Updated testing information was sent home last week, September 11-12, 2019 with your student. Make sure your student has passed these along.
For testing we will be operating on a two hour delayed testing schedule on April 15, 16, 22, 23, 24, and 25.
It is imperative that all students testing arrive on time and report to the designated room listed on their letter. Letters will be mailed out and reminder notes will be given to the student at school. Your child’s attendance during the testing time(s) is/are required. They are to report at the regular time (7:50 start time) on the date(s) they are testing. If your student does not report during their required assessment time it will be considered an absence.
Buses will operate at the regular time, if the bus is the only means of transportation for your child they can ride the bus to school and a study area will be available to them.
Please remember that your child must accumulate a total of 18 points on these State Assessments, within the
seven subject areas which are English 9, English 10, American History, American
Government, Algebra I, Geometry, and Biology/Physical Science, in order to meet
graduation requirements. Students can score one to five points on each
test. Within the 18 points a student must earn 4 points in English, 4 points in
math, and 6 points in the areas of science and social studies. Students can
earn up to 35 points total. This is a graduation requirement.