Snoqualmie Valley Students Perform Well Above State Scores
Snoqualmie Valley students achieved results significantly above the state averages, at all grade levels tested, on the 2016 state assessments administered last spring.
This is the second year students in grades 3-8 and 10 took the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) tests in English Language Arts (ELA) and math, which align with the new higher state standards. Additionally, students in grades 5 and 8 take a science Measurement of Student Progress (MSP) each spring, while high school students take the biology End of Course (EOC) exam after completing the course.
The scores were recently released by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).
“Collectively, our students continue to perform well above state averages on this assessment. We are pleased to see across-the-board improvements over the previous year’s results, and will continue to strive for improvement during the coming school year. Congratulations to our students and teachers for their hard work and academic accomplishments on this relatively new assessment,” said Superintendent Joel Aune.
Parents: Watch for individual student score reports with results from the spring assessments in the mail this month (September).
The charts below compare two years of District results (SVSD) along with the state average scores from the 2016 state assessments for English Language Arts, math and science.
Data source: OSPI, as
of September 12, 2016
information, visit the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI)
website for the Washington State
Report Card. Results can be sorted by
state, school district and school.