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There are many ways to measure your child’s learning. Your child’s teacher uses report card grades, classroom work, teacher observations, and end-of-year statewide test results to get a complete picture of your child’s learning.
The Education and Instructional Services Department coordinates the administration and coordination of all district, state, and federally-mandated assessments (listed below). 
  • National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
  • California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) - English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Spanish, Alternative Assessments
  • English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC)
  • Physical Fitness Test (PFT)
STAR Renaissance - English Language Arts and Mathematics
ELPAC for Parents 

ELPAC for Parents 

The video "Introduction to the Initial ELPAC for Parents" provides information about the Initial ELPAC including its purpose, an explanation of who takes the test, and a description of how parents and guardians will be notified of their child's results.
This video is recommended for parents and guardians who want to learn more about the ELPAC.
The "Introduction to the Initial ELPAC for Parents" video is available in both English and Spanish.
Introduction to the Initial ELPAC for Parents

Introduction to the Initial ELPAC for Parents