The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress
It is important that our students be prepared for testing in order for them to do their best. In order for this to happen, we need to continue to work together. Here are some ways that you can help your child do his/her best during these testing days:
- Tell your child that the test is important and that you expect him/her to try his/her best. Let them know that they will be taking tests for the rest of their lives so it is important to start out with a positive (I can do) attitude.
- Make sure your child attends school every day. Please make any appointments necessary at another time, or preferable on Wednesday afternoons when students are dismissed at 1:10 pm.
- Make sure your child gets to school on time. Testing will occur in the early parts of the school day when students are more alert.
- Children need to be fresh and rested. Make sure your child goes to bed early and gets the rest he/she needs so he/she can be alert and ready.
- Make sure your child eats a good and healthy breakfast. If your child eats breakfast at school, get him/her to school early so he/she has a relaxed breakfast.
- At home, ask your child about the CAASPP testing and what your child is doing.
Encourage your child to do his/her very best, just as we are encouraging him/her. If our child knows the testing is important to all of us, it will be more important to your child to try his/her best. Together we can better support your child.
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