Assessment Plan 2016-2017
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2016-2017 Calendar of Required Wallingford Public School Assessments
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Benchmark Assessments/Universal Screening for ALL STUDENTS to be administered by classroom teachers as per schedule set forth by building administrator
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STAR Early Literacy STAR Reading STAR MathK-5, 9-12
Fall: completed by Sept. 30th
ImmediatelyXapproximately 20 minutes from start to finish with logging in, taking the test and logging outBenchmarking - comparison to CT Core Standards Setting Teacher SLO's Determining At Risk StudentsTesting is done via the computer . Students will need headphones as part of this process Identification of what a student can do related to CT Core Standards
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Winter: Dec. 1st-Dec. 22nd
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Late Winter: March 1-March 31st
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Spring: May 1st - June 1st
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6-8Fall: completed by Sept. 30th
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Late Fall: Nov.14-Nov.30th
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Winter: February 1-28
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Spring: May 1st-May 31st
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ONGOING READING ASSESSMENTS - (administered by classroom teachers, special educators and interventionists)
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IRLA: vocabulary screener, phonics screener, Cold Read ComprehensionK-8*K-8 by October 3rd - ongoing thereafter; conference with each student at least once every two weeks *SchoolPace student data entered and updated at least once a monthImmediatelyX10 minutes vocabulary 10 minutes phonics 10-20 minutes Cold ReadInstructional Level Placement Determine student's reading miscues Plan for instruction Setting of power goals Knowledge of students academic vocabulary performanceTesting can be done in segments Best practice is to update student data in SchoolPace as you get new information on students
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State and Federal Testing: schedules to be determined by building administrator in collaboration with Curriculum Office
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SBAC EOY Literacy and MathGr. 3-8, (Math and ELA)Testing Window: March 27, 2017 - May 26, 2017August 2017Xapproximately 4 hours for all grade levelsAchievement of State StandardsTesting is done via computer; student testing is adaptive to student's performance
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SATGrade 11April 5, 2017 Makeup Dates: April 25 & 26, 2017online
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CMT ScienceGr. 5 & 8Testing Window: March 27, 2017 - April 28, 2017August 2017XX2 hoursAchievement of Science Standardsonline - NEW
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CAPT ScienceGr. 10Testing Window: March 27, 2017 - April 28, 2017August 2017XX2 hoursAchievement of Science Standards Meeting Graduation Requirementsonline - NEW
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LAS Links
K-12 ELL Students
January 20-February 20, 2017
Late MarchXvariespaper and pencil administration
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OLSATGrades 3-8TBA - January/Februaryvaries
paper and pencil (gr. 3) online all others
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Performance Tasks/Formative Assessments
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Unit Performance TasksK-5 (all subjects)as per pacing guide by subject/grade level and/or end of unit upon completion and entering into PowerSchoolXvariesStudent performance will be used to inform instruction and determine mastery of Learning Targets. Data team & PLG meeting discussion on strategies to lead to student achievement
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SAG High SchoolTBAupon completion of scoring XXvariesMakeup for failed CAPT sections that are required for graduation
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Progress Monitoring - conducted by Interventionists
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AimswebK-1 (ELA)
weekly for intervention students
ImmediatelyXX1 minute probes
Progress Monitoring Intervention Students
option if not using Star for Progress Monitoring
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Star Reading & MathK-12
weekly for intervention students
ImmediatelyXX10 minutes per subject
Progress Monitoring Intervention Students
option for progress monitoring if not using Aimsweb
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