Students at Snoqualmie's Cascade View school part of national random sample test

Students at a Snoqualmie elementary school will test their math and reading skills next month as part of a national random assessment.

On Feb. 7, fourth grade students at Cascade View Elementary School will take part in the National Assessment of Educational Progress. This voluntary test evaluates a national random sample of students on their knowledge of specific curriculum areas.

Results of the nationwide testing will be reported in "The Nation's Report Card," a publication of the National Center for Educational Statistics.

For more information, on the NAEP, visit For information on the Cascade View testing, or to review a booklet that includes sample subject area and student questions, call 425-831-4100 or send e-mail to

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