PARCC Results Spring 2018Students who took the PARCC in the spring of 2018 should have received score reports via mail in early September 2018. The score interpretation guides can be found here: Parent Guide 2018 Math Parent Guide 2018 ELA
Parents/guardians can find more grade-level learning resources at the following websites:
· Video explaining the score reports: http://www.understandthescore.org/
· Additional resources for parents: http://www.bealearninghero.org/· New Jersey PARCC information: http://www.state.nj.us/education/assessment/parentsChanges in State TestingThe New Jersey Department of Education has recently announced several changes to the state testing program. Assessments are now known as New Jersey Student Learning Assessments (NJSLA) and will be offered in both Math and ELA. These assessments will be significantly shorter in length than last year's PARCC exams and will utilize the same question banks. The NJSLA-ELA will consist of 2 90-minute units, and the NJSLA-Mathematics (Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra II) will also consist of 2 90-minute units.NJ State Assessments and Graduation Requirements--UPDATED 2-22-19As of Friday, February 22nd, the New Jersey Department of Education has confirmed that the state testing requirements for graduation for the Class of 2019 remain unchanged. The New Jersey Department of Education has modified the state testing requirements for graduation for the Class of 2020. The state testing requirements for graduation for the Class of 2021 and beyond are unknown as of February 25, 2019. When the New Jersey Department of Education determines the new requirements, updates will be posted on this page.If you have any questions about either the assessment or about accommodations for students with disabilities, please contact your child's school counselor or case manager. Please note that the district is required to administer NJ state assessments to all eligible students in grades 9, 10, and 11. Students who are exempt from taking the NJ State Assessment through their IEP will be given the Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM) assessment in lieu of NJ State Assessment.NJ Science TestThe Biology Competency Test (BCT) is no longer being offered by the NJ Department of Education. The new state science test is called the New Jersey Student Learning Assessment-Science (NJSLA-S) and will be taken by all juniors on May 20-22, 2019. More details will be posted as they are received from NJDOE. Students who are exempt from taking the NJ Science test through their IEPs will be administered the Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM) Assessment in Science.