Please fill out the registration below in order to sign up for the Spring 2017 FSA and/or NGSSS assessments to be administered beginning February 27 for the FSA ELA Writing Component through early May for EOCs. You will be assigned to your zoned school for testing. 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 need to wait until the next FSA or NGSSS administration.You MUST be registered with the St. Lucie School District as an active Home Education student in order to test. The address posted in your records will be the ones used to assign you to your zoned school for testing.You will receive information via email as to your testing site, date and time. You will receive this information/confirmation email dependent upon which test you are registering for. You should receive this no later than 1 week after the registration deadline for the test you registered for.Registration Deadlines:NO late registrations will be accepted.This registration must be completed and returned no later than 4 pm on the following dates for the assessments listed:
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.pdfYou will need to contact your assigned testing school to find out your scheduled date and time, as well as any specific rules they may have regarding drop off and pickup. Please note that you must follow all the rules for testing, which include the no electronic devices and no leaving campus policies. Students cannot leave before their test session allotted time is complete,even if they have completed the session. In addition, students cannot return to complete a session if they left campus prior to completing a session for any reason, including illness or doctor appointments, etc. No exceptions will be made.
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 an electronic test (ePAT) for Biology, Civics, US History EOCs, and a Training Test for the FSA CBTs -FSA ELA, including the Writing (Grades 8-10)and Reading (Grades 4-10)components, FSA Math (Grades 5-8) and ALL FSA EOCs -(Alg 1, Geometry, Alg 2) prior to arriving to test. The ePAT can be downloaded onto any computer for the student to practice. Go to www.FLAssessments.com/ePATs and follow the directions for launching. Contact Pearson 1-877-847-3043 for help. The FSA Training Tests 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.*