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NEWS AND EVENTS
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RBHS Important Dates

3/5         Thursday          School Tour   8 - 9:30 am
3/7         Saturday          Saturday School 9am-12pm
3/11       Wednesday       PTSA meeting 6 - 7:30 pm RBHS Library
3/13       Friday               RBHS Show Up & Glow Up Dance - Sodo Pop  9 pm - 12 am
3/14       Saturday           SAT Test @ Rainier Beach High School
3/17 - 3/19                     HSPE testing
3/21       Saturday           World Dance Party 6:06 - 9:29pm RBHS Gym
3/25       Wednesday       District 2 Hour Early Release - 12:30 pm
3/26       Thursday           Rainier 2 Hour Early Release 12:30 pm 
3/28       Saturday           Saturday School 9am -  12 pm


Open House/ School Tours
      
       3/5     8 - 9:30 am

See attached flyer!
The Viking Shield, the RBHS student newspaper

Rainier Beach's student newspaper, The Viking Shield, published February 12th is linked here. Please read and enjoy! Ms. Skolnik is the teacher and co-advisor with Joe Livarchik. Joe not only co-advises but has continued to volunteer with our students and facilitate the layout and design for the last 2 1/2 years. Thank-you Joe!  

February 13, 2015 | Contact:           
(206) 252-6350

 
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Scholarship Deadlines!!!!
Juniors and Seniors please be sure to go to the Scholarships and the Counseling Corner pages for Scholarship information. Deadlines are quickly approaching. Please fill out your applications ASAP!

State Testing Information

 

English Language Arts (ELA) Exit Exam

Online Schedule

Grade

Subject

Requirement

Online Testing Schedule
(locally approved)

Spring 2015

10

English Language Arts

Required

Must be administered within the last 12 weeks of the school year: March 10 ‒ June 15, 2015

Paper/Pencil Schedule

Grade

Subject

Requirement

Paper/Pencil Testing Schedule
(locally approved)

Spring 2015

10

English Language Arts

Required

Must be administered within the last 3 weeks of the school year: No later than May 30, 2015

 

End-of-Course (EOC)

Paper/Pencil Schedule (No online testing available for EOC at this time)

Grades

Subjects

Requirement

Paper/Pencil Testing Schedule
(locally approved)

Winter 2015

9-12

Mathematics
(algebra 1, integrated math 1, geometry, integrated math 2)

Required for students who:

*       Are currently taking a semester-long algebra 1, integrated math 1, geometry, and/or integrated math 2 course

*       Previously took algebra 1, integrated math 1, geometry, and/or integrated math 2, but have not yet met standard

January 5 - February 6, 2015

7-12

Science (biology)

Required for students who:

*       Are currently taking a semester-long biology course

*       Previously took biology, but have not yet met standard

Spring 2015

9-12

Mathematics
(algebra 1, integrated math 1, geometry, integrated math 2)

Required for students who:

*       Are currently taking algebra 1, integrated math 1, geometry, and/or integrated math 2

*       Previously took algebra 1, integrated math 1, geometry, and/or integrated math 2, but have not yet met standard

May 11 - June 12, 2015

7-12

Science (biology)

Required for students who:

*       Are currently taking biology

*       Previously took biology, but have not yet met standard

*       Are in 10th grade and have not yet taken a biology course

 

High School Proficiency Exams (HSPE)

Paper/Pencil Schedule (No online testing available for HSPE at this time)

Grades

Subjects

Requirement

Paper/Pencil Testing Schedule
(state-mandated schedule)

August 2014
For currently enrolled students and non-enrolled 12th graders who have not met standard on HSPE

10-12

Writing
Reading

Required if student has not met standard on the reading and/or writing assessments

Writing: August 12 & 13, 2014
Reading: August 14, 2014

Spring 2015

11 & 12

Writing
Reading

Required if student has not met standard on the reading and/or writing assessments

Reading: March 17, 2015
Writing: March 18 & 19, 2015

 

Measurements of Student Progress (MSP)

Online Schedule

Grades

Subject

Requirement

Online Testing Schedule
(locally approved)

Spring 2015

5 & 8

Science

Required

April 20 ‒ June 5, 2015

Paper/Pencil Schedule

Grades

Subject

Requirement

Paper/Pencil Testing Schedule
(locally approved)

