State Testing Results Will Soon Be Released
Results of your student’s performance on the new computer-based tests will soon be released. These are the tests our students took this past spring, replacing the old STAR tests. The scores you’ll be receiving will tell you how your child is doing under Common Core, the updated learning standards for math and English language arts.
We’ll send your child’s results in a Student Score Report. Students will receive an overall score for each subject, ranging from 2,000 to 3,000. This score shows if students met, did not meet or exceeded expectations for their grade. The second page of the report includes a further breakdown of that score, providing individualized information on your child’s academic strengths and potential challenges. The new assessments are fundamentally different from the old tests, so you shouldn’t try to compare these results with your child’s previous scores— they’re measuring different things.
These results are a starting place for a detailed record of your child’s academic progress, which will help you, and our school, give them the support they need to succeed. The California Department of Education has released a short video explaining the Score Reports, in English and in Spanish.
Please click on the Parent Resources tab for more information about Common Core state standards and Smarter Balanced assessments.
Test Results Will Be Reported In Early September
Test results will be reported in early September. Individual student score reports will be mailed home to parents to provide detailed information about their child's performance on the new computer-based tests in English language arts/literacy and mathematics, which replaced the former paper-based exams for students in grades 3-8 and 11. The video explains the information that will be provided on the new Student Score Report. Students will be bringing home more information about the state testing results when school starts. (Spanish: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZPqZeHXs6k)