- Braden River HS
2020 1st Semester Exam Schedule
Good afternoon Pirates,
I want to thank each one of you for a wonderful first few months as we all worked together through the challenges of a very different school year. We appreciate you continuing to follow our health and safety protocols so we can continue to have in person and online opportunities for everyone to continue learning.
When you return on Monday, November 30, we will have two weeks of classes and will then have an exam week. Due to the nature of giving Semester Exams that count for 20% of your semester average, we do have an updated schedule to follow that is attached to this email. During the week of December 14th - 18th, we will have all students, regardless of modality, take their EOC Exams on campus. eLearning students are receiving a letter home about the date and time for their EOC Exams and will receive additional information about their other exams from their eLearning teachers.
The schedule for that week changes the at home learning day for Hybrid students to Monday and requires Hybrid students to come to school Tuesday through Friday for your specific period semester exam. No early exams will be given and if you are absent or miss the designated time for your exam, you will receive a "zero" for the exam grade until you schedule a make-up exam with your teacher. Your teacher will have more specific information for you about your semester exam and how to best prepare.
Hybrid & On Campus:
I hope that each of you enjoy the Thanksgiving break and come back on November 30th ready to finish the 1st semester strong.
Be well, stay safe and Go Pirates!!
Sharon Scarbrough, Principal
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