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Your student's access code may be found on the STAAR report card sent home from school. If you don't have the access code, you can look up the code with the student's birthday and PEIMS ID, which is also the student's Social Security number. 

 

Testing Calendar:

 State of Texas Assessment Calendar


Elementary Students Will Participate In The Following Assessments Under STAAR:

Grade 3 Reading and Math

Grade 4 Reading and Math

Grade 5 Reading, Math, and Science

 

Student Performance:

Once students have taken a STAAR assessment they will receive a score indicating their performance. Students will fall in to one of the three categories below:

Masters Grade Level

Meets Grade Level

Approaches Grade Level

Impact on Grade Advancement:

Students will take STAAR exams in the spring of this school year. The Student Success Initiative requires that students in grades 5 and 8 meet the Level II Satisfactory Academic Performance Standard on both the reading and math exams to be promoted to the next grade.  Retest administrations for students who do not meet standard will be offered in May and June.


 

Middle School Students Will Participate In The Following Assessments Under STAAR:

Grade 6 Reading and Math

Grade 7 Reading and Math

Grade 8 Reading, Math, Science, and Social Studies

Grade 8 (students enrolled in high school mathematics) Algebra I End-of-Course STAAR Test

 

Student Performance:

Once students have taken a STAAR assessment, they will receive a score indicating their performance. Student performance will fall in to one of the three categories below.

Masters Grade Level

Meets Grade Level

Approaches Grade Level

Impact on Grade Advancement:                                                          

Students will take STAAR exams in the spring of this school year. The Student Success Initiative requires that students in grades 5 and 8 meet the Level II Satisfactory Academic Performance Standard on both the reading and math exams to be promoted to the next grade. Retest administrations for students who did not meet standard will be offered in May and June.


High School Testing 

Students in high school takes state assessments according to the courses they take. High school students must pass each of five End-Of-Course assessments to be eligible for graduation.

What courses will require an EOC test?                                                                            

 

Math

English

Science

Social Studies

Algebra I

English I

Biology

U.S. History

 

English II

 

 

     

 

 

Testing Opportunities:

1st Testing Opportunity - April for English I & II and May for all other EOC Courses

2nd Testing Opportunity - June

3rd Testing Opportunity - December

 

Student Performance:

Once students have taken a STAAR assessment they will receive a score indicating their performance. Students performance will fall in to one of the three categories below:

  • Masters Grade Level
  • Meets Grade Level
  • Approaches Grade Level

 

High school students continue to take the exams until they meet the Approaches Academic Performance Standard.