District Test Coordinators
- Detailed Assessment Testing Calendar for 2016-2017
- District Test Coordinator Information Form
- Assessment Test Security Agreement for Superintendent/District Test Coordinator
- SY 16-17 Achievement Test Security Agreement for Staff
- The Examiner Newsletter
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The Achievement Testing District Test Coordinator is responsible for AzMERIT and AIMS Science.
AzMERIT is the statewide achievement test. Arizona public school students in Grades 3 through high school will take AzMERIT in English Language Arts and Mathematics at their grade level. Students taking high school level English Language Arts and Mathematics will take AzMERIT End-of-Course assessments that will test their proficiency in these subjects near the end of the course.
AzMERIT Test Calendar
AzMERIT Online Reporting System (ORS)
AzMERIT Test Administration Directions, Test Coordinator Manual, and DTC Checklist
AIMS Science will be administered to students in Grades 4, 8, and High School.
Test Window March 13 – April 21, 2017
AIMS Science Test Administration Directions and Test Coordinator Manual
AIMS Science Testing Accommodations
AIMS Science Resources
The Alternate Assessment District Test Coordinator is responsible for the MSAA Alternate Assessments and AIMS A Science.
The State’s Alternate Assessments (AIMS A Science and MSAA ELA and Mathematics) were designed for students with significant cognitive disabilities in Grades 3-8 and high school. Students must meet the eligibility requirements as determined by the student’s IEP team in order to participate in the State’s Alternate Assessments.
Testing Dates and Updates
Test Administration Directions and Test Coordinator Manuals
Alternate Assessment Reports
NCSC Practice Site
CoP (Communities of Practice)
The AZELLA District Test Coordinator is responsible for the AZELLA Assessment.
The Arizona English Language Learner Assessment (AZELLA) is a standards-based assessment that meets both state and federal requirements to measure students’ English language proficiency. AZELLA is used for both placement and reassessment purposes.