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Assessment & Data

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Standardized and classroom assessments provide students, teachers, and parents with information about how well a student is learning essential knowledge and skills in reading, writing, mathematics, and science. Data from these assessments also help teachers and administrators identify students who would benefit from additional or different learning opportunities, improve classroom instruction for students, identify areas of focus for school and district improvement efforts, and monitor progress toward the district goal of increasing academic achievement for every student.

Parents can view student assessment results through the parent portal,ParentVUE

How to access test scores in ParentVUE - scroll to bottom question "Where can I find state and national tests that have been taken

What do my child’s ELA and Math scores mean?  For more information about assessments and scores, choose your child’s grade and test below.

Contact your child's school for questions regarding testing dates and test results.  

Grade Level Assessments

We invite you to learn more about the different assessments our students take by selecting one or more of the links below. Not all students will take all assessments listed. View each test for more information on which students may participate in the individual assessments.​

District-wide Assessments

aimswebPlus

aimswebPlus is a tool for teachers and educational teams in MTSS/RTI and special education contexts. aimswebPlus offers nationally-normed, skills-based benchmark assessments and progress monitoring integrated into one application across reading and math domains with additional add-on measures across dyslexia and behavior/social-emotional skills. aimswebPlus informs daily instruction and provides growth results to caregivers and district/state audiences in reading and math achievement using curriculum-based assessment and standards-aligned content for students in PreK through Grade 12. Additionally, aimswebPlus links to instructional resources to support growth in reading, writing, and math skills. aimswebPlus uncovers learning gaps quickly, identifies at-risk students, and assesses growth at the individual and group levels. 

English Language Proficiency Assessment (ELPA)

English Language Proficiency Assessments (ELPA) measure proficiency in English based on four areas: reading, writing, speaking, listening.

WHO TAKES ELPA?

All students identified as English Language Learners (ELL) must take ELPA, regardless of whether they have waived services.  A score of "Proficient" can exit a student from the ELL program.  Contact the Multilingual Department for more details.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Oregon Statewide Assessment System (OSAS)

In 2010, Oregon adopted higher K-12 standards in English Language Arts and Math to ensure all students move from grade to grade with the academic knowledge and skills necessary for success beyond high school. The state tests: challenge your child to think critically, go beyond multiple choice and ask your child to explain their answers, act as a snapshot of your child’s progress, and help us identify schools that need additional supports to ensure more students are meeting higher standards.

Oregon Statewide Assessment System (OSAS)