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GCS Announces Remote Learning Days to Meet Middle/High School Testing Requirements

April 7, 2021 –  In order to meet local and state testing requirements, Guilford County Schools (GCS) has identified remote instruction days for middle and high school students who are learning in person. The remote days are needed to meet physical distancing requirements during testing.

The specific days and grade levels are provided in the chart below.

 

Date

Grades affected

Testing description

Revised schedule

April 21

Grades 6-12

NWEA testing for remote-only students

Remote instruction day for middle and high school students who are learning in person

April 27

Grades 9, 10 and 12

SAT Testing for 11th grade students

Remote instruction day for 9th, 10th and 12th grade students who are learning in person

May 19 and 26 and June 2

Grades 6-8

End-of-Grade testing for remote-only middle school students

Remote instruction day for middle school students who are learning in person

 

The state testing window for traditional schedule schools (Grimsley, Page, Northern, Northwest, and Western) begins May 20. The state testing window for block high schools begins May 27. The state testing window for middle and early colleges starts May 10.