Stafford MSD earns a "B" from the TEA

For the third straight year, Stafford Municipal School District received a “B” Grade from the Texas Education Agency. All of our campuses met the TEA Accountability Standard.

While the District applauds the grade, it will not be satisfied until it receives an “A” Grade.

Efforts are currently underway for Stafford MSD to strive toward an “A.”

Newly-hired Stafford MSD Chief Academic Officer Dr. Kadir Almus said he and his staff are “working with campus leaders and teachers for the specific goals for each campus and implementing a comprehensive student support system to ensure the success of all students through high quality instruction and interventions.

“With teamwork, I’m confident that our performance will increase,” Almus said. “We are working diligently and systemically.”

Three of the four Stafford MSD campuses received a distinction from Academic Achievement in Math – something that SMSD Chief Innovation and Operations Officer Marva Rasberry attributes to hard work on the part of teachers and students, as well as the emphasis on the implementation of the district-wide Math Initiative, P.I.N.

Both Stafford Intermediate School and Stafford Middle School received distinctions for “Comparative Closing the Gap” academically.

Here are the Academic Distinctions for the campuses:


Academic Achievement in Math


Academic Achievement in ELAR

Academic Achievement in Math

Comparative Academic Growth

Comparative Closing The Gap


Academic Achievement in Math

Academic Achievement in Social Studies

Comparative Closing The Gap
Postsecondary Readiness