Monday May 21st and Tuesday May 22nd Issaquah HS will be on a special schedule for Smarter Balance State Testing (SBAC). All 10th and 11th grade students in Algebra 2 or higher math courses will be testing the
SBAC-Math portion on school computers. This test is also for any 11th and 12th grade students who did not pass it previously. Posted in the Commons, student names and room numbers are posted for their specific testing locations. Students
are asked to bring water and a snack.
Monday, May 21 - DAY 1
10th and 11th Grade
Math Computer Adapted Test
Min time needed = 2.5 hours
Make-up testing or Study Hall
25 minute periods
Practice tests and more information about graduation requirements and state testing are located on our school website on the right hand side under the “State Testing” Section.
For any 9th, 11th, and 12th grade students, there will be rooms available for a study hall if they take transportation and want to be on campus that morning at 8 am. Students will be testing in various locations around the
school, so the students on campus must be in classrooms and quiet and respectful for those who are testing. If transportation is not an issue, students are encouraged to not arrive until 10:45am.
If students are in Running Start they can meet in the Library once they arrive on campus. If a student cannot make the test dates listed or if you have questions, please contact Mr. Jergens-Zmuda at
You are receiving this email because of your relationship with Issaquah High. If you wish to stop receiving email updates sent through the Blackboard service, please unsubscribe.