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End-Of-Level Testing (Language Arts, Math, Science) (2013-2014)

The time for end-of-level testing is rapidly approaching.  This testing provides a important snapshot of each student's learning.  Grades 3-6 will participate in end-of-level testing.  Each student will be tested in mathematics and language arts (reading, grammar, spelling, writing).  Students in grades 4-6 will also be tested on science.

Testing for language arts, science, and math will take place from April 21st-May 9th.  It is very important for students to be in attendance on their assigned testing days.  Below is a schedule of when each grade or class will be testing.  Make-up tests will be administered as needed. 

Language Arts  

Monday
April 21

Tuesday
April 22

Wednesday
April 23

Thursday
April 24

Friday
April 25

Chugg
Frayser
Gerritsen
Hughes
Key
Ludlow
Nordmann
Zimmerman

Blamires
Chugg
Daines
Frayser
Hughes
Jenkins
Nordmann
Zimmerman

Blamires
Gerritsen
Huddleston-5
Huddleston-6
Key
Ludlow
 
 
 

Daines
Frederiksen/Anderson
Hellstrom
Huddleston-4
Huddleston-6
Smith, A.
Smith, C.
Vudivadhana-3

Frederiksen/Anderson
Hellstrom
Huddleston-4
Huddleston-5
Jenkins
Smith, A.
Smith, C.
Vudhivadhana-3

Science

Monday
April 28

Tuesday
April 29

Wednesday
April 30

Thursday
May 1

Friday
May 2

Blamires
Daines
Frederiksen/Anderson
Hellstrom
Jenkins
Smith, A.

Blamires
Daines
Frederiksen/Anderson
Jenkins
Smith, A.
Smith, C.

Huddleston-5
Huddleston-6
Key
Ludlow
Nordmann
Smith, C.

Gerritsen
Hellstrom
Huddleston-4
Huddleston-5
Key
Nordmann

Gerritsen
Huddleston-4
Huddleston-6
Ludlow
 
 

Math

Monday
May 5

Tuesday
May 6

Wednesday
May 7

Thursday
May 8

Friday
May 9

Gerritsen
Huddleston-5
Huddleston-6
Key
Ludlow
Nordmann
Vudhivadhana-3
 

Blamires
Daines
Frederiksen/Anderson
Gerritsen
Huddleston-4
Huddleston-5
Jenkins
Vudivadhana-3

Blamires
Chugg
Frederiksen/Anderson
Huddleston-6
Key
Ludlow
Nordmann
 

Chugg
Daines
Frayser
Hellstrom
Hughes
Smith, A.
Smith, C.
Zimmerman

Frayser
Hellstrom
Hughes
Jenkins
Smith, A.
Smith, C.
Zimmerman
 

Testing can be stressful for parents, students, and teachers.  There are a few things that can help minimize this stress. 

•Discuss with your student that all you expect is their best effort.  Make sure expecations are high, but reasonable.
•Make sure your student has a good night's sleep.  To make this most effective, help them establish good sleeping patterns in advance.
•Make sure your student has a healthy breakfast.  Breakfast provides the fuel for their bodies and brains.  It is difficult to do well when the "fuel tank" is empty.
•Help your student be on-time on the day they test.

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