Local Assessments
Click on the links below to learn more about a specific local assessment.

 

 Goal Setting with Students
-Use the local assessment information and the goal sheet below to discuss goals with your child.

 
SCOH K-12 Assessments

Scholastic Reading Inventory: SRI

SRI Lexile Ranges Needed for a Student's Future
The Lexile range needed for workplace, military service, and citizenship measures 1160L-1260L.
The Lexile level needed postsecondary academic pursuits at the university level measures 1355L.

 Scholastic SRI Assessment Overview:
*What are the SRI and SMI Assessments? (parent presentation)

*SRI test consists of age appropriate tests for K-12 students.  The test is adaptive. This means that the questions are at the student's level. The SRI test focuses on letter ID, phonics, and comprehension.

*The SRI test is measured by Lexile.  A Lexile measure is a valuable piece of information about either an individual's reading ability or the difficulty of a text. The student's lexile level is then placed into a performance level. The performance levels are described below.

These levels are broken down into four performance levels.
*Advanced: student scoring in this range exhibit superior performance on grade level appropriate skills and concepts.
*Proficient: Students scoring in this range exhibit competent performance on grade-level performance skills & concepts.
*Basic: Students scoring in this range exhibit minimally competent performance on grade level skills and concepts.
*Below Basic: Students scoring in this range do not exhibit minimally competent performance on grade level skills and concepts.

Lexile Resources:
https://lexile.com/

 

 
SRI End of Year Performance Bands - Updated 2014
 
 


Scholastic Math Inventory: SMI
SMI Lexile Ranges Needed for a Student's Future
The Quantile level needed for Algebra Readiness is 1030Q.
The Quantile level needed for career and college pursuits measures 1400Q.
Additional information on the SMI Trajectory to Algebra & Career Readiness
 
Scholastic SMI
The SRI test is measured by Quantiles.  The Quantile Framework has defined almost 500 mathematics skills and/or concepts.  Each of these concepts has a measure.  Each measure shows how difficult one skill is in relation to the others. Click here to see what skills correspond to a Quantile.
SMI test consists of age appropriate tests for K-12 students.  The test is adaptive. This means that the questions are at the student's level. The SMI test focuses on number ID, fact fluency and attending to math precision.

SMI: Quantile Resources:
www.quantile.com

 
 Performance Level Ranges by Grade
 The SMI Quantile levels are measured based on national levels.  These levels are broken into 4 groups.

These levels are broken down into four performance levels.
*Advanced: student scoring in this range exhibit superior performance on grade level appropriate skills and concepts.
*Proficient: Students scoring in this range exhibit competent performance on grade-level performance skills & concepts.
*Basic: Students scoring in this range exhibit minimally competent performance on grade level skills and concepts.
*Below Basic: Students scoring in this range do not exhibit minimally competent performance on grade level skills and concepts.

 


Acuity Readiness Assessments by CTB and the IDOE

Additional information about Acuity - check out the link below from the IDOE.
Blueprints and Acuity overview: http://www.doe.in.gov/assessment/acuity-grades-3-8-algebra-i-english-10
 
 The 2014-15 ELA and Math Acuity Readiness Assessments for grades 3-8 are aligned to the college- and career-ready 2014 Indiana Academic Standards. 4th grade and 6th grade will complete the Science Predictive Acuity assessment and 5th and 7th grade will complete the Social Studies Predictive test. 

  Acuity Predictive for Social Studies and Science

 
Additional information about Acuity - check out the link below from the IDOE.
Blueprints and Acuity overview: http://www.doe.in.gov/assessment/acuity-grades-3-8-algebra-i-english-10
 
 The 2014-15 ELA and Math Acuity Readiness Assessments for grades 3-8 are aligned to the college- and career-ready 2014 Indiana Academic Standards. 4th grade and 6th grade will complete the Science Predictive Acuity assessment and 5th and 7th grade will complete the Social Studies Predictive test. 
 Test Windows: 2014-15 IDOE Acuity Testing Windows
 
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