Florida StandardsAssessments (FSA)Lomax Elementary Magnet SchoolMarch 4, 2021
About the Assessments Assessesthe expectations of the FloridaStandards Emphasizesanalytical thinking Providesa more authentic assessmentthrough a variety of item formats Providesa basis for comparing Floridaperformance to that of other states
AssessmentScheduleApril 6th – 7th*Update as of 03/14/2021.April 13th Allstudents (includingeLearners) will test at the schoolsite on the designated day.May 3rd- 4thMay 5th – 6thMay 12th 13th3rd Reading(Two-day assessment – 2 sessions - 80minutes each session)4th/5th Writing(One day assessment – 120 minutes)4th/5th Reading(Two-day assessment – 2 sessions - 80minutes each session)3rd-5th Math(Two-day assessment – 2 sessions - 80minutes each session)5th Science(Two-day assessment – 2 sessions - 80minutes each session)
The school district is currentlyexploring options for providingeLearning students with bustransportation for testing. Look forinformation coming soon.Bustransportationfor eLearningstudents
ELA Writing FSA (Grades 4 – 5) The Writing component of the ELA assessment consists of one text-basedconstructed-response item (students read a variety of texts and respond to aprompt).ELA Reading (Grades 3 – 5) ELA Reading assessments contain 56–66 items. ELA Reading sessions are administered over two days in 80-minute sessions.Mathematics (Grades 3 – 5) Mathematics assessments contain 56–66 items. Mathematics sessions are administered over two days in 80-minute sessions .Science (Grade 5 only) Science assessments contain 60–66 items.Science assessments are administered in two 80-minute sessions.
rd3Grade TestingStudents will take the reading and math FSA assessments BUT it’s the reading assessmentthat is connected to a Florida state statue for promotion from 3rd to 4th gradeStudents must score at least a level 2 on the reading FSA to beautomatically promoted to 4th grade Students who DO NOT SCORE at least level 2 on the readingFSA will be provided other opportunities to promote to 4thgrade No student will be retained twice in 3rd grade Portfolio Testing (a series tests – teachers have alreadystarted) Score of 50th percentile on an iReady reading orAchieve3000 on the spring assessment Other good exemption categories (notice was sent homewith students in late April)
th4 –th5Grade TestingThe results help to determine course work and options inmiddle school Studentswho score below level 3 on the reading ormath portion of the FSA may need to take remedialcourses in middle potentiallya student may need to take 2 readingcourses or 2 math courses and miss the opportunity totake a course like band or an art course Takingremedial course may limit the opportunity forother courses that the student may be interested inexploring
Organized Testing – B/M Brick and mortar students without IEP/504/ELL accommodations willtest with their teacher in their current classroom. Testing procedures will start around 9:00am Students will be provided a small snack Testing will be completed before the lunch block startsBrick and mortar students WITH IEP/504/ELL accommodations willhave an instructional staff member assigned to them for testing toensure accommodations are provided. Testing procedures will start around 9:00am Students will be provided a small snack Individual testing accommodations provided during testing session Lunch schedule will be adjusted as needed
Organized Testing - eLearning eLearning students without IEP/504/ELL accommodations will test in alocation that allows for limited access to the school grounds Parents will be provided with specific testing information at least 48 hours prior to testing (drop offand pick-up times/location) Parents will drop students off at the designated building for testing to minimize access to the schoolgrounds Students will be provided a small snack OR parent can provide a small snack NO LUNCH will be provided by the school as testing will end before the lunch block startseLearning students with IEP/504/ELL accommodations will test in alocation separate from students without accommodations and in alocation that allows for limited access to the school grounds Parents will be provided with specific testing information at least 48 hours prior to testing (drop offand pick-up times/location) Parents will drop students off at the designated building for testing to minimize access to the schoolgrounds Students will be provided a small snack OR parent can provide a small snack LUNCH will be provided by the school for students who are still testing at 11:30 OR parent canprovide a lunch Parents will be contacted for pick-up once the student has completed the assessment
Supporting Student SuccessTeacher and SchoolStudents and Families Provide targeted small groupinstruction based on data Encourage 20 to 30 min of focusedreading daily MTSS/RTI interventions andmonitoring Attend school daily so lessons arenot missed Provide opportunity for students topractice on iReady reading/mathand Achieve3000 Encourage the use of iReadyreading AND math at home Encourage the use of Achieve3000at home (Reading only) Keep track of data and know whereextra practice is needed Keep an open line ofcommunication with teacher Encourage independent reading forup to 30min during the readingblockTrack data with students to knowwhere students are excelling andwhere additional support is needed
FloridaDepartmentofEducation https://fsassessments.org/ Resourcesfor students/families Templates and practice items Seeexamples of the differenttypes of questions Moredetailed informationabout FSA testing
QuestionsandComments?Contact your child’s teacher with any questions,comments, or concerns about testing any timebefore the start of testing (April 6th).
ELA Writing FSA (Grades 4 –5) The Writing component of the ELA assessment consists of one text-based constructed-response item (students read a variety of texts and respond to a prompt). ELA Reading (Grades 3 –5) ELA Reading assessments contain 56–66 items. ELA Reading sessions are administered over
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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
Table 1 presents session lengths by grade in FSA ELA Reading. Table 2 presents session lengths by grade in FSA Mathematics and EOCassessments. The FSA ELA Writing assessment is one 120-minute session for all grade levels. FSA ELA Reading All FSA ELA Reading as
FSA EOC Students will take the Florida Standards Assessments (FSA) End-of-Course (EOC) assessment on the computer. You will complete the FSA EOC test over two days. Each session will last 90 minutes. You may continue working if you have not completed the session at t
Scores on FSA range from level 1 –5 where level 1 is the lowest score and level 5 is the highest. Grade 3 ELA Scores Florida law [section 1008.25(5), Florida Statures (F.S.)] says that third graders who score at Level 1 in reading on the statewide FSA –English Language Arts (FSA-ELA) must be
Florida Standards Assessment 2015 is the first year for FSA, which takes the place of FCAT in English/language arts (ELA), writing, and math. FSA is used to assess proficiency of the Florida Standards in ELA, writing, and math. Students in grade 3, 4, and 5 will take the FSA for ELA and math. Students in grades 4 and 5