Welcome, Test Administrators!

This site provides resources for administering the New Hampshire Statewide Assessment System for Mathematics, English Language Arts/Writing and Science.


  • UPDATE - A word on the Science Spanish and Braille Summative Tests

    The Science Spanish and Braille Summative tests are now available for administration.  

    Please note:  you will still need to assign the correct Presentation (Designated Supports and Accommodations) setting in TIDE for students taking the Spanish or Braille Science tests in addition to adding the Spanish Summative Science or Braille Summative Science test to the test session.   

    Added March 31, 2019
  • A note from the NH DOE about Juniors and Seniors and the NH SAS

    Please know that all juniors and seniors are seen in the portal so that any senior who is eligible to test can test. Schools will not be held accountable for those seniors who do not need to test. The NH DOE is only looking for scores for those who need to be tested. If you have any questions related to this, please reach out to the NH DOE and not the AIR Help Desk for further explanation. Thank you!!

    Added March 24, 2019
  • NH SAS Summative Go-Live, March 19th

    The NH SAS Summative assessments will be open for administration beginning Tuesday, March 19th.

    Please note:  This year, the ELA Summative assessment is separated into two tests, an ELA Reading test and an ELA Writing test.  Both tests must be administered in order for the student to receive a total ELA score.  The ELA Reading test must be administered and submitted before the student can start the ELA Writing test.

    Added March 18, 2019
  • Chrome v72 Issues Now Resolved

    The issues with Chrome v72 have been resolved.  You may now update your Chromebooks to the latest version of Chrome OS and continue testing. 

    Added March 5, 2019
  • Issues with Chrome v72

    We are experiencing an issue with the newly released version of Chrome, v72 that, in some cases, denies access to our testing systems.  We are working closely with Google to address and fix this issue.  In the meantime, it is suggested that you do not update your Chromebooks to v72 until a fix is in place.  We apologize for the inconvenience. 

    Added February 13, 2019