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Swain County Schools
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2018-2019
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State Mandated and Local Assessments
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Parents have the right to request and be provided with information regarding any state or local educational agency policy regarding student participation in any assessments mandated by the state or local educational agency.
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TestSubject Matter AssessedGradesAdministration DatesTest TimeAssessment TypePurposeReports Provided/Time Frame
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WIDA Screener Placement Test/W-APTLanguage ProficiencyAll GradesWithin 30 calendar days of enrollment at beginning of year, or within 14 days of enrollment if later in school year60 MinutesState MandatedDetermine qualification of ESL Services; baseline of English Language ProficiencyParents will be sent a letter to notify them of their student's score and qualification for ESL services
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mClass BOYELAK - 3First month of school1 Minute Probes for DIBELS Time as needed for TRCState MandatedDetermine a student's reading readiness and Reading level; opportunity to demonstrate ELA proficiency for Read to AchieveHome Connect letters are sent home after each testing period, Beginning of year, Middle of year, and End of year.
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Beginning of Grade 3 Reading Test (BOG3)ELAGrade 3Between 11th & 15th day of school90 MinutesState MandatedEstablishes a baseline for academic growth for ELA for 3rd students, schools, and teachers; opportunity to demonstrate ELA proficiency for Read to AchieveIndividual Student Report provided within 30 days of scoring - sent home or provided at parent/teacher conferences
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Group IQ testallGrade 4 and 7th Usually the first month of fourth grade90 minutesLocal assessmentAIG placementScores provided to all parents. ADditional placements, letter sent to parents by AIG
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CDM (Credit by Demonstrated Mastery) AssessmentsAny High School CourseGrades 9 - 12State determined (summer, fall & spring administrations)120 - 180 MinutesState MandatedOpportuntity for students to demonstrate mastery in a course and obtain course creditIndividual Student Report with status; provided within 5 days of scoring - sent home with students
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Read to Achieve Test AdministrationELATransitional 3rd Graders and 3rd Graders not successfully passing the EOG ELA/ReadingOctober, May/June, after summer reading camps160 MinutesState Mandated Opportunity for 4th grade transitional students to demonstrate ELA proficiency for Read to AchieveIndividual Student Report; provided within 30 days of scoring - sent home or provided at parent/teacher conferences
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PreACTELA, Math & ScienceGrade 10usually October or November150 MinutesState MandatedDiagnostic Practice test for ACTIndividual Score Reports are sent to the school approximately eight weeks after materials are returned to ACT. Reports and test books will be returned to students at that time.
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WorkKeys TestCareer ReadinessGrade 12 - Early Grads Only (CTE completers)December135 MinutesState MandatedState Accountability performance indicator that measures Career Readiness; students have an opportunity to earn a National Career Readiness CertificationStudents who receive a National Career Readiness Certification are provided a certificate. Individual scores are reported upon request
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End-of-Course Tests (Swain Middle and High School)ELA, Math & ScienceGrades 9 - 12Semester courses last 5 days; year long, last 10 days150 - 180 MinutesState MandatedProvides a measure of student proficiency for the course; provides an exam grade for the course, used in State Accountability for proficiency and academic growthIndividual Student Report; provided within 30 days of scoring - sent home or provided at parent/teacher conferences
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NC Final Exams (Swain High School)ELA, Math, Science, Social StudiesGrades 9 - 12Semester courses last 5 days; year long, last 10 days120 MiuntesState MandatedProvides a measure of student proficiency for the course; provides an exam grade for the course, used in State Accountability for academic growthExam grades are recorded for the student as a part of their final grade for the course. Parents can access the exam grade on the report card or within the Parent Portal.
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mClass MOYELAK - 3End of second quarter (usually December)1 Minute Probes for DIBELS Time as needed for TRCState MandatedDetermine a student's Reading readiness and Reading level; opportunity to demonstrate ELA proficiency for Read to AchieveHome Connect letters are sent home with report cards.
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Math (K-2) Assessment MOYMathK - 2Usually April30-60 MinutesState MandatedProvides a measure of student proficiency of math grade level standards taught up to MOYIndividual student data for teachers; Parents may receive information upon request
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NCFE (Middle Schools)Science, Social StudiesGrades 6 - 8Semester courses last 5 days; year long, last 10 days120 MinutesState MandatedProvides a measure of student proficiency for the course; used in State Accountability for academic growthScore reports are provided to schools within five days of testing. Parents can request NCFE results from their child's teacher or school.
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WIDA ACCESS for ELLs TestingLanguage ProficiencyAll Gradesend of February-beginning of March170 MinutesState MandatedYearly measure of English Language Proficiency for student identified as EL; used to determine if student qualifies to exit ESL servicesIndividual Student Report; provided by the end of the school year - sent home or provided at parent/teacher conferences
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WorkKeys TestCareer ReadinessGrade 12February135 MinutesState MandatedState Accountability performance indicator that measures Career Readiness; students have an opportunity to earn a National Career Readiness CertificationStudents who receive a National Career Readiness Certification are provided a certificate. Individual scores are reported upon request
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The ACTELA, Math, Science, & WritingGrade 11usually February, date window determined by ACT annually235 MinutesState MandatedState Accountability performance indicator that measures College Readiness; students receive a score that may be used for college admission requirementsIndividual Score Reports are sent to the school approximately eight weeks after materials are returned to ACT. Reports and test books will be returned to students at that time.
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NCEXTEND1 Grade 11 (The ACT Alternate)ELA, Math, Science, & WritingGrade 11February and March usuallyStudent SpecificState MandatedAlternate Assessment for The ACTIndividual Student Report; provided within 30 days of scoring - sent home or provided at parent/teacher conferences
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mClass EOYELAK - 3Late in fourth quarter1 Minute Probes for DIBELS Time as needed for TRCState MandatedDetermine a student's Reading readiness and Reading level; opportunity to demonstrate ELA proficiency for Read to AchieveHome Connect letters are sent home quarterly
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Math (K-2) Assessment EOYMathK - 2Fourth quarter30-60 MinutesState MandatedProvides a measure of student proficiency of Math grade level standards.Individual student data for teachers; Parents may receive information upon request
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NCEXTEND1 TestReading, Math & ScienceGrades 3 - 8 & 10Last 10 days of schoolStudent SpecificState MandatedAlternate Assessment for EOGs and EOCsIndividual Student Report; provided within 30 days of scoring - sent home or provided at parent/teacher conferences
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End-of-Grade Test (Reading/ELA & Math)ELA & MathGrades 3 - 8Last 10 days of school180 MinutesState MandatedProvides a measure of student proficiency for the subject; used in State Accountability for proficiency and academic growthIndividual Student Report; provided within 30 days of scoring - sent home or provided at parent/teacher conferences
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Math I End-of-Course Test (Middle School)MathGrade 8Last 10 days of school180 MinutesState MandatedProvides a measure of student proficiency for the course; provides an exam grade for the course, used in State Accountability for proficiency and academic growthIndividual Student Report; provided within 30 days of scoring - sent home or provided at parent/teacher conferences
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End-of-Grade Test (Science)ScienceGrades 5 & 8Last 10 days of school180 MinutesState MandatedProvides a measure of student proficiency for the subject; used in State Accountability for proficiency and academic growthIndividual Student Report; provided within 30 days of scoring - sent home or provided at parent/teacher conferences
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* Final Exam Schedule is TBD & may be impacted by snowdays, etc.
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