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Accessing Your Child's State Testing Score Reports

Information on Accessing Student Score Reports

Information on Accessing Student Score Reports

CAASPP and ELPAC Student Score Reports can now be accessed electronically via the MEUSD Parent Portal. The MEUSD Parent Portal is available at

As part of its commitment to build a quality education system in the fast changing world of technology, California is moving its California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), California Science Test (CST), and the English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC) Student Score Reports to an electronic format that will be delivered online. The electronic Student Score Reports also will be enhanced, offering a more dynamic way of providing information about how students are progressing in their education.


To access Student Score Reports:


1. Log into the MEUSD Parent Portal

Aeries Login

2. For students and parents, Navigate to the Test Scores Tab and select State Test Score Reports. 

Orange circle around Test Scores

3. On the State Test Scores Reports page, you will see the available Student Score Reports for the tests your child has taken. Click on the English or Non-English button to open up a view of the CAASPP or ELPAC Student Score Report for your child in a new tab. 

Aeries Test Scores

4. A copy of the Student Score Report can be downloaded and saved to your computer, or it can be printed by using the appropriate icons in the preview window. 

Sample Student Score Report in Aeries
For more information on interpreting your students' Score Reports, please click on the links below:
Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

What if I don’t have access to a desktop computer?

You can view your student’s score report through the parent portal on any device connected to the internet, such as a computer, tablet, or smart phone. Log into the parent portal on your device to view the report.  

We want to make sure that you can see your child’s Student Score Report so computer stations are available at each school, where you can log on to view and print during school hours. Staff will be available to help you.

We understand that not everybody has access to a computer or is able to come to school during school hours to view the Student Score Report. If you are not able to view the report online, please notify us, and we will print a copy and send it home.

Is my child’s information secure if it’s online?

Yes, the Student Score Reports are secure because they can be accessed only through parent portal, which requires a username and password to access.


Will I get scores faster?

Yes, you will be able to view your child’s score report online earlier than in the past. In the past, Student Score Reports had to be printed and mailed, which caused a delay. This year, you can view the report online as soon as it is available. 


Can I still get a paper copy?

Student Score Reports dating back three years will be available in the parent portal, so you can always go back and print them. If you need help acquiring a printed copy, please contact your child's school.


Is the electronic score report accessible to parents with disabilities?

Yes. All Student Score Reports are screen readable and provide adequate color contrast.


Will the report be available in my home language?

The electronic Student Score Reports are available in Spanish and Mandarin Chinese, in addition to English, for families who've designated one of those languages as their preferred Correspondence Language.


Where can I find more information to help me understand my child’s Student Score Report?

You can find information to help you understand your child’s score report at the Starting Smarter CAASPP website ( and Starting Smarter ELPAC website (, where you also can find sample test questions and free resources to help support your child’s learning.


Whom should I contact if I have questions about my child’s score report?

If you have questions regarding your child’s Student Score Report, please contact your child's teacher or school. They can help you find how best to support your child based on their testing results.