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Testing Information

 

 

NC Check-Ins are interim assessments developed by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) that are aligned to North Carolina grade-level content standards (for reading and mathematics) and North Carolina Essential Standards (for science). 

 

The main purpose of NC Check-Ins is to provide students, teachers, and parents, with immediate in-depth action data and a reliable estimate of students’ current performance on the selected subset of content standards. Both the end-of-grade (EOG) tests and the end-of course (EOC) tests share a common item bank with the NC Check-Ins, which then exposes NC Check-In students to similar item types and rigor found on the EOGs and EOCs.

 

These are our school windows for testing this year:

 

NC Check-ins #3 testing April 21st and April 22nd

NC Check-ins #3 testing April 23rd

 

 

Exact dates will be determined at a later time and discussed at Leadership meetings -- these are just windows. During each window for NC Check-ins, we will only be testing a couple of days.  

 

 

 

EOGs have to be within the last 10 days of school. We will post exact dates by subject at a later date. 

 

 

 

 

What are NC Check Ins??

 

 

What are EOGs?

 

 

Math 1 and English 1 students will be required to take the EOC.

 

8th Graders taking a Math 1 EOC are exempt from Math 8 EOG.