Asotin-Anatone School District

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Washington State Assessments
Measuring of Student Progress (MSP)
Smarter Balance (SBAC)
High School Proficiency Exams (HSPE)
End of Course (EOC)
 
Washington State has had their assessment programs approved for technical quality by the U.S. Department of Education in compliance of the Federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.
 
The Smarter Balance Assessment (SBAC) has been adopted statewide for students during the 2014-15 school year.
 
State Tests Include:
  • Smarter Balanced (SBAC)-English language arts (ELA) and Math for grades 3-8 and 11.
  • Measurements of Student Progress (MSP)-Science for grades 5 and 8.
  • High School Proficiency Exams (HSPE)-Reading and writing tests through class of 2016.
  • End-of-Course (EOC)-Math and biology tests as they complete algebra 1/integrated math 1, geometry/integrated math 2, and biology.
  • WA-AIM-ELA, math and science alternate assessments for students with significant cognitive challenges documented in their Individualized Education Program (IEP).
 
Grades 3-8
 
Tests Required for Federal Accountability
Grades Subject Test
3-8 ELA Smarter Balanced or WA-AIM
Math
5 & 8 Science MSP or WA-AIM
 
 
 High School
 
 
Tests Required for Federal Accountability
Grades Subject Test
11 ELA Smarter Balanced or WA-AIM
Math
Science WA-AIM
10 Science Biology EOC
 
 
 Graduation Requirements
 
Tests Required for Graduation
Class of Subject Test
2015 ELA Choose 1:
  • Reading AND Writing HSPE*
  • ELA Washington Alternate Assessment System (WAAS) Portfolio
Math Choose 1:
  • Algebra 1/Integrated Math 1 EOC exam
  • Geometry/Integrated Math 2 EOC exam
  • Math Washington Alternate Assessment System (WAAS) Portfolio
2016 ELA Choose 1:
Math Choose 1:
2017 & 2018 ELA Choose 1:
Math Choose 1:
Science Choose 1:
2019 ELA Choose 1:
Math Choose 1:
Science Choose 1:
 
* Reading and Writing HSPEs will be available to 12th graders who have not met their graduation requirements in fall 2015 and spring 2016.
 
ATTENTION CLASSES OF 2016 THROUGH 2018: If a student meets or exceeds the college- and career-ready threshold score on the Smarter Balanced ELA test as a 10th grader, he or she will not have to take that test in 11th grade. 
 
 
More information about these assessments may be found on the OSPI Website:
 
 
For our testing dates please refer to our school calendars.
 
Last Modified on February 14, 2017
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