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1 Middle School BAC Training 2013 FALL TESTING

2 JCPS TESTING UNIT Jacque Queenan – Assessment Support Technician
Tammy Durham – Clerk II Ryan Goepper – Data Management/Research Technician Jessica Lyons – Data Management/Research Technician Donna Heun– Data Management/Research Technician Erica Thompson – District Assessment Coordinator

3 Testing Unit location Crittenden Drive, Building 7 (Entrance just beyond Gate 3 - Kentucky Exposition Center



6 Topics for Today Assessment Updates ACT EXPLORE
Alternate K-PREP/Alternate Assessment Administration Code Advance Program Testing Administration Code Training Inclusion of Special Populations Training

7 Assessment Updates

8 New DAC Training KDE:OAA: DSR: 8/7/2012 9

New DAC Training KDE:OAA: DSR: 8/7/2012 REQUIRED TESTING FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS Alternate Assessment (1%) ACCESS for English Language Learners W-APT ESL teachers in 39 schools will train for and administer the required WIDA W-APT this year. This is an effort to test those students who may have been missed by not enrolling through the ESL Intake Center. ESL teachers must keep test materials under “single-lock” when not in use. Marti Kinny’s office is coordinating this effort. ACCESS for ELLS IMPORTANT NOTE: There will be no extra “outside” assistance this year with the administration of ACCESS for ELLs. Alternate ACCESS FOR ELLS OTHER TESTING (High Schools/Special Schools should be administering ANY appropriate test(s) in order to assist a student in becoming college/career ready) COMPASS, KYOTE ASVAB, WorkKeys KOSSA, Industry Certifications 10

10 New DAC Training KDE:OAA: DSR: 8/7/2012 Key Assessment Themes DATA QUALITY—collaborative process between OAA and school/district staff to ensure accurate reporting of test results TEST SECURITY—checks and processes to monitor appropriate administration of state-required tests 11

11 Timeline for Reporting
All dates are tentative. Public Data Release Week of Sept PearsonAccess Re-Opens Aug. 14 (Growth included) SDRR Open Aug (New Changes) SDRR Closed Aug. 29 (All Changes Resolved) CCR Spreadsheets Aug School/District Summary Spreadsheets Aug. 19 QC Day for DACs Frankfort Sept. 12 12

12 Data Quality Accurate student level information Infinite Campus and
New DAC Training KDE:OAA: DSR: 8/7/2012 Data Quality Accurate student level information Infinite Campus and Student Data Review and Rosters (SDRR) Application Test Rosters Data Review Before public reporting—September release to schools After public reporting—10 days after public release 13

13 New DAC Training KDE:OAA: DSR: 8/7/2012 Test Security Seating Charts will be required for all state-required test administrations. Seating charts are required for optional tests that will be included in accountability if the test is administered by the school. Testing Unit will collect and maintain in case of potential investigations. Customized seating charts are on our Testing Unit website. 14

14 Administration Code and Inclusion Regulations Training
Fall Testing 2013 15

15 New DAC Training KDE:OAA: DSR: 8/7/2012 Test Security Ensuring training of appropriate school/district staff in testing regulations: Administration Code Inclusion Regulation 2009 versions are the most current. FYI – Regulations being opened for revision this year BUT we will operate under the 2009 version ALL year. Use the Allegation Reporting form again this year to report possible violations of either regulation. 16


17 Administration Code and Test Security
Appropriate training required for anyone administering ACT EXPLORE/ACT PLAN or EOC or optional tests Signatures on Administration Code Documentation of training-group signature form provided by Testing Unit. 18

18 Inclusion Regulation 2009 Inclusion of Special Populations Regulation (ACT EXPLORE/ACT PLAN, EOC) Anyone assisting with testing accommodations must be trained annually Documentation of training-group signature form provided by Testing Unit. 19

19 Alternate Assessment Administration Code and Test Security
Appropriate training required for anyone administering Alternate K-PREP (Attainment Tasks/Transition Attainment Record) 20

20 School Report Card Kentucky’s System for Data Reporting
Anticipated release is the week of September 23rd 21

21 Opening Page Welcome and Links to Additional Information

22 23 Two new sub-folders are under “Learning Environment” tab
Programs – Gifted and Talented, Migrant, Special Education Career Pathways – Career Tech offerings Review of this data completed in August by your school SRC representative. 23

