Before students left their Teton County Classrooms for spring break, their focus has been on the annual PAWS testing. PAWS stands for Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students. The test is given to measure public school student performance in English math, reading and science. Last year’s computer-based test was plagued with technical problems – particularly computers crashing during the test and students losing their work. This year, much of that test will be done with paper and pencil. School officials here say the testing over the past two weeks proceeded with no problems whatsoever. Wyoming State Superintendent Cindy Hill says so far, in other parts of the state, she has not heard complaints about this year’s testing either.