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S-TES named ‘distinguished school’ for fourth consecutive year
May 18, 2013 | 2402 views | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Pictured from left (standing), Katalina Herrera, Mikayla Shaulis, Carly Haggard, Mailey Hardin, (kneeling) Christopher Olivarez, and Inocente Esquivel represent Skidmore-Tynan Elemetary School, which was recently named a Title 1 Distinguished School.
Pictured from left (standing), Katalina Herrera, Mikayla Shaulis, Carly Haggard, Mailey Hardin, (kneeling) Christopher Olivarez, and Inocente Esquivel represent Skidmore-Tynan Elemetary School, which was recently named a Title 1 Distinguished School.
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Skidmore-Tynan Elementary School has again been named a “Title 1 Distinguished School” by the Texas Education Agency. S-T Elementary, along with Calallen East Elementary, George West Primary campus, Gregory-Portland Austin Elementary and Ricardo Elementary were the only schools in Region 2 to receive this recognition.

The Texas Education Agency’s Title I, Distinguished Schools prestigious designation recognizes schools that have consistently demonstrated strong academic performances over a three-year period. All of these Title I, Part A schools achieved the Academically Exemplary rating for the present school year and have a residing population of 40% or more low income students – as reported on NCLB Consolidated Application for Federal Funding.

Distinguished Performance Schools have achieved a minimum of a “Recognized” status for the two prior years. S-T Elementary carries an “Exemplary” rating.

Education Service Center, Region 2 will host a ceremony today (Wednesday) to honor S-T Elementary and other area schools which were awarded this prestigious honor.
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