Spring 2018 Testing
EOC Testing: Algebra I, Biology & US History
End of Course Exams (EOC) for Algebra I, Biology, and US History will take place this week.
Monday, 5/7/2018: Algebra I
Tuesday, 5/8/2018: Biology
Wednesday, 5/9/2018: US History
Each exam is 4 hours in length and will be administered as an online exam, unless students received pre-approved accommodations indicating a different exam form. Students are expected to bring their fully charged chromebook and headphones or earbuds (if approved with accommodations); however, a limited number of computer/headphones will be available if the need arises.
Re-testing students will be given the opportunity to take the exam during this administration. If you have questions about your student’s testing status, please contact the RRHS Campus Testing Coordinator, Tina Moreland at christine_moreland@
Students who are scheduled to take an AP Exam during their scheduled EOC Exam, will take their AP Exam on the scheduled date and the EOC on Thursday, 5/10/2018. If you have any questions, please contact Lauren Winship at lauren_winship@roundrockisd.
The anticipated testing window for each EOC is 9:30AM-1:30PM . All students testing will attend D-Lunch and report to their 4th/8th period for their regular class.
Students will not be provided with a snack and water during testing during this administration. Students are allowed to bring their own “non-messy” snacks and water. (No nuts, and no Flaming Hot Cheetos, please!)
Non-testing Students:On the morning of the exam, testing students are encouraged to arrive by 8:55 AM and report directly to their assigned testing classroom. Student testing classroom assignments have been posted in the following campus locations: 1100 Cafeteria, 1200 Foyer and 100 Student Center. Attendance will be taken by their assigned testing proctor.
If your student is not participating in EOC Testing on May 7th-May 9th, they will follow their regular bell schedule; however, classrooms in the 1300, 2200, 2300 and 2500 wings will be relocated. Teachers will share the relocated classrooms with students and relocation lists will be posted posted throughout the campus before each test day.
Student lunches will be determined according to the relocated classroom. All students with an academic class during 3rd/7th period will attend either A, B or C lunch.
Student check-outs will only be permitted in the 1200 Building Main Office as the 100 Main Office is closed.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Lauren Winship (Assistant Principal) at 512-464-6012 or Tina Moreland (Campus Testing Coordinator) at christine_moreland@
Advanced Placement Exams
AP Exams begin on Monday, May 7! Below is a chart of the exam dates and times set by the College Board. For the 8 am exam, students should arrive by 7:30 am at their testing room. Students taking an exam at noon should be released from class by, but not before, 11:30 am in order to eat & prep for their test. Exam lists will be posted in the 100 building student center and the 1200 building atrium. Additionally, all students and parents were sent an individual exam schedule via email (those used during the exam registration period) at noon on Friday, May 4.
Students should arrive with a photo identification, #2 pencils, and calculators as appropriate to their exam needs (primarily math and science exams). No mechanical pencils, cell phones, smart watches/FitBits or the like are permitted in the testing rooms. Students may bring bottled water and stealthy snacks to their exam. =)