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Assessment Maps

Click on the links, below, to access school-wide and system wide assessments. 

Assessment Descriptions

  • AP ExamsTaken at the end of the year in advanced placement courses, students can earn college credit with a score of 3+.
  • Classroom Diagnostic Tools (CDTs). The CDT is a computer-adaptive diagnostic assessment which provides information relative to a student's level of achievement against grade level standards.
  • enVision Benchmarks - Assessments used to check students' mastery of key content in specified math classes.
  • Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment. Teachers use this assessment to determine student’s independent and instructional reading levels. With F&P, teachers are able to observe student reading behaviors one-on-one, engage in comprehension conversations that go beyond retelling, and make informed decisions that connect assessment to instruction.
  • GAIN Identify students at risk for academic, social, health, and behavior concerns.
  • PSAT - A test of college readiness which also provides students with feedback on areas of strength and needs in meeting academic success.
  • OLSATAssessment used in the screening process to identify need for gifted services.
  • Orleans Hanna Algebra Readiness AssessmentIndicator of Algebra readiness for grade 8 math course determination.
  • PSSA/Keystones - Click here to read more about these state-required assessments of standards.
  • Reading Inventory/Phonics Inventory. The Reading Inventory (RI) measures reading comprehension on the Lexile Framework for Reading. The Phonics Inventory (PI) measures decoding and sight word fluency.
  • SAT/ACTCollege admissions assessments.
  • STAR is a benchmark assessment measuring students’ progress towards proficiency on grade level standards for ELA and mathematics. This assessment is used for monitoring progress and targeting instruction.