This is one of four rankings a district can earn from the Texas Education Agency’s (TEA) School FIRST system.
The District has earned a “Superior” rating since the start of the state’s financial accountability system.
Assistant Superintendent of Finance Dr. Tamika Alford-Stephens presented the TEA report at the regular meeting of the AISD Board of Trustees in November.
TEA developed School FIRST in response to state legislation. The primary goal is to achieve quality performance in the management of resources.
Ratings were based on the 2015-2016 fiscal year. Aldine ISD passed all 15 indicators measured and received an “A” for superior rating.
“The scoring was more stringent than in years past,” said Alford-Stephens. “And there were more points required to achieve a rating of ‘Superior.’ Despite that, the District was able to earn top marks.
“I am proud of the work done by the staff to ensure that taxpayer dollars are appropriately accounted for and reported accurately.”
Each Texas school district prepares an annual financial accountability report for School FIRST.
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