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Board Goals

SAFETY

Anna ISD will:

  • Provide a positive and safe environment for ALL students and staff.
  • Improve and retain the strength of the Defender Program at each campus. 
  • Strive to meet all students' social-emotional experiences and needs by having an intervention professional at every campus by 2024.
  • Add licensed peace officers per 1,000 students.
  • Add a Helping Our Primary Excel (HOPE) room (Boys Town model) to each elementary campus by 2025 and to each elementary as built.

ACCOUNTABILITY

Anna ISD will:

  • Uphold or improve accountability ratings at each campus and for the district overall.
  • Increase the percentage of 3rd-grade students that "meets grade level" or above STAAR Reading from 53%-60% by June 2024.
  • Increase the percentage of 3rd-grade students that "meets grade level" or above on STAAR Math from 41%-60% by June 2024.
  • Increase the percentage of graduates that meet the criteria for CCMR from 82%-92% by August 2024.

COYOTE CULTURE

Anna ISD will:

  • Provide a positive and safe environment for ALL students and staff.
  • Preserve traditions while enhancing the overall culture of the district.
  • Promote an increase in student participation in all offered extracurricular programs.
  • Establish a “Walls of Honor” in the new administration building for exceptional student or team achievement in extracurricular programs.
  • Recruit, employ, develop, and retain quality teaching staff and reduce teacher turnover to 17.6% by August 2024.

COMMUNITY 

Anna ISD will:

  • Champion a supportive relationship with the community dedicated to achieving our district goals and the utilization of effective communication.
  • Enhance and continue the working relationship with the City of Anna and all community leaders.
  • Actively engage and involve parents by establishing baseline participation goals through activities such as “Coyote Crossing,” PTA/Booster Club memberships, and event attendance.
  • Increase opportunities to develop positive and effective two-way communication between families and schools to support student's academic achievement. Examples: Parent/Teacher conferences, Math/Reading Night, Gifted and Talented Advisory, AP/Dual Credit Night, and College Readiness Night.