Berkman

Berkman Arts Integration Academy
400 W. Anderson Ave
Round Rock, TX 78664

Phone: 512-464-8250
Fax: 512-464-8315
Principal, Kathy Cawthron

Hours: 7:40 a.m. – 2:55 p.m.
Colors: Blue & Yellow
Mascot: Bees
Grades: PreK-5

Feeder Pattern

Each student’s feeder pattern is determined by his or her home address. To find out which schools your student will attend, use our Interactive School Boundaries Map.

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2015-16 STAAR Passing Rates

  • 3rd Grade Reading – 64% 64%
  • 3rd Grade Math – 69% 69%
  • 4th Grade Reading – 55% 55%
  • 4th Grade Math – 59% 59%
  • 4th Grade Writing – 41% 41%
  • 5th Grade Reading – 77% 77%
  • 5th Grade Math – 93% 93%
  • 5th Grade Science – 71% 71%
Performance Indicators
  • School Report Card
  • Campus Improvement Plan
  • Climate Surveys
  • TX Academic Performance Report
  • Adequate Yearly Progress
  • Accountability Summary
  • Distinction Designation Summary
  • HB 5 Performance Ratings
    Performance Indicators website

2015-16 Student Demographics

  • African American – 14.7% 14.7%
  • Hispanic – 67.9% 67.9%
  • White – 13.7% 13.7%
  • Native American – 0.0% 0.0%
  • Asian – 0.8% 0.8%
  • Pacific Islander – 0.2% 0.2%
  • Two or more races – 2.8% 2.8%

Student Enrollment by program

  • Bilingual/ESL – 40.3% 40.3%
  • Economically Disadvantaged – 84.3% 84.3%
  • English Language Learners – 40.1% 40.1%
  • Gifted and Talented – 2.8% 2.8%
  • Special Education – 10.1% 10.1%

Enrollment

2016 Accountability Rating

Met Standard

Distinction Designations

Academic Achievement in Science

Mission

The students at Berkman will achieve academic excellence based on state standards with consistent monitoring and interventions while developing social and emotional growth.

Vision

Berkman is committed to nurturing personal, social, and academic excellence in a safe, supportive environment where individual differences and respect for the rights of others guide school and community behavior.

History

On July 19, 1958 voters approved a bond election for $150,000 to construct a new elementary school. The 12-classroom school opened in September 1959 as Central Elementary School, replacing the original 1914 structure. The school is now Berkman Arts Integration Academy and is named for Claude Berkman a former teacher and principal of the school.