2021-2022 Testing Windows
December 8 – 21: District Exams (Grades 6-8)
Wednesday, Dec 15 – District Semester Final Exam for all Middle Grade students enrolled in PE
Thursday, Dec 16 – District Midterm Exams for Middle School students enrolled in High School credit Math (Algebra & Geometry) and Science (Physical Science & Biology)
Jan 10 – Feb 4: i-Ready (K-5, Middle School standard ELA and Math classes)
April 4 – 14: FSA ELA Reading (3rd grade); FSA ELA Writing (Grades 4-8)
April 19 – 29: District Exams (Grades 6-8)
April 25 – June 2: i-Ready (K-5, Middle School standard ELA and Math classes)
May 2 – 13: FSA ELA Reading (Grades 4-6); FSA Math (Grades 3-6)
May 2 – 27: Civics EOC, FSA ELA Reading (Grades 7-8); FSA Math (Grades 7-8); Geometry EOC; Algebra EOC, Biology EOC
May 9 – 20: Statewide Science Assessment (Grades 5 and 8)
May 19 – June 2: District Exams for High School Level Courses without EOC (Physical Science)
Scores for the Spring 2021 administration of Florida Statewide Assessments (FSA) are now available to families in HAC. For detailed directions on how to locate the scores in HAC, click here. For those students who achieved a 3 or greater on their FSA, please click here to read a message from the Governor.
If you require a hard copy of your student’s score report, please contact Mrs. Campbell via email at [email protected], and she can prepare a copy to be available for pick-up at the front desk.
Testing Policies for student and parent/guardian awareness:
- Electronic Devices Policy—Electronic devices are not permitted during testing and violation of this is grounds for test invalidation.
- Leaving Campus—If students leave campus before completing a test session (e.g., for lunch, an appointment, illness), they will not be allowed to return to that session.
- Testing Rules Acknowledgment—All FSA tests include a statement that students sign verifying that they will abide by the testing rules.
- Discussing Test Content after Testing—By signing the Testing Rules Acknowledgment, students also affirm that they will not discuss or reveal details about the test content (including test items, passages, and prompts) after the test*.
*While students may not share information about secure test content after testing, this policy is not intended to prevent students from discussing their testing experiences with their parents/families.
Information on Gifted Screenings and Evaluations-The St. Johns County School District screens all 2nd grade students each year to identify those who many be eligible for gifted services. Students at other grade levels are screened on a referral basis. Please refer to gifted information page under our helpful links for information on the timeline and how to request screenings. Children in the St. Johns County School District (SJCSD) are allowed two screenings by any school in the SJCSD.