PAWS Results


A primary purpose of the Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students (PAWS) is to foster program improvement at the school, district, and state levels in support of the teaching and learning that takes place in Wyoming public classrooms and meets all of the attendant requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001(NCLB). In 2005-2006, PAWS became the official statewide assessment used to measure individual student achievement against the Wyoming Content and Performance Standards in reading, writing, and mathematics for grades 3 – 8. In 2008, a science assessment was implemented for grades 4, 8. In 2013, ACT became the high school assessment for official accountability purposes in reading, mathematics and science.

2013-2014 School Year Results

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2012-2013 School Year Results

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2011-2012 School Year Results

2010-2011 School Year Results

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