2022 Elementary State Testing Dates

2022 Elementary State Testing Dates
Posted on 03/15/2022
testing info

Beginning on April 7, 2022, our students in grades 3-6 will be taking Ohio’s State Tests.  Third, fourth, fifth, and sixth graders will be taking the English Language Arts and Math State Tests.  The fifth-graders will also be taking the Science State Test.  All tests will be administered online using the state’s secure browser on our Chromebooks.  The testing schedule for our students is as follows:






Grades 3, 4, 5, & 6

ELA Part 1

April 7

ELA Part 2

April 8

Grades 3, 4, 5, & 6

Math Part 1

April 26

Math Part 2

April 27

Grade 5

Science Part 1

April 28

Science Part 2

April 28

IMPORTANTLY: On Thursday, April 28, 2022, our 6th grade students will NOT have school. We will be completing 5th grade science AIR tests that day, and the 5/6 teachers will be proctoring the science test to the 5th graders. So, again, ONLY the 6th grade students will be excused from school on
Thursday, April 28, 2022. All other students will report to school as usual.

If you would like more information and resources to practice with your student, you may visit the following website:  https://oh-ost.portal.cambiumast.com/families.html


Because we want the children to have an optimum environment for doing their best work, here are our recommendations:

  • Schedule relaxing, enjoyable activities with family the night before testing with a favorite meal.
  • Ensure your child gets plenty of sleep and wakes up well rested.
  • Provide your child a nourishing breakfast each morning before school.
  • Be on time for school, keeping in mind that students are tardy if they are not in the classroom at 9:05 AM.
  • Avoid scheduling appointments on testing dates, which would cause your child to be absent from school.
  • Understand that no child will be admitted to class after testing begins. We will provide a place for latecomers in another classroom until testing is over. We will make every effort not to interrupt classes during testing.
  • Encourage your child to do their best but do not stress them!

Together we will cheer our students on for success.  We are excited about this opportunity for students to show how much they know, and we are all confident that they will shine brightly in their performance.  Feel free to contact Melissa Drury or Maria Call, test coordinator, if you have any additional questions at [email protected] or [email protected]