The Greenville ISD Board of Trustees approved changes to the school calendar during an emergency meeting called on Thursday, July 23, 2020. As a result, the District Assessment Calendar has been updated for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. Please note that all dates are subject to change as the state releases updated information due to COVID-19.
The Greenville ISD assessment calendar is available in two formats: a less detailed month by month at a glance view and a more detailed nine week grading period view. For additional specifics regarding individual campus day to day testing schedules please contact your child's campus administrator.
To view the month by month GISD Assessment at a Glance Calendar click here Updated 9/22/2020!
To view the Greenville ISD Assessment Calendar by nine week reporting period click here Updated 9/22/2020!
TEA assessment calendars may be viewed at https://tea.texas.gov/student.assessment/calendars/Improving the academic achievement of the students within the district is the target. By having an organized assessment system that is aligned to state and district standards and that provides information to parents, administrators, and teachers for the purpose of improving student achievement, this target can be obtained. Greenville ISD currently uses data from a variety of sources: norm-referenced tests, statewide criterion-referenced tests, and locally designed summative assessments in order to measure student learning. Formative and summative assessments are used to evaluate student progress toward mastery of the written curriculum and state assessment goals. Student assessment must provide for the acquisition, analysis, and communication of student achievement data to:
- Guide teachers’ instruction at appropriate levels of depth and challenge.
- Guide students’ learning.
- Guide district/campus improvement of curriculum alignment and programmatic decisions.
- Communicate progress to parents to support learning at home.
District data from formative and summative assessments will be monitored in order to evaluate overall effectiveness and student achievement results.