Spring 2015

5 & 8

Science

Required

April 20 ‒ May 19, 2015

 

Smarter Balanced Assessments

Online Schedule

Grades

Subjects

Requirement

Online Testing Schedule
(locally approved)

Spring 2015

3

English Language Arts

Required

March 10 ‒ April 23, 2015

Mathematics

Must be administered within the last 12 weeks of the school year: March 10 ‒ June 15, 2015

4-8

English Language Arts
Mathematics

Must be administered within the last 12 weeks of the school year: March 10 ‒ June 15, 2015

11

English Language Arts
Mathematics

Must be administered within the last 7 weeks of the school year: April 6 ‒ June 15, 2015

Paper/Pencil Schedule

Grades

Subjects

Requirement

Paper/Pencil Testing Schedule
(locally approved)

Spring 2015

3

English Language Arts

Required

March 10 ‒ April 15, 2015

Mathematics

Must be administered within the last 12 weeks of the school year: March 10 ‒ May 20, 2015

4-8

English Language Arts
Mathematics

Must be administered within the last 12 weeks of the school year: March 10 ‒ May 20, 2015

11

English Language Arts
Mathematics

Must be administered within the last 3 weeks of the school year: No later than May 30, 2015

 

Washington Alternate Assessment System-Developmentally Appropriate Proficiency Exam (WAAS-DAPE) – (Transitioning to Off Grade Level in Spring 2015)

Paper/Pencil Schedule (No online testing available for WAAS-DAPE at this time)

Grades

Subjects

Requirement

Paper/Pencil Testing Schedule
(locally approved)

Fall 2014
For currently enrolled students and non-enrolled 12th graders who have not met standard on WAAS-DAPE

11 & 12

Writing
Reading
Mathematics
Science*

Required if student has not met standard on the reading, writing, mathematics and/or science assessments, as stipulated in the student's IEP

November 3–14, 2014

Grades

Subjects

Requirement

Online Testing Schedule
(locally approved)

Spring 2015
(Off Grade Level)

11 & 12

Writing
Reading
Mathematics
Science*

Required if student has not met standard on the reading, writing, mathematics and/or science assessments, as stipulated in the student's IEP

Must be administered within the last 12 weeks of the school year: March 10 ‒ June 15, 2015

* Passing a science assessment is a graduation requirement for the Class of 2015 and beyond (students who entered 9th grade in the fall of 2011 or after).

 

Washington Alternate Assessment System-Portfolio (WAAS-Portfolio)

Paper/Pencil Schedule (No online testing available for WAAS-Portfolio at this time)

Grades

Subjects

Requirement

Last Data Collection Point

Fall 2014
Retake opportunity from spring 2012 WAAS-Portfolio submission

10

Writing
Reading
Mathematics
Science*

Required as part of state and/or federal accountability and graduation requirement, as stipulated in the student’s IEP

November 17, 2014**

11 & 12

Required if student has not met standard on the reading, writing and/or mathematics assessments, as stipulated in the student’s IEP

* Passing a science assessment is a graduation requirement for the Class of 2015 and beyond (students who entered 9th grade in the fall of 2011 or after).

** Actual schedule for data collection can be set by the student’s teacher as long as it aligns with the requirements established for each data point.

 

Washington English Language Proficiency Assessment (WELPA)

Paper/Pencil Schedule (No online testing available for WELPA at this time)

Grades

Subjects

Requirement

Paper/Pencil Testing Schedule
(locally approved)

2015

K-12

Writing
Reading
Listening
Speaking

Required, annually, for all qualified English language learner (ELL) students and students in the State Transitional Bilingual Education Program)

February 2 ‒ March 13, 2015

 

Scale Scores

Below are the scale score ranges for all levels on the grades 3-8 Measurements of Student Progress (MSP), High School Proficiency Exam (HSPE), and End-of-Course (EOC) exams. These are the same scale score ranges as the Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL), which was replaced as of 2009-10 school year. The scale score ranges include the lowest and highest attainable score on each test (reading, writing, math and science).

