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St. John School District
  Superintendent Suzanne Schmick
509.648.3336    (more info)
  301 W NOB HL SAINT JOHN 99171-0058
Educational Service District 101
 

This displays student performance information for the Smarter Balanced Assessments for grades 3 through 8 and 11 starting with the school year 2014-15. You can view either details or trends for the individual school, school district or the entire state.

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3rd Grade SBA


English Language Arts 3rd Grade
NumberPercent
Meeting Standard including PP‡9 69.2%
Meeting Standard9 69.2%
Level 48 61.5%
Level 31 7.6%
Basic0 0.0%
Not Meeting Standard4 30.7%
Level 23 23.0%
Level 11 7.6%
No Score*0 0.0%
Total13 100.0%
Meeting Standard excluding No Score  69.2%
Alternate Assessment (see WA-AIM)   
WA-AIM   
Not included in test calculations**1  
Total Enrollment14  
Math 3rd Grade
NumberPercent
Meeting Standard including PP‡9 75.0%
Meeting Standard9 75.0%
Level 47 58.3%
Level 32 16.6%
Basic0 0.0%
Not Meeting Standard3 25.0%
Level 23 25.0%
Level 10 0.0%
No Score*0 0.0%
Total12 100.0%
Meeting Standard excluding No Score  75.0%
Alternate Assessment (see WA-AIM)   
WA-AIM   
Not included in test calculations**1  
Total Enrollment13  
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.