The Freehold Township School District uses a variety of federal, state, and local assessments to measure student progress, determine instructional needs, and develop curricula and programming for students based on assessed data. The assessments below are a sample of those given throughout the year for students in grades PK-8. Additionally, teachers in the classroom are using a wide variety of assessment tools, including formative and summative assessments, observational and anecdotal data throughout the school year to design instruction that best meets the needs of every student in every classroom.
Also, below are links to the LinkIt parent portal and information about PK and elementary standards based report cards. These resources further enhance the connections between home and school providing families with access and information about student specific assessment data and standards based report cards.
NWEA MAP Testing
ACCESS and Alternate ACCESS for ELLs
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM) Year End (YE) Model
NJSLS-ELA, Math, and Science Spring
- LinkIt is our district's digital clearing house for student assessment data. Standardized tests, district benchmarks, and classroom assessment data can all be housed in LinkIt for a one-stop-shop to review and analyze student data. Click here to learn more about accessing and navigating the LinkIt parent portal and to log in and review your child's assessment data.