• STAAR/TELPAS Results - How to View Scores 

  • STAAR/TELPAS Results - Assessment Data Portal 

    You have the ability to access your student’s state assessment testing history online through the Texas Education Agency's Family Portal

    On the TEA Family Portal you will use your student's Unique Access Code and your student's date of birth to access testing history, including STAAR, TAKS, and TELPAS assessments, where applicable.

    Please note that the Unique Access Code is designed to stay with your student throughout his/her academic career. Additional information regarding the student portal can also be found by visiting the TEA website. 

    To locate your student's Unique Access Code, you have three options.
     

    OPTION 1 - Go to the TEA Family Portal 

    1. Select the option to Lookup Unique Access Code?  

    2. You will be prompted to enter:  
      -Student's First Name
      -Social Security Number or S-Number (State issued ID Number) or enter the TSDS Number
      -Date of Birth

    3. Select Go.

    OPTION 2 - Go to the PISD Parent Portal.    

    1. Login to your PISD Parent Portal account 

    2. Scroll down to Performance Management.

    3. Locate the STAAR PORTAL CODE or click on your Student's Name

    OPTION 3 - Use Access Code from a Previous Confidential Student Report

    1. Go to the TEA Family Portal

    2. Locate the Access Code which is printed at the bottom right corner of any past Confidential Student Report your child has received for STAAR, TAKS, and TELPAS assessments.

    STAAR/EOC Performance Abbreviations are as follows:

    • NM = Not Met - Student did NOT pass the STAAR/EOC test
    • AP = Approaches Grade Level - Student passed the test 
    • ME = Meets Grade Level - Student passed the test 
    • MS = Masters  Grade Level -  Student passed the test

    Features of the TEA Family Portal include:

    • Access to your student's assessment results over the course of his/her academic career 
      Note: Detailed information is only available beginning with Spring 2008.
    • Compare your student's individual STAAR or TAKS results to campus, district, and state averages
    • Examine your student's performance on TAKS objectives or STAAR reporting categories
    • Examine your student's performance on TELPAS in the areas of listening, speaking, writing, and reading
      Note: Only Limited English Proficient students participate in TELPAS.
  • STAAR Scoring - Performance Standards

    STAAR performance standards correspond levels of test performance to the expectations defined in the state-mandated curriculum standards known as the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Cut scores established by TEA distinguish between performance levels and are used to classify students into an appropriate performance category.