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NYSESLAT

            NYSESLAT               

 

 

               

                                                                

 

                                  

                                Every April & May all NYS ESL students are given a state mandated test (NYSESLAT) to assess their proficiency and growth in English.

 Cada mayo, los estudiantes en ESL toman un examen de mandato del estado de Nueva York que se llama NYSESLAT para evaluar sus habilidades y progreso en inglés.

 

 

*The test levels are K, 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-12.   


Testing tips
 

  • Please send your child to school every day on time. Attendance is essential for students to be successful throughout the year, and the testing schedule is demanding. Unless your child is ill, he/she should be in school.
  • Be sure that your child gets a good night's sleep and eats a healthy breakfast. Wellness is important every day, especially during testing. Students who are well rested and nourished will perform to the best of their ability on assessments.
  • Help your child relax and reduce unnecessary anxiety. Students are well prepared for important state assessments. Join us in reminding your child that testing is an opportunity to "show what you know."


            (Contact Mid-state RBERN at http://betac.ocmboces.org/ for more information)

              Click on the pictures below to read more about the NYSESLAT:             

 

                                                   

NYSESLAT School

Administrator's Manual

 

 

 

           

 

 

          

2014 NYSELAT Parent Brochures

 

 

 

 

Guide to the 2014 NYSESLAT 

 

 

 

 

 

graphics from www.school-clip-art.com

New NYSESLAT Test

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Laura Stevens