WHAT IS THE NWEA?
NWEA is a nationally-normed test that measures student growth and proficiency. It is administered three times a year in English and Math classes and provides important information about how a student is growing, where they compare nationally to other students in the same grade, and if they are performing on, above, or below grade level.
How do I Prepare to take the NWEA tests?
- Go to THIS WEBSITE and follow all instructions to be prepared for this test. There are 2 important steps on the website to make sure you and your computer are ready. Please complete both steps!
- Watch this VIDEO from Principal Robinson.
Grades Subjects Tested
3-5 Reading and Math
6-8 Reading and Math
9-11 Reading and Math
9-11 Language (Special Education)
WHERE DOES MY STUDENT COMPLETE THE NWEA?
The NWEA Assessments are administered remotely during your student’s regular online class time. These online tests are given at the Beginning, Middle, and End of the Year to measure growth and help our teacher identify content areas your student may need additional support in. The NWEA is NOT a required State assessment, it is a REQUIRED school assessment.