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Megan Rivet
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Megan Rivet
Assistant Superintendent of Teaching & Learning

 Please contact Mrs. Rivet for information regarding any instructional questions, federal programs (Title 1), Resident Educator information, professional development opportunities, academic data, or any questions regarding student academic success at Three Rivers. 


What is MAP?

Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) is a computerized assessment program that provides educators with information they need to improve teaching and learning. Educators use the growth and achievement data from MAP to develop targeted instructional strategies.

What are RIT scores?

Student MAP results are reported as RIT scores (short for Rasch Unit). The RIT score is, simply, an estimate of a student’s instructional level and it also measures student progress or growth in school. Similar to a growth chart that measures height and weight, a MAP score can show how much a student has grown from year to year. A RIT score enables teachers to pinpoint what students already know and what they are ready to learn. Scores are not used to compare student to student but instead, student performance compared to student norms at a given point in time (fall, winter, spring).

How is the RIT score helpful?

RIT scores are measured on an equal interval scale. This means that the difference between scores (like inches) is the same even if a student scores high or low. No matter what grade a child is in, the scores have the same meaning; for example, a 2nd grader that gets a score of 211 and a 5th grader that gets a score of 211 are learning at a similar level. RIT scores are expected to increase over time. However, the younger the child, the greater the RIT growth since overall growth is smaller as questions get harder at higher levels. Students who test above expected level also show less growth. Growth rates are estimated as typical growth not expected growth. RIT scores are more valuable as you look at measuring student learning in growth over time rather than as an isolated RIT score.

How are teachers using this information?

Teachers are utilizing student scores to make data-based decisions to improve student achievement. MAP scores are just one piece of data teachers use to inform instruction. Our goal is for teachers to adjust instruction so that ALL students grow at levels appropriate for each student.

What is my part as a parent or guardian?

Parents and guardians should become comfortable in understanding that students will grow at different rates and at different times. Use the growth norm chart to, first, find the score closest to your child’s RIT score and, second, align that score with a grade-level. This will tell you at which grade-level your child is performing.


More information regarding MAP Growth Data.

NWEA MAP Student Achievement Norms
MAP Student Achievement Norms

Ohio's Learning Standards

Ohio Department of Education 

Ohio Graduation Requirements

Ohio's Graduation Requirements

Learn more about earning an Ohio High School Diploma.


New Graduation Recognitions

Three Rivers Local School District

On October 19, 2021, TRLSD held a parent meeting to discuss phasing out the current traditional valedictorian/salutatorian system. Please click HERE to view the slide presentation and click HERE to listen to the audio recording of the meeting. 

If parents have any questions, please reach out to your child's building principal.

Third Grade Reading Guarantee

Third Grade Reading Guarantee Family Resources

Data and Decision Making Process

Multi-Tiered System of Supports Document