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STAAR Testing Information

 
 

STAAR Scores Online Access for Parents and Guardians:

 

Paper copies of your student’s STAAR Student Report Card (Confidential Student Reports) will be mailed as soon as they are received (sometime during the week of July 10th).  In order to access your student’s STAAR scores now, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) has created an online student portal for parents.  Log into the student portal (https://www.texasassessment.com/) to view your child's STAAR scores and access additional resources.  This information is also accessible using mobile devices.

 

 

There are two ways to access/Log in to your child’s STAAR scores online:

1. Use your child’s Unique Access Code and birthdate.  If you have a previous year STAAR score report, the unique access code can be found at the bottom of the report (see image below).

 

 

2. Use the “Lookup Access Code” feature found at the bottom of the student portal (see image below) for parents by entering your child's first name, PEIMS ID (Social Security Number) and date of birth.  If you did not provide the district with your student’s social security number during registration, they were assigned a state identification number by the state. If you do not know your child's state identification number, a copy of your student’s scores will be mailed in July that will include your child's unique access code to log into the portal.

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The New STAAR Report Card

TEA has redesigned the STAAR Report Card, also known as the Confidential Student Report (CSR), to create a family-friendly report to highlight student progress.  Parents will now receive a 4-page folded booklet detailing the student’s performance and progress.

TEA Video on the New STAAR Report Card:  This video explains the changes in reporting STAAR results using the new STAAR Report Card.

Additional Resources:

Annotated Sample STAAR Report Card: Browse the different sections of the student report card.  Each section provides details on using the report to improve student learning.  The example below highlights Student Proficiency.

   

STAAR Report Cards For Each Grade: Example reports for grades 3 -11 (EOC)

What To Ask Your Child's Teacher: Parents are encouraged to prepare in advance using this list of questions.

What To Ask Your Child's Counselor: The EOC report also includes advice on preparing for college or a career.

Online Tools and Resources: This page requires the Student’s Unique Student ID Number which is found at the bottom of pages 2 and 3 of the STAAR Report Card.

 

Want more resources to Help Your Child in School?  Visit www.texasassessment.com for helpful tips and tools, including a recommended summer reading list.

Please contact your student’s campus if you require assistance.