Peninsula-area school divisions have started to post their revised exam schedules and make-up days after two rounds of snow forced up to seven snow days.
Here’s a look at changes that have been made so far:
Jan. 24 and 25 are now full days, and Jan. 26 is a full instructional day. Jan. 29 and 30 are early-release days and exam days for Gloucester High School.
Jan. 31 is a teacher workday and Feb. 1 will be the first day of spring semester.
Presidents’ Day on Feb. 19 is now a full school day.
High school exams have been canceled.
Jan. 25, 26 and 20 will be full days for all students. The second semester begins on Jan. 30 for all students.
The second semester will begin Jan. 30.
Feb. 16 and Feb. 19 will be full days for students and staff.
Isle of Wight
High school exams, with the exception of dual enrollment courses, have ben canceled. If a student wants to take it, they must make arrangements with their teacher and take it by Jan. 26. The grade will only count if it benefits the student.
Standards of Learning exams began Monday and will run through Friday. Jan. 25 and 26 are now full days for all students.
Jan. 29 and 30 remain student holidays, and the second semester will begin on Jan. 31.
Isle of Wight Academy will use Feb. 19 and April 27 as full days of school.
The School Board decided to use banked time for the initial four snow days earlier in January.
The latest round of snow has made Feb. 19 and April 9 full days for students.
High school exams will be completed by Feb. 9.
Newport News Public Schools announced Thursday that all high school course exams would be canceled after students missed seven days in January due to snow. Final grades for the semester will be calculated using the first and second marking period grades.
Initially, after students missed five days due to the Jan. 4 snow storm, the exams were reordered during the testing days of Jan. 23 through Jan. 25.
Those days will now be full days for high school students.
Jan. 26 will remain a teacher workday for students, but Jan. 29, previously planned as a staff professional development day, will be a regular school day for all students. There has not yet been a decision on
The state-mandated Standards of Learning tests scheduled for middle and high school students this month will still be administered, but in an amended schedule to be determined by each school.
Jan. 29 and Feb. 19 are now full days for students and staff.
Report cards will now be sent home on Feb. 6, instead of the previous date of Feb. 2.
High school-level courses and Quarter 2 midterm exams for middle school students will still take place, but there will be no previously covered material on the exams.
The exam schedule was adjusted for both the middle and high school; visit poquoson.k12.va.us for more information.
Williamsburg-James City County
Semester exams on Jan. 24 and 25 have been canceled, and both days will be full instructional days for high school students.
If a student wants to take an exam, the grade will only be counted if it improves the student’s final average. Forms requesting the exam are available in high school main offices and must be turned in by 2:30 p.m. on Jan. 23.
March 2, previously an early release day, will be a full school day for all students. March 30, previously a student holiday, will also be a full school day for all students.
April 19 will also be a full school day. It was previously an elementary early release day. Parent conferences will be rescheduled as needed.
Midterm exams for high school credit courses are canceled. Jan. 23 through Jan. 30 will be full school days.
Jan. 31 will be an early dismissal schedule for all schools, and Feb. 1 will be a full school day and the first day of second semester.
Schools will provide additional information to individual assessments regarding other assessments that were impacted by the snow days.
Feb. 19 will be a full school day.
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