Health and Physical Education Assessments
OSPI has developed assessments that can be used by teachers in the classroom throughout the school year to gauge student understanding of the learning standards for Health and Physical Education.
2023–24 Instruction & Assessment Reporting Information Coming Soon
Recommendations & Resources
OSPI recommends districts use the OSPI-developed assessments in the Arts, Educational Technology, Health and Physical Education, and Social Studies to meet the requirements of RCW 28A.230.095 and RCW 28A.655.075. If local assessments or other strategies are used to meet the requirements, it is strongly recommended they are reviewed for quality and alignment to state standards, based on research, and able to measure individual student achievement. In addition, school districts are encouraged to develop policies and procedures that support the implementation of assessments in these areas, as well as the collection, use, and retention of assessment data.
Concepts of Physical Education
Several OSPI-developed Health and Physical Education assessments were revised and aligned to our current Health and Physical Education K-12 Learning Standards. Teachers, schools, and districts can email Ken Turner to request access to our teacher versions with answer keys to the following assessments.
2021 Concepts of Physical Education
2021 Health Education Assessments
- My Friend Morgan (Middle School)
- Sara's Story (Middle School)
- Dear Stressed... (High School)
- Letter to Publisher (High School)
Schools/districts can still request access to the older assessment versions by contacting Ken Turner.