Check Parent/Student Portal for Updated Scores
Students who have taken the OSTP/CCRA state tests now have their scores available online via the Parent/Student Portal. According to the Director of Accountability and Assessment, Joan Gabelmann, these final test scores include more scoring information than the preliminary reports.
“The OSTP/CCRA preliminary scores do not include any paper/pencil student scores,” Gabelmann said. “Students that took a paper version of the test rather than an online version of the test did not have scores available when the online preliminary scores were released. The final score reports include all versions of state testing.”
All Parent/Student portal accounts have been reset, which means parents/guardians who have not logged in this year will need to register even if they’ve logged on last year.
To log in to the portal, please use your student’s State Testing Number (STN) which was mailed or emailed to you from your school site. If your student has taken the OSTP tests in prior years, the STN will also be located on previous OSTP paper parent reports.
If you are in need of assistance navigating the OSTP Portal, the following guides are available:
- Parent/Student Portal User Guide
- Parent Portal Toolkit
- Family Guides Pre-K Through 6th Grade
- Accessing Spanish Reports
For more information regarding assessments, contact the LPS Assessment Office at 580-357-6900 ext. 2046.
Parents/guardians may also use their student (s) STNs to access current P-EBT eligibility information through the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE).
“P-EBT is a USDA program funded through a grant that provides a P-EBT benefit card for students who qualify,” Gabelmann said. “Students who qualify will receive a debit card preloaded with funds. No money is provided to students who are receiving traditional, in-person instruction, as this program is for students receiving instruction through virtual options.” The P-EBT cards are not a district initiative.
Families involved in this program should note that P-EBT will continue on through this school year, after being implemented to supplement child nutrition during the pandemic. Click here to view further information on P-EBT Assistance for Families.