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State Accountability

Each Spring, Laveen School District administers statewide academic assessments provided by the State of Arizona to measure how well students are learning. Arizona’s Academic Standards Assessment (AASA) is administered in grades 3-8 in English Language Arts and Mathematics.  Arizona’s Science Assessment (AzSCI)  assessment is also administered in grades 5 and 8. These assessments are aligned to the Arizona Academic Standards adopted in 2016. Previous and similar assessments were called AzMERIT, AzM2, and AIMS Science. 

The State Board of Education developed the A-F Accountability Framework and releases A-F letter grades based on state assessments. The A-F Accountability Framework is refined by the State Board of Education on an annual basis.

2022-2023 Report Cards

In November 2023 the Arizona Department of Education released updated letter grades for each school, based on the 2022-23 assessment data. The Laveen School District has received top marks with three schools earning an “A” rating and six schools earning a “B” from the Arizona Department of Education for 2023. In addition to school letter grades, for the first time, Local Education Agencies (Districts) received districtwide letter grades. Laveen School District earned a “B”.

See the Laveen District’s schools’ grades and how scores are calculated.

See how each Laveen school scored:

Cheatham Elementary School

Desert Meadows School

Estrella Foothills Global Academy

Laveen Elementary School 

M.C. Cash Elementary School

Paseo Pointe School

Rogers Ranch School

Trailside Point School

Vista Del Sur Accelerated Academy