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Clover Park School District Assessments and Data At A Glance 2017-2018

Assessment(What) Who/When Why(Purpose) How Website Questions?Contact
District Assessments

Assessment Department

Yolanda Haskins x5055

Amanda Wiedemann  x5053

Brian Gablele x5052

Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills
All 2nd grade students
Assess early literacy and reading skills to identify students who may be at risk for reading difficulties Individual Paper/Pencil Overview:
Data System:
STAR Grades K-1 students
Fall, Winter, Spring
Diagnose a student’s instructional level , progress monitor, determine instructional interventions. Group Computerized Adaptive Testing Overview:

Measures of Academic Progress
(G 2-8: Reading/Math)
(G 9-12 Sped/Lap new to district)
3rd - 9th grade
Fall, Winter, Spring
Grades 10-12 SPED & LAP
Fall, Spring only
Diagnose a student's instructional level, and which areas to focus on for academic growth Group Computerized Adaptive Testing


MARC Site:

MSTC Site: use lock down browser

State Assessments
Smarter Balanced Summative-ELA and Math 3-8 & High School
Grades 3-8: May 7-June 1
High School: March 28-April 13
State required exams for ESSA and/or high school graduation requirements Group Computerized Adaptive & Non Adaptive Testing WCAP Portal
Smarter Balanced State Interim Assessment Blocks ELA & Math Grades 3-8
& High School
October 2017- May 2018
Evaluate student learning of Common Core ELA and math standards Group Computerized Fixed Form Testing WCAP Portal
WaKIDS All Kindergarten students enrolled in full-day K program
Sept 18- Oct 24
State required exam Individual Public:
End of Course 12th grade students may test in Algebra and/or Geometry
February and May
State required exams for high school graduation requirements Group Paper/Pencil OSPI EDS - WAMS
(Admin Only - Query, CAA/CIA):
English Language Proficiency Assessment
Grades K-8: March 12-30
Grades 9-12: March 5-23
State required exams for ELL Bilingual Students. It is used to determine continued eligibility in the ELL program Hybrid: Computerized and Paper/Pencil Public:
Career & College Readiness
PSAT/NMSQT Open to all Juniors
October 11, 2016
Career & College Readiness Assessment
National Merit Qualifying Assessment
Group Paper/Pencil Public:
ACT Twelfth grade students that have not met the Washington State Assessment requirements for graduation.
October 3, 2017 and October 17, 2017
College readiness and alternative assessments for high school graduation requirements Group Paper/Pencil Public:
Advanced Placement (AP) Offered to all High School students enrolled in an AP Course.
May 7 - 18, 2018
Develop college level skills, increase college interest in students, increases scholarship eligibility, and may save money on college courses. Individual Paper/Pencil Overview: