PARCC / NJSLS Assessments
Haledon Public School believes that assessment is an important component of good teaching and essential to understanding student learning. From the embedded formative assessments that every teacher uses daily to the structure of standardized assessments, it is our philosophy that gathering and analyzing these data help us to continually improve our work of teaching and learning.
In accordance with N.J.S.A. 18A:L7C-6.6, please be advised that the link to the Haledon Testing calendar informs you of the State assessments or commercially-developed standardized assessment that will be administered to students in the coming school year.
Be A Learning Hero
You've got what it takes - you know your child best. But even superheroes need a team. We're here to help you along the way - with simple actions to help your child reach his or her goals.
PARCC Practice Tests
Would you want to know what taking the English/Language Arts/Literacy or Math portion of the PARCC Performance-Based Assessment is really like? A practice test for each grade is available for you to use to familiarize yourself with the kinds of items and format used for the PBA tests.
Parent Roadmaps to the Common Core Standards- (In English and Spanish)
The Council of the Great City Schools' parent roadmaps in English language arts/literacy provide guidance to parents about what their children will be learning and how they can support that learning in grades K-8. These parent roadmaps for each grade level also provide three-year snapshots showing how selected standards progress from year to year so that students will be college and career ready upon their graduation from high school.
This toolkit will help you navigate your child’s journey from pre-kindergarten through high school. It is designed to help you track and support progress at each stage.
Raise the Bar: Parents Helping Parents
A community of parents committed to high expectations and support to ensure our children’s educational success. We are working to provide ways for parents to understand how our children are doing, how parents can help at home, and how we can promote meaningful family involvement in education.