I'm a 1st yr K teacher. We just did our midyear DIBELS benchmark, and a few of my kids scored literally off the charts in Initial Sound Fluency... my highest was 120. It was 4 kids, and all were expected to be high, but my ISF scores were higher than the other teachers, and I'm afraid I did something wrong. Have you ever heard of midyear benchmark ISF scores in the 80s 90s or 100s??