The annual Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) is a standards based criterion-referenced assessment used to measure a student’s attainment of the academic standards while also determining the degree to which school programs enable students to attain proficiency of the standards. Every Pennsylvania student in grades 3 through 8 take PSSA assessments in the Spring of each school year. High School students take a Keystone exit examine at the conclusion of their Literature, Biology, and Algebra classes.
Cameron County school district
2020 Testing Schedule
PSSA Testing - Woodland
April 20, 21, & 22 2020 (AM) Grades 3,4
April 20, 21, & 22 2020 (PM) Grades 5,6
April 28 & 29 2020 (AM) Grades 3/4
April 28 & 29 2020 (AM) Grades) 5,6
May 5 & 6, 2020 (AM) Grade 4
PSSA testing - Grades 7 & 8
April 21, 2020 (AM) Grades 7/8
April 22, 2020 (AM & PM) Grades 7/8
April 27, 2020 (AM & PM)
April 28, 20120(AM & PM)
Keystone Winter Exams - HS
May 14, 2020 (AM & PM)
May 12 2020 (AM & PM)
May 13 2020 (AM & PM)
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The Pennsylvania Department of Education recognizes that students – and the schools that serve them – are more than just standardized test scores. Launched in November 2018, the Future Ready PA Index is the result of discussions with thousands of educators, parents, advocates, policymakers, and business leaders across Pennsylvania about how communities should evaluate schools.
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