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Olympia

School District

1113 Legion Way SE
Olympia, WA 98501
Office: (360) 596-6100

To get started click to the left under Assessment "Data Dashboard" 

Data Dashboards - How to use our data and links

  • Data Dashboards - 2 page data summaries
  • Each section on the Dashboard has detail on a tab under Assessment

Tabs below the Dashboard have links to:

  • * Quick view - reports created by OSD detail the data on the dashboard
  • Source data: links to online source used for the Quick view
  • Online: More About .... (website) links to general information about the topic.

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Assessment

District Testing:  Measures of Academic Progress (MAP)

The Olympia School District tests every student each spring in grades 2 through 8 on the MAP Reading and Math assessments.  MAP is a computer adaptive multiple choice test.  The scores are based on a growth model that goes up as the student answers more difficult questions.  The goal is to monitor the progress of each student from year to year.

State Testing:  Smarter Balanced

The Smarter Balanced tests are given each spring and report student levels of achievement on state achievement targets in English Language Arts and Mathematics.

College Bound Students:

At the high school level, the PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test), the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test), the AP (Advanced Placement) tests, the ACT (American College Testing) and IB (International Baccalaureate) tests are administered to those who choose to take them.

Contact Information:

 Alice Burman, Coordinator 596-8542          Kris O'Bryan, Assessment Specialist 596-8541