We are offering the Computer-based FSA Algebra 1 EOC Assessment to current Grade 8 private school students who have completed Algebra 1 in middle school AND who will be enrolling in a St. Lucie Public High School for Grade 9 for the 2017-18 School Year.
If you are a private school student, the completed registration document will serve as your intent, not only for testing, but also for enrollment into a St. Lucie County Public School. This document does NOT replace documents needed by the District for official registration. This document is required to enter your child’s information into the State system for testing. You will need to contact Student Assignment to find out how to register for school. http://www.stlucie.k12.fl.us/departments/student-assignment/You must register with the St. Lucie Public Schools Student Assignment office in order to be eligible to sit for this administration. Please fill out the registration below to sign up for the Summer 2017 FSA Algebra 1 EOC assessment to be administered during the week of July 10-14, 2017. We will notify you of your session dates and times. There will be no substitutions. This registration is due no later than June 16, 2017, as we must hire staff and secure testing labs for the number of registrations we receive. If you are registering after June 16, we will place you based on space availability. You will receive an email by June 30.You will be testing at the St. Lucie County School Board offices at 4204 Okeechobee Road, Ft. Pierce, FL. You must be on time on your scheduled date. There will be no makeup dates. If you are not present on time at your scheduled time, you will not be permitted to sit for this administration. You will be provided multiple opportunities to take this assessment at your public high school, beginning with the Fall 2017 administration.This registration must be completed and returned no later than 4 pm on Friday, June 16, 2017. No late registrations will be accepted. You MUST fill out all required fields in order to be registered. Please make sure to enter your email and phone numbers correctly. You will receive information via email as to your testing date and time. You will receive this information/confirmation email no later than June 30, 2017. Although this test was originally scheduled to be administered as 2 sessions over 2 days, the Florida Department of Education has amended that schedule. For the Summer administration only, the test will be 2 sessions administered in one day. The sessions are 90 minutes each, but students can have up to 3 hours per session if needed. Students are required to stay for the minimum of 90 minutes per session, even if he/she have completed that session. Students should plan on approximately 4 to 6 hours (3 hours minimum for both sessions, plus administrative time for logging in and instructions). At the end of 90 minutes for Session 1, students who have completed the session may proceed onto Session 2. Students who wish to continue working in Session 1 will be permitted to do so for up to 90 additional minutes, and may proceed into Session 2 at any time during the additional time. Students MUST remain for 90 minutes while working in Session 2, and may leave at any time after the 90 minutes is up. Students who wish to continue working in Session 2 after the initial 90 minutes of Session 2 will be permitted to do so, up to 90 additional minutes. During this additional 90 minutes, students may leave as they completeStudents CANNOT return to complete a session if they leave the District office prior to completing a session for any reason, including illness, doctor appointment, etc. There are no exceptions. Once a student leaves the testing site, he/she will not be permitted to return to complete testing. No exceptions will be made.Students will not be permitted to leave for lunch. Once a student has completed Session 1, if he/she wishes to have a snack, he/she will be permitted to do so in the District office. No food or drink will be provided. Each student must bring you’re his/her own. Students (or their parents) MUST have government issued picture ID (driver license, passport, etc.) in order to be admitted to test. If the student does not have this ID, the parent must have government issued picture ID.
Students must be in approved dress code in order to be admitted to testing. http://www.stlucie.k12.fl.us/pdf/DressCode.pdf Please note that you must follow all the rules for testing, which include the no-electronic-devices (described below) and no-leaving- campus policies (described above). The State has a strict electronic device policy. Students will not be permitted to have any electronic device anywhere within reach during testing. If they are found with any electronic device, whether they use it or not, their test will not be scored. They will be required to place their phones and other electronic devices in their purse or backpack or at a designated collection site during testing, but will not be able to access their purse/backpack, even during breaks, going to the restroom, etc. until they have completed testing.
Students are required to practice for any Computer Based Testing. All students must take a PracticeTest for the FSA Algebra 1 EOC. The Practice Test can be accessed on the FSA Portal http://www.fsassessments.org/ Contact the FSA Helpdesk 1-866-815-7246 for any questions or help.
I understand that by submitting my registration, I am agreeing to the above policies.*