Region 6 Montgomery ISD

Located in Montgomery, Texas, Montgomery ISD encompasses 231.1 square miles with 8 schools, instructing over 7,900 students. All schools in Montgomery ISD has achieved an accountability rating of “Met Standards” from the Texas Education Agency, for student achievement, student progress, closing performance gaps, and post secondary readiness. Their mission statement states, “Montgomery Independent School District, with an unyielding commitment to excellence, will provide a premier academic program that recognizes the unique potential of each student and integrates the intellectual, social, cultural and physical aspects of learning. This will empower each student to become an eager lifelong learner committed to academic excellence, integrity, responsible citizenship and service to others.”


Among the student population there are 80.8% of students of Anglo background; 12.5% Hispanic; 3.3% African American; 3.4% other. On their college entrance exams, Montgomery ISD students have scored above the state averages (SAT: 1437 ACT: 20.5), scoring a 1526 average on the SAT and an average of 23.2 on the ACT exam.


The district’s teaching staff is about 476, with an average teaching experience of 13.75 years. The student teacher ratio for the district is around 17:1. The average teaching salary for the 2013-2014 school year was $54,806. They provide beginning teachers a First-Year Buddy/Mentor Program as a support system to help them and guide them during their first year as a teacher.


Montgomery ISD has a variety of programs that will allow students to flourish in schools, in the community, and in their post secondary lives. They have athletic and fine arts programs to challenge and nurture their athletic and creative skills. They also have Career & Technology and dual credit programs, where students can explore possible college majors and /or industry interests, and also earn college credit while in high school. The career pathways offered include

  • Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
  • Arts, Audio Video Technology & Communications and Fashion Design
  • Business, Marketing & Finance
  • Education, Hospitality & Tourism and Human Services
  • Health, Science & Athletic Training
  • Government, Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security and JROTC


Montgomery ISD has invested in a Technology Department that manages the network, software, and other technology that students, teachers, and staff can use. All students are issued a domain account with network storage. Depending on the campus, students can use and connect their own personal devices to the district wireless network, as a learning tool. Classrooms are stocked with 21st Century instructional technology to make lesson more interactive and appealing. In addition, students can work as a year round student intern or work the summer work program, both which are supported by the Technology Department.

Web-Centric ACP

If you are interested in working as a teacher for Montgomery ISD, the Web Centric Alternative Certification Program can help you obtain your Texas teacher certification. With its convenient online format, you will be able to complete the program at your own set pace. By the time you finish the program, you’ll have the tools you need to become a successful classroom teacher.

To qualify for the online program, you must have a minimum of 2.50 overall GPA or a 2.50 GPA in your last 60 hours of college coursework.

Montgomery ISD’s mission is to cater to and inspire all of their students, and make sure they are ready for post secondary life. If your teaching goals align with Montgomery’s mission, then you should look into your future as a teacher in Montgomery ISD. Visit the district’s site at to learn more about the district, the schools, and the community. 

Located in Livingston, TX, Livingston ISD educates over 4,100 students and employs over 600 members of staff and faculty. Although located in a small town, Livingston ISD still continues to grow. They have opened a new high school in 2011 and have recently renovated their intermediate campus, their Florence Crosby Auditorium, and one of their elementary campuses. Livingston ISD consists of 3 elementary campuses, 1 intermediate campus, 1 junior high school, 1 high school, and 1 alternative program. All schools within the district have achieved a rating of “Met Standards” by the Texas Education Agency. Their high school has been recognized for academic achievement in mathematics, and their elementary school for reading/ English language arts.


The district has seen some improvement in their STAAR Performance percentages compared to 2012, specifically in math, science, and social studies. They have also seen improvement in their End of Course performances in all subject fields.

College and Career Readiness

As of 2012, their graduation rate was at a 94%, with a dropout rate of 0.8%. Around 79.7% of students in the class of 2012 graduated with the Recommended High School Program/DAP. Additionally, 58% of students graduated as college-ready graduates.

Livingston ISD’s Career and Technology Education program molds students’ mindset and skills so that they are ready for their chosen career path and/or collegiate choice. LISD starts career preparation at the Pre-K grade level, so students are more than ready for the 21st century and the changes it consistently goes through.

The CTE offers courses and certificates in a variety of career cluster such as:

  • Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
  • Arts, A/V Technology and Communications
  • Finance
  • Architecture & Construction
  • Health Science
  • Marketing
  • Transportation, Distribution, & Logics
  • Law, Public Safety, Corrections, & Security and more


The salaries of teachers in Livingston ISD range around $38,000-$52,589. You can earn a stipend if you have an advanced degree, such as a master’s, or you have obtained additional certification such as a bilingual, secondary foreign language, secondary science, or a secondary math certification. The average years of experience of teachers within the district are 11.0 years. There are about 270 teachers on staff. The average classroom size for a teacher at LISD is about 15 students.

Parental Involvement

Livingston ISD keeps parents involved and informed on their child’s educational progress through txConnect. TxConnect is a grade portal that allows parents/ guardians to keep track of their child’s grades, attendance, discipline, assessments, and immunizations.


Livingston Independent School District employs teachers who will contribute to the growing success of the district and its students. LISD would be an amazing district for an inspiring teacher to start their teaching career.

If you are in your last year of school or have already graduated, our program is a fast paced online program that you can complete around your schedule and at your own pace.

Livingston Independent School District continues to evolve and change for the benefit of their students’ education and personal growth. They consistently look for resources and programs to better the teaching experience of their teachers and the educational experience of their students. Visit the district website at to learn more about the district, its schools, and the educational community.