• RE: Ohio State Tests Schedule – Spring 2017

    Dear Families,

    The spring testing window for state mandated end of course testing opens April 3rd and does not close until May 12th.  These exams are required by the state of Ohio as a graduation requirement. Students who are currently in the courses being tested are required to test.  Students who have not earned the required points for proficiency and/or graduation will also test. Each test has two parts, one part given per day.  Please see testing schedule below:

    April 5th 

    English Language Arts I & II – part 1

    April 6th

    English Language Arts I & II – part 2

    April 26th

    Algebra 1 & United States History – part 1

    April 27th 

    Algebra 1 & United States History – part 2

    May 1st 

    Government & Biology – part 1

    May 2nd 

    Government & Biology – part 2

    May 4th

    Geometry - part 1

    May 5th 

    Geometry - part 2

    April 7th & 10th – 13th

    Make-ups – ELA

    April 28th, May 3rd, 8th -12th

    Make-ups – Math, Sci & Soc St

    We will follow a late start schedule to provide students with the best testing environment possible.  Students who are testing will report to school at the normal time, 7:30 AM.  Buses will pick them up at their normal stops.  Students who are NOT testing will report to school approxiamately 2 hours later.  Buses will pick them up at their normal stops according to the bus schedule attached (on the website).

     

     

    English Language Arts

    Math, Science, Social Studies

     

    TESTING

    April 5th & 6th

    Bus Pick UP

    NOT Testing April 5th & 6th

    TESTING

    April 26, 27, May 1, 2, 4, 5

    Bus Pick UP

    NOT Testing

    April 26, 27, May 1, 2, 4, 5

    Reporting Times

    7:20 AM

    See attached schedule

    9:40 AM

    7:20 AM

    See attached schedule

    9:25 AM

    Classes Start

    9:50 AM

    9:35 AM

    Make-ups

     April 7th & 10th – 13th

    April 28th, May 3rd, 8th -12th

                   

     

    Thank you, in advance, for making sure your student is present in school on their assigned testing date(s).  Also, thank you for encouraging them to get a good night’s sleep and eat a healthy breakfast. Small everyday activities are proven to make a difference in academic performance. Please, do not hesitate to contact your child’s counselor with any questions you may have regarding testing.

     

    Robin Hopkins,

    Principal, Lorain High School 

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