By Tony Farkas
TRINITY — The Trinity ISD has shown improvement is most academic areas, according to the recently released Texas Academic Performance Reports.
The Trinity School Board discussed the report in a public hearing on Feb. 28.
Superintendent John Kaufman said that compared to 2019 numbers, there’s been significant improvement in most areas.
“We’ve progressed in almost everything, perhaps 95 percent of the areas analyzed,” he said. Good report, and very good for us. Those numbers 2 years old, and we’ve improved, so we’re excited as t where we’re going.
Kaufman did say the districts CTE numbers are not as high, but adding more courses will help improve those figures.
Prior to the meeting, the board recognized the Junior High School UIL academic team members, who became district champs for the second year in a row.
Kaufman said the students competed with all schools in district, and won by more than 200 points.
In other business, the board:
• approved an agreement with Texas Kids First Insurance, which is a supplemental insurance normally for any kids participating in UIL activities. Kaufman said it’s now open for all students;
• moved march payroll date to the 23rd;
• approved 2022-23 school calendar; and
• approved the Trinity Middle School Beta Club to travel to nationals in Nashville.