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CAAASPP Student Score Reports

Student Score Reports for 2018-19 are now available through our parent portal, ParentVUE, for students who completed grades 3-8. If you have not yet set up your parent portal account, please contact the school office for the unique access code required to register.

CAASPP Score Reports

The 2018-19 CAASPP reports for state, district and school levels have been released for public view.

2018-19 CAASPP Test Results for Mountain View School District

CAASPP student score reports for parents have  been made available by the state.  Student score reports are viewable in Illuminate's Home Connect Parent Portal.
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California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP)

California's Testing System

This past spring, students from our district in grades 3-8 took part in the statewide administration of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) program's Smarter Balanced assessments.  These computer based tests have replaced the Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) paper-based, multiple choice test. 

The scoring for these assessments are very different from those of the STAR tests.  The results from the CAASPP tests cannot be compared to the previous results of the STAR tests. The CAASPP score reports provide parents, schools and state with valuable information on student performance on the new academic standards.

The new CAASPP reports will provide information in a different format from the STAR:

1. Student scale scores will be based on a 1000-3000 scale

2. Four new achievement level bands

  • Standards Exceeded and Standards Met are considered proficient
  • Standards Nearly Met and Standards Not Met are considered non-proficient
  • To view achievement level bands for Language Arts and Mathematics - click on Achievement bands

3. Additional information on the areas that make up the student's overall scores

New for Families: Starting Smarter Website

The California Department of Education (CDE), in collaboration with the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium and Educational Testing Service, launched a new website to help empower parents/guadians and families to become partners in their children's academic success.

Starting Smarter for the CAASPP

This family-focused website provides resources to facilitate parents'/guardians' understanding of the scores presented on their child's Student Score Reports. Using this website, families can become involved in their child's educational progress and:

  • Learn more about the performance areas in each subject and grade.
  • See sample test questions.
  • Prepare for parent-teacher conferences with a useful downloadable guide.
  • Access high-quality resources to support learning at home.
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Characteristics of Top Performing Students

Mountain View School District is proud to have students who earned perfect scores in one or more areas of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) Test.  The attachment below is a summary of the parents who participated in a survey.

Characteristics of Top Performing Students

Smarter Balanced Practice and Training Tests

Click on the link below to access the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) training and practice tests for Test Administrators and Students.  Once you have clicked on the link, you will then need to choose "Test Administrator" or "Student" Practice and Training Tests.

CAASPP Practice Tests

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