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All testing dates are subject to change. Please contact your school for specific testing dates.

2014-15 Assessment Calendar

The following statewide assessments will be administered in the 2014–2015 school year:

  • Florida Standards Assessments (FSA) o Grades 4–11 ELA Writing component field test (selected schools only)
    • Grades 3–11 ELA
    • Grades 4–11 ELA Writing component
    • Grades 3–8 Mathematics
    • Algebra 1 End-of-Course (EOC)
    • Algebra 2 EOC
    • Geometry EOC
  • Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) Assessments
    • Grades 5 and 8 FCAT 2.0 Science
    • FCAT 2.0 Reading Retake
    • Algebra 1 EOC Retake
    • Biology 1 EOC
    • Civics EOC
    • Geometry EOC Retake
    • U.S. History EOC
  • FCAT Mathematics Retake

Florida Statewide Assessment Program 2014-15 Schedule

Florida's Transition to Computer-Based Testing for Statewide Assessments 2014-18

2015 Polk County School District Testing Schedule

The Florida EOC Assessments are part of Florida's Next Generation Strategic Plan for the purpose of increasing student achievement and improving college and career readiness. EOCs will be computer-based, criterion-referenced assessments that measure the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards for specific high-school level courses, as outlined in the course description. The first assessment to begin the transition to end-of-course testing in Florida is the Algebra 1 EOC, which was administered for the first time in May 2011.

SAT Scholastic Assessment Test

  • Oct. 11
  • Nov. 8
  • Dec. 6
  • Jan. 24
  • March 14
  • May 2
  • June 6

ACT American College Test

  • Sept. 13
  • Oct. 25
  • Dec. 13
  • Feb. 7
  • April 18
  • June 13

Student Progression

Pupil Promotion in Polk County’s public elementary schools is based upon an evaluation of each student’s achievement. The basis for making the determination should reflect consideration of the following: teacher made tests, classroom assignments, portfolio assessments, daily observations, standardized tests, state assessment, and other objective data.

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