23 SRC New for Year 2 Annual Measurable Objective goal
(1.0 improvement in Overall Score for below Proficient; .5 improvement for Proficient and above) New labels available with two years of data Progressing and High Progress SRC provides more detail Trend and disaggregated data 24

24 PearsonAccess Reports 25

25 Test Results Published reports are pre-generated reports and data extracts. To view a published report : Go to Test Results > View Published Reports to see a list of available reports. Select “District” or “School” from the View By options set. Click the organization name to see a list of reports for that organization. Click the Report Name to view. 26

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28 K-PREP Student Report- Grade 4
District will receive 2 print copies- 1 school copy 1 parent copy Performance Levels: N, A, P & D for each subject area Do not print reports. Testing Unit sends one copy to you and one copy to parents. 29

29 K-PREP Student Report-Grade 4
Student Growth Percentile- New on report this year (grades 4 – 8 only) National Percentile Ranking Lexile® and Quantile® scores 30

30 K-PREP Student Listing Report-Grade 6
Alternate K-PREP students receive a total score 31

31 K-PREP School Summary Report
Status of Reporting Category- New this year 32

32 Alternate K-PREP Report-Grade 8
Attainment Tasks Results 33

33 Alternate K-PREP Report-Grade 8
Transition Attainment Record (TAR) Explore (8), Plan (10) and ACT (11) 34

34 CIITS Continuous Instructional Improvement Technology System 35
New DAC Training KDE:OAA: DSR: 8/7/2012 CIITS Continuous Instructional Improvement Technology System 35

35 CIITS & Assessments Additional items (~2,000) are under review.
Supports classroom formative assessments and district/school benchmark assessments. Contains professional development opportunities. Additional items (~2,000) are under review. Purchased items are correlated(not congruent) to standards. Any item may be edited or changed by a teacher. Formative Item Pool (FIP) from QualityCore End-of-Course is available for the four EOC courses. A teacher/school/district may choose to share their items and tests. Over 150,000 assessments have been created. Infinite Campus is the authoritative source for most CIITS data. IC contact sets roles for each user. 36

36 KDE Vendor New Results for Career Coming Soon ACCESS for ELLs COMPASS
KYOTE KOSSA ASVAB WorkKeys Industry Certs. MAP Discovery Education Additional Vendors Soon K-PREP Alternate K-PREP EPAS QualityCore EOC National ACT Growth SAT 10 KDE Vendor New Results for Career Coming Soon K-PREP grades 3-8, 10,11 Alternate K-PREP Explore Plan ACT Jr. Administration QualityCore End-of-Course MC/MC National ACT data Career data will come from the TEDS system and show for all students COMPASS and KYOTE data may not be available until after the grade 12 student graduates. KDE COMPASS results will be added more frequently. COMPASS results from a college for students not in grade 12 will be added, when received. KDE striving to enter data more frequently. 37

37 CIITS Assessment Reports
Report Bank contains new pre-formatted reports. Additional reports will be added as more data becomes available, such as K-PREP Longitudinal Reporting and College/Career Ready. Feedback and suggestions are welcome. 38

Useful during student accountability work 39

39 ACT EXPLORE September 16, 2013 - September 27, 2013

40 ACT EXPLORE Supervisor’s Manual carefully!
Be sure to read your ACT EXPLORE Supervisor’s Manual carefully! This is an “off the shelf” manual that is not customized for the state of Kentucky. Certain points in this presentation will override information in the manual.

41 IGNORE All directions concerning payment of ACT EXPLORE fees.
All instructions about ordering research and reporting services All references to a Local School Norms Request Form All directions about calling ACT All directions about mailing things to ACT

42 Test materials from previous years MUST NOT be used.
SHRED them – they cannot be scored. ACT EXPLORE uses a new test form each year.

43 EXPLORE Materials September 9th Ordered in August
Test materials and Pre-ID labels arrive in separate shipments directly to Testing Unit. Original Materials Arrive At Schools Via Regular Pony Run – SIGNATURE REQUIRED when delivered to schools via JCPS pony. Alert your front office staff! Materials MUST be kept secure once they reach your school. September 9th

44 Supplemental Orders New this Year… No overage sent to Testing Unit
Inventory your materials right away Erica Thompson if you have extra test books/answer folders School headers and answer folders with pre-printed labels MAY NOT be shared between schools Overnight shipping no longer available 3-5 day delivery to districts No overnight shipping. Any supplemental order will take 3-5 days for delivery.

45 ACT EXPLORE MATERIALS Explore Supervisor’s Manual and Packet
Why Take Explore? Instructions for Completing your Answer Folder Explore test books Answer folders - one per student testing Any accommodated materials ordered Explore Scoring Envelope Explore School Header Explore Posters Student Pre-ID labels The polymailer envelope will be kept at the Testing Unit.

46 Fall 2010 Testing & Reporting DAC Training
Supplemental Orders Print a list of your 8th graders from IC immediately after you receive your test material shipment . How many test materials do you need? Inventory using the Materials Packing list. Discrepancies? Call the JCPS Testing Unit immediately. Compare your inventory with the number of sets of materials needed for your school. Do you have enough test materials? If you need to order additional materials, call us immediately. The JCPS Testing Unit has NO overage of ACT EXPLORE testing materials. OAA: DSR: 8/9/2010

47 TEST MATERIALS Security of Materials
After inventory your test materials, reseal the carton(s) and lock them in a secure place. Protect the materials from damage, from possible theft or loss and from any conditions that could allow prior knowledge of the tests.

48 TEST MATERIALS Distribution, Security & Organization
If more than one testing room is to be used - Count out the appropriate quantities of materials before testing Record the number of test booklets assigned to each room Give the test booklets to the room supervisors personally. Write student names on their individual test booklets (name labels that you create can be used also). Test booklets must be returned to students after their individual student reports arrive.

49 TEST MATERIALS Distribution, Security & Organization
Never leave test booklets in an unattended room. Do not transfer test materials to any other school Consult the JCPS Testing Unit if you have LOTS of extra test materials. Current test booklets should be securely stored after test administration and must returned to students with their score reports.

50 Nonparticipation Nonparticipation could include reasons such as:
First year LEP Foreign exchange student Medical exemption Extraordinary Circumstances exemption Alternate Assessment ? Document on SDRR Do not return answer sheets for students that are not participating. (This includes Alternate Assessment Students.)

51 Medical Exemptions Extraordinary Circumstances Exemptions
Nonparticipation Medical Exemptions Extraordinary Circumstances Exemptions 51

52 Students with a Medical Exemption


54 Extraordinary Circumstances Exemptions

55 Medical Emergencies

56 Students with a Medical Emergency
Contact the JCPS Testing Unit immediately for approval of Medical Emergency accommodations.

57 Student Data Reporting and Review (SDRR)
ACT EXPLORE rosters completed on SDRR Nonparticipation marked on SDRR Accommodations marked on SDRR Rosters MUST be completed by midnight on Friday, September 27, 2013 57 57

58 ACT EXPLORE Reminders Do NOT return used test booklets. Hold and return to students with their Student Reports Keep all accommodation kit materials to return with student reports including CDs, large print and Braille. Destroy any unused materials

59 “Off Grade Level” Testing EXPLORE Sample Tests
EXPLORE Sample Tests can be given at “off grades” (6th, 7th) JCPS purchased ACT EXPLORE sample tests two years ago for this purpose. 8th grade ACT EXPLORE tests cannot be reused for this purpose. Any additional use of the ACT PLAN is considered a violation of copyright law. Off-grade administration cannot be done prior to the grade 8 administration. “Off grade level” administration DURING OR AFTER the grade 8 test window is acceptable. 8th graders MAY NOT participate in any sort of ACT EXPLORE practice or sample test prior to or during the fall testing window.

60 Copyright Issues Recent questions about the reuse of materials or items prompted a review and discussion of ACT, Inc. copyrights Do not use items/tests as “bell ringers,” sponge activities or as part of ongoing instruction. Tests are not to be reused in any way. Destroy any remaining materials. Test items should not be used or reproduced in any way to avoid violating copyright laws.

61 ACT EXPLORE REPORTS ACT will ship school reports to district offices approximately 10 business days after receipt of answer documents.

62 Supervisor = BAC


64 ACT Explore Supervisor’s Manual Highlights

65 Important Note: Supervisor’s Manual
Page 5 4B – If a student does not have a Pre-ID Label, a responsible adult must grid the identifying information, NOT the student.

66 Important Note: Supervisor’s Manual Use OPTION #3 for Verbal Instructions for students
Page 25 - After reading this box - Skip to Page 30 and start with Option 3 with the block below

67 TEST SCHEDULING (1 Day or 2 Day Administration)
Test during the first week of the testing window if possible.

68 TEST SCHEDULING (1 Day) Administer in this order:
Student Information Section and any other Noncognitive components Four academic tests (English, Mathematics, Reading and Science) are administered in the order in which they appear in the test booklet.

Day One Student Information Section and other Noncognitive components are administered. Day Two Four academic tests (English, Mathematics, Reading and Science) are administered in the order in which they appear in the test booklet.

70 TEST SCHEDULING (1 Day or 2 Day Administration)
Academic tests must NOT be administered prior to the Student Information Section and other Non-cognitive components for any student. The four academic tests (English, Mathematics, Reading and Science) MUST all be administered on the same day.

71 TEST SCHEDULING (1 Day or 2 Day Administration)

72 TEST MATERIALS OLD MATERIALS (any materials prior to 2013)
Should be shredded Cannot be scored ACT EXPLORE uses a new test form each year (Form 05B for 2013)

73 TEST MATERIALS SPECIAL MATERIALS AVAILABLE Braille Large Print test book Audio CD Reader’s Scripts

BEFORE ADMINISTRATION BEGINS Adhere Student Pre-ID Labels or (if no label is received for a given student) complete all appropriate boxes (shown later) Use SSID (NOT JCPS ID) ACT EXPLORE answer folders MUST be returned in the same order as the names appear on the SDRR roster

75 Students With Labels Adhere the Pre-ID Label to the appropriate place on the ACT EXPLORE answer folder. DO NOT print or bubble anything else on the front page of the ACT EXPLORE answer folder. EXPLORE form 05B – Do not have to bubble

76 Orientation of Pre-ID Labels
Answer Documents Orientation of Pre-ID Labels TOP OF LABEL BOTTOM OF LABEL Adhere the label so that the instructions on the answer folder and the student’s name can both be read “right side up.”

If there is a mistake on a student label: Do not use the label Prepare answer document for student by bubbling in boxes A, B, D & E and G - H with student/school information.

78 Students Without Labels
Prepare answer document for student by bubbling in boxes A, B, D & E and G - H with student/school information. Add student to the ACT EXPLORE roster in SDRR.

79 Answer Documents

80 Answer Documents

81 Reporting Accommodations on answer folder (OPTIONAL)
Special accommodations are at the discretion of school personnel for students with a current IEP or 504 Plan. ACCOMMODATIONS MUST be documented on SDRR. In order to receive accommodation information on reports the accommodation area of the forms must be completed.

82 Answer Documents

83 ACT EXPLORE Test Book Cover
Student will be asked to read and copy a certification statement indicating they understand: the testing rules that testing items are confidential and may not be shared in any manner that they are the student whose name appears on the test booklet

84 Selecting and Training Testing Staff - p. 3
A room supervisor is needed in each testing room to read directions and monitor students. If test rooms are likely to have more than 25 students, additional personnel should be assigned to assist the room supervisor. Be sure that all personnel who will assist with testing are familiar with the contents of the Room Supervisor’s Manual.

85 Selecting and Training Testing Staff - p. 3
To protect both the examinees and the supervisor from questions of possible conflict of interest, the room supervisor must: NOT be a relative or guardian of an examinee in their assigned room NOT be a private consultant or individual tutor whose fees are paid by the examinee or examinee’s family

86 Selecting and Training Testing Staff - p. 3
Train testing staff Prior to testing, testing staff must read and be familiar with the Test Administration Manual and the script.

87 Selecting and Training Testing Staff - p. 3
Remember - Anyone assisting with test administration MUST be trained in the Administration Code. People providing accommodations must also be trained in Inclusions of Special Populations.

88 Preparing Students for the Test Day
A few days prior to the test day, distribute copies of “Why Take EXPLORE?” and instruct students to bring the following: Two #2 pencils with erasers Calculator with the four basic functions plus square root function (schools may provide) A watch to pace themselves (optional)

89 Your school is responsible for providing the following in each testing room – p. 6
a supply of # 2 pencils (no ink or mechanical pencils) pencil sharpener two reliable timepieces (watch, stopwatch or interval timer) scratch paper supply of calculators for use during the mathematics test chalkboard or bulletin board for posting Start and Stop times for each test

90 STUDENT ILLNESS Page 21 –Mark in Supervisor’s Manual
If a student becomes ill and asks to leave the room after starting the timed academic tests – Collect the student’s answer folder and test booklet Mark the time that the student leaves the room on his/her test booklet If the student returns and continues testing, the time lost may NOT be made up. Record the lost time on the Testing Irregularity Report. If the student DOES NOT return until the next day, the student may complete the section(s) of the test missed during a makeup session. Only allow the amount of time the student missed.

91 Makeup Testing – p. 13 Makeup testing must be done for students who are absent on the test date or for students who become ill during the test. Use a separate seating chart for makeup testing. Makeup testing should be completed as soon as possible and MUST be completed: (a) By the end of the testing window (b) In accordance with the standard test administration procedures described in the Test Supervisor’s Manual.

92 ACT EXPLORE Procedures Checklist
Supervisor’s Manual p. 62

93 Post-Test Activities to Be Completed by the BAC

94 Voided Tests Codes – p. 21 If you believe you have reason to appropriately void any of the content sections on ACT EXPLORE (i.e. student caught cheating), contact the JCPS Testing Unit immediately.


96 Eligibility for Special Testing Accommodations
Students with IEPs, 504 Plans or PSPs

97 Testing with Accommodations
Same as those allowed on K-PREP last spring Accommodated test forms All test forms are the same

98 Page 15 –Supervisor’s Manual
Testing with Accommodations Not in your packet – Mark in Supervisor’s Manual Reader’s Script May be used ONLY to read test questions in a SEPARATE ROOM for the ONE STUDENT to whom it is assigned. Page 15 –Supervisor’s Manual

99 Testing with Accommodations
Use of this script for group testing is NOT allowed. If the script is read (or signed) to more than one student in the same room, scores for all these students will be cancelled automatically.

100 Testing with Accommodations
For students who use a large-print response worksheet, item responses must be carefully transferred by a responsible adult to a standard ACT EXPLORE answer folder for scoring. ACT will not score a large-print worksheet or transfer responses to a standard answer folder.

101 EXPLORE ROSTERS Sept. 9th – Sept. 27th
Complete rosters in Student Data Review and Reporting (SDRR). Roster window will be open Sept. 9th – Sept. 27th

102 EXPLORE Rosters Complete in SDRR: Name Date of Birth Testing Location
Exemptions Accommodations??

103 ACT EXPLORE Rosters Your ACT EXPLORE Roster on SDRR must include every student listed in Infinite Campus as being enrolled in your school as an 8th Grader on the 1st day of the Fall Testing Window. New this year – Demographics will be pre-populated in SDRR. Changes to demographics MUST be made in Infinite Campus. A nightly pull from IC will be done to update SDRR.

104 ACT EXPLORE Rosters Accountability will be based on 100 instructional days from the prior year. The Office of Assessment and Accountability will match students tested to prior school year data (We completed this work last spring). Accountability work will be completed, tentatively, in January 2014.

105 Materials Return ACT EXPLORE Tyvek envelopes:
Student answer folders School Headers Testing Irregularity Forms/Comment Forms (if applicable) JCPS envelope for other materials listed on the check in sheet. Materials will be hand-delivered to the JCPS Testing Unit according to the schedule shown on the next slide. Materials return will be BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. DO NOT SEAL ENVELOPES

106 Materials Return Tuesday, October 1st
Schools administering ACT EXPLORE Wednesday, October 2nd Schools administering ACT PLAN Thursday, October 3rd Schools administering both ACT EXPLORE and ACT PLAN

107 Materials Return Appointments will be ONE HOUR in length.
Appointment Request Forms will be sent via and returned through the Testing Unit fax (3775). Appointments will be assigned in the order they are received.

108 Completing your School Header form
To facilitate scoring of your answer folders in a timely fashion, fill out your School Report Header completely and accurately. If you cannot locate this form, please call JCPS Testing

109 School Header Form If not already present, carefully remove your Pre-ID label from your PACKING SLIP and place it inside the four corner brackets Return with your test materials.

110 School Header Form Box C, F, G, H and I MUST be completed in exactly the same way for every school in the district. The information needed to complete Box B and Box K is found on your packing slip.


112 Scheduling Testing Sessions
Preparing testing rooms Examples of seating arrangements Students should all face the same direction during testing Use of calculators

113 Room Supervisors – p. 25 Read directions exactly as they are written (Use Option #3) Monitor students

114 Posted Instructional Materials
REMOVE OR COVER: Maps, posters, charts or any content related materials (per Administration Code regulation) Periodic Tables need not be covered.

115 Calculators – p. 9

116 Use of Calculators – p. 9 ACT has LOTS of rules about calculators!! Read them carefully.

117 Calculators – p. 9 Students should have calculators available for this test. Calculators need the four basic functions (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division), plus a square root function. 117

118 Use of Calculators – p. 9 Students should use the type of calculator with which they are most comfortable. If the school normally provides calculators for students, then the same calculators should be provided on the test day. If the students normally provide their own, or if any student would feel more comfortable using their own calculators, he/she should bring and use his/her own calculator on the test day.

119 Use of Calculators – p. 9 A supply of calculators with at least the four basic functions, plus a square root function, should be available on test day to lend to any student who did not bring a calculator, whose calculator does not perform the necessary function or whose calculator malfunctions during the test. It is advisable that all calculators be checked prior to testing to be sure they are working properly.

120 Use of Calculators Read the information on Pages 9 and 10 of the Supervisor’s Manual and be sure to follow the instructions to the letter.

121 Other ACT EXPLORE Test Administration Policies Supervisor’s Manual Pages 19 - 22
Unauthorized testing aids Questions/Guessing Rest Period Leaving the room during testing Announcement of Time Remaining Electronic Devices Reporting Irregularities in Test Administration Student Challenge of Test Items Mistiming Defective Test Booklet or Answer Folder Voiding Tests or Answer Folders Student Who Becomes Ill Prohibited Behavior

122 Defective Answer Folder
If an answer folder needs to be replaced, have a responsible adult (NOT THE STUDENT) transfer all information to the new answer folder after the timed portion of testing is completed.

123 Forms to be Completed by the Room Supervisor
Supervisor’s Comment Form (if necessary) Page 63 of the Supervisor’s Manual Testing Irregularity Report (if necessary) Page 65 of the Supervisor’s Manual

124 Checking Folders (Room Supervisor Responsibility) This will be very helpful when you organize materials from all classrooms. Turn all answer folders the same way with the same side up, alphabetizing the answer folders by student last name. Make sure there is one answer folder for each student who took the test.

125 Checking Folders (Room Supervisor Responsibility) This will be very helpful when you organize materials from all classrooms. Check the answer folders for the following and correct as necessary: Are answers marked with a soft-lead pencil? If a student used a pen or marker, use a soft-lead (no. 2) pencil to mark over his or her answer choices. Have all stray marks or doodles been erased? Are all marks neat and dark, filling the answer spaces completely?

126 Checking Folders (Room Supervisor Responsibility) This will be very helpful when you organize materials from all classrooms. Room Supervisors separate used and unused test materials and return all materials to the Building Assessment Coordinator.

127 Finishing Folders (BAC Responsibility)
Alphabetize answer folders by school, by student last name. Materials should be appropriately packed for return to the JCPS Testing Unit. Complete SDRR ACT EXPLORE rosters by midnight on Friday, September 27th.

128 Packing Materials to Return to JCPS Testing Unit
Place answer folders in ACT Tyvek envelopes DO NOT seal the envelopes DO NOT mail the answer folders to ACT Return the answer folders to the JCPS Testing Unit during your assigned Materials Return Appointment


130 ALL answer folders mailed back will be scored, blank or not Unused test booklets, unused answer folders, etc. should be destroyed, NOT returned 130

131 Disposition of Other Testing Materials
Keep totally voided answer folders for your records or destroy them. Used test booklets should be kept at the school to return to students when they receive their test scores. Keep ALL accommodation materials to return to students when they receive their test scores. Discard unused test booklets after all students have received their reports and test booklets. All other materials should be destroyed.

132 Final Steps The JCPS Testing Unit will print a copy of your SDRR roster to use during materials check in. It is highly recommended that you download a copy of your own ACT EXPLORE SDRR roster (MS excel format) for your own records.

133 Score Returns Approximately 10 days after receipt of test materials school reports ship from ACT to district offices.

134 Group Seating Chart – p. 1

135 Group Seating Chart – p. 2


137 Just give us a call or send us an email…. JCPS Testing Unit 485-3388

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