Recent Announcements

  • Spring 2020 WY-ALT Training Registration Open

    The Spring 2020 WY-ALT Training Registration site is now open and will remain open until Friday, November 29, 2019. No additional requests for registration will be taken after registration closes.

    All Spring 2020 Alternate Assessment Test Administrators (ALT-TA) must attend a WY-ALT training this year, either online or in person, in order to administer the WY-ALT. If an ALT-TA attended the Spring 2019 WY-ALT Training and administered the Alternate Assessment, they may attend this year’s training online. If an ALT-TA did not administer the WY-ALT last year, they must attend an in-person training.

    In addition, all Spring 2020 ALT-TAs must complete the online Test Administrator Certification Course. If you have questions regarding WY-ALT training, please contact the Wyoming Help Desk at or 888-897-8024.

    Added September 30, 2019
  • WY-TOPP Paper Individual Student Reports (ISRs)

    The WY-TOPP paper individual student reports (ISRs) from the Spring 2019 Summative testing window will begin to ship to districts between October 24-28, 2019. While student reports are in the process of being shipped, schools are able to access student ISR’s that have reported scores in the Online Reporting System (ORS). For additional information about how to access student ISR’s in ORS, please refer to the Online Reporting System (ORS) User Guide on the Wyoming Assessment Portal or contact the Wyoming Help Desk at or 888-897-8024.

    Added September 12, 2019
  • 2019-2020 Secure Browser

    The Secure Browser for the 2019-2020 administration is now available to download for various Operating Systems on the Secure Browser page. Please reference the Technical Manuals on the Technology Coordinators User Guides page for installation information. The 2019-2020 Technical Manuals will be available on Friday, August 16, 2019.

    Added August 12, 2019
  • Technical Directors – Chromebooks: Chrome v73

    AIR does not recommend updating your Chromebook machines to version 73 before testing. AIR is working closely with Google to address an issue in Chromebooks using version 73 that does not enable the TTS accommodation to be used correctly.

    Update August 12, 2019: AIR recommends updating your Chromebook machines to version 75 to remedy the TTS issues experienced on Chromebooks using version 73. Please contact for support.

    Added April 17, 2019
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