Reading

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Grade 3

275-374

375-399

400-425

426-500

4

275-374

375-399

400-423

424-475

5

275-374

375-399

400-421

422-475

6

275-374

375-399

400-424

425-475

7

275-374

375-399

400-417

418-475

8

250-374

375-399

400-418

419-500

HS

225-374

375-399

400-426

427-525

 

Math

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Grade 3

200-374

375-399

400-435

436-575

4

200-374

375-399

400-446

447-575

5

200-374

375-399

400-439

440-575

6

200-374

375-399

400-441

442-575

7

200-374

375-399

400-443

444-575

8

200-374

375-399

400-436

437-575

 

Writing

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Grade 4

0-6

7-8

9-10

11-12

7

0-6

7-8

9-10

11-12

HS

0-12

13-16

17-20

21-24

 

Math EOC

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Algebra/Integrated 1 /Makeup Year 1

200-374

375-399

400-442

443-675

Geometry/Integrated 2 /Makeup Year 2

200-374

375-399

400-435

436-600

 

Science

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Grade 5

200-374

375-399

400-431

432-550

8

250-374

375-399

400-430

431-550

 

Science EOC

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Biology

275-374

375-399

400-422

423-525

 

Notes:

1.    The lowest scale score is assigned to a booklet that earns zero points, when the minimum response criteria have been met.

2.    The highest scale score is assigned to a booklet that earns a perfect score.

3.    The cut scores between Levels 1 and 2, 2 and 3, and 3 and 4 were set by the A+ Commission for Reading and Writing at grades 4, 7 and 10; and by the State Board of Education for Reading in grades 3, 5, 6 and 8, Mathematics in grades 3-8 and EOC, and for Science in grades 5, 8 and EOC. The Mathematics scale scores above for EOC began with the spring 2011 End-of-Course exams. The Science scale scores above for grades 5 and 8 began with the spring 2011 Measurements of Student Progress. The Biology scale scores above for EOC began with the spring 2012 End-of-Course exams.

 

Link for Resources PRACTISE TEST QUESTIONS

http://www.k12.wa.us/Resources/default.aspx

 

 

 

 

Item/Point Totals: 2012 Administration

The grades 3-8 Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) and High School Proficiency Exams (HSPE) each take one session (generally two hours) to administer.

Grades 7-12 End-of-Course (EOC) exams for mathematics and science are intended to be administered to algebra 1/integrated math 1, geometry/integrated math 2 and biology classrooms for three days. The approximate 150-minute administration time includes 30 minutes for directions/distributing materials.

Below is a chart that lists how many 1-point items (multiple choice and completion) and 2-point items (short-answer) are included on each test by subject and grade.

 

Reading 2012

Item Type

Grade 3

Grade 4

Grade 5

Grade 6

Grade 7

Grade 8

HS

Multiple Choice (1 point)
Linked to Passage/Scenario
Multiple Choice (1 point)
Stand Alone
Completion Item (1 point)
Linked or Stand Alone

26

26

26

30

30

30

35

Short Answer (2 points)

4

4

4

5

5

5

5

Total Items

30

30

30

35

35

35

40

Total Points

34

34

34

40

40

40

45

Pilot Items (Questions)
Not Included in Student Scores

6

6

6

6

6

6

6

 

Mathematics 2012

Item Type

Grade 3

Grade 4

Grade 5

Grade 6

Grade 7

Grade 8

EOCs*

Multiple Choice (1 point)

20

20

20

25

25

25

29

Completion Item (1 point)

6

6

6

5

5

5

5

Short Answer (2 points)

4

4

4

5

5

5

3

Total Items (Questions)

30

30

30

35

35

35

37

Total Points

34

34

34

40

40

40

40

Course Specific Content Items
Student performance on these items is not incorporated into student scale scores for purposes of meeting standard.

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

6

Pilot Items (Questions)
Not Included in Student Scores

5

5

5

5

5

5

6

* High school exams in 2012 are end-of-course in algebra 1/integrated mathematics 1 and geometry/integrated mathematics 2. Both EOCs have same item and points totals.

