Skip To Main Content

State Assessments

This page contains information related to Oregon State Assessments. 

Below are the annual notifications of Oregon State Assessments. If you have questions about your student's participation in Oregon State Assessments, please contact your school.  If you have general questions about Oregon State Assessments, please contact the Teaching, Learning and Assessment Program Secretary, Charlotte Fipps @ 

Annual Notification in English

Notificación anual en español (Annual Notification in Spanish)

Ежегодное Уведомление на русском языке (Annual Notification in Russian)


Woodburn School District is committed to preparing every learner with academic knowledge and skills necessary for success beyond high school. Oregon’s statewide assessments in English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics are fully aligned to Oregon’s State Standards and provide students in grades 3-8 and 11, along with their families, one measure of academic achievement and growth.  Assessment results identify your child’s strengths and areas for improvement in English Language Arts and Math. Each subject will be broken into categories and will show how well your child performed in each area. The assessments measure student learning on a scale that allows for comparisons across time.  While no single assessment can give a complete picture of your child’s progress, having your child take the statewide assessments provides educators and administrators with one source of information about what educational approaches are working and where additional resources may be needed. The data from state assessments helps inform district systems, supports and professional development for educators. Your child’s participation is important to ensure our schools receive the targeted resources they need to help all students succeed. Your child’s school will share your child’s scores with you at the end of the current school year or the beginning of the next to help support your child’s success as they move from grade to grade.


Students in grades 3-8 and 11 have the opportunity to take the Student Educational Equity Development (SEED) Survey this year. This survey will help the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) gather information about the educational experiences of students in Oregon. This information will help ODE to develop appropriate resources and supports for districts in Oregon, and better target those resources where they are most needed. SEED Survey data may also help districts develop a fuller picture of their local contexts and make strategic modifications to curriculum, instruction, and related academic supports that they offer students. 

For more information about the survey or to opt-out of the survey, please click on the link below.