During the month of October, students in grades 2-8 will remotely take the NWEA MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) assessment in Reading and Math. Each of the two assessments take approximately one hour. Teachers use the data from these assessments to make informed decisions about instructional practices for their students. Parents will receive the results of their child’s assessments at Parent/Teacher Conferences, and more information can be found online in the Family Toolkit.
To understand how students will take the MAP assessment remotely and the expectation of parents during this process, please join Mr. Lefferson, Principal of Robinson School, as he provides some tips for Test Day: Lyons SD 103 NWEA MAP Growth Testing for Fall 2020