Assessment

Updating an Existing Portfolio

If you’ve already created a portfolio, updating it is a simple process. Choose one of the options below:

  1. Go to www.office.com, and in your OneDrive, simply open your portfolio (DOCX file) and start editing!
  2. OR
  3. Connect your OneDrive on your computer, (File Explorer ➡ OneDrive), open your portfolio (DOCX file) and start editing!

Setting up a New Portfolio

Link Description
Office 365 Home This link will be used to set up your portfolio folders in Office 365 Onedrive. You will save your Self Assessment of Core Competencies in a folder named for your current grade.
MSS Self Assessment of Core Competencies This link will open your Self Assessment of Core Competencies document. You will save this document to your current grade level folder in Office 365 Onedrive using LINK ONE (above).
MyEd BC This link will open your MyEd BC account where you will find your student portfolio. You will save a link to your Self Assessment of Core Competencies document (which lives in your Onedrive portfolio grade level folder) here in your portfolio.

Numeracy Skills Assessment (Junior)

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Provincial Assessment Schedule @ MSS

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November 2021 Exam Schedule

for Provincial Graduation Assessments at MSS

Date and Time Provincial Assessment Classes/Students Registered to Write Location/Staff Invigilators

Tuesday, November 2

9am-12pm

Numeracy 10

(NME10)

Grade 10 students with Math in Semester 1:

-Mr. Larter Math 10

-Mr. Sommerfeld Math 10

-Mr. Succi WP Math 10

Multipurpose Room (MPR)

Mr. Sambrook and TOC floater

Tuesday, November 2

9am-12pm

Literacy 12

(LTE12)

Grade 12 students with English in Semester 1:

-Mrs. Denton English 12

-Ms. Cram English 12

Library Learning Commons & Lab

Mrs. Larson and Mrs. McGowan

Tuesday, November 2

9am-12pm

Literacy 12

(LTE12)

-French Immersion 12 students will need to write their English exam in November (they will write their French exams in January)

-Any Grade 12 student who would like to/or needs to write their LTE12 exam early. Please see Mrs. Larson or Ms. Musgrave in advance to register.

Room 18

Ms. Omori

Wednesday, November 3

9am-12pm

Literacy 10

(LTE10)

Grade 10 students with English in Semester 1:

-Ms. Paxton EFP 10

-Mr. Senger Lit10

-Mr. Chomyc Lit 10

-Plus anyone who missed their exam the day before

Library Learning Commons & Lab

Mrs. Larson and Mrs. McGowan

FNSW and non-enrolling teachers please help us track down students at 9am who missed their exams!

January 2022 Exam Schedule

for Provincial Graduation Assessments at MSS

Date and Time Provincial Assessment Classes/Students Registered to Write Location/Staff Invigilators

Monday, January 17th

9am-9:30am

French Literacy 12- Oral

(LTF12 Oral)

French Immersion students in grade 12 (Mrs. Warren FIM12)

Library Learning Commons & Lab

Mrs. Larson and Mrs. McGowan

Tuesday, January 25th

9am-12pm

French Literacy 12-Written

(LTF12 Written)

French Immersion students in grade 12 (Mrs. Warren FIM12)

Library Learning Commons & Lab

Mrs. Larson and Mrs. McGowan

Tuesday, January 25th

9am-12pm

Catch Up/Rewrite Session for all exams:

NME10

LTE10

LTE12

Any student who missed their exam or who would like to rewrite their exam. Please see Mrs. Larson or Ms. Musgrave in advance to register.

Library Learning Commons & Lab

Mrs. Larson and Mrs. McGowan

FNSW and non-enrolling teachers are asked to help us track down students at 9am who need to write their exams to graduate!

April 2022 Exam Schedule

for Provincial Graduation Assessments at MSS

Date and Time Provincial Assessment Classes/Students Registered to Write Location/Staff Invigilators

Tuesday, April 26

9am-12pm

Numeracy 10

(NME10)

Grade 10 students with Math in Semester 2:

-Mr. Sommerfeld WP Math 10

-Succi Math 10

Multipurpose Room (MPR)

Mr. Sambrook and TOC floater

Tuesday, April 26

9am-12pm

Literacy 12

(LTE12)

Grade 12 students with English in Semester 2:

-Mrs. Denton English 12

-Ms. Cram English 12

-Ms. Paxton EFP 12

Library Learning Commons & Lab

Mrs. Larson and Mrs. McGowan

Wednesday, April 27

9am-12pm

Literacy 10

(LTE10)

Grade 10 students with English in Semester 2:

-Ms. Cram Lit 10

-Ms. Stewart EFP 10

-Mr. Senger Lit 10

Library Learning Commons & Lab

Mrs. Larson and Mrs. McGowan

Wednesday, April 27

9am-12pm

Catch Up/Rewrite Session for all exams:

NME10, LTE10, LTE12, LTF12

Anyone who missed their exam or who would like to rewrite (please see Mrs. Larson or Ms. Musgrave in advance to register)

Room 18

Ms. Omori

FNSW and non-enrolling teachers are asked to help us track down students at 9am who need to write their exams to graduate!

June 2022 Exam Schedule

for Provincial Graduation Assessments at MSS

Date and Time Provincial Assessment Classes/Students Registered to Write Location/Staff Invigilators

Monday, June 13

9am-12pm

Catch up/Rewrite Session for all exams:

NME10, LTE10, LTE12, LTF12

Any student who missed their exams or who would like to rewrite their exams. Please see Mrs. Larson or Ms. Musgrave in advance to confirm your registration.

Lab (in the Library Learning Commons)

Mrs. Larson and Mrs. McGowan

FNSW and non-enrolling teachers are asked to help us track down students at 9am who need their exams to graduate!

Grade 10 Numeracy Exam

The Numeracy Assessment is a provincial assessment that assesses student proficiency in numeracy. It is a graduation requirement and students take the assessment first in their Grade 10 year.

The assessment focuses on the application of mathematical concepts learned across multiple subjects from kindergarten to Grade 12. It requires students to solve problems by using five numeracy processes (different ways of thinking and working): interpret, apply, solve, analyze and communicate. The numeracy processes are described in the pre-assessment activities and in the specifications.

More info on the curriculum.gov.bc.ca website (External Link).

Grade 10 Literacy Exam

The Grade 10 Literacy Assessment is a provincial assessment that assesses student proficiency in literacy. It is a graduation requirement and students take the assessment in their Grade 10 year.

The Grade 10 Literacy Assessment assesses student ability to use critical thinking and analysis to make meaning from a diverse array of texts. It also assesses the ability of students to communicate their ideas. The Grade 10 Literacy Assessment is not based on a particular course, but on learning across multiple subjects, from kindergarten to Grade 10.

More info on the curriculum.gov.bc.ca website (External Link).

Grade 12 Literacy Exam

Ministry of Education

The Grade 12 Literacy Assessment is a provincial assessment that assesses student proficiency in literacy. It is a graduation requirement and students take the assessment in their Grade 12 year.