Crowley ISD has received an “above standard” rating in the most recent Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST).
2021 Accountability Rating
Not Rated – Declared State of Disaster
All public-school districts and campuses in Texas receive yearly accountability ratings. Ratings are based on state standardized tests, graduation rates, and college, career and military readiness. Please visit the Texas Education Agency Website for more information regarding the state accountability system.
District of Innovation Plan
The district is considering a possible amendment to its innovation plan in order to offer an alternative health insurance plan to employees.
Required Internet Postings
View a list of the required internet postings.
School Board Meetings
Crowley ISD values open, effective, and timely communication with all District stakeholders. From the student/staff recognitions to important decisions made by our Trustees, it will all be included in a quick, easy-to-read summary of each regular meeting that will be posted online within two school days of each meeting.
Title IX Rules and Regulations
Crowley ISD’s Title IX administrators have attended Eichelbaum Wardell Hansen Powell & Muñoz P.C.’s “New Title IX Rules and Regulations” series.
Public Notice of Intent to Apply
Crowley ISD intends to apply for federal grant funding for the 2021-2022 school year within the following grant programs: ESEA, IDEA and Perkins. CISD may apply for additional federal funding opportunities as they become available.
Adopted 2021 Tax Rate
Texas Tax Code section 26.05(b)(2) requires the District to post the following statement: The Crowley Independent School District adopted a Tax Rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's Tax Rate. The Tax Rate will effectively be lowered by 3.62% and will lower taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100.000 home by approximately $55.70.