Assessment

Portfolios

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)

Assessment Link

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).

TUESDAY, APR 13- COHORT A

Room

Date/Time*

Class/Teacher/Cohort

Number of gr 10 students

Library

Tuesday, April 13th 10am-1pm

Wood 10/Archibald/A

22 students

Lab

Tuesday, April 13th 10am-1pm

French 10/Spencer/A

29 students

Room 18 (Omari)

Tuesday, April 13th 10am-1pm

Students supported by EAs

TBD by Student Services

*Students will be asked to return to class when finished or dismissed for Cohort A lunch (1:10pm)

WEDNESDAY, APR 14- COHORT A

Room

Date/Time*

Class/Teacher

Number of gr 10 students

Library

Wednesday, April 14th 10am-1pm

Drama 10/Fauteux/A

15 students

Lab

Wednesday, April 14th 10am-1pm

Socials 10/Finch/A

24 students

Room 18 (Omari)

Wednesday, April 14th 10am-1pm

Students supported by EAs

TBD by Student Services

*Students will be asked to return to class when finished or dismissed for Cohort A lunch (1:10pm)

THURSDAY, APR 15- COHORT B & C & NO SCHEDULE STUDENTS

Room

Date/Time*

Class/Teacher

Number of gr 10 students

Library

Thursday, April 15th 12pm-3pm

No scheduled classes this term (physically distanced)

16 students

Library Seminar Rooms

Thursday, April 15th 12pm-3pm

(Cohort C will need to end lunch 10 min early to show up for the exam on time)

Foods 11/Riddle/C

Physics 12/Sambrook/C

2 students

1 student

Lab

Thursday, April 15th 12pm-3pm

(Cohort B lunch ends at 11:50am, students will report directly to the library/lab)

Outdoor Ed/McKibbon/B

Art 11/Dunn/B

8 students

1 student

Room 18 (Omari)

Thursday, April 15th 12pm-3pm

Students supported by EAs

TBD by Student Services

*Students will be asked to return to class when they are finished or dismissed (2:55pm)

FRIDAY, APR 16- CATCH UP DAY

Room

Date/Time

Class/Teacher

Number of students

Library

Friday, April 16th 10am-1pm

Anyone who missed their exam from Cohort B & C (physically distanced)

unknown

Lab

Friday, April 16th 10am-1pm

Anyone who missed their exam from Cohort A

unknown

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.