Texas School Ratings
Home FAQ

Robert E Lee Elementary
300 S Monroe ST
Eagle Pass, Tx 78852-5199

State Rating: Recognized
Gold Performance Acknowledgments:
  • Commended on Mathematics
  • Commended on Science
Demographic Information:
  • Gifted program students: 7.3%
  • Vocational Education Program students: 0%
  • English learners: 61.6%
  • Special Education Program students: 5.6%
  • Bilingual Program students: 59.3%
  • Economically Disadvantaged students: 100%
  • At Risk Students: 71%
Student Ethnicity:
American Indian

Median Home Price (Zindex) for zip code 78852-5199:

Related/Nearby Schools:
Armando Cerna Elementary rating: Recognized (Eagle Pass)
Benavides Heights Elementary rating: Academically Acceptable (Eagle Pass)
C C Winn High School rating: Academically Acceptable (Eagle Pass)
Daep rating: Not Rated (Eagle Pass)
Dena Kelso Graves Elementary rating: Exemplary (Eagle Pass)
Eagle Pass High School rating: Academically Acceptable (Eagle Pass)
Eagle Pass Junior High rating: Recognized (Eagle Pass)
Early Childhood Center rating: Not Rated (Eagle Pass)
Henry B Gonzalez Elementary rating: Recognized (Eagle Pass)
Kennedy Elementary rating: Not Rated (Eagle Pass)
Language Development Center rating: Not Rated (Eagle Pass)
Liberty Elementary rating: Exemplary (Eagle Pass)
Maude Mae Kirchner Elementary rating: Exemplary (Quemado)
Memorial Junior High rating: Academically Acceptable (Eagle Pass)
Nellie Mae Glass Elementary rating: Exemplary (Eagle Pass)
Perfecto Mancha Elementary rating: Recognized (Eagle Pass)
Pete Gallego Elementary rating: Recognized (Eagle Pass)
Ray H Darr Elementary rating: Recognized (Eagle Pass)
Rosita Valley Elementary rating: Recognized (Eagle Pass)
Rosita Valley Literacy Academy rating: Recognized (Eagle Pass)
Sam Houston Elementary rating: Recognized (Eagle Pass)
San Luis Elementary rating: Recognized (Eagle Pass)
Seco Mines Elementary rating: Recognized (Eagle Pass)

  1. The rating is from the Texas Education Agency's Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) 2010-2011 Learn more here
  2. The AEIS ratings categories are: Exemplary, Recognized, Academically Acceptable, Academically Unacceptable, and Not Rated.
  3. For schools that have been rated, 15.6% were Exemplary, 35.9% were Recognized, 41.7% were Academically Acceptable, and 6.7% were Academically Unacceptable.
  4. To learn about requirements for each rating category, see: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/perfreport/account/2011/manual/table8.pdf
  5. For the 2011 TEA Accountability manual, see: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/perfreport/account/2011/manual/index.html

©2013 Texas School Ratings - Ratings on 8015 Texas Schools About this Site
terms of use     Feedback: