iReady Testing: 23-24

Diagnostic Assessment: 28 AUG-15 SEPT., Middle of Year: 10 Jan-26 Jan 2024, End of Year Assessment: 20 May-7 JUN 2024. This assessment is given three times a year and assist teachers with adjusting their instruction and provide remediation support to our students. Please encourage your child to try their best on all assessments.


Calle Mayor State Testing: 23-24

Most years, Calle Mayor will be having a modified schedule due to State Testing at SHS. Calle Mayor will be on a Block Style Schedule for some days, historically testing occurs during the month of MAY. Additional information will be made available as we get closer to this event. Students are encouraged to bring their own headphones to use during the test, the school will provide headphones to students who do not have or forget theirs. Students who attend SHS will continue to attend those classes during our testing schedule, during the MATH and Science testing days at Calle students who attend SHS will take their math and science test in their PE/Elective class during those days. See the schedule for subject testing days and periods.


Warning Bell: 8:35am

Testing Block(Students report to their 1st Period for this): 8:40-10:40am

Break: 10:43-10:58am

Period 1:11:01-11:33am

Period 2: 11:36-12:08pm

Period 3: 12:11-12:43pm

Lunch: 12:43-1:31pm

Period 4: 1:34-2:06pm

Period 5: 2:09-2:41pm

Period 6: 2:44-3:16pm

Testing Days by Subject:

WED: 8 MAY: ELA(Part 1)

THUR: 9 MAY: ELA(Part 2)

FRI: 10 MAY: Make-up and also a regular schedule.

MON: 13 MAY: MATH(Part 1)

TUES: 14 MAY: Regular Tuesday Late Start Schedule

WED: 15 MAY: MATH(Part 2)

THUR: 16 MAY: SCIENCE(8th Graders only)

FRI: 17 MAY: Make-up and also a regular schedule

Helpful Testing Info

Make sure your child gets a good night's sleep and eats a healthy breakfast

Many teachers report that students who don't do well on tests haven't gotten enough sleep, and haven't eaten breakfast on the morning of the test. Doing both of these things will ensure that your child is working at full capacity.

Make sure your child is prepared

We do provide headphones for the test and scratchpaper for the test, please assist us by making sure your chiild has a pencil and eraser. Students are encouraged to bring their OWN headphones to use dutring the test, wireless headphones will NOT work. Students who are sick will be allowed to make it up.

Remain positive

Staying calm will help your child stay calm. If she gets nervous about the test or is likely to experience anxiety during the test, help her practice some relaxation techniques that she can try once she's taking the test 

Practice Tests

The CAASPP Test has a practice version that can be done online. Students can take these tests as much as they want, a link to the test can be found here: