Quarterly and EOY assessments will be sent to schools in August. Quarterly assessments are not pre-tested. Scripts and answer keys can be found here.

Grade 2

2012-2013 Beginning of the Year Instructional Level Placement


Grade 2 (Administer grade 2 2012-2013 EOY assessment as pre-test to all grade 2 students.)

Data Points
Placement
End of Quarter 1 Instructional Level
Student scores 85% on Grade 2 EOY Assessment.
Grade 3 Common Core mathematics
(Above Grade Level)
Above
Student scores 75-85% on Grade 2 EOY Assessment

AND student was marked AGL 4th quarter of grade 1 -or- marked OGL 4th quarter of grade 1 and teacher articulated capacity for AGL in grade 2
Grade 3 Common Core mathematics
(Above Grade Level)
Above
Student scores 65-75%

AND marked AGL 4th quarter of grade 1
Grade 2 Common Core mathematics

Identify and focus on student needs. Consider review of placement after quarter 1 using EOY assessment and additional teacher data.
On, Comment reflects change of instructional level
Student scores 65-75%

AND marked OGL at the end of grade 1
Grade 2 Common Core mathematics

Identify and focus on student needs. Consider review of placement after quarter 1 using EOY assessment and additional teacher data.
On
Student scores 0-65% and marked OGL or AGL at the end of grade 1
Grade 2 Common Core Mathematics
On
Student scores 0-65% and marked BGL at the end of grade 1
Grade 2 Common Core mathematics

Identify specific areas of concern from grade 1. Consider additional data to identify student understanding of number concepts and addition/subtraction (not including basic facts). Provide mathematics intervention. Communicate concerns on 1st interim progress report.
On

Student may be marked Below if student does not demonstrate understanding of 1st grade number concepts and concerns/data have been communicated

Notes:
  • 0-65% is acceptable for pre-test scores because concepts have not been taught.
  • Other data points include (but are not limited to) formative assessments, teacher created assessments, classroom observation, and math interviews.
  • These are general recommendations. Individual students may require additional data, articulation, and/or communication for appropriate placement.

Recommended Quarterly Assessment Indicators of Instructional Level


Quarter 1 • Above Grade Level Students
Quarterly Assessment Score
Next steps
85%-100%
Continue with quarter 2 standards. Mark AGL on report card.
75%-85%
Identify student needs. Plan to revisit concepts during 2nd quarter. Mark AGL on report card.
65%-75%
Identify student needs. Plan to reteach concepts during 2nd quarter. Use other data points to confirm student placement. Mark AGL on report card.
0%-65%
Identify student needs. Plan to reteach concepts during 2nd quarter. Use other data points to confirm student placement. Send explicit comments of concern with data for student placement. Mark AGL. Possibly OGL on next report card.
Quarter 2 • Above Grade Level Students
Quarterly Assessment Score
Next steps
85%-100%
Continue with quarter 3 standards. Mark AGL on report card on report card.
75%-85%
Identify student needs. Plan to revisit concepts during 3rd quarter on report card.
65%-75%
Identify student needs. Plan to reteach concepts during 3rd quarter. Use other data points to confirm AGL status. Mark AGL on report card. Provide comment to parents if other data points cause concern. Review/confirm appropriate instructional level if this is the second consecutive score in this range or lower. Consider moving to OGL status. If moved, student will be marked BGL on next report card.
0%-65%
Identify student needs. Plan to reteach concepts during 3rd quarter. Use other data points to confirm AGL status. Mark AGL on report card. Second consecutive assessment in this range indicates concern. Consider moving to On Grade Level status. Student will be marked OGL on next report card. Comments needed.
Quarter 3 • Above Grade Level Students
Quarterly Assessment Score
Next steps
85%-100%
Continue with quarter 4 standards. Mark AGL on report card.
75%-85%
Identify student needs. Plan to revisit concepts during 4th quarter. Mark AGL on report card.
65%-75%
Identify student needs. Plan to reteach concepts during 4th quarter. Use other data points to AGL status. Mark AGL on report card. Provide comment to parents if other data points cause concern. Consider moving to OGL status. Student will be marked OGL on next report card.
0%-65%
Identify student needs. Plan to reteach concepts during 4th quarter. Use other data points to confirm AGL status. Mark AGL on report card. Second consecutive assessment in this range indicates concern. Consider moving to OGL status. Student will be marked OGL on next report card. Comments needed.
Quarter 4 • Above Grade Level Students
Quarterly Assessment Score
Next steps
85%-100%
Recommend for AGL placement following year.
75%-85%
Identify and communicate student needs. Recommend for AGL placement following year.
65%-75%
Identify and communicate specific student needs. Utilize other data points and EOY assessment for AGL placement the following year. Recommend instructional level placement review at beginning of following year.
0%-65%
Identify and communicate specific student needs. Utilize other data points and EOY assessment for AGL placement the following year. Recommend OGL or instructional level placement review at the beginning of the following year.
  • Other data points include (but are not limited to) formative assessments, teacher created assessments, classroom observation, and math interviews. These are general recommendations. Individual students may require additional data, articulation, and/or communication for appropriate placement.


