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ISASP Testing (Student Honor Code)

The new Iowa Assessments, the ISASP,  are finally here and the middle school is prepping for these tests as we speak. We are currently preparing them for how to take them online and the tools they will be able to use. We will be taking the ISASP tests the week of March 25th-28th. We will take one test a day over the four days. Students in grades 6 and 7 will take Reading, Language Art/Writing, and Math tests. Students in 8th grade will take tests in Reading, Language Arts/Writing, Math, and Science.

Please refrain from scheduling appointments during the first 2 hours of each day during the week of March 25-28th as these tests are very important. We would also ask for your help in preparing your student for the importance of these tests. Below you will find the Underwood Middle School ISASP Student Honor Code. This honor code outlines the expectations for student behavior when taking these tests.


Underwood Middle School

ISASP Student Honor Code

            This document outlines expectations for student behavior, at Underwood Middle School, during and after ISASP (formerly known as the Iowa Assessments) testing. Prohibited behaviors include, but are not limited to:

                                                                            a. Using personal electronics to capture test items or responses.

                                                                            b. Providing assistance to or accepting assistance from other students, which includes copying answers, using prearranged signals to                                                                             provide answers, sharing used scratch paper, etc.

                                                                            c. Discussing test items or responses with students who have not yet tested.

                                                                            d. Sharing test tickets, or retaining tickets or scratch paper after testing.

            Any direct violations will be reported to the Iowa Department of Education. Please remind your students of the importance of ISASP testing and following the Student Honor Code.


Thank you,


Beau Jacobsen

Middle School Principal