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Assessment & Data

The Chappaqua Central School District is committed to using data to inform decisions and to track the impact of these decisions over time.  We carefully track student progress, program efficacy, curriculum strength, and the impact of events such as the COVID pandemic on student performance.  

We are committed to having a "healthy relationship" with data as we ensure that it enhances our "whole-child" approach.  Teaching and learning are far too complex to be captured and reduced to a spreadsheet.  Nevertheless, these data, when taken together with all that we know about teaching the whole-child can be a powerful lever for improvement in high-performing systems. 

NWEA Resources

NWEA is our universal screener used to track student growth and achievement in both reading and math. Students in grades 1 through 8 take this assessment three times each year.

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District-Wide Data Systems

The following list includes many of the District-wide performance measures that we collect and track to support progress monitoring and data-informed decisions.

Elementary School

Middle School

High School

The above list does not include special assessments given to individual children as part of English as a New Language, Academic Intervention, and/or Special Education supports. 

Annual Assessment Report

Each year, the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction presents an update on student performance to the Board of Education.

Annual Assessment Reports

2023 Part 1

2023 Part 2

2022 Part 1

2022 Part 2