Recommended Quarterly Assessment Indicators of Instructional Level


Quarter 1 • On Grade Level Students
Quarterly Assessment Score
Next steps
85%-100%
Continue with quarter 2 standards. Mark OGL on report card.
75%-85%
Identify student needs. Plan to revisit concepts during 2nd quarter. Mark OGL on report card.
65%-75%
Identify student needs. Plan to reteach concepts during 2nd quarter. Use other data points to confirm student placement. Mark OGL on report card.
0%-65%
Identify student needs. Plan to reteach concepts during 2nd quarter. Use other data points to confirm student placement. Send explicit comments of concern with data for student placement. Mark OGL.
Quarter 2 • On Grade Level Students
Quarterly Assessment Score
Next steps
85%-100%
Continue with quarter 3 standards. Mark OGL on report card.
75%-85%
Identify student needs. Plan to revisit concepts during 3rd quarter. Mark OGL on report card.
65%-75%
Identify student needs. Plan to reteach concepts during 3rd quarter. Use other data points to confirm OGL. Mark OGL on report card. Provide comment to parents if other data points cause concern. Review/confirm appropriate instructional level if this is the second consecutive score in this range or lower. Consider moving to BGL status. If moved, student will be marked BGL on next report card.
0%-65%
Identify student needs. Plan intervention for 3rd quarter. Use other data points to confirm student placement. Second consecutive assessment in this range indicates serious concern. Student will likely be marked BGL on next report card. Comments needed.
Quarter 3 • On Grade Level Students
Quarterly Assessment Score
Next steps
85%-100%
Continue with quarter 4 standards. Mark OGL on report card on report card.
75%-85%
Identify student needs. Plan to revisit concepts during 4th quarter. Mark OGL on report card.
65%-75%
Identify student needs. Plan to reteach concepts during 4th quarter. Use other data points to confirm OGL status. Mark OGL on report card. Provide comment to parents if other data points cause concern. Review/confirm appropriate instructional level if this is the second consecutive score in this range or lower. Consider moving to BGL status. If moved, student will be marked BGL on next report card.
0%-65%
Identify student needs. Plan intervention for 4th quarter. Use other data points to confirm student placement. Second consecutive assessment in this range indicates serious concern. Student will likely be marked BGL on next report card. Comments needed.
Quarter 4 • On Grade Level Students
Quarterly Assessment Score
Next steps
85%-100%
Recommend for AGL placement following year.
75%-85%
Identify and communicate student needs. Recommend for OGL placement following year.
65%-75%
Identify and communicate specific student needs. Utilize other data points and EOY assessment for OGL placement the following year. Recommend instructional level placement review at beginning of following year.
0%-65%
Identify and communicate specific student needs. Utilize other data points and EOY assessment for OGL placement the following year. Recommend OGL or instructional level placement review at the beginning of the following year.
  • Other data points include (but are not limited to) formative assessments, teacher created assessments, classroom observation, and math interviews. These are general recommendations. Individual students may require additional data, articulation, and/or communication for appropriate placement.