Upcoming Testing Dates:
- Feb. 23--TELPAS
- Mar. 3--11th Grade School Day SAT
- Apr. 6--English 1 STAAR
- Apr. 8--English 2 STAAR
- May 3-14--AP Exams
School Day SAT with Essay will take place Wednesday, March 3rd for all junior students. This will be a full day of school with a regular dismissal time of 3pm.
The School Day SAT with essay will be held ON CAMPUS for both face-to-face and virtual learners. Only our juniors should be on campus testing Wednesday March 3rd. Our 9th, 10th, and 12th grade students will remain at home on Wednesday, March 3rd and will work asynchronously completing assignments their teachers have posted. Students are expected to complete assignments by the due date in order to be counted present for the day. Failure to do so will result in an absence.
The following safety protocols will be in place for testing
- Teachers and students must wear facemasks.
- Hand sanitizer will be available
- Small teacher to student ratios in testing rooms (8-10 Students, 1 Proctor)
- Students will be spaced apart
- Students/staff must stay home if they are sick
What to bring on test day:
- Picture ID (if you do not have one, the testing teacher may ask you a few questions to prove who you are)
- 2 wooden #2 pencils
- An acceptable calculator (scientific or graphing calculator is recommended. Please bring your own as one will NOT be provided)
- Chromebook for use AFTER testing has ended
Accommodated Testers (students APPROVED by College Board):
- Please bring a lunch with you in case the approved testing time last longer than those who are standard testers.
- Testing will be over TWO days for extended time testers (March 3-4)
Prohibited Items that will need to remain in their backpacks:
- Cell phones (powered OFF)
- Smart Watches
- Food/ Drinks
All testing will be held ON CAMPUS for both face-to-face and virtual learners. One grade level will be testing on campus each day. Any grade level that is NOT testing will NOT come to campus for the day. Grade levels that remain home on test day will work asynchronously completing assignments their teachers have posted.