Students in grades K-5 are required to take various assessments throughout the school year. While 3rd through 5th grade students are required to participate in state testing each school year, K-2 students also participate in district assessments as well.
All 3rd through 5th grade students must take the NC End of Grade (EOG) tests at the end of the school year. EOG testing will occur in the last 10 school days of the year. For the 2021-2022 school year, 3rd-5th grade ELA tests will be given in paper/pencil format. 3rd grade math will also be given in paper/pencil format. 4th grade math, 5th grade math, and 5th grade science will be completed online. Specific dates for these tests have not been selected yet, but testing can begin as early as May 20th. If you have any questions regarding state testing, please contact the school. For further information regarding state testing, you can click HERE to link directly to the Guilford County Schools testing page.
3-5 students also participate in a quarterly district interim assessment. All 3-5 students take the math and ELA interim assessments, and 5th grade students also take the science interim. Students take these assessments three times each school year. The 3rd and final assessment for the students will take place in March and April of this school year.
NWEA MAP Testing:
This is a computer-based test required for K-5 students. K-2 students are only required to take the math assessment, and 3-5 students take the assessment in both math and reading. Students take this assessment three times a year, and their final end of year assessment will take place between March 28th and April 14th.
This is another computer-based assessment required for K-3 students. Students take this assessment three times a year, and their final end of year assessment will take place between May 5th-25th.