Welcome to the ASQ Online System for Kansas!

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We are pleased to announce an exciting update regarding developmental screening in the state of Kansas. Now, through the All in For Kansas Kids initiative and with funding from the Preschool Development Grant – Renewal, the state of Kansas is providing Statewide access to Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ) Online through the Kindergarten Readiness Initiative and community access. The Statewide ASQ Online System will make it easier for organizations to improve coordination and reach more families through developmental screening!

The early years of life build a foundation for future learning, health, and success. Children’s early life experiences deeply affect their future physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development. Parents, providers, and communities play a critical role in ensuring children have the supports and resource they need to thrive. By participating in developmental screening, providers of all kinds can check children’s development, address any potential concerns, and connect families to services and supports in their community. Screening can also help build relationships with the families you work with, opening conversations and empowering parents around their children’s developmental health.

Download the fact sheet to prepare for the 2023 Kindergarten Snapshot (ASQ).
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All Kansas elementary schools are required to partner with families to better understand incoming kindergarten students’ development using this tool through the Kansas Kindergarten Readiness Initiative (Learn more about the Kansas Kindergarten Readiness initiative). Through community access ASQ Online is now available to any community partner that serves children ages zero to five that would like to administer developmental screenings. For community partners that would like to sign up or for more information, contact your local community Part C ASQ Account Administrator.

Visit often to register for upcoming Q&As, view recorded support modules and videos, and download the initiative resources to help you use the ASQ tools. PreK-12 school staff with questions about the Kansas Kindergarten Readiness Initiative can email Amy Rzadczynski (arzadczynski@ksde.org) with questions. Early childhood care and education providers with questions about community access can email Erica Figueroa (erica.l.figueroa34@ku.edu).

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Quick Reference Guides

These quick reference guides provide instructions to help you get up and running quickly with ASQ Online, the web-based screening management system that will be used to collect and report ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2 questionnaire data. These how-to manuals offer easy-to-follow visual walkthroughs of every key ASQ Online process, featuring dozens of helpful screenshots and practical tips for users. Download the version that meets your needs!


Quick Reference Guide for Account Administrators (PDF)


Quick Reference Guide for Program Administrators (PDF)


Quick Reference Guide for Providers (PDF)

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Initiative Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about the use of ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2 as the Kansas Kindergarten Readiness Snapshot Tool through these FAQs.

Read the FAQs.

Parent Consent Language

Printable versions of the ASQ®-3/ ASQ®: SE-2 Parent/Guardian Consent Form as well as text to copy and paste in the “Consent paragraph” section of Family Access are provided below. Both English and Spanish are available.

For Accounts Administered by Schools

  • Printable Statewide ASQ Parent or Guardian Consent Form in English (PDF) | (DOCX)
  • Printable Statewide ASQ Parent or Guardian Consent Form in Spanish (PDF) | (DOCX)
  • Statewide ASQ Parent or Guardian Consent Form Text for Family Access (English and Spanish) (DOCX)

For Accounts Administered by Part C Programs

  • Printable Statewide ASQ Parent or Guardian Consent Form in English (PDF) | (DOCX)
  • Printable Statewide ASQ Parent or Guardian Consent Form in Spanish (PDF) | (DOCX)
  • Statewide ASQ Parent or Guardian Consent Form Text for Family Access (English and Spanish) (DOCX)

Message for Parents and Caregivers

A welcome letter from Dr. Randy Watson, Kansas Commissioner of Education, that you can share with parents and caregivers.

Download the letter in English (PDF)

Download the letter in English (DOCX)

Download the letter in Spanish (PDF)

Download the letter in Spanish (DOCX)

Kindergarten Readiness Snapshot Summary Sheets

Snapshot summary sheets for ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2.

ASQ Online Support Modules

Watch these 25 to 40-minute recorded webinars for in-depth instruction on getting started with ASQ Online.

Access the modules.

“How-to” Videos

Watch these short, handy 5-minute videos to see key features and functions of the ASQ Online system.

Watch the videos.

Live Q&A Sessions

Join us for live Q&A sessions and ask your questions about ASQ-3, ASQ:SE-2, and ASQ Online. Or watch recorded sessions whenever it is convenient for you.

Register for the Q&A sessions.

ASQ Alignment with Kansas Early Learning Standards

This document aligns the content from the Kansas Early Learning Standards with items of the Ages & Stages Questionnaires®, Third Edition (ASQ®-3) (48, 54, 60, and 72 month intervals) and the Ages & Stages Questionnaires®: Social-Emotional, Second Edition (ASQ®:SE-2) (48 and 60 month intervals).

Download the alignment

Downloads and Resources

ASQ Enterprise User Agreement


ASQ Enterprise System Preparation

Use this form to provide your program information to join an ASQ Enterprise.


ASQ Account Administrator Brochure

Find contact information for your local ASQ Enterprise Account.


ASQ Enterprise System Resources


Setting up your ASQ Online Program

This quick guide will provide next steps for setting up your ASQ Online program as a Program Administrator. Links to short how-to videos are included.


Introductory Resources


Implementation Checklist and Guide

The Kindergarten Readiness Snapshot Implementation Checklist and Guide walks your program through the necessary steps and provides links to key resources to help you prepare for the Kindergarten Readiness Snapshot initiative.


Data Import

Use the import quick reference guide and the sample import files to assist you with importing Child and Caregiver Data, Program Data, and/or Program Administrator Data into ASQ Online.


Sample Text

Sample Text to use for your ASQ-3 Family Access Web Page or ASQ:SE-2 Family Access Web Page.


Additional Resources

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Sign up for the Kansas Kindergarten Readiness Newsletter

Get quick tips and resources to aid your ASQ implementation, detailed articles that address key topics related to screening, important reminders from the KSDE early childhood team, and more!

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More on ASQ

ASQ Resource Library

This searchable Resource Library has free tip sheets, infographics, parent handouts, activities, and articles on implementing ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2.

Visit the resource library.

ASQ Age & Adjusted Score Calculator

Use the popular ASQ Calculator! Choose the right questionnaire every time and adjust scores for omitted questionnaire items.

Use the online calculator.

Download the app.

Screening & Assessment in Early Childhood Settings

There can be some confusion about the difference between screening and assessment in early childhood settings. This infographic helps illustrate key characteristics for each type of tool.

Download the infographic (PDF)

Developmental Screening Toolkit

Download this toolkit, filled with free resources to help programs successfully implement ASQ-3. This toolkit includes tips for screening with ASQ-3, engaging with families, and boosting child development.

Download the toolkit (PDF)

Social-Emotional Screening Toolkit

Download this toolkit, filled with free resources to help programs successfully implement ASQ:SE-2. This toolkit includes tips for screening with ASQ:SE-2, engaging with families, and encouraging social-emotional development.

Download the toolkit (PDF)

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    What ASQ Users are Saying

    “I like the ASQ:SE, which is an easy non-threatening tool to use to assess important social-emotional developmental milestones of the baby…. This tool lends itself well to developing educational activities to foster a healthy parenting relationship.”

    Cynthia Suire, MSN, RN, Nurse–Family Partnership Program Louisiana Office of Public Health