10th Grade PreACT at CCHS February 9th
PreACT offers sophomores an early experience with ACT test items, provides a predicted ACT test score, and offers a wealth of information to help students get the start they need to be college & career ready.
Anchored on the ACT college and career readiness standards, PreACT helps educators, students, and parents, identify areas of academic strength and opportunity. Students may opt to have their information shared with colleges and scholarship agencies when they take PreACT, providing greater opportunities for recruitment and scholarship awards.
The test generally ends around 12:00 PM
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Is your student remote or traditional?
My student will be able to attend the PreACT test Tuesday, February 9th at Clay-Chalkville High School. Our testing rooms will be socially distanced.
My student will need to ride the bus to and from school that day (Tuesday, Feb 9th)
No, my student will be dropped off and picked up by a parent/guardian
Neither, my student will not be able to take the PreACT
Once testing is over (generally around noon, unless your student is in an extended time room), all students will eat lunch in the lunchroom and then report to the gymnasium for the remainder of the day (socially distanced). Your child will have the option to be picked up by a guardian once testing concludes. See below.
If your student is being picked up by a guardian, will you still stay the whole day or leave school when testing is over? Testing is generally over by noon, unless your child is in an extended time room.
I will be at school until the 2:50 bell
My guardian will pick me up when testing is over
If your student will be riding the bus, please enter your address below:
If your student will be riding the bus and they remember their previous bus number, please enter below:
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Ms. Creighton (counselor) at ACreighton@jefcoed.com
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