Infinite Campus Parent Portal
- Emergency Contacts
- Attendance Information (K-5th Grade)
Enabling text and voice message alerts through your Infinite Campus portal
Step 2: Select "Settings" from the dropdown
Accessing Progress Reports
Accessing Assessment Data
For every STAR assessment, your child receives a scaled score (SS), which is based on the difficulty of the questions and the number of correct answers. Scaled scores are useful for comparing your child’s performance over time and across grades. STAR Reading and STAR Math scaled scores range from 0–1400. STAR Early Literacy scaled scores range from 300–900.
STAR Scores in the Parent Portal are designated as Fall, Winter or Spring and are separated by area (Reading, Math and Early Literacy). Look at your child's score and compare it to the appropriate chart below to find your child's percentile in each area.
What does the percentile mean:
Students who test above the 40th percentile in the Fall are generally on track to meet grade level competency by the Spring.
Students exhibiting grade level competency in the Spring are testing at or above the 50th percentile.
Students exhibiting CMAS readiness in Reading and Math are testing at or above the 60th percentile in the Spring (grades 3-5 only).
Students scoring at or below the 25th percentile are in need of intervention.
Here is a breakdown of scaled scores for Reading by grade level (grades 1-5):
Here is a breakdown of scaled scores for Math by grade level (grades 1-5):
Here is a breakdown of scaled scores for Early Literacy by grade level (grades K-3):
If a student is a 2nd grader and scored 227 on their Fall assessment, they landed just above the 50th percentile score of 224 for Fall. On the Spring assessment, they scored 377, that is 50 points above the 50th percentile score of 327 and 50 points below the 75th percentile of 427...so we can estimate that they are about halfway between the 50th and 75th percentiles (so approximately 63rd percentile). This student exhibits grade level competency for 2nd grade.