State Assessment - NHSAS and SAT
The federal education law put in place by the Elementary & Secondary Education Act (ESEA) requires that all parents in a Title I school be notified and given the opportunity to request information on the level of achievement and academic growth of the student, if applicable and available, on each of the State academic assessments. Please reach out to Galen Tremblay, Student Data Specialist, (email@example.com) to request copies of any state assessment results. If you’d like to review a complete copy of your child’s academic record, please contact the principal at your child’s school.
State assessment results are sent home to parents as soon as all student assessment results are available and able to be printed and sent. The NHSAS Parent Score Report Guide can help you in understanding your child's NHSAS score report.
Opt out information will be sent directly to families prior to any state assessment.
State Assessment Schedule for 20-21 School Year
Fall State Assessment Dates:
- SAT- Math and ELA – High School Seniors– September 23, 2020
- NHSAS Interim Assessment – Math and ELA – Grades 4-8 – November 2 –13, 2020
Spring State Assessments - (See website calendar for specific grade level dates)
- SAT Math and ELA– High School Juniors
- NHSAS Science – Grades 5, 8 and High School Juniors,
- NHSAS Math – Grades 3-8
- NHSAS English Language Arts – Grades 3-8
More information regarding the purpose of the assessment, length of time for the assessments, and additional requirements can be found on the NHDOE website.