Frequently Asked Questions

In early October 2019, an online portal with video score reports will be available to parents/guardians.  Additional information will be provided when the portal becomes available.

As per the NJDOE, the NJSLA-ELA, Math, and Science testing window is April 20 - May 29, 2020

Specific information pertaining to your child’s school and grade will be sent to you by the principal prior to these testing windows. The actual time and days for testing vary across grade levels and may reflect a shorter window than above.

The district has made a commitment to prepare students for future careers and higher education, which has helped students become familiar with reading text and solving problems on computers.

Because the assessments are online, students will use a set of basic computer skills, including keyboarding, drag and drop, and highlighting. These are skills that students are familiar with from technology and media instruction. 

View sample assessments for NJSLA-ELA, math and science:

Practice Tests


Additional Science Practice Tests

The NJSLA-ELA, Math, & Science assessments are aligned to the New Jersey Student Learning Standards for English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, & Science.