As a fellow stakeholder in the academic success of all of our students, Theodore Roosevelt School uses a wide range of data sources, regarding achievement, to drive educational decisions. To date, every student enrolled at TRS takes the state assessment, AZmerit, in the spring of each year. In addition to this, students will be given NWEA MAP (Measure of Academic Progress) assessments, three times a year (fall, winter, and spring).
Along with local assessments administered by our highly qualified staff, the results of these assessments allow us to keep a close eye on each student’s progress, from day-to-day, season-to-season, and for years to come.
Please consult the resources below to learn more about these assessments and how they can benefit your student.