|Director III||Becca Meyer||702-799-1041||5308|
|Coordinator IV||Anne Jacklin||702-799-1041||5258|
|Coordinator IV||Nicole Whitaker||702-799-1041|
|Coordinator IV||Heath Horvat||702-799-1041||5228|
|Coordinator IV||Dr. Brian Daw||702-799-1041||5362|
|Coordinator III||Michele Rhine||702-799-1041||5957|
|Admin Secretary II||Dana Hanson||702-799-1041||5163|
|Admin Secretary I||Patricia Judge||702-799-1041||5949|
|Utility Worker||Jesus Perez||702-799-1041||5965|
The Assessment Department provides technical assistance and support materials for summative assessments such as the Nevada CRTs and the Nevada High School Proficiency Examinations. Assessment plays an integral role in the adoption of the upcoming Common Core State Standards assessments created by the Smarter Balance Assessment Consortium (SBAC).
Testing Calendars & Resources
Please click here to view assessment calendars and related resources.
About the End of Course (EOC) Exams
The Nevada State Board of Education has established new requirements for graduation from high school that are taking the place of the Nevada High School Proficiency Exams. As required by state law NRS 390.600, students will take four EOC exams in the content areas of English Language Arts/Literacy, Mathematics, and Science (class of 2020 and beyond). Students are eligible to take the EOC exams in the spring, at the conclusion of the aligned math, English, and/or science courses taken. EOCs measure how well a student understands the subject areas tested as they align to the Nevada Academic Content Standards. The following guides and video explain Nevada's new graduation requirements and how to understand your child's achievement level with each subject assessed.
About the SBAC
The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) is a state-led consortium working to develop next-generation assessments that accurately measure student progress toward college- and career-readiness.
SBAC is one of two multi-state consortia developing assessment systems aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) by the 2014-2015 school year.
The Clark County School District supports the Nevada adoption of the SBAC assessments. Additional information can be found below.
Parent and Student Guide
SBAC Interim Parent Resources
2016-17 Interim Assessments Blueprints:
Sample Assessment Items
Rubrics and Scoring Guides
ELA and Mathematics Blue Prints
Practice and Training Test User Guide
Classroom Activities to Use as Practice
Classroom Activity Administration Guidelines
FAQs for Teachers
The Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 (ESSA) Section 1112(e)(2) states that parents of students in Title I schools have a right to know about policies regarding student participation in any assessments mandated by the state or District, including any policy, procedure, or parental right to opt students out of such assessments. If you would like to receive information about this topic, please contact your child's school.