KAP stands for Kansas Assessment Program. KELPA stand for Kansas English Language Proficiency Assessment.
These two assessments take place ever year in order to monitor our student’s growth and compare their achievment against normed standards.
It is crucial that students attend school on the days of state assesments. The schedule for 2022 is below:
The Kansas Assessment Program (KAP) includes a variety of tests and other tools aligned to the Kansas statewide curriculum standards. KAP tests and tools are designed to support educators and policymakers in evaluating student learning, as well as to meet the requirements for federal and state accountability.
The Kansas Assessment Program tests are developed by University of Kansas’ Achievement and Assessment Institute (AAI). AAI develops and administers educational testing programs that translate industry-leading research into real-world solutions in an effort to assist teachers in identifying strategies that will help students reach their greatest potential. AAI has worked with the Kansas Board of Education for more than 30 years providing quality tests for Kansas students.
Here is guide for accessing your student’s scores: https://ksassessments.org/sites/default/files/documents/Kite/Parent_Portal_User_Guide.pdf
Parent Portal: https://parentportal.kiteaai.org/
Unified School District #200 will prepare its students to live, learn, and work as productive adults and citizens in an ever changing global society in the 21st century. This preparation will be provided through an integrated comprehensive curriculum, dedicated staff, and parental and community involvement. Furthermore, it is our goal to provide appropriate learning opportunities for all students and to foster a desire to pursue lifelong learning.
Unified School District #200 will provide an educational environment that recognizes the individual differences of all students; that encourages each individual to develop to his/her highest possible potential mentally, physically, and socially; that promotes a positive self-image, self-discipline, self- respect, respect for others and other’s property, a sense of patriotism, respect for authority, and respect for family and community. The district will also provide a broad curriculum that enables individuals to think creatively, critically, and constructively; to recognize and solve problems logically; and to function as effective and responsible citizens in a democratic society.