Exams – January 24 – 29, 2019

GRADES 9-12

  • Students will write their Periods 1, 2, 3 and 4 exams in their regularly scheduled classrooms according to their timetable. Exams will commence at 8:30 a.m.
Thursday,

January 24

Friday,

January 25

Monday,

January 28

Tuesday,

January 29

Wednesday,

January 30

All students writing an exam for a course scheduled for PERIOD ONE on their timetable. All students writing an exam for a course scheduled for PERIOD TWO on their timetable. All students writing an exam for a course scheduled for PERIOD THREE (3AB, 3AC, 3BC) on their timetable. All students writing an exam for a course scheduled for PERIOD FOUR on their timetable. Students who have missed an exam due to an approved absence

(Doctor’s note required)

 

  • Exams (January 24th to January 30th) will commence at 8:30 a.m. each day. Exams 2 hours long for grade 12.
  • Thursday, January 31st is Exam Review Day. Teachers are available to review exams in designated rooms from 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Buses arrive and drop off at regular times.
  • Friday, February 1st, 2019 is a P.A. Day. No Students, No Buses.

 

BISHOP P. F. REDING CATHOLIC SECONDARY SCHOOL

2018-2019 EXAMINATION PROCEDURE Semester I

  1. Students must be in full uniform as per the school dress code.
  2. Buses will run on their normal schedule. There will be no early dismissal bus runs.

 

  1. If a student is ill on a scheduled exam day, the student must provide a doctor’s note. Please contact the Attendance office by 8:00 a.m. on the day of the exam. All missed exams will be written as arranged with the Vice-Principal.
  2. Students who arrive late for an exam must report to the Attendance Office before proceeding to the examination room.
  3. Students will be admitted to their classroom (Examination Room) 5 minutes prior to the start of the examination. School bags and electronics will not be permitted into the examination room.
  4. Silence is to be maintained from the moment students enter the Examination Room. Please take your seat and begin writing your examination as directed by your classroom teacher/supervisor.
  5. Your classroom/supervising teacher will provide all paper supplies required to write the exam. Students are expected to provide their own pens, pencils, erasers, ruler, calculator, etc.
  6. All students writing examinations are expected to remain in the examination room for at least one hour. Students writing exams in a regular classroom who do not leave at the one-hour mark are asked to remain in the room until either the 1.5-hour or the 2-hour mark as appropriate. Students who are at school, but not writing an examination are expected to remain in the library for the entire examination period. No students are to be in the hallways during examination time.
  7. If a student is found to be cheating during an exam, the incident will be reported to the Vice-Principal immediately and a mark of zero may be assigned.
  8. Buses will run on their normal schedule. There will be no early dismissal bus runs.
  9. Students are responsible for returning their assigned textbooks prior to writing the exam. No exam will be withheld; however, students with outstanding materials will be reported to the main office. If a textbook has been lost, students will be expected to compensate the school with a replacement fee.
  10. Emergency School Closure Policy: If, for any reason (i.e. inclement weather), the school is closed for a day during the exam period, the exam will be written the next day and all subsequent exams will be shifted forward one day.

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