No Child Left Behind Report Card for 2007-2008

Lackland Independent School District
2460 Kenly Avenue, Bldg 8265
Lackland AFB, Texas 78236
San Antonio , Texas 78236-1244

David F. Splitek, Ph.D.

Office: 210-357-5002
Fax: 210-357-5050

March 30, 2009

Dear Parents and Guardians:

We are sharing the enclosed information about our school district and Lackland
Elementary School as part of a requirement under the federal No Child Left
Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001. We receive approximately $50,000 per year
through NCLB and spend it at our elementary school which adds this new

Most of this information has been available on our district website for several years.
We now include other required information as well. Click on each link to view the

· Link 1: Elementary Secondary Assessment results for LISD and Lackland
  Elementary School disaggregated by race/ethnicity, gender, disability status,
  migrant status, English proficiency, and economically disadvantaged showing
  two-year (2006-2007and 2007-2008) trend data for each subject and grade

o   By performance level,

o   With a comparison between annual objectives and actual performance for
each student group, and

o   Including the percentage of each group not tested

· Link 1 Graduation rates for secondary students.

· Link 2 Elementary Secondary Performance of LISD and our two schools on
the NCLB Adequate yearly progress measures.

· Link  3 Elementary Secondary Professional qualifications of teachers for
LISD and our two schools, including the percentage of teachers teaching
with emergency or provisional credentials and the percentage of classes in
our district and schools that are not taught by highly qualified teachers.

If you have difficulty accessing the information from our website hard copies of
the reports are available at the district office or at Lackland Elementary School.
If you have questions about the information please contact Dr. David Splitek,
Superintendent at or 210-357-5002


David F. Splitek

Prov iding world class instructional programs that promote lifetime success for the military child.