Testing & PerformanceStudents take a variety of tests throughout the school year. Someare required by the state and the district, others are required tosample student performance across the country, and some are voluntary.The purpose of these tests is to make sure students are on the righttrack, meeting state academic standards and performing at least as wellas their peers across the country. Read more.
Nationally Mandated Testing
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), grade 4.
State Mandated Testing
State Testing and Reporting (STAR) includes the California Achievement Test, Sixth Edition (CAT/6) and the California Standards Test (CST) for grades 2-5. These test reading, language, math and spelling skills and writing assessment. The results are used to report the school's Academic Performance Index (API).
District Mandated Testing
Includes the Stanford Diagnostic Reading Test (SDRT) and the Analytic Reading Inventory (ARI) for grades 4 & 5 and the Developmental Reading Assessment (DRA) for grades K-3. Fifth graders are also given a mathematics exit exam used for placement at the middle school level.
Special Education Testing
Parents may request that a district psychologist and resource specialist evaluate their children for learning disabilities. Requests are to be made to the principal. An Instructional Study Team (IST) will meet with the parent or guardian to determine the appropriateness of the request.
- California Standards Test (CST) Results
- Results for the California Achievement Test, Sixth Edition
- School Accountability Report Card (SARC)