• Overview

    With our use of LinkIt, you can access your child(ren)s’ benchmark, state, and national assessment data through LinkIt! Parent Portal (note: this is different from the PowerSchool Parent Portal). As we collect more data through LinkIt, we will add additional assessments and data points in later years for your review. As of 2023-2024, depending your child(ren)’s grade level and/or building, you might see:

    • IXL benchmarks

    • CDT benchmarks

    • iReady benchmarks

    • PSSA results

    • Keystone Exam results

    • AP Exam results

    • PSAT results

    • ACT results

    When reviewing any of the above data, it is critical to remember the purpose of each assessment and what it is measuring when the assessment is given. For example: benchmarks are often given three times a year (fall, winter, and spring). The fall and winter benchmarks are measuring students abilities based on grade level standards that they have NOT been taught yet. By the spring benchmark, you will see a more realistic perspective on where a student is as it relates to grade level standards.  In addition, each assessment is broken down into standards and skills, and those are used by teachers to identify student strengths and opportunities for growth.  Often, these subscores are more valuable than the overall score.  If you have questions about your child’s assessment data, the best place to start is with the classroom teacher who is by far the most knowledgeable person about your child’s academic abilities. Building principals are also incredibly adept at analyzing and using data to support student growth.  

    Click here for directions to LinkIt Parent/Guardian Portal Sign-In.