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  • District Assessments

  • Georgia Milestones Assessments

  • CogAT

    Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT)

    Students Taking this Test

    This school year, students in grades 1, 2, & 5 will take the Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT) which measures students’ verbal, quantitative, and nonverbal reasoning abilities. The results of this test will help assess how well your child is performing and assist with plans to meet your child’s academic needs.

    Dates of Administration 

    • Monday, September 9, 2019: Verbal Battery - Sections 1, 2, & 3
    • Tuesday, September 10, 2019: Quantitative Battery - Sections 4, 5, & 6
    • Wednesday, September 11, 2019: Nonverbal Battery - Sections 7, 8, & 9
    • Thursday and Friday, September 12-13, 2019: Make-up Session

    Helpful Information for Parents and Students

    Although no studying or preparation is necessary for this test, the following recommendations should help your child do his/her best each day:

    • Get plenty of rest
    • Eat a healthy breakfast
    • Be at school on time
    • Be prepared (glasses if needed)

  • Iowa Tests

    About the Iowa Assessments

    From September 23 – September 27, 2019 students in grades two and five will take the Iowa Assessments™. 

    The Iowa Assessments help determine how students are performing on nationwide standards. These assessments measure achievement in several important content areas including Reading, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science (grade 5 only), and Social Studies (grade 5 only).

    The Iowa Assessments help teachers identify a student’s strengths and areas that may need additional emphasis. The Iowa Assessments also measure student growth and progress in the content areas assessed from year to year and may provide information about college readiness for older students. The assessments produce information that enables sound decision making and provides a focus for teachers to evaluate instruction.

    How your student can prepare for test taking—and what you can do to help:

    A student who is well rested, well fed and has a positive attitude about testing is best prepared for testing. You can help your student do his or her best by considering these tips:

    • Make sure that your student is in school and on time on test days.
    • Make sure your student gets a good night’s sleep and eats a healthy breakfast before each day of testing.
    • Remind your student that these tests are only one measure of what he or she has learned. Emphasize that you have confidence in his or her ability to do the best job possible.
    • Remind your student to listen to the directions and read each question carefully during testing. Encourage your student to ask the teacher for help if he or she does not understand the directions.