School Report Card & State Test Results
The School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is an annual report Gladstone publishes that details the programs and performance of the school. The link to the left will provide you with access to the School Accountability Report Card online. If you wish, a PDF copy can be downloaded from the state website.
The CAASPP results give us a key measure of how well students are mastering California's challenging academic standards in English language arts/literacy and mathematics. The skills called for by these standards—the ability to write clearly, think critically,and solve problems —are critical to success in college and 21st-century careers.
No single assessment can provide teachers with all the feedback they need to tailor instruction to meet the needs of their students. These results should be considered along with other measures of learning and in consultation with a student's teachers. Because CAASPP tests are given statewide, they provide an opportunity to measure the skills of all students against the same academic standards in the same way, and the results provide information schools can use to improve teaching and learning. Given online, the tests are computer-adaptive, allowing a more precise measurement of each student's skillsstudents to be a reliable sign of readiness for college-level work. — Tom Torlakson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Gladstone has performed very well on the CAASPP assessments over the last three years. To see our results click on the link below.
API scores were used as part of the State reporting system through 2013. See the results below to see the history of API scores at Gladstone Elementary.
The last API score for Gladstone was an amazing 911!