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Testing

 

At EHS, we are committed to meeting today's challenging testing environment with a positive, technology-integrated atmosphere to support our students. Please use the information in this section as a guide to better assist your Panther with finding success on all assessments. Note, specific dates for testing provided by the state and district will be periodically updated - check back for the latest information frequently. 

Link to FL Department of Education Assessment Page

Link to Lake County Assessment Page

Click on Test Name for More Parent/Guardian Letter. Hard copies are available upon request to Miranda Smith at smithm9@lake.k12.fl.us 

Winter 2022 Testing Calendar

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Test Name

Date/Window

Notes

B.E.S.T. Geometry

November 28th 

Students seeking scholar diploma & those that did NOT take the EOC for 30% of course grade last year

B.E.S.T. Algebra

November 29th

All 10th graders that have not met the Algebra 1 test requirement for graduation

B.E.S.T. Algebra

November 30th

All 11th graders that have not met the Algebra 1 test requirement for graduation

Biology EOC 

December 5th

Students seeking scholar diploma & those that did NOT take the EOC for 30% of course grade last year

F.A.S.T. Progress Monitoring 2  (English)

December 6th

All 9th & 10th graders 

B.E.S.T. Algebra

December 6th

All 12th graders that have not met the Algebra 1 test requirement for graduation

US History EOC

December 7th

Students seeking scholar diploma & those that did NOT take the EOC for 30% of course grade last year

*Students seeking Scholar Diploma must notify their Guidance Counselor to participate in Winter Testing.

Testing Protocol

  • Students should bring fully charged Chromebook to all testing sessions
  • Students should have photo ID (high school students) to present to test administrator
  • Students should have a small bag to keep personal items such as phones and other electronics while they are in the testing environment
  • Students must completely turn off all cell phones (power off, not on silent or vibrate) and alarms. 
  • Student may not be in possession of electronic devices, such as smart phones, wireless ear buds, smart watches,  at any time during testing--including breaks.