District & State Assessments

The Assessment Services Department coordinates the administration and processing of all district, state, and federally-mandated assessments listed below; provides training and support for site test coordinators and principals; and maintains test security ensuring appropriate test administration and test preparation procedures are followed at all school sites.

National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP).

California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP); English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC); and FITNESSGRAM Physical Fitness Test.

Honors End-of-Course Exams; and Math Readiness Assessment.

Information for Parents



What is Student Data?Use this link to visit a great visual explanation for parents about student data, what all is in student data and how it is collected and used.

Starting Smarter Parent Informational Flyer(PDF) – This flyer provides information about the Starting Smarter website.

Starting Smarter Parent Informational Flyer, Spanish version(PDF) – This flyer provides information about the Starting Smarter website.

Interim & Benchmark Assessments

Students in grades 3-8 are administered English language math & literacy interim assessments two times each year. The interim assessments are district-developed, standards-based assessments that are aligned with the state standards. Interim assessments provide information about students' understanding in relation to standards and this information will be used to target individual students who are in need of additional math and/or literacy support.

At Longfellow, students in grades 1, 2, 3, and 4 are also administered a Spanish literacy interim assessment.

Science benchmark exams are administered to students in grades 3-4-5.

Students in grades 6-7-8 are also administered end-of-year course exams in math and literacy.

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