Here's what the IAR is and how you can help ensure your child is ready on IAR test day!

    • The Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) is the state assessment and accountability measure for Illinois students enrolled in a public school district. IAR assesses the New Illinois Learning Standards Incorporating the Common Core and will be administered in English language arts and mathematics to all students in grades 3-8.​

      If you would like to learn more, please follow the link provided to read more: IAR 

      Here’s what you can do to help:

      • Make sure your child is at school each and every day!
        • Illnesses happen so please take precaution and keep your child home if they are running a fever, vomiting, etc.
        • Your child will do their best when they are able to complete their test with their classroom teacher and they will feel more comfortable testing in their classroom.
      • Make sure your child is here on time!
        • Students should be in the building by 7:45 a.m.
      • Have your child get 8 hours of sleep (at least)!
        • Students should be going to sleep early to help wake up refreshed.
      • Make sure your child eats breakfast!
        • All students are strongly encouraged to eat breakfast at home and/or at school.
        • We offer breakfast beginning at 7:20 am.