CAASPP Scores 2017
CAASPP (CA Assessment of Student Performance and Progress) results are in! While results across the state are flat, LVUSD demonstrated gains in English Language Arts and Mathematics this year. This is reflective of the hard work of our educators, your children, and your support and collaboration with our schools.
Parents of students who were in 3rd-8th and 11th grades in spring of 2017 should have received their students' score reports in the mail. They look like this:
Like class assignments and report cards, the CAASPP assessments are one gauge of student progress, providing information to schools, teachers, and parents about how students performed against California’s challenging new goals for student learning. The CAASPP score report includes detailed information about student performance in English Language Arts/Literacy (ELA) and Mathematics. Strengths and/or areas for improvement are identified in key academic domains for both ELA and Mathematics.
A few notes for about students who scored at the highest level:
Due to an error made by the Educational Testing Service, who administers the CAASSP, the message in the yellow band on the report might say "Student did not score enough to move to the next level." Rest assured, that's because there IS no next level. The indicator SHOULD say "Student remains at the highest achievement level." Also, families may have received two copies of these reports.
For additional information about the assessment please go to: testscoreguide.org/ca. Please feel free to direct any questions you may have to your principal or our Education Services Department at 818-878-5219.