 

Science 2012

Item Type

Grade 3

Grade 4

Grade 5

Grade 6

Grade 7

Grade 8

EOC

Multiple Choice and Completion Item
(1 point)
Linked to Scenario or Stand Alone

26

30

35

Short Answer (2 points)

4

5

5

Total Items (Questions)

30

35

40

Total Points

34

40

45

Pilot Items (Questions)
Not Included in Student Scores

5

5

5

 

Individual Score Reports (HSPE)

Every student in grades 3-8 and 10 who participates in state testing receives a score report. Score reports, mailed by school districts to each student’s home, show how a student performed on the specific tests they took in the spring. Below is a sample high school score report. Place your mouse on each individual balloon to learn more.

If you have specific questions about your child’s state testing scores and/or performance, please contact your school.

 

 

End-of-Course Exam

Every student who takes an end-of-course exam receives a score report. Score reports, mailed by school districts to each student’s home, show how a student performed on the specific tests they took in January/February (for retakes) or spring (end-of-year testing). Below is a sample high school score report. Place your mouse on each individual balloon to learn more.

If you have specific questions about your child’s state testing scores and/or performance, please contact your school.

Learn More

Scale Score Ranges
Performance Level Descriptors
Item/Point Totals
State Testing FAQs
Graduation Requirements
Resources and Handouts

 

 



 
January 21, 2015 | Contact:            (206) 252-6350

 
Parent Information for Collection of Evidence

Parent COE Information

COE Eligibility

Eligibility

Any student who has attempted the state test one time in the applicable content area

Transfer students who meet the criteria for Direct Access

Students who have been authorized to complete a subsequent COE

A student may submit one full COE, and subsequent COEs as needed, in each of the content areas (reading, writing, mathematics and biology) during their high school career.

Reading/Writing:

Eligible to Compile: All high school students who have completed two or more years of high school English

Eligible to Submit: A student who has attempted and not met standard on the reading and/or writing HSPE.

Mathematics:

Eligible to Compile: Students are eligible to work on a mathematics year 1 COE if they have taken or are currently enrolled in a high school algebra 1 or integrated 1 mathematics course. Students are eligible to work on a mathematics year 2 COE if they have taken or are currently enrolled in a high school geometry or integrated 2 mathematics course.

Eligible to Submit: A student who has attempted and not met standard on a mathematics EOC.

Biology:

Eligible to Compile: Students are eligible to work on a biology COE if they have taken or are currently enrolled in a high school biology course.
Eligible to Submit: A student who has attempted and not met standard on a biology EOC.

Please go to the COE guidelines and policies for additional information: Subsequent COEs - Updated 10/1/2014

Students have an opportunity to submit a subsequent COE after not meeting standard on a previous one. A subsequent COE must follow similar protocols for submission as those for original COEs in terms of using inclusion bank tasks, meeting sufficiency requirements and submitting the collection during the submission windows published by the state. Subsequent COEs do not qualify for the stipend and incur a $200 scoring fee. District Assessment Coordinators must authorize the development of a subsequent COE. Instructions can be found at: http://www.coe.k12.wa.us/domain/53

Standard Subsequent COE: If a student’s original COE score is above 50% of the proficient cut-score the student is limited to a subsequent COE with exactly four new work samples. It is recommended that at least one of the four new samples be completed as an on-demand task. If the decision is not to include a new on-demand task, the student’s previous on-demand tasks will be included in deriving a new total score. Sufficiency requirements are outlined as follows:

Sufficiency requirements for Standard Subsequent COE submission:

Biology and Mathematics: Examples of every strand must be represented in the collection.

Reading: Two literary work samples and two informational (including functional text and CTE options) work samples required.

Writing: Two expository work samples and two persuasive work samples required.

Expanded Subsequent COE: An expanded subsequent COE may be submitted if the student’s full collection has a score that is less than or equal to 50% of the proficient cut-score for the content area (e.g., Year 1 Math proficient cut-score is 24 and the student’s submission is scored 12 or less). An expanded subsequent collection contains 5 or 6 new work samples with two on-demand tasks required.

Sufficiency requirements for Expanded Subsequent COE submission:

Biology and Mathematics: Examples of every strand must be represented in the collection. At least two on-demand work samples are required.

Reading: At least two literary work samples and two informational (including functional text and CTE options) work samples required. At least 2 on-demand work samples are required with at least one literary and at least one informational included.

