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The Texas Education Agency released its 2022 A-F Accountability Ratings for Texas schools on Monday, Aug. 15.

MISD and Muleshoe High School both received “A” ratings, Dillman and DeShazo raised their ratings to “C,” and Watson Junior High was also rated “C.”

“I am so proud of these administrators and teachers. I give them all the credit and honor them so much,” said Superintendent Dr. R.L. Richards.

An overall rating is awarded to each school and is then broken down into categories including Student Achievement, School Progress and Closing the Gaps. These are further broken down into STAAR Performance; College, Career, and Military Readiness; Graduation Rate; and Relative Performance in economically disadvantaged schools.

All MISD schools are identified as economically disadvantaged.

Watson and DeShazo were identified as needing Targeted Support and Improvement.

The 2022 A-F Accountability Ratings reports are available at

Gail M. Williams

Muleshoe Journal Correspondent


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