Students unable to attend campus on Wednesday, March 24th will need to participate asynchronously via Google Classroom in all of your A-Day classes to be counted present for the day. For those students on campus testing, we anticipate that the test will conclude at around 1:00 PM.
Students can leave campus at this time if they complete this Request to Leave Campus Form and are able to arrange for transportation. Lunch will be held as soon as testing is complete and the buses will run at 4:00 PM. Students that do not leave campus will go to the cafeteria for the remainder of the school day.
If you missed the School Day SAT Webniar, please see the presentation and recording below
FRESHMEN, SOPHOMORES AND SENIORS:
Wednesday, March 24th all Juniors will be taking the School Day SAT at Vista Ridge High School. All Freshmen, Sophomores and Seniors will participate in asynchronous learning from home and should not come to campus. All classwork will be posted in Google Classrooms. Student participation in their classes asynchronous classwork will be required to be counted present for attendance.
Wednesday, March 24th, all Juniors will be taking the School Day SAT at Vista Ridge High School. All classes will be held asynchronously for Freshmen, Sophomores, and Seniors. Classwork will be posted in Google Classrooms. Student participation in the SAT or asynchronous classwork will be required to be counted present for attendance.
The School Day SAT test will only be offered in person at VRHS on March 24th. Social distancing will be maintained during the exam and students will be assigned to a room with 13 students or fewer. Students will be required to wear masks while on campus and fill out the Daily Health Screener before their arrival. Students should arrive at VRHS by 8:30 AM on Wednesday, March 24th. Room and seat numbers will be emailed out to students by Monday and also will be available in the hallways at VRHS.
SAT School Day Student Guides are available for pick up at Vista Ridge in the front vestibule during school hours and in the front of the school after hours. Please feel free to come pick one up. It tells students what they can expect on the SAT and how to connect their scores to college and career planning.
What do I bring on test day?
- Sharpened number 2 pencils
- College Board approved calculator
- Water bottle
- Snack (will only be allowed to be eaten during breaks in the hallways)
School Day SAT update from Leander ISD