Reassessment procedures

Students are given one opportunity to reassess on a summative assessment.  The following guidelines are applied to every summative assessment:

-Students earning a 1 on a major assessment will be required to go to their teacher for reteaching and will reassess on the skill(s) they earned a 1 on

-Students earning a 2 on a major assessment will be encouraged to go to their teacher for reteaching and will be allowed to reassess on the skill(s) they earned a 2 on

-Students earning a 3 on a major assessment will be allowed to set up a reteaching session (although it is not required) and they will be allowed to reassess on the skill(s) they earned a 3 on

In order for a student to reassess, they must fill out the Retake/Revision form that is available to all students.  This form requires students to identify the skills they would like to reassess on, set up a time to meet with the teacher for reteaching, and why the student did not perform up to their capability on the assessment.  The student is also required to complete all of their formative work in order to be eligible to reassess. 

The score that a student earns on the reassessment (providing it is an improvement from the previous assessment) will be the score that is reported out.  There is no averaging of scores from the two assessments.