Early Assessment Program

District and School Communication of
EAP Results to Parents


The purpose of these materials is to provide resources for principals, teachers, and counselors to use in communication about the EAP to parents. Wherever possible, materials for parents are provided in English and in Spanish. It is recommended that information also be provided telling parents how to obtain translations in other languages.

Sample Letter to Students Before Taking EAP
Copy sent to Parents
English (.pdf, 93K)

Sample Test Results Letter to Students
Copy sent to Parents
English (.pdf, 71K)

Example #1 of Cover Letter Explaining EAP Report to Parents
English (.pdf, 53K) | Spanish (.pdf, 53K)

Example #2 of Cover Letter Explaining EAP Report to Parents
English (.pdf, )

Example of Letter to Exempt Students
Copy sent to Parents

Exempt in English and Math
English (.pdf, 89K)

Exempt in English and Conditionally Exempt in Math
English (.pdf, 90K)

Sample EAP Timeline of Events
Includes Communication of Results to Parents
English (.pdf 76K)

Sample District EAP Utilization Practices
Includes Communication of Results to Parents

  1. EAP Parent Notification Practices Celebrating Student Success
    Hacienda La Puente Unified School District
    (PowerPoint | 1.7MB)

  2. California State University Early Assessment Program:
    Elk Grove Unified School District Program Practices
    (PowerPoint | 120K)

  3. The Early Assessment Program: A Data-Driven Decision Making Model
    Rowland Unified School District
    (PowerPoint | 2.3MB)

The resources on this website were developed by school districts in California. They are intended to assist in communicating Early Assessment Program results to parents and guardians. We want to thank the following school districts for making the materials available:

Elk Grove Unified School District
Hacienda La Puente Unified School District
Long Beach Unified School District
Rowland Unified School District


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Joan Bissell

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Last Updated: August 13, 2007