Writing: At least two expository work samples and two persuasive work samples required. At least two on-demand work samples are required with at least one expository and one persuasive sample included.

Content Area

Cut Score

Standard Subsequent

Expanded Subsequent

Reading

72

37-71

36 and below

Writing

17

9-16

8 and below

Math Yr 1

24

12-23

11 and below

Math Yr 2

14

8-13

7 and below

Biology

41

21-40

20 and below

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COE Assessment Materials - Policy Revised October 3, 2014

COE Assessment materials must be secure at all times.

The COE inclusion banks of passages, tasks, prompts and scenarios are not to be used for instruction or curriculum. COE tasks are not to be used, in part or entirety, as templates or samples for instructional purposes. COE materials are for the assessment only. Duplication of the COE materials for any purpose other than providing students with the materials needed to respond to the tasks for submission is not allowed. Whenever inclusion tasks are used by students whether in print or online all administration protocol must be followed per guidelines for this secure state assessment.

  • Math tasks may be printed one per student for the sole purpose of submitting them in a collection.
  • Reading passages may be printed one per student for the sole purpose of reviewing the text and drafting responses. All final answers on the reading COE tasks must be submitted in the online system.
  • Writing prompts may be printed one per student for the sole purpose of brainstorming, drafting, and revising work. All final work on the writing COE prompt must be submitted in the online system.
    • For reading and writing: At the time of submission, any or all printed materials must be destroyed in a secure setting. Printed materials used for on-demand tasks must be destroyed in a secure setting immediately following the student submitting the task. Printed materials used for extended time responses must be held in a secure setting in the classroom, not shared with other educators, and not held over from previous administrations.
  • Biology tasks may be printed one per student for the sole purpose of drafting a response to a question. The printed material allows the student to read the inclusion bank task while simultaneously entering their work in the response box. All final answers on the biology COE tasks must be submitted through the online system.
    • Printed materials used for on-demand tasks must be destroyed at the end of the testing session. Only print the item within the task that is being worked on during that testing session.
    • Printed materials used for extended time responses must be held by the teacher at the end of each testing session, and then destroyed in a secure setting once the student has completed their extended time task.

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Sufficiency: A COE must meet all sufficiency requirements in order to be scored.

Sufficiency and Mathematics collections: If a student submits a task without any student work included, the task is removed from the collection and is not scored. Removal of an entire task may result in the collection having fewer than 6 work samples or fewer than two on-demand work samples which would result in an insufficient collection. Insufficient collections are returned to the district unscored.

The on-demand work samples differ from the extended time work samples in that on-demand work samples must be completed in a single continuous setting (session); Biology allows for an on-demand work sample to be completed in parts.

At least two on-demand work samples must be included in a COE.

Reading: http://www.coe.k12.wa.us/Page/126
Writing: http://www.coe.k12.wa.us/Page/127
Mathematics: http://www.coe.k12.wa.us/Page/128
Biology: http://www.coe.k12.wa.us/domain/49

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Test Security: All extended time responses and on-demand responses must be done under the supervision of the teacher or educational professional and are not to be taken outside the classroom or testing area. The room should be prepared for testing following the same guidelines as the content specific HSPE or EOC. Proctors must be trained on guidelines and procedures for administration. All work on a COE is only to be that of the applicable student.

Preparation for task administration in the classroom: In the reading, writing, mathematics, and biology guidelines specific instructions for administrating tasks in the classroom or another secure location will be provided. The content-specific guidelines will cover room and material preparation, proctor responsibilities for on-demand and extended-time work, content policies, and management of secure test materials. DAC and Teacher COE training: Similar to the HSPE and EOC proctor training, the COE training is designed to provide the critical information to implement the COE assessment with fidelity to the security protocols and best practices for assessing students. It is expected that all COE teachers participate in this training prior to implementing the COE assessment.

Security protocolsmust be followed in order to maintain the validity of the COE assessment tasks and other materials associated with the assessment. The online COE inclusion bank stores all COE tasks in the four content areas. The inclusion bank is a secure test site and, similar to the large-scale state assessments, the assessment materials are limited for use by the students compiling and submitting collections. Educators may not share the tasks, remove tasks from the classroom, use tasks for classroom instruction or duplicate tasks in part or in its entirety for any reason. Printing of the math tasks, passages from the reading tasks, and diagram pages for Biology tasks is to be done on behalf of a student, in support of the student’s specific need.

