Kemp Elementary School

Shea Thomas, Principal

Billy Pritz, Asst. Principal  |  Cissi Kale, Asst. Principal

865 Corner Road
Powder Springs, GA 30127
Phone: 678-594-8158
FAX: 678-594-8160

2016-17 Milestones

End of Grade Assessment in grades 3, 4, and 5

The resources below are here to assist parents in understanding and preparing students for the EOG to be administered in April of 2018.

Informational Presentation about EOG Assessment


Mission of GaDOE Milestones

The purpose of the Georgia Student Assessment Program is to measure student achievement of the state-adopted content standards and inform efforts to improve teaching and learning.  Results of the ass​​essment program are utilized to identify students failing to achie​​ve mastery of content, to provide teachers with feedback about instructional practice, and to assist school districts in identifying strengths and weaknesses in order to establish priorities in planning educational programs. 

 

The assessment program includes customized summative criterion-referenced tests at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.  In addition, Georgia participates in the National Assessment of Educational Progress in grades 4, 8 and 12.  A variety of resources, including formative tools, are provided to assist parents, educators, students and the public with efforts improve educational opportunities for students.

Link to Video about EOG from GaDOE.


Testing Dates are listed below for grades 3-5.

April 10  
April 11  
April 12  
April 13  
April 16  
April 17  
April 18  
Make Ups  

DOE Information
  • This folder contains information provided by the DOE, including the EOG Test Blueprints and Assessment Guides.
  • EOG Test Blueprints 
    • EOG_Grade_3_Blueprint.pdf
    • EOG_Grade_4_Blueprint.pdf
    • EOG_Grade_5_Blueprint.pdf
    • Test blueprints have been updated for all content areas for 2017-2018.
    • These test blueprints are designed to communicate the structure of the Georgia Milestones measures.  The blueprints outline the types of items students will encounter on each grade and content area test, as well as the number of items and number of points possible (for those tests which include constructed-response items).  The blueprints also outline the domains, which are reporting categories, and the associated content standards.  The approximate percentage of points allocated to each domain is provided. 
    • Please note that the blueprints communicate about the structure of the assessment and are not intended to be used for instructional planning purposes. 
  • EOG Study/Resource Guides