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Exam Schedule – January, 2010 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday January 25 January 26 January 27 January 28 January 29 Day 1 of Day 2 of Day 3 of Day 4 of Exams Exams Exams Exams A Block B Block C Block D Block NSE Math 12 NSE English 12 C Block Exams D Block Exams NSE English Communication 12 9:30 – 12:30 9:30 – 12:30 9:30 – 11:30 9:30 – 11:30 A Block Exams B Block Exams Conflicts – A Block Conflicts – B Block 9:30 – 11:30 9:30 – 11:30 1:15 – 3:15 1:15 – 3:15 No Classes In the event of bus cancellation or school closure, the exam schedule will move forward one day and the order (Day1, Day2, Day 3, and Day 4) of all exams will remain the same. The assessment day would also be pushed forward 1 day in the event of a school closure. Therefore if there is one snow day, the assessment day would then be on February 1 st. Students are required to STAY IN CLASS for the entire exam. Students who have conflicts with provincial exams MUST write their provincial exam at the designated time. Refer to the schedule above for the dates and times of conflicts. Students who must write a conflict exam will do so with their regular teacher in their regular classroom during the conflict time, outlined above. Buses will run at their regularly scheduled times. Only medical excuses supported by a doctor’s note will be considered for the purpose of receiving permission to write a make-up exam. NOTE: Students are NOT exempt from writing their final exam due to illness (with a doctor’s medical note)… a make-up will need to be written. All textbooks will be collected from students by subject teachers. Teachers are asked to collect the remaining textbooks on the day of the exam and return them to the book room within one day. Teachers are to make phone calls home to students with outstanding textbooks. EXAMINATION EXEMPTION PROCEDURES 1) Exam exemption slips will be given out to students that qualify during “A-block” on Thursday, January 24th. 2) On Friday, January 25th, students are to take the exemption slip to the teacher for whose exam they wish to be exempt. The teacher is asked to collect the student’s textbook and then sign and return the slip to the student. Students must return their textbook before the teacher signs the exemption slip. Teachers are asked to record the names of students who have opted for an exemption in their courses. 3) Once the exemption slip has been signed by the teacher, it is the student’s responsibility to pass the signed slip into Ms. Leights (Student Services) before 3:35pm on Friday, January 25th. 4) The administration will review the slips and reserves the right to revoke the exemption should students surpass the number of allowable absences (or lates) in any course.
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