FACE TO FACE TESTING



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Enjoy some valuable test tip suggestions from our fabulous CASC Staff.

CASC Testing Tips


Help your student become familiar with the format of the EOC, SCREADY and SCPASS computer based tests.  Click for Online Tools Training. (You will want to access using Google Chrome)


Specific Testing Information: 


SCREADY Testing

3rd through 8th grade- Online sample questions are located after the Online Tools Training (Chrome). 

Printable Sample Questions: 

*Please check out the Spring Testing Information Page at the bottom of this page for additional information


SCPASS Testing - 

4th though 8th grade

*Please check out the Spring Testing Information Page at the bottom of this page for additional information


ACT- 

3rd year High School students


WorkKeys- 

3rd year High School students



End of Course (EOC) Testing - High School




On test day, make sure your child:

·         Gets a good night’s sleep before the test and is well rested

·         Eats a healthy breakfast

·         Gets to testing location on time

·         Is ready to go when called back for testing

·         Listen attentively to the teacher’s directions so he/she will know exactly what to do

·         Stay calm, if there are questions that seem difficult

·         Do not bring any electronic devices that can be used for communication, timing, or imaging into the testing room. Cell phones will be collected before students enter the testing room.

 

We understand that testing can be a difficult time for all students. Virtual students’ schedules and routines are especially disrupted. Please talk with your student so that they are prepared. All of our teachers make every attempt to alleviate stress and anxiety from students. 


Testing FAQs

Do I need to walk in and drop off/pick up my student each day?

Yes the learning coach, parent, or alternately designated adult must sign each student in and out for each testing day.

 

What happens if someone else needs to drop or pick up my student during testing?

We have a form that will need to be signed to allow another person to drop off or pick up students.

 

What do I need to do at drop off?

You will need to sign or bring our testing liability paper work and sign in with our site testing staff.

 

What do I need to do at pick up?

You will need to sign out your student. Testing staff may ask to see identification if another person is picking the student up.

 

Can I leave the site while my student is testing?

Yes, you are free to leave the site after checking your student in with our testing staff. We will need to have a liability form filled out for every student.

 

Can I stay on site?

Parents are welcome to stay on site during testing if space warrants. Each of our locations are different and offer different common spaces. Parents are not allowed to be in or around the testing rooms and must remain quiet and respectful of our locations and students during testing times.

 

What happens if my student is sick on the day of testing?

You will need to contact your homeroom teacher.

 

Can I change the time my students is assigned to test?

Unfortunately we are unable to change the testing times assigned for student. These times are set up in order to follow state and school guidelines for testing. 


Can my student bring a book to reach after they have completed testing?

Yes, students may bring a book to read after they have completed the test. 

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Erin Craft,
Mar 13, 2017, 7:06 AM
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Erin Craft,
Mar 15, 2017, 12:25 PM
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