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    Assessments
     

    All students in grades 3-8 will take Missouri Grade Level assessments which correlate to their grade level and courses of study. In grades 3-6, students take Grade Level Assessments (GLA) in the areas of English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics.  Science is administered in grades 5 and 8. Middle School students enrolled in Algebra I will take the End-of-Course exam for this area.  

     

    All students in grades 9-12 will take End-of-Course assessments which correlate to their grade level and courses of study.  Students take End-of-Course exams in Algebra I, Algebra II, Biology I, English II and Government.

     

    All students in attendance on test administration days will take these assessments with the exception of the following exemptions:

    • Students whose IEP teams have determined that the MAP-A is the appropriate assessment.
    • English Language Learners (ELL) who have been in the United States 12 months or fewer at the time of the administration may be exempt from the ELA portion.

     

    Additionally, students will take common assessments throughout the year to guide instruction and provide information on academic growth. A district assessment calendar will be available at the beginning of the school year and assessment results will be made available to parents. For more information about the District Assessment Program, refer to Board of Education Policy I-195-P.

     

    Elementary Assessment Plan 

    Elementary Assessment Calendar 

    Secondary Assessment Plan 

    Secondary Assessment Calendar

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    Dr. Jennifer Renegar
     
    Jennifer Renegar
    Jennifer Renegar serves the Republic School District as Data & Assessment Specialist and Project Lead the Way Coordinator.  Jennifer believes data is a powerful tool to inform and create opportunities for students and educators and is a means to provide insights that lead to systematic improvement.   Jennifer is passionate about helping teachers and leaders to know their impact.  She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education from Missouri State University and a Doctorate of Educational Leadership and Curriculum at Evangel University.  In a previous role within the district, Jennifer served as the Secondary Curriculum Specialist.  Prior to joining Republic in 2012, Jennifer held the roles of K-12 math curriculum specialist and high school math teacher.  Outside of work, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her husband, children, and other family and friends.