SFCSD Assessment and Data Profile

  • Welcome to the Seneca Falls CSD Data Dashboard

    The Seneca Falls Central School District collects student assessment data as well as other pertinent data and organizes it into a District Data Newsletter.  Our goal of the District Data Newsletter is to promote a K-12 data-driven culture in which teachers and administrators use relevant data to make instructional decisions.  District Data Newsletters are analyzed by teachers and administrators through grade level meetings, data team meetings, department meetings, and faculty meetings. Analysis and reflection upon data is a powerful way to make informed instructional decisions. We feel sharing the data newsletter with the community is an excellent way to highlight all the great work our students are doing every day.  Thank you for supporting SFCSD and partnering to make this a great school district!


    As of Fall 2020, the 2018-19 NYS Report Card is the most current collection of data provided by NYS due to the cancellation of Grades 3-8 NYS Assessments and Regents exams
    :  Click here to see those assessment results.

    website for school report card data

    NYSED Parent Data Dashboard

    The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires that all state and local agencies receiving Title I funding provide the public with an annual report card evaluating school performance and progress.  In addition to the New York State School Report Card currently available on our public data site, the New York State Education Department (NYSED) has developed a Parent Dashboard to meet these requirements in a way that is informative and user-friendly for parents and the public. The Parent Dashboard offers information on all public schools including charter schools.  The Parent Dashboard is live as of October 2020, please click here to visit the NYSED Parent Dashboard.

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  • Click the files below to view data from the NYS ELA, Math, and Science Assessments, NYS Regents Exams, and the Advanced Placement Exams.

NYS Assessments (Grades 3-8)

Advanced Placement Assessment Results