Coming in June 2017: Electronic Student SAGE Results
CSD parents on June 19, 2017 will be able to access their students' state-mandated test results in their private, secure Skyward Family Access accounts. This will ensure that students' spring SAGE results will be secure and more immediately accessible to parents after school lets out for the summer. Parents can access SAGE results June 19, 2017 through the same secure Skyward Family Access account used for annual online registration.
To access your Skyward account:
o Visit http://www.canyonsdistrict.org.
o Click on the Skyward link on the menu located on the right side of the screen.
o Choose the Family Access tab on the top left of the new window.
o Use your guardian or student username and password to log in to Skyward Family Access.
o Click on the “Portfolio/SAGE Results” tab to view your child's SAGE results and your child’s report card.
Need help with Skyward Family Access? Here's a tutorial.
How Do I Access My Child’s SAGE Reports?
1) Go to http://www.canyonsdistrict.org.
2) Click on the Skyward link on the menu located on the right side of the screen.
3) Choose Family Access on the left side of the new window.
4) Use your guardian or student username and password to log in to Skyward Family Access.
5) Click on the “Portfolio/SAGE Results” tab to view SAGE reports and report cards (Do not click on the test scores tab).
Need help? Contact your school’s main office or visit the Skyward tutorial page.
To request a paper copy of SAGE results, please contact the main office of your child’s school before school lets out for the summer.
Where Do I Go for Password Help?
Can I Still Get My Child's Printed SAGE Report?
Is There A Parent Guide to Understanding the SAGE Report?
How Do I Know Skyward Family Access is Safe and Secure?
What Are the Key Features of the SAGE Student Report?
What is a Scaled Score?
A scaled score represents a student’s performance on a particular assessment. Scaled scores for English Language Arts and Mathematics are reported as a number between 100–900. Scaled scores for Science are reported as a number between 775–925.
What is a Proficiency Level?
The SAGE proficiency levels are expressed as follows:
Level 4: Highly proficient
Level 3: Proficient
Level 2: Approaching Proficient
Level 1: Below Proficient
Proficiency levels were recommended by a statewide committee, and approved by the State Board of Education in September 2014. The committee had reviewed how well students performed on each question of the SAGE tests and past achievement data on the ACT college entrance test. Then, the committee determined how many SAGE test questions a student would need to answer correctly to indicate a strong understanding of the content area.
How Should I Interpret My Child’s Scores?
The state uses SAGE tests to determine whether Utah students are learning what they’re supposed to be learning. In that sense, SAGE is a way to measure student performance within the Utah public education system. On an individual level, it’s important to remember that SAGE results are one of many student performance indicators, including class quizzes and tests, homework assignments, and projects.
Where Can I Learn More About SAGE and SAGE Results?
Can SAGE Results Be Compared Nationally?
Tests providing national comparisons on student achievement include the ACT and SAT college entrance tests college entrance tests, Advanced Placement test results test results, and the National Assessment for Educational Progress.