Wednesday, April 07, 2010
iLeap & GEE tests Mon - Wed, April 12 14, 8:30 am to noon
1.CELL PHONES AND CAMERAS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN TESTING ROOMS.
Please leave phones and cameras at home on test days.
2. Arrive on campus well before 8:25 a.m. Go directly to your test site by the time the 8:25 a.m. bell rings. Testing begins promptly at 8:30 a.m.
3. Schedule doctor/dentist appointments during the afternoons or during another week. It is important you be on campus every day during testing.
4. Get a good night’s sleep and eat a healthy breakfast on testing days.
5. Take only a library book to your testing site. YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO DO ANY COURSE CONTENT WORK WHILE IN THE TEST SITE AND TEXTBOOKS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THE TEST SITE.
6. Leave backpacks in lockers or non-testing rooms.
7. 9th and 10th graders – Please bring a calculator you are comfortable using. iLEAP math test is Monday, and GEE21 math test is Tuesday.
8. Tests will end at different times each day and these times are unpredictable, so please bring your lunch or lunch money on test days to minimize disruptions.
9. Tuesday –Periods 1, 2 and 3 meet in the afternoon instead of periods 4, 5 and 6. If you have morning off-campus classes (CCTC, BTW, MCM), please check with your teachers concerning anything you may miss during classes held that afternoon, then report to your afternoon classes as usual. Morning program students report to E202 with Mrs. Martino (bring school work to work on). 6th hour off-campus P.E. students will tell their instructors that the altered schedule will cause them to miss off-campus PE on Tuesday.
Go to the lunch shift assigned to your 1st period teacher.
Monday – 4th-6th periods as usual, normal lunch shift.
Teachers will teach classes as usual during the afternoons of test days. Teachers have been asked not to assign major projects that are due during the testing week or give major tests on the state testing days. Short assignments, homework and quizzes may be given so come to afternoon classes prepared. Teachers of 10th and 11th graders may give tests on Wednesday, April 14. Seniors may be given tests at any time during testing week.
Students are to report to their assigned locations at 8:25 am on Monday, April 12 through Wednesday, April 14. Roll will be taken at the test sites/classrooms and reported to the school administrator assigned to collect attendance for each group. Testing will begin at 8:30 am. Lunch will be held until all groups have finished testing.
*Ninth and tenth grade students are to bring calculators that they are accustomed to using to math tests. Graphing calculators are allowed. Calculators with paper tape, writing pads or pen input devices, QWERTY keypads, or are part of laptop computers or pocket organizers are not allowed.
Approximate testing times
Monday, 4/12 8:25 – 12:15 pm 9th – Report to test sites for iLEAP Tests (Math)* -3 hrs 10th – Report to test sites for GEE 21 (ELA)-3.5 hrs
11th – Report to test sites for GEE 21 (Science)-2 hrs
12th – Report to the PAC
Afternoon – periods 4, 5, 6
Tuesday 4/13 8:25 –12:00 pm 9th – Report to test sites for iLEAP Tests (ELA)-2.5 hrs
10th – Report to test sites for GEE 21 (ELA, Math)*-3 hrs
11th – Report to test sites for GEE 21 (Soc. Studies)- 2 hrs
12th – Report to the PAC
Afternoon -1st (lunch according to this teacher’s regular shift), 2nd, and 3rd period classes - (CCTC, BTW, & MCM report to afternoon programs as usual after checking with morning teachers. CCTC and MCM morning students and 1st hour off campus PE students report to C9 with school work to do (monitored by Mrs. Martino). 6th hour off campus students should tell off-campus PE instructors they will miss the off-campus PE class that day due to our altered class schedule.
Wednesday, 4/14 8:25 – 10:45 pm 9th – Report to test sites for iLEAP Tests (ELA)-2 hrs 10th – Report to class sites for periods 1-2
11th – Report to class sites for periods 1-2
12th – Report to class sites for periods 1-2
Period 3 after testing is complete and periods 4, 5, 6 as usual.
In order to have students well rested and mentally prepared for these important tests, teachers are requested not to have projects due or give major tests during the times of testing for each grade. Class time in the afternoon should be used for instruction and class work. Short assignments may be given.
Students should take only a library book to the test site on the testing days. Students are not allowed to use textbooks or do homework while the testing materials are in the room. Instruct students to brig only the books, etc. necessary for the classes to be held that afternoon. Backpacks should be taken to the testing sites on test days. It is the responsibility of students in off campus programs to check with their teachers about assignments for the classed they miss due to testing.