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Test irregularities:

Students with invalidated collections must compile a full collection consisting of entirely new tasks.

• 6 - 8 samples

• Minimum of two on-demand

• Full strand coverage

Please see the Test Irregularities Section of the COE guidelines here.

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COE and Accommodations:

Universal tools, designated supports and accommodations are detailed in the state's accessibilities guidelines. The Collection of Evidence is designed to support these accessibility features. COE students may access accommodations as stated in their IEP or 504 plan. For more information, refer to the WA Accessibility Guidelines or contact assessment@k12.wa.us for more information.

Large Print Accommodation - Process for handling large print inclusion tasks for students with vision impairments:

Mathematics COE-Provide instructional intervention and practice opportunities as relevant for the student. In preparation for the student to begin compilation of the inclusion bank task, print out the task on 8.5”x11” and 11”x17” (or larger) paper. Retain the printed tasks in a secure location in the classroom. When the student is ready to complete the task provide the student with the large print task. For an extended-time task that is completed during one or more sessions, the printed task must be stored in a secure location between sessions. On-demand tasks must be completed in one session and have the printed task retained in a secure location until the whole collection is ready for submission. Upon completion of the task, an educator will transcribe the student work (verbatim) from the large print task (11”x17” or larger) onto the regular sized task (8.5”x11”). Once the task has been fully transcribed, both the large task and the regular task will be retained securely at the school until submission of the collection. All paper-based copies of the task must be submitted to the COE Scoring Center at ESD 113.

Reading, Writing and Biology COE-please contact OSPI COE staff for assistance.

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English Language Learners:

All student responses must be submitted in English.

Mathematics and biology may have the assessment materials presented to them in their native language.

  • Human readers employed by the district.
  • District-provided print translation of the materials (print translations must be accomplished by school or district staff)
  • Word-to-word translation device reading directions, stimuli, and questions to the student in his or her native language.

For the mathematics and biology collections, the oral presentation will require the human reader to translate, as close to verbatim as possible, all stimulus materials (e.g., science scenarios, mathematics problems, and test questions).

Writing may have an oral presentation of the writing prompt:

  • A district-provided print translation of the prompt (print translations must be accomplished by school or district staff)
  • A word-to-word translation device reading the prompt in his or her native language

Reading may have an oral presentation of the directions only:

  • A district-provided print translation of the directions and items/questions (print translations must be accomplished by school or district staff.
  • A word-to-word translation device reading the directions or items/questions in his or her other native language

Translation in any format is not permitted for the passage/stimulus for the reading tasks.

NOTE:
Students may use bilingual word-to-word dictionaries that assist students; dictionaries must not include definitions that would aid the student with identifying or generating responses.
If print translations are provided to students, the print materials must be handled and disposed of following the same security protocols established specific to the COE program.

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Level 2 Cut Score for COE

The L2 cut-score for COEs and the ability of students to meet standard at a‘Basic’ level in a given subject in accordance with decisions made by a student’s IEP team are effective immediately, allowing for retroactive application of ‘Basic’ in the established content areas (reading, writing, mathematics and biology). “Retro Basic” updates will be available to any students still enrolled in the K-12 system, per concurrence of the IEP team.

The following outlines the specifics of each content area’s Proficient Cut and Level 2 cut-score:

COE Cut Scores

Total Points

Proficient Cut

Level 2 Cut

Reading

96

72

64

Writing

24

17

13

Math Yr 1

32

24

21

Math Yr 2

24

14

11

Biology

56

41

30

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January 20,2015 | Contact:            (206) 252-6350

 
PTSA Arm Sox Fundraiser!
PTSA Arm Sox fundraiser.  
What: PTSA Orange and Blue Arm Sox (can be worn as leg warmers) fundraiser
Cost: $10 a pair
Purpose: To assist students with their pay to play fees and/or their ASB cards.  

Please contact rainierbeachptsa@gmail.com if you want to purchase a pair.


November 15, 2014 |

 

 
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