MCAS Update for HHS Sophomores and Juniors

MCAS Update for HHS Sophomores and Juniors

Commissioner Riley is recommending to the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education to amend state graduation requirements for the Class of 2022. Upon Board approval this will mean that the class of 2022 (this year’s 11th grade students) will not be required to take MCAS. Additionally, the timeline for administering the tests in grades 3 through 8 and 10 will be extended until June 11th. 

“Current juniors and seniors may still take the test this spring to qualify for the Adams Scholarship and Koplik Certificate of Mastery. Juniors who do not participate this spring will be able to test for scholarships during the retest period in fall 2021.”

“Additionally, DESE will offer remote administration of the English language arts, mathematics, and science assessments this spring for grades 3 through 8 to accommodate families who chose to have their children learn remotely through the end of the school year. The Department will provide school districts with additional information in the coming weeks.”

Please read the letters below from HHS North for 10th and 11th graders:

Please read the letters below from HHS Dean for 10th and 11th graders:

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