• Spring 2019 Testing Dates

    Students test best when they are with THEIR teacher in THEIR classroom. Being absent on scheduled test days means the students have to complete make-up testing in a different room with a different teacher. Please try to have your student at school and on time each day.

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  • Achievement Levels

    This link explains what it means if your child scored a Level 1, 2, 3, or 4. To learn more about each content area, clink on your child's grade level.

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  • Reading the Score Report

    Scores are released on Parent Portal in the spring. You will receive a notice that scores are available. A printed report will be sent home when we return to school in the fall of 2019 that will give additional details.

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  • GMAS Parent Resource Guide

    Choose your child's grade level to see sample questions and answer expectations. You will find information for each content area. Third and Fourth Graders will complete ELA and Math. Fifth Graders will complete ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies.

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  • What is a Lexile score?

    Students must score within or above the grade level Lexile stretch band to pass the GMAS. The Grade 3 stretch band is 520-820. The Grade 4 stretch band is 740-940. The Grade 5 stretch band is 830-110. A student receives a Lexile reader measure as a score from a reading test; the Lexile measure describes the student’s reading ability. Books and other texts also have a Lexile measure associated with them, and this Lexile text measure describes the book's reading demand or difficulty. When used together, these measures can help match a reader with reading material that is at an appropriate level of difficulty, or suggest how well a reader will comprehend a text.

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Last Modified on October 25, 2018