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Test Dates and Information

 

2017-2018 Testing

For details on all spring testing please refer to this pdf:

Spring Testing Information 2017-2018

Testing by Grade

  • 9th Grade: Colorado PSAT 9 (State Assessment)

            April 10: 8:20-11:30 testing (No classes in afternoon — testing only)

  • 10th Grade: Colorado PSAT 10 (State Assessment)

            April 10: 8:20-12:00 testing (No classes in afternoon — testing only)

  • 11th Grade: Cherry Creek School District ACT (District Assessment)

            February 27: 8:20-12:00 testing (Periods 5-8 after testing)

Colorado SAT (State Assessment) on April 10: 8:20-1:30 (8:20-12:30 if student is not   taking the optional essay; no classes in afternoon — testing only)

CMAS Science (State Assessment)

 April 18: 8:20-11:20 testing (Periods 1-4 after testing)

  •  12th Grade: No Testing

            Modified half day schedule after testing on February 27

            No classes in afternoon — testing only — on April 10

            Modified half day schedule after testing on April 18


 

Testing Exemption Instructions

Colorado legislation gives parents the right to refuse to have their children take the state standardized tests without any negative consequences to the student, teacher or school.

If you will be exempting your student from testing, please follow the directions to complete the exemption form in your parent account at my.cherrycreek.org by following these directi​ons​. We ask that you do this at least two weeks prior to testing so that the school can develop its assessment schedule.

The new law only applies to the state mandated tests and does not apply to other tests given in the classroom as part of the course work.  For the Cherry Creek School District ACT parents/guardians should email Marcus McDavid (mmcdavid@cherrycreekschools.org) directly, stating their desire to exempt their child from taking the District ACT.


 

Testing Contact Information

For any questions relating to Colorado PSAT 9: Michael Mazenko, Program Assistant, 720-554-2185; mmazenko@cherrycreekschools.org (PSAT 9: paper/pencil exam)

For any questions relating to Colorado PSAT 10 & CMAS Science: Jessica Robinson, Assistant to the Principal, 720-554-2308; jrobinson60@cherrycreekschools.org (PSAT10: paper/pencil exam; CMAS: computer)

For any questions relating to CCSD ACT & Colorado SAT: Marcus McDavid, Assistant Principal, 720-554-2255; mmcdavid@cherrycreekschools.org (ACT & SAT: paper/pencil exam)


 

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