Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Examinations
The State of Wisconsin requires all school districts to administer the Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Examinations to students in grades three, four, five, six, seven, eight, and ten. The tests measure student’s abilities in the areas of reading/language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. The test is used to identify advanced, proficient, basic, and minimal performance in these areas. These tests will be given on specific dates during the state testing window.
The School Performance Report is an annual publication of the School District and contains more information regarding student test scores. Also, a summary document of student test scores is produced annually by the District. Call the District Assessment Coordinator at the District Office if you would like to review test reports.