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Individual Results from State Testing Now Available Online

 

Each spring, Washington public school students in grades 3‒8 and 10 are tested in English Language Arts (ELA) and math, with exams called Smarter Balanced Assessments (SBA). Students in grades 5, 8, and 11 are also tested in science, with Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science (WCAS) exams. This testing meets state and federal requirements.

 

Preliminary individual scores for the SBA exams, which were administered this past spring for ELA and math, are now available from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). Snoqualmie Valley School District parents and guardians can view their child’s SBA results online through Family Access. When the WCAS results are available from OSPI in the fall, the District will update the student score reports in Family Access to include the science exams as well.    

 

For students who took a state assessment with Snoqualmie Valley schools this spring, results are available via Family Access accounts in Skyward. (See login directions below.) Parents who do not have a computer or Internet access can request a paper copy of their child’s results from their child’s school office in late August.

 

Skyward Family Access Login Instructions:

 

To access Snoqualmie Valley School District’s Skyward portal, click on the Family Access link on the district website. 

  • Select the Login to Family Access
  • Log in to Skyward Family Access with your username and password.
  • Click on the Report Cards- Portfolio

Parents who have forgotten their login or password can use the “Forgot your Login/Password?” link on the Skyward Family Access login page. 

 

The District is excited to provide a secure and efficient reporting option this year that allows parents/guardians access to results in June. This earlier reporting provides families valuable information, with time over the summer months, to maximize practice opportunities or educational programs if needed. 

 

For more information about Washington State testing and which exams are required for graduation, please visit www.WAtesting.com. Also, visit OSPI’s Resources page for additional information about state testing and learning standards.