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The Rules of Assessments

To help regulate the schedule of testing and quizzing, faculty members need to adhere to the letter and spirit of the following guidelines and policies.

Tests are defined as in-class, timed assessments on units of material—more than three days’ worth. All full period tests must be scheduled in advance through the Ramaz website. These tests must be announced to
classes no fewer than five teaching days prior to the day of the examination.

Announced quizzes are defined as in-class, timed assessments on no more than three days of material. Announced quizzes must be scheduled in advance through the Ramaz website. These quizzes must be announced to students no fewer than five teaching days prior to the day of the quiz.

The schedule of exams and quizzes is displayed dynamically according to each teacher’s or student’s
schedule.

Pop quizzes are defined as in-class, timed assessments on no more than three days of material; these quizzes are not announced. These assessments may be open notes/books when appropriate (decided by
the teacher) and are administered to determine whether students are keeping current with class work and home assignments.

The number of these in-class timed assessments should be limited to a combination of four announced quizzes and pop quizzes per quarter, in addition to two tests per quarter. This amounts to a total of a maximum of six (6) in-class, timed assessments per quarter. The results of test and quizzes (announced or pop) that do not abide by these guidelines will be cancelled.

Department chairmen are responsible for coordinating and monitoring the testing and quizzing schedule of their faculty members.

Students should report any violations of these regulations to the administration.

Important Note: STUDENTS WHO COME LATE ON THE DAY OF A TEST WILL MAY NOT BE PERMITTED TO SIT
FOR THE EXAM. LEAVING SCHOOL EARLY AFTER A STUDENT HAS TAKEN A TEST WILL AUTOMATICALLY
CANCEL THE RESULTS OF THAT EXAMINATION. EACH CASE WILL BE DISCUSSED WITH THE TEACHER WHO IS
GIVING THE EXAM.

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