Standardized and classroom assessments provide students, teachers, and
parents with information about how well a student is learning essential
knowledge and skills in reading, writing, mathematics, and science. Data
from these assessments also help teachers and administrators identify
students who would benefit from additional or different learning
opportunities, improve classroom instruction for students, identify
areas of focus for school and district improvement efforts, and monitor
progress toward the District Goal of increasing academic achievement for
every student. We invite you to learn more about the different
assessments our students take by selecting one or more of the links
Private school and home school students who receive instruction in tested subjects at Oregon public schools are required to take the Oregon statewide assessment in those subjects. Private and homeschool students who do not receive instruction in a subject are exempt from taking the Oregon statewide assessment in that subject.
The District is offering the opportunity for home schooled students to take the Oregon statewide assessment at our central office, in the IT training lab, on April 27 (9am-3pm) and April 28 (11am-4pm). If you would like to have your student attend, please contact Kay Jenkins (503.356.4594) to make arrangements. Seating is limited, and a ten-day notice is required.
- Jon Bridges - Administrator for Accountability
- Ken Struckmeier - Administrator for Secondary Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment
- Jared Cordon - Administrator for Elementary Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment