Individual Scores from Spring 2022 State Assessments Now Available
Your student's learning and growth are important to us, and we want to keep you informed about tools we can use together to support your student's success.
In spring 2022, Washington public school students in grades 3-8 and 10 took the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) English language arts (ELA) and math tests. Students in grades 5, 8 and 11 took the Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science (WCAS). These assessment results fulfill state and federal requirements to understand how districts and the state are doing in meeting all students’ learning needs. They also help improve instruction.
State exams provide a snapshot of a student’s performance on the given assessment. Ongoing classroom information such as daily assignments and tests provide a more complete and accurate picture of your student’s skills and knowledge. The state assessment results can help all of us work together to pursue additional support or accelerated opportunities that may benefit your student’s learning.
Viewing Family Score Reports for Your Student(s)
SBA and WCAS family score reports for students that participated in testing have been uploaded to Family Access.
On the left-hand side menu, click Report Card/Documents
Select 2022 Spring SBA
If you’ve forgotten your Family Access login and/or password, click Forgot your Login/Password? The system will send an email with your login and instructions for resetting your password. If you don’t receive an email, contact your student’s school office
For more information about state tests and the learning standards they assess, visit these websites: Assessment Resources, Starting Smarter, and State Testing.
If you have questions about your student’s testing performance, please talk with your student’s teacher or principal. Our schools welcome your ideas about how we can best continue to support your student’s learning and growth.