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State Assessment Scores

State assessment scores for Frenship ISD students will be reported to parents/guardians this year via Skyward Family Access and through postal mail. Access to results in Skyward will apply to all STAAR/EOC and TELPAS testing, and will enable Frenship ISD and campuses to communicate results to you sooner than in the past.


Once state assessment scores are received, parents/guardians will receive an email notifying them that scores are available. Parents/guardians may access scores via Skyward Family Access, using the District Links Tab and State Assessments. This feature will allow access to a students’ full testing history and provide detailed information within each test.

*PLEASE NOTE: You must use the Skyward Family Access web browser. You will not be able to access State Assessment Scores if using the Skyward app.


For parents/guardians unable to view scores within Skyward, results can be accessed using the website You will need your child’s social security number and date of birth for access.


All parents/guardians will also receive a paper copy of results in late July 2021.

This will be the final year paper copies of results are mailed.


The information below indicates the anticipated date scores will be available for parents/guardians to view:

4th/7th Grade Writing STAAR June 28, 2021
English I & II EOC
June 15, 2021
Algebra I, Biology, US History EOC June 15, 2021
5th/8th Grade Reading & Math STAAR June 21, 2021
3rd-8th STAAR June 28, 2021
K-12th TELPAS July 19, 2021
STAAR & TELPAS Alternate May 31, 2021
June EOC Retest July 30, 2021
Masters Grade Level Passing Score Your child is expected to success in the next grade level or course with little no no academic intervention
Meets Grade Level Passing Score Your child has a high likelihood of success in the next grade level or course but may still need some short-term academic intervention
Approaches Grade Level Passing Score Your child met the assessment requirements for promotion and is considered to have met at least the minimum passing standard but will likely need academic intervention
Does Not Meet Grade Level Not a Passing Score Your child did not meet the minimum passing standard for that assessment. Students at this level will need academic interventions.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact the Casey Administration Building at (806) 866-9541.


Casey Administration Summer Hours are Monday-Thursday from 7:30-5:30. Offices will be closed for the Independence Day holiday from July 5-9 but will return on Monday, July 12.