RRMS 2023 Winter District Finals: December 18-22
The purpose of this letter is to inform you that your child will take at least one District Final during December 18-22. District Finals will account for 10% of the student’s current semester grade in the course.
RRMS 2024 Spring Assessment Information
FAST, EOC, and District Finals windows will begin in the beginning of May and run through the end of May. All students are required to take their assessment on campus, there is no remote option for the FAST and EOC assessments. Our goal is to help students feel confident, safe, and successful during their testing session. Attendance is key to success, please make attendance a priority as there is a limited make up window. These assessments play an important role in determining student learning growth and course placement for the upcoming year.
All student lists will be posted on the Media Center, Cafeteria, and Grade Level Hallways. All assessments are computer-based and students have up to all day to take them.
Please review the UNDER CONSTRUCTION for specific dates and times. There are very limited make ups for these assessments. Please make sure students are present during their assigned testing times. All students will get FREE breakfast in the cafeteria on their testing days.
FAST Math – Students must sit for 120-minutes for one section
FAST Reading – Students must sit for 90-minutes
FCAT Science –ALL 8th grade students AND 7th grade ACCELERATED science students must sit for 80-Minutes for each section 1 and 2. For a total of 160-minutes.
Algebra/Geometry EOC – Students must sit for 160-minutes
Civics EOC – Students must sit for 160-minutes session but may use up to 1 whole school day
Parent Informational Letters
Grades 6-8 FAST ELA and Math & Algebra/Geometry EOC – Computer-based Assessments:
The purpose of this letter is to inform you that your student will take the computer-based FAST ELA and FAST Math assessments in May (see calendar for designated times).
Civics – Computer-based Assessments:
The purpose of this letter is to inform you that your student will take the computer-based Civics Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) End-of-Course (EOC) Assessment. Each NGSSS EOC assessment is administered in one 160-minute session, but students may work up to the length of a typical school day.
Science NGSS – Paper-based Assessments (8th Grade Science, 7th Grade Accelerated Science Honors, Physical Science Honors: