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Quest for 'Que brings smoke to BHS

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Quest High School Quest for 'Que teammates Tanner Baker (left) and Parker Fisher work together to ensure the best cuts of brisket are offered for judges at turn-in during the State of Texas High School BBQ Cook Off held Saturday, May 4 at Burnet High School. The team went on to place 7th in the ribs category and made the final table in chicken.


TEA announces accountability ratings for BCISD for 2016

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) released 2016 campus and district ratings as part of the state accountability system, including those for the Burnet Consolidated Independent School District (BCISD).

Campuses and districts can be rated as Met Standard or Improvement Required and the district as a whole rated as Met Standard, as well as Shady Grove and RJ Richey Elementary Schools, Burnet Middle School and Burnet High School, where a special exception was noted.

The only local campus receiving that lesser rating was Quest Alternative High School, which needs to meet two more of the four index targets—student achievement and closing performance gaps.

Burnet High School received the rating of Met Standard with a TEA caveat, as “the result of special processing of results affected by online testing issues that occurred in spring 2016.”

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