Dragon News: EOC Testing – Algebra I, Biology & US History
The Algebra I, Biology and US History End of Course (EOC) Exams will take place next week.
Monday, May 6, 2019 – Algebra I
Tuesday, May 7, 2019 – Biology
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 – US History
Each exam is 4 hours in length and will be administered as an online exam, unless students receive pre-approved accommodations indicating a different exam form. The Algebra I and Biology EOC exams, will be administered to all 9th Grade students who have not previously taken, and the US History EOC exam will be administered to all 11th Grade students who have not previously taken. Students who need to retake any of the exams will be given the opportunity to do so 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@
Timeframe & Attendance
The anticipated testing window for each EOC exam is 9:30AM-1:30PM. All students participating in an EOC exam will remain in their testing classroom until testing materials are securely collected by our campus testing coordinator. Students will be released from testing to D-Lunch (1:59-2:34) and attend their regularly scheduled 4th/8th period class. Students who receive extended testing time accommodations will be provided a lunch break, if necessary, in their classroom, and will resume testing to complete their exam.
On the morning of the exam, testing students are encouraged to arrive by 8:55 AM and report directly to their assigned testing classrooms. Student testing classroom assignments will be posted in the following campus locations: 1200 Cafeteria/ 1200 Foyer/ 100 Student Center by Friday, May 3, 2019. Attendance will be taken by their assigned testing proctor and again during their last class period of the day.
Pre-arranged pick-up will not be available on EOC testing days. We encourage all students to be present for the entire school day. If you are planning on checking-out your student on any of these testing days, please make arrangements for a delay.
Students are expected to bring their fully charged chromebook and headphones or earbuds: however, a limited number of computer/headphones will be available if the need arises.
Students will not be provided with a snack and water during testing. Students are allowed to bring their own “non-messy” snacks and water. (No nuts and no Flaming Hot Cheetos, please!)
If your student is not participating in EOC Testing on April 9th-11th, they will follow their regular bell schedule; however, classrooms in the 1300, 2200, 2300 and 2400 wings will be relocated. Teachers will share the relocated classrooms with students and the relocation lists will be posted throughout the campus on testing days.
Student lunches will be determined according to the relocated classroom. All students with an academic class during 3rd period will attend either A, B or C lunch and students with Athletics during 3rd period will attend D-Lunch.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Lauren Winship (Assistant Principal) at 512-464-6022 or Tina Moreland (Campus Testing Coordinator) at christine_moreland@