Accountability rating

Met standard

New Caney ISD: C

Total students

841

Avg. teacher experience

8.8 years

New Caney ISD: 8.9 years

Statewide: 10.9 years

Four-year graduation rate

N/A

New Caney ISD: 93.8%

Statewide: 89.7%

Woodridge Forest Middle School is a middle school or junior high school in Porter, TX, in the New Caney ISD school district. As of the 2017-2018 school year, it had 841 students. The school received an accountability rating of Met standard. 59% of students were considered at risk of dropping out of school. 18.7% of students were enrolled in bilingual and English language learning programs.

An average teacher's salary was $57,346, which is $4,012 more than the state average.

Contact information

Address

4540 Woodridge Pkwy
Porter, TX 77365

Office phone number

(281) 577-8600

Principal

Higher Ed Outcomes

Students in Woodridge Forest Middle School are part of the Texas Education Agency’s Region 06. Students who started eighth grade in 2007 in this region had a college graduation rate of 22.6 percent. View a more comprehensive breakdown of the higher education outcomes in Region 06.

Demographics

Ethnicity

Total students

841

African American

68 (8.1%)

New Caney ISD: 3.7%

Statewide: 12.6%

American Indian

3 (0.4%)

New Caney ISD: 0.2%

Statewide: 0.4%

Asian

41 (4.9%)

New Caney ISD: 1.9%

Statewide: 4.4%

Hispanic

448 (53.3%)

New Caney ISD: 58.2%

Statewide: 52.4%

Pacific Islander

0 (0%)

New Caney ISD: 0.2%

Statewide: 0.1%

White

264 (31.4%)

New Caney ISD: 33.7%

Statewide: 27.8%

Two or more races

17 (2%)

New Caney ISD: 2%

Statewide: 2.3%

African American

8.1%

American Indian

0.4%

Asian

4.9%

Hispanic

53.3%

Pacific Islander

N/A

White

31.4%

Two or more races

2.0%

Risk factors

A student is identified as being at risk of dropping out of school based on state-defined criteria. A student is defined as "economically disadvantaged" if he or she is eligible for free or reduced-price lunch or other public assistance.

At-risk students

59 %

New Caney ISD: 60.7%

Statewide: 50.8%

Economically disadvantaged

56 %

New Caney ISD: 62.3%

Statewide: 58.8%

Limited English proficiency

18.8 %

New Caney ISD: 29.1%

Statewide: 18.8%

At-risk students

59.0%

Econ. disadvantaged

56.0%

Limited Eng. proficiency

18.8%

Enrollment by program

A look at the percentage of students enrolled in certain programs offered at schools for the 2017-2018 school year. A student can be enrolled in more than one program.

Bilingual/ESL

18.7 %

New Caney ISD: 33.9%

Statewide: 18.9%

Career and Technical

20.3 %

New Caney ISD: 30.4%

Statewide: 25.8%

Gifted and Talented

8.6 %

New Caney ISD: 7.7%

Statewide: 7.9%

Special Education

8 %

New Caney ISD: 8.4%

Statewide: 9.1%

Bilingual/ESL

18.7%

Career and technical

20.3%

Gifted and talented

8.6%

Special education

8.0%

Academics

Accountability ratings

Texas assigns ratings to districts and campuses that designate their performance in relation to the state's accountability system. In 2017-18, Texas gave school districts with more than one campus a letter grade from A to F. The state did not give grades to campuses and instead gave them ratings based on the previous system, such as "met standard" or "improvement required." Some districts did not receive ratings for a variety of reasons, including being impacted by Hurricane Harvey, being annexed by another district, or having compromised data.

Overall

Met standard

New Caney ISD: C

Student achievement

N/A

New Caney ISD: C

School progress

N/A

New Caney ISD: C

Closing the gaps

N/A

New Caney ISD: C

The overall grades are based on three categories: student achievement (how well students perform academically), school progress (how well students perform over time and compared to students in similar schools) and closing the gaps (how well schools are boosting performance for subgroups such as students with special needs).

For a detailed explanation of this year’s accountability system, see the 2018 Accountability Manual.

Staff

Teacher ethnicities

These figures are expressed as a percentage of the total teacher full-time equivalent (FTE).

Total teacher FTEs

56.5

African American

3 (5.3%)

New Caney ISD: 4.2%

Statewide: 10.4%

American Indian

0 (0%)

New Caney ISD: 0.7%

Statewide: 0.3%

Asian

0 (0%)

New Caney ISD: 0.9%

Statewide: 1.6%

Hispanic

8.5 (15.1%)

New Caney ISD: 21.2%

Statewide: 27.2%

Pacific Islander

0 (0%)

New Caney ISD: 0.2%

Statewide: 0.4%

White

44.9 (79.6%)

New Caney ISD: 72%

Statewide: 58.9%

Two or more races

0 (0%)

New Caney ISD: 0.8%

Statewide: 1.1%

Highest degree held by teachers

These figures are expressed as a percentage of the total teacher full-time equivalent.

No degree

0 (0%)

New Caney ISD: 1.1%

Statewide: 1.4%

Bachelor's

49.5 (87.6%)

New Caney ISD: 77.2%

Statewide: 74.1%

Master's

6 (10.6%)

New Caney ISD: 20%

Statewide: 23.8%

Doctorate

1 (1.8%)

New Caney ISD: 1.7%

Statewide: 0.7%

Students per teacher

The total number of students divided by the total full-time equivalent count of teachers for 2017-2018.

Students per teacher

14.9

New Caney ISD: 14.9

Statewide: 15.1

Teacher experience

This figure for the 2017-2018 school year refers to tenure — the number of years a teacher has been employed in any district, whether or not there was an interruption in service.

Avg. teacher experience

8.8 years

New Caney ISD: 8.9 years

Statewide: 10.9 years

Teacher salaries

The average salaries listed here are for regular duties only and do not include supplemental pay. For teachers who also have nonteaching roles, only the portion of time and pay dedicated to classroom responsibilities is factored into the calculation.

Base average

$57,346

New Caney ISD: $57,419

Statewide: $53,334

Beginner

$54,008

New Caney ISD: $52,391

Statewide: $47,667

1 to 5 years

$55,965

New Caney ISD: $55,913

Statewide: $49,663

6 to 10 years

$56,409

New Caney ISD: $56,864

Statewide: $52,056

11 to 20 years

$59,151

New Caney ISD: $59,185

Statewide: $55,246

20+ years

$62,774

New Caney ISD: $64,385

Statewide: $61,428

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