All 11th grades will be participating in the Smarter Balanced Assessments on April 25th & 26th (Mathematics).

How SBAC Testing will be administered this year

In order to lessen the impact that testing will have on some key groups of students, namely HACTC students and AP students, students will be divided into two testing groups, an AM group and a PM group.

The AM Group

Approximately 40 students will be testing in the AM group in the library and room 8.  We will also be using room 237 and the ARC for students who have accommodations for a separate setting.  HACTC students will test in this group and will be able to attend Hartford on all testing days.  Blocks A, B, E, & F will be impacted on these four testing mornings.

The PM Group

Approximately 35 students will be testing in the PM group in the library and room 8.  This allows the majority of 11th grade AP students to attend AP classes at this important time prior to their AP testing.  2nd Flex and Block D & H will be most impacted during these four afternoons.

Students should read their school email or visit the bulliten board across from the solarium to learn which testing group they have been assigned to and what room to report to.


What parents should know about Smarter Balanced Assessments.

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May 5th & 6th @ 7pm, May 7th @ 2pm

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