Students in grades 9-12 will be taking the state required Iowa Statewide Assessment of Student Progress (ISASP) from April 8 to April 12. Our schools performance on these tests are made public and are used by the state to determine if the students are learning what they are supposed to be learning. It can also be used by the staff to guide what needs to be focused on in class. For these reasons this test is very important and we ask for parents help in preparing students to perform their best. Please follow the tips below to encourage your child.
Tips for helping your child be prepared for successful ISASP testing
- Show an interest in your child’s testing by wishing them luck on their ISASP every day they have one
- Provide them an adequate breakfast on the testing days
- Make sure students go to bed early enough to obtain an adequate amount of sleep
- Make sure students arrive to school on time
- Ask them how their tests went at the end of the day and give them encouraging advice.
High School Daily Schedule During April 8-12 Testing
(This schedule may change)
Monday, April 8th: STUDENT DISCUSSIONS
5th hour Assembly in FAC to introduce ISASP Testing 9-11th Grade ONLY
5th Newcomer discussion - with Minikwu in Caldwell's Room
Tuesday, April 9th (MATH)
Normal 1st hour
HS students report to scheduled Testing Room.
Testing at 9:00 a.m.,
HS students report to 2nd Hour then 4th if time when Testing is completed. Intercom announcement will dismiss.
Wednesday, April 10th (1:30 schedule) (READING)
Normal Early out 1st hour
Testing at 8:43 a.m.
HS students report to 6th or 7th Hour (dependent upon completion time).
Thursday, April 11th (LANG ARTS/WRITING)
normal 1st hour
Testing at 9:00 a.m.
then HS students report to 3rd Hour when testing concludes
Friday, April 12th (SCIENCE)
--9:00 testing for only sophomores
--other students regular schedule
--students with missing ISASP Tests might make up those tests during this time