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  Superintendent Ronald Thiele
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  565 NW HOLLY ST ISSAQUAH 98027-2899
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This displays student performance information for Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) for grades 3 through 8, and the High School Proficiency Exam (HSPE) starting with the school year 2009-10. For the previous years, the results show the Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL). You can view either details or trends for the individual school, school district or the entire state.

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5th Grade MSP


Science 5th Grade
NumberPercent
Meeting Standard including PP‡1,340 84.1%
Meeting Standard1,340 84.1%
Level 4 (exceeds standard)879 55.1%
Level 3 (met standard)461 28.9%
Basic (met standard)0 0.0%
Not Meeting Standard253 15.8%
Level 2 (below standard)168 10.5%
Level 1 (well below standard)75 4.7%
No Score*10 0.6%
Total1,593 100.0%
Meeting Standard excluding No Score  84.6%
Alternate Assessment (see WA-AIM)12  
WA-AIM12  
Not included in test calculations**38  
Total Enrollment1,643  
Note:
  • * Other (No Score) includes no booklet, enrolled but not tested, incomplete, insufficient, invalidated and tested out of grade level.
  • ** Exempted includes not enrolled during testing window, partially enrolled, medical exempt, previously passed and NNEP exempt.
  • ‡ Met Standard including PP includes all students that met the standard during this test administration and also includes students who have met the standard for this test during a previous test administration.