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Name of AssessmentAssessment Type (Local or State)Administered byAdministration Method: Small Group (S); Individuall (I); Whole Group (W)MeasuresUsed for:Administration scheduleLength of AssessmentMethod of DeliveryHow/When Results are Shared with Parents
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Mississippi Dyslexia ScreenerLocalInterventionistISigns of DyslexiaDyslexia Screening K-1Grades K & 1 Fall/SpringApproximately 20 minutesPencil & PaperSpring, Sent home
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Observation SurveyLocalInterventionistIELAReading Recovery IdentificationGrade 1 Fall/SpringApproximately 30 minutesPencil & PaperFall Conferences
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Spelling InventoryLocalInterventionistWSpellingRTIFall and SpringApproximately 20 minutesPaper & PencilFall Conferences
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F & P BenchmarkLocalInterventionistS, I, WReadingRTI, Progress monitoringGrades 1 - 8 Fall/SpringApproximately 20 minutesPencil & PaperFall Conferences
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NWEA ReadingLocalAll teachers K-8S, I, WELA-Reading (informational and literary) and VocabularyBenchmark, RTI, Progress MonitoringGradesK-8 Fall/SpringApproximately 30 minutesOnlineFall Conferences
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NWEA Language 2-12LocalAll teachers 2-8S, I, WELA-writing and languageBenchmark, RTI, Progress MonitoringGrades 2-8 Fall/SpringApproximately 30 minutesOnlineFall Conferences
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NWEA MathLocalAll teachers K-8S, I, WMathBenchmark, RTI, Progress MonitoringGrades K-8 Fall/Spring (Sometimes in winter for progress monitoring)Approximately 30 minutesOnlineFall Conferences
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NWEA ScienceLocalAll teachers 3-8S, I, WGeneral Science knowledgeBenchmark, RTI, Progress MonitoringGrades 2-8 Fall/SpringApproximately 30 minutesOnlineFall Conferences
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MEA Writing & LanguageStateAll teachers 3-8S, I, WWriting & LanguageState Mandated Achievement Grades 3-8 March/April2-sessions approx. 35 minutes eachOnlineMailed home when released by DOE
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MEA ReadingStateAll teachers 3-8S, I, WReadingState Mandated Achievement Grades 3-8 March/April2-sessions approx. 80 minutes eachOnlineMailed home when released by DOE
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MEA MathStateAll teachers 3-8S, I, WMathState Mandated Achievement Grades 3-8 March/April2-sessions approx. 75 minutes eachOnlineMailed home when released by DOE
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MEA ScienceStateGrades 5 and 8S, I, WGeneral Science knowledgeState Mandated Achievement Grades 5 & 8 April/May2-sessions approximately 35 mintues eachPaper & PencilMailed home when released by DOE
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MSAA StateSpecial Education StaffIAlternate Math, ELA/Literacy as determined by IEP TeamState Mandated Achievement Students with significant cognitive disabilities in grades 3-8 March/AprilBegin in December of the school year and mail out in the Spring according to DOE timelines. Gives time for multiple assessments.Paper and Pencil PortfolioMailed home when released by DOE
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PAAP - Alternate ScienceStateSpecial Education StaffIAlternate Science as determined by IEP TeamState Mandated Achievement Students with significant cognitive disabilities in grades 3-8 March/AprilBegin in December of the school year and mail out in the Spring according to DOE timelines. Gives time for multiple assessments.Paper and Pencil PortfolioMailed home when released by DOE
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WIDA ACCESS for ELLsStateSpecial Education StaffIEnglish learners language aquisitionState Mandated ELL IdentificationJanuary/FebruaryKindergarten - Paper; Online grades 1-8Mailed directly home when recieved
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WIDA Alternate ACCESS for ELLsStateSpecial Education StaffIEnglish learners language aquisitionState Mandated ELL Identification for English learners in grades 1-8 with significant cognitive disabilitiesJanuary/FebruaryPaper/PencilMailed directly home when recieved
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Easy CBMLocalSpecial Education StaffS, I, WReading & MathRTI, Peer Groupingas needed15-20 minutesPaper/Pencil or onlineas part of IEP Progress Reports
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DRA2LocalSpecial Education StaffIReading, Writing about Reading, and VocabularyRTI, progress monitoringas needed15-20 minutesPaper and Pencilas part of IEP Progress Reports
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F & P BenchmarkLocalSpecial Education StaffIReading, Writing about Reading, and VocabularyRTI, progress monitoringevery 6-12 weeks15-20 minutesPaper and Pencilas part of IEP Progress Reports
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Next Step Guided ReadingLocalSpecial Education StaffS, I, WReading, VocabularyRTI, progress monitoringas needed10-15 minutesPaper and Pencilas part of IEP Progress Reports
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Qualitative Reading InventoryLocalSpecial Education StaffIReadingRTI, progress monitoringas needed10-15 minutesPaper and Pencilas part of IEP Progress Reports
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Developmental Spelling Assessment (Ganske)LocalSpecial Education StaffWSpellingRTI, Progress monitoring, IEP goal settingevery 6-12 weeks10-15 minutesPaper and Pencilas part of IEP Progress Reports
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Key MathLocalSpecial Education StaffIMathStudents with significant cognitive disabilitiesas needed for lowest cognitive students10-15 minutes per strandPaper and Pencilas part of IEP Progress Reports
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Saxon Math Placement TestLocalSpecial Education StaffS, I, WMathRTI, Progress monitoring, IEP goal settingas needed10-15 minutesPencil & Paperas part of IEP Progress Reports
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Wilson Assessment of Decoding and Encoding (WADE)LocalSpecial Education StaffIReadingRTI, progress monitoringFall/Spring for students using Wilson Reading System20-25 minutesPaper and Pencilshared with parents at annual IEP meeting
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WISTLocalSpecial Education StaffIReading regular and irregular words, letter/sound combinations, phonemic awareness, spelling regular and irregular wordsRTI, progress monitoringFall/Spring for students using Wilson Reading System30-35 minutespaper and pencilshared with parents at annual IEP meeting
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Test of Silent Word Reading FluencyLocalSpecial Education StaffIReading, word recognitionRTI, progress monitoringas needed10-15 minutespaper and pencilas part of IEP progress reports
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TS GoldLocalClassroom TeacherAll
Development and Learning
ongoing assessment
ongoing all yearvariesonline portfolioIndividual child report, IEP if needed
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