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March 2: STAR Writing -- Grade 4
May 3-7: STAR Multiple Choice -- Grades 2-8
May 3-7: TerraNova -- Grade 1
May 3-7: DSA -- Kindergarten
May 10-11: Physical Fitness testing -- Grades 5 & 7
May 12: Physical Fitness testing makeup
Click here to view the latest published results of the California Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) program.
Click a link to view the 2008-2009 CELDT Report for:
The CELDT Reporting site provides aggregate CELDT results for each school, district, and county, as well as the state. No individual student results or aggregate reports for three or fewer students are presented on the Internet.
California Standards Test
In addition, students in grades 8 take the California History/Social Science Standards Tests.
Physical Fitness Testing
Physical Fitness is assessed in grades 5 and 7 each school year in accordance with State mandates.
The physical fitness test designated for California public students is the FITNESSGRAM, developed by The Cooper Institute. The test assesses six major fitness areas, including:
- aerobic capacity (cardiovascular endurance)
- body composition (percentage of body fat)
- abdominal strength and endurance
- trunk strength and flexibility
- upper body strength and endurance
- overall flexibility
A number of test options are provided so that most students can participate.
Click a link to view the 2007-08 Physical Fitness Test results for:
The purpose of the CAHSEE is to help improve student achievement in high school and make sure that graduates meet identified state content standards in reading, writing, and mathematics.
The Academic Performance Index(API) measures performance and progress of a school. It is a numeric index or scale that ranges from a low of 200 to a high of 1000. The state has set 800 as the API score that schools should strive to meet. Schools that fall short of the target will be required to meet annual growth targets until their goal is achieved. Schools that already meet or exceed the 800 API should continue working to improve the academic performance of all students. Results of the norm-referenced test and California Standards Tests, given in the spring as part of the state's Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) program, are used to calculate a school's API.
Click to view the 2008-09 API of the district, with links to each school: