2020-2021 Testing Information

2020-2021 Testing Information
Posted on 09/09/2020
2020-2021 Testing Information

Upcoming Winter Test Dates
for Juniors and Seniors

 

  • Feb. 16-18
    • FSA Writing and Reading for any 11th/12th who have not passed it; Feb. 23-25 for students with IEP, 504, or ELL accommodations. This assessment is spread over three days, so students need to attend each day.
  • Feb. 26
    •   PERT for any senior who needs a qualifying math score for graduation.
  • March 3
    • SAT School Day for all juniors, and any senior who needs a math or reading score for graduation
  • March 16 & 17
    •  Algebra 1 EOC Retake (two-day test)
  • March 29
    • PERT for seniors who need math score
  • April 17
    •   SAT School Day non-reportable for seniors who need qualifying math or reading score.
  • April 29
    • PERT for seniors who need math score

SRHS will be providing seniors who still need concordant scores for state graduation requirements in Math and/or English Language Arts with numerous opportunities in the coming months. For FSA Writing and Reading (ELA), we will administer to all 11th and 12th graders who need a passing score during the week of Feb. 15-19th. Seniors who need a passing Math score for graduation will be able to take the PERT test on Feb. 26, March 29, and April 29th. We will provide PERT prep sessions in the afternoons on the days leading up to each of those administrations. Please encourage your senior to attend these sessions.

On Wednesday, March 3, we will administer the SAT during the school day to all juniors, and seniors who still need a Math or ELA passing score. Also for those seniors, the Algebra 1 EOC retakes will be March 16 and 17. Finally, on Tuesday, April 13, seniors will have another opportunity to take the SAT, non-reportable to colleges but still a countable concordant score for both Math and ELA.

For our current 9th and 10th graders in English 1 or 2, the FSA Writing assessment will be administered the week of April 5. All other testing for students currently in 9th and 10th grade English, Algebra 1, Geometry, Biology, US History, and AP or IB courses will be in May.

If your student is an Option 2 or Option 3 student and comes to campus for testing they will need to sign in and out through the front office.

Testing Update


Unit Assessment Testing for Option 2 Students:

 
All students within our option 2 virtual instructional model, we would like for you to sign up to complete your Unit Assessments here at school. These assessments give us accurate information to determine if you are making adequate instructional progress. From the data we can adjust instruction and provide needed support to ensure you continue to be successful academically.

Parents and students please know that we have created a “Safe Space” that is utilized for testing purpose only and is also limited to 5 students per testing session, masks are made mandatory, students are spaced out more than 10 feet apart, and all computer work stations are thoroughly sanitized after each use.

Students who sign up to take their Unit Assessments will sign in at the front office and enter the testing location using the elevator inside the office, to avoid any contact with students on campus. After testing students will leave the same way. Please use the sign up link below to register for your Unit Assessments today. The available Unit Assessment are for students who are currently enrolled in the following courses:

  • 9th or 10th grade English Language Arts
  • Algebra 1
  • Geometry
  • Biology
  • US History

Link for Sign-up Genius: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4BAAA723A4FE3-unit