Reassessment for Summative AssessmentsReassessment provides students the opportunity to demonstrate they have increased their knowledge, skills, and/or concepts from the first assessment. Any reassessment beyond the stated procedures would be determined by the teacher and/or campus administrator.Teachers will determine and announce if a minor assessment is eligible for reassessment.
- Reassessment provides students the opportunity to demonstrate they have increased their knowledge, skills, and/or concepts from the first assessment. Therefore, students who have already demonstrated mastery will not be reassessed. Mastery is defined as a student receiving a 90 or higher on an assessment.
- With extended assessments such as essays, portfolios, or long-term projects, where students receive feedback and the opportunity to show new learning during the process, there is no opportunity for reassessment.
- Reassessment occurs under the following conditions:
A. The student has scored less than 90 on the assessment.
B. High School students must complete formative assessments/assignments related to the summative (as determined by the teacher) prior to the first assessment opportunity. Middle School students must complete all formative assessments/assignments related to the summative prior to the reassessment opportunity.
C. The student engages in additional learning opportunities/assignments as determined by the teacher.
D. The student may reassess within four (4) school days of the student receiving the grade on the original assessment unless extenuating circumstances exist*.
E. The student may reassess no later than four (4) school days into the next grading period if the summative was given on the last week of the grading period.
- Students who qualify by meeting the aforementioned criteria may reassess one time per assessment.
- On a summative reassessment, the teacher shall record the higher of the two grades up to a 90.
*Extenuating circumstances will be determined by the teacher and/or campus administration.