FLORIDA STANDARDS ASSESSMENT (FSA) PARENT NIGHT

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FLORIDA STANDARDS ASSESSMENT(FSA) PARENT NIGHTMrs. Estrada, Mrs. Anon, and Ms. SpanjerSomerset Academy Elementary SchoolMarch 4th , 2021

What is theFlorida Standards Assessment?“TheFSA” Atest that was designed to serve Florida students bymeasuring educational gains and progress. Measuresstudent performance based on the Florida StateStandards (MAFs and LAFs). Informationfrom the assessment is used to drive studentinstruction from the beginning of every new school year.

How will the ELA FSA affect my 3rd grader? All 3rd grade students will take the ELA FSAMust receive a Level 2 (or higher) in order to meetState/County Promotion Criteria based on Policy 6000.1 Administered throughout the yearAll 3rd grade students will complete performance tasksStudent must demonstrate mastery of each benchmark(Portfolios) Administered during the last weeks of schoolParticipants: Students scoring a Level 1 on the ELA FSAand student that did not pass grade 3 ReadingPerformance Tasks (Portfolios)ELAFSA3rd dardizedReadingAssessmentCountyReadingCamp Students that require remedial attention determined bythe county will participate in a summer reading camp.More information will be provided to individual students.

How will the ELA & MATH FSA affect my 4thand 5th grader?ELA FSAMATH FSAAlternativeStandardizedAssessment All 4-5th grade students will take the ELA FSAMust score a Level 2 (or higher) in order to meetCounty Promotion Criteria based on Policy 6000.1Students’ Writing FSA score will be embedded intotheir final ELA FSA score. All 4th and 5th grade students will take the MATH FSA4th and 5th grade students must score a Level 2 (orhigher) in order to meet County Promotion Criteriabased on Policy 6000.1 Administered the last 2 weeks of schoolParticipants: In the event students score a level 1 oneither Math or ELA, or perhaps both, the students’performance on these assessments may be consideredfor Good Cause Promotion.

Third Grade Testing ScheduleEnglish LanguageArts (ELA) andListening; Writing2 Test DaysDates3rd Grade ELAApril 5th and 6th2 Test Sessions80 minutes eachsessionPaper-Based3rd Grade MathMay 17th and 18th

Fourth Grade Testing ScheduleELA, Math2 Test Days2 Test Sessions80 minutes eachsessionDates4th Grade ELAMay 10th and 11th4th Grade MathMay 19th and 20thPaper-BasedWritingPaper-Based1 Test Day1 Session120 MinDateApril 12th

Fifth Grade Testing ScheduleELA, Math, ScienceDates2 Test Days5th Grade Science2 Test SessionsMay 5th and 6th5th Grade ELA80 minutes eachsessionMay 12th and 13thPaper-BasedMay 24th and 25thWritingPaper-Based1 Test Day1 Session120 Min5th Grade MathDateApril 13th

FSA ELA Test Breakdown of DomainsGrades 3-5Key Ideasand DetailsLanguageand EditingIntegration ofKnowledge andIdeasCraft andStructure 15-25% 15-25% 20-30% 25-35%

3rd Grade FSA MathematicsTest BreakdownNumbersandOperations- Fractions 17%Measurement,Data, andGeometryOperation, AlgebraicThinking, and Numbers inBase 10 35% 48%

4th Grade FSA MathematicsTest BreakdownNumbersandOperationsin Base 10 21%Operation, AlgebraicThinking 21%Numbers & Operations FractionsMeasurement, Data, and Geometry 25% 33%

5th Grade FSA MathematicsTest BreakdownNumbers andOperations inBase 10Measurement,Data, andGeometryOperation, AlgebraicThinking, Fractions 28% 33% 39%

5th Science FCATTest BreakdownNatureofScience 17%LifeScienceEarth and SpaceSciencePhysical Science 25% 29% 29%

FSA Questions TypesELAScience MultipleChoice Items Multi-SelectItems Multi-PartItems Editing Tasks Multiple ChoiceitemsMath Multiple Choiceitems Multi-Select Items Matching Items Table Items Equation Items Grid Response

Where can I go to have view and practicesome questions before the test?Florida Standard Assessment Portalhttp://www.fsassessment.org

What are we doingto prepare your child forthe FSA? DifferentiatedInstruction Supplemental ClassroomMaterials Interventions Small Group Re-teaching FSA Tutoring Academy onSaturdays I-Ready Challenges; Assigned forHomework Nightly ELL Tutoring

What can you do at home?Monitor your child’s i-Ready progress and online instructional usage.Attend Parent University Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.Read together EVERY night.Ask your child questions; Review topics taught in class.Make sure your child is using TEXT EVIDENCE.Review multiplication and division tables.Review your child’s homework with them.

Parents - Testing Day Tips Ensure that your child is WELL rested each nightso they can focus and do their best during thetest. They should have a healthy breakfast. Make sure to review your child’s homework andassignments to practice areas of weakness. Motivate your child to do their best! When theyknow you believe in them, they will strive tomake you proud! Your child’s biggest aide, is YOU!

What to bring on campus School Uniform or FSA Shirt with JeansSharpened # 2 Pencils (Several)JacketWater BottleSmall Personal Snack in a Ziplock BagWhat NOT to bring on campus NO Cell Phones (Silent Dismissal will beused for pick Up)NO BOOK BAGSNO Mechanical PencilNO HighlightersNO Electronic Devices (Includingcalculators, laptops, IPAD, apple watches,smart watches, headphones)

FSA Procedures in 2021 Testing can only occur at the school. The State of Floridadoes not allow for testing from home or another non-schoolsite. Students who are currently learning remotely must comeinto the school building to take their scheduled test(s). Attendance for on-site testing is mandatory. Attendance willbe taken on all days of testing. There is no process to opt-out of testing. The State of Floridadoes not provide a parental opt-out mechanism, includingwriting to your child’s school or to the District. All scores from the tests will be used to determineplacement for the following year.

FSA Safety Procedures in 2021We will follow our existing COVID-19 related health and safetyprotocols at all times . Mandatory wearing of face masks at all times (no valves, neckgaiters) Physical distancing, desk shields & directional hallway patterns On selected days, 3rd-5th grade students will transition toremote learning to accommodate the state guidelines forsocial distancing. Vacant classrooms allow us to disperse students among 25classes with no more than 11 students to a class (some roomswill have less). Students will be placed in assigned cohorts on testing daysand receive designated classrooms/seating for contacttracing. All classes will be disinfected daily before and after testadministration. Students will use a single point of entry to enter and exit thebuilding.

After Testing- Students scheduled to be on site will remain on campus- For ex: If you’re an “A Group”, and your testing on an “A Week”,you would remain on campus.- Students NOT scheduled to be on site, will be picked up starting at11:30 AM using Silent Dismissal Procedures- If you do not have your child's’ silent dismissal code, pleasereach out to your child’s teacher- Refrain from getting out of the car, and follow the directionalpath for the carpool loop.- Once students return home, log back into your teachers’ ZOOM tocontinue your day.

3rd Grade Testing & RLI Days

3rd Grade Testing & RLI Days

4th Grade Testing & RLI Days

4th Grade Testing & RLI Days

5th Grade Testing & RLI Days

5th Grade Testing & RLI Days

Frequently Asked Questions Will my child have to come on campus for testing? YesWhy does my child have to come on campus? This is a state directive. The state has mandated that no student will be allowed to testat home. All students must come on campus to test.Why are students taking a state test in these unprecedented times? This is a state directive used to gauge student performance and set the pace for nextyear.Will my child be able to take the test remotely from home? No. All students are required to come on campus.Will my child with an IEP receive accommodations? Absolutely! We will provide students that have accommodations all their servicesaccording to their IEP.What happens if I choose NOT to send my student to campus to test? Your child will not receive a score, which will adversely impact their progress andplacement for the following year.Will my child be retained if they do not take their FSA? Please note, students can be retained if they are not making progress. We are pendingdirective from the state and as soon as we know, parents will be informed. In themeantime, we will follow Broward County Student Progression Plan.Will the test be paper-based or online? All tests will be paper-based for grades 3-6.

Frequently Asked Questions Will it be safe for my child to come on campus? We will continue to do our best to provide a safe environment. We are working onproviding specific times for the students to come in to test. Please refer to the calendarsposted on our website that indicated when your child should report to campus fortesting.How will you fit all the students safely in classes for testing? We will be using exterior empty classrooms to place students. Students not testing will be asked to stay home and login to class via Remote Learning. There will be no early pickups allowed. Pick up will start at 11:30 AM.How many tests does my child(ren) have to take for the year? 3rd Grade - 2 Tests Reading and Math 4th Grade - 3 Tests Reading, Math and Writing 5th Grade - 4 Tests Reading, Math, Writing and ScienceWhat if my child feels sick on the day of the test? Contact your child’s teacher immediately.Does my child stay on campus after testing? No. Dismissal for students testing,can be picked up NO LATER than 11:30 AM. Students with accommodations for testing - Parents will be contacted for a scheduleWhat if I cannot pick up my child? Unfortunately, due to contact tracing, all students testing must be picked up.How will my child be picked up? Post your silent dismissal number, and students will be called this way

Any additional questions notanswered?

Mar 02, 2021 · Students’ Writing FSA score will be embedded into ELA FSA their final ELA FSA score. All 4th and 5th grade students will take the MATH FSA 4th and 5th grade students must score a Level 2 (or higher) in order to meet County Promotion Criteria MATH FSA based

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