf


District Comprehensive Needs Assessment and Improvement Plan

2016-2017 District and Campus Plans

2015-2016 District and Campus Plans

2013-2014 District and Campus Plans District Plan 2013-2014.pdf Campus Plan 13-14 revised.pdf Campus Plan Revised (2) 13-14.pdf Campus Plan 2013 - 2014.pdf Plan Elementary 13-14 - Final.pdf

2012-2014 District and Campus Plans District Plan 2012-14pdf.pdf Plan Elementary 12-13 pdf.pdf Campus Plan 2012 - 2014 pdf.pdf Campus Plan 2012-14 pdf.pdf Campus Plan 12-13 pdf.pdf

2011-2012 District and Campus Plans District Plan 2011-12 (2).pdf Plan Elementary 11-12 pdf.pdf Campus Plan pdf.pdf School Campus Plan pdf.pdf Campus Plan 11-12 pdf.pdf

Community and Student Engagement

2015-2016 Ratings

2014-2015 Ratings

Grand Saline ISD



Middle School

High School

The Texas Performance Reporting System (TPRS) for the 2013-14 school year is now available at .


The TPRS, which provides detailed performance results at the school, district, region, and state levels, expands on information previously released in the Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR) by presenting performance and participation results by student group, including


  • Economically Disadvantaged,
  • Male/Female,
  • Special Education,
  • At Risk,
  • Migrant,
  • English Language Learners (ELLs), and
  • Career and Technical Education (CTE).

Highly Qualified Report



High School HS13-14.pdf
Middle School MS13-14.pdf 
Intermediate IS13-14.pdf
Elementary IS13-14.pdf 

Highly Qualified Campus Improvement Plan CIP 13-14.doc

Elementary School HQ ELEMENTARY.pdf
Intermediate School HQ Intermediate.pdf
Middle School HQ Middle School.pdf
High School HQ High School.pdf
Van Zandt Co Multi Youth HQ VZCJ Multi Youth.pdf

Federal Report Cards 2015-2016

Federal Report Cards for 2014-2015

Federal Report Cards 2012-2013

Federal Report Cards are now available at:

 Federal Report Cards 2009-2012
Federal Report Cards 2012 SALINE.pdf SALINE.pdf SALINE.pdf SALINE.pdf SALINE.pdf ZANDT CO.pdf ZANDT_RA.pdf
Federal Report Cards 2011
2011 GSISD and Campus School Report Cards

TEA Minimum Salary Schedule

TEA Payment Report

2009-2010 Summary of Finance 

Foster Care & Student Success - Texas School  District Foster Care Liaisons

Designated District Liaison:

Each School District in Texas is required to appoint at least one employee, to act as a liaison to facilitate
the enrollment in and transfer of records of students in the legal custody of Department of Family and Protective Services.   

You may contact the GSISD district foster care liaison, Debby Morse, at 903-962-8171.


Public Notification of Nondiscrimination in Career and Technology Education Programs
Non-Discrimination Notification

Child Find
A child is eligible for Special Education services if he/she demonstrates difficulties in the areas of language/speech, hearing, vision, cognitive/mental, motor/physical development, behavior, or self help. These services are available to all eligible individuals from birth through 21 years of age at no cost to the family regardless the severity of their disability. Please contact the Van Zandt Special Education Cooperative at 903-896-1761.


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