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California Testing

SVUSD Testing Calendar

NOTE - The calendar shown indicates district-wide testing windows.  Each school site determines their own testing schedule please contact your school for specific dates and times for state testing. 

Why are Tests Changing?

 

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California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress - CAASPP

Why has California changed student assessment?

Comprehensive Plan for Student Success

Knowing that public schools are preparing students for the challenges of the future, California has developed a ...more

Smarter Balance Practice Test for CAASPP

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Click the "sign in" button to bypass the login credentials and take the test. 


 


 

CAHSEE - California High School Exit Exam

California Education Code (EC) Section 60850(a), enacted in 1999, authorized the development of the California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE). The CAHSEE has two parts: English-language arts (ELA) and mathematics. By law, each part is aligned with California’s academic content standards adopted by the State Board of Education (SBE). All students in California public schools must satisfy the CAHSEE requirement, as well as all other state and local graduation requirements, to receive a high school diploma. The primary purpose of the CAHSEE is to: (1) significantly improve student achievement in public high schools and (2) to ensure that students who graduate from public high schools can demonstrate grade level competency in reading, writing, and mathematics.

CAHSEE - English Language Arts Study Guide

CAHSEE - Mathematics Study Guide


 

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Physical Fitness Testing (PFT)

The physical fitness test (PFT) for students in California schools is the FITNESSGRAM®. The main goal of the test is to help students in starting life-long habits of regular physical activity.

Students in grades five, seven, and nine take the fitness test. The test has six parts that show a level of fitness that offer a degree of defense against diseases that come from inactivity. The test results can be used by students, teachers, and parents.

Since 1996, California Education Code (EC) Section 60800 has required that each local educational agency (LEA) administer a state-designated physical fitness test (PFT) to all students in grades five, seven, and nine. During the month of February, March, April, or May, the governing board of each LEA maintaining grades five, seven, or nine shall administer to each student in those grades the PFT. The test designated for this purpose by the State Board of Education is the Fitnessgram®. The Fitnessgram®, developed by The Cooper Institute, provides criterion-referenced standards to evaluate fitness. These standards represent minimum levels of fitness known to be associated with those health and physical characteristics that offer protection against diseases resulting from physical inactivity. Achievement of the fitness standards is based upon a score falling in the Healthy Fitness Zone (HFZ) for each of six fitness areas. The HFZ represents minimal levels of satisfactory achievement on the tasks. The goal is for students to achieve the HFZ for all six fitness areas of the physical fitness test.

SVUSD administers the PFT throughout the month of March to students in grades 5, 7, and 9.  The six areas tested in the district are:  Mile Run, Push Ups, Shoulder Stretch, Curl Up, and Trunk Lift.