WY-TOPP Results Available for Sweetwater County School Districts

WY-TOPP Results Available for Sweetwater County School Districts

SWEETWATER COUNTY — The results for the fourth administration of the Wyoming Test of Proficiency and Progress (WY-TOPP) have been released by the Wyoming Department of Education, and are now available online.

For the WY-TOPP, results indicate areas of growth in proficiency rates at individual grade levels within each content area. The WY-TOPP tests overall student proficiency in English Language Arts (ELA) and Math in grades 3-10, and grades 4, 8, and 10 are also tested in Science.

The WDE reports that overall student proficiency rates statewide decreased in ELA by 0.80 percent, increased in Math by 0.30 percent, and decreased in Science by 0.10 percent compared to the results for 2021. 

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“Wyoming educators have done a tremendous job ensuring student learning continued through the pandemic,” State Superintendent of Public Instruction Brian Schroeder said. “Although there are areas where results decreased slightly for a second year, overall they were less than three percent compared to the state results prior to the pandemic. Wyoming’s commitment to keeping students in the classroom continues to be reflected in these assessments results.”

Sweetwater County School District No. 1 Results

As for Sweetwater County School District (SCSD) No. 1, the WY-TOPP results show that the majority of students were “Below Basic” or “Basic” in all grades and all subjects with the exceptions of 6th grade ELA, 7th grade ELA, and 8th grade ELA. In those three grades for the ELA tests, the majority of students were “Proficient” or “Advanced”.

Below shows the complete results for the district.

Sweetwater County School District No. 2 Results

Students in Sweetwater County School District (SCSD) No. 2 performed better than the state average in most subjects and grades. The majority of students were “Proficient” or “Advanced” in all grades and all subjects with the exceptions of 8th grade Science and 9th grade Math. In these two tests, over half the students were “Below Basic” or “Basic”.

Check out the district’s full results below.