School grade calculations as determined by the state using the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) will be released in the coming days.
Assessment & Accountability
Beginning Tuesday, January 23rd, parents in Seminole County Public School’s will have the opportunity to take part in the development of a new method to showcase what makes each of our schools unique. SCPS has partnered with Datanautix, a local data analytics firm, to create a new, more transparent school report card that will feature a snapshot of parent, student and school staff perceptions as well as other critical data points.
All responses are collected anonymously and no personally identifiable information will be included as a part of the survey. The survey will be open from January 23rd to February 23rd.
Please click here to access the survey.
The primary objective of the Department of Assessment & Accountability is to preserve the integrity of all student achievement data and to provide that data in a timely manner to be used for a variety of educational decision-making purposes.
To ensure that student and school academic performance information is accurate,clear, and meaningful to all students, parents, educators, and community members, we provide training for, and the coordination of, all state and federally mandated student assessment programs.
Additionally, we offer such services as data collection, analysis, assessment and interpretation, and the generation of reports for schools and other instructional groups.
Please visit our site often for the latest in test score information, accountability system updates, and links to other useful sites.
Florida law requires Seminole County Public Schools (SCPS) and all SCPS students to participate in the statewide, standardized assessment program. Specifically, Section 1008.22(3), F.S., states, "Participation in the assessment program is mandatory for all school districts and all students attending public schools, including students seeking a standard high school diploma under s.1003.4282 and students in Department of Juvenile Justice education programs, except as otherwise provided by law..." SCPS will fully comply with Florida law.
The following information is provided in response to SCPS parent questions posed to SCPS about the assessment program and the administration of the assessments in Seminole County schools.
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Seminole County Public Schools (SCPS) is excited to announce that school grades for the 2014-2015 school year were released today from the Florida Department of Education (FDOE).