Additional Diagnostic Assessment Scores
Understanding your child's additional diagnostic assessment results
Based on results from academic universal screener assessments, some students may require additional testing to further identify specific learning areas that need support. The additional diagnostic assessment score report letter template is a resource for teachers to communicate to parents and guardians which additional assessments were given and notes describing important information learned from these tests.
This template is meant to be used across grades K-12 when student Virginia Kindergarten Readiness Program (VKRP), iReady (including the oral reading fluency measure in grades 1-3), or Math Inventory/Reading Inventory results prompt teachers to further assess the student's strengths and areas of need.
SCORE REPORT LETTER
Additional Diagnostic Assessment Results
Dear Parents and Guardians:
On the Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) Virginia Kindergarten Readiness Program, iReady, or Math Inventory/Reading Inventory Score Report, you saw a summary of your student’s universal screener performance for reading and mathematics. Based on your student’s academic screener scores, school staff needed more information about his or her strengths and areas for growth. As a result, your student was administered an additional assessment to help teachers better understand specific learning needs. School staff review these and additional data points to determine if interventions are needed.
The additional assessments administered to your student are checked in the list below.
___ CORE Phonics Survey
___ Phonological Awareness Skills Screener (PASS)
___ Passage Reading Fluency (For grades 4-6)
___ Addition and Subtraction
___ Multiplication and Division
___ Place Value
Below you will find notes from your student's teacher describing any important information learned through the additional diagnostic assessment(s) checked above.