The C team Boys BKB games at New Albin tonight start at 4:15 pm, 7th grade team will play first, 8th grade team will follow. 

 


Mabel-Canton Schools will be making up missed days because of Weather. We will be holding class on Monday, Feb. 18th and Friday, April 19th. 


Disability Services for the ACT, SAT & ACCUPLACER

ACT - Services for Examinees with Disabilities

ACT is committed to serving examinees with documented disabilities by providing reasonable accommodations appropriate to the examinee's diagnosis and needs. ACT has established policies regarding documentation of an applicant's disability and the process for requesting accommodations. For details, see ACT Policy for Documentation to Support Requests for Test Accommodations on the ACT.

If you currently receive accommodations in school due to a professionally diagnosed and documented disability, you may submit documentation to support a request for one of the following:

  • National Extended Time (50% time extension):  Approved examinees taking the ACT have up to 5 hours total to work on all four multiple-choice tests at their own pace. Approved examinees taking the ACT with writing have up to 6 hours to complete all five tests. Both options include time for breaks between tests.
  • Special Testing (at school): Testing at school with extended time (more than 50% time extension) and alternate formats available—not as part of national or international testing at a test center.

The basic fees for all forms of testing are the same. Read the information about each to determine which one to choose and follow that application or request process carefully. Refer to the comparison chart to review the requirements and features of National Extended Time and Special Testing (at school) to decide which is most appropriate for you.

If you have already been approved for National Extended Time, you may request a test date change or register to take the test again.

ACT will treat all information you provide to support your request as confidential and will use it solely to determine your eligibility for accommodations. Details about your test accommodations will be shared only with the testing staff and will not be released to anyone else, including your chosen score report recipients. The only exceptions are for those instances in which an applicant's accommodation-related documents and information are the subject of a subpoena or other court order, or an enforceable request from a government entity. 

The ACT and ACT with writing are offered only in English. Accommodations (including extended time) are not available solely on the basis of limited English proficiency.

Visit: http://www.actstudent.org/regist/disab/ for more information.


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SAT - Students with Disabilities

The steps to receive test accommodations

RegisterNext Tests:
1/23 , 3/5If you have a documented disability, you may be eligible for accommodations on SAT Program tests. Visit ourServices for Students with Disabilities (SSD) site for information about accommodations, the request process, and required documentation. If you’ve already been approved by SSD to take the PSAT/NMSQT or AP Exams with accommodations, you don’t need to submit a second request.To receive
test accommodations, you need to:



  1. If you have a documented disability, you may be eligible for accommodations on SAT Program tests. Visit ourServices for Students with Disabilities (SSD) site for information about accommodations, the request process, and required documentation. If you’ve already been approved by SSD to take the PSAT/NMSQT or AP Exams with accommodations, you don’t need to submit a second request.
    1st: Get approved

    College Board approval is required for every student — even those who receive accommodations at school. The College Board’s request process can take up to seven weeks, so start early. Documentation of the student’s disability and need for specific accommodations is always required and must sometimes be submitted for College Board review. Visit the SSD site for information about the approval process.

  2. 2nd: Learn about taking the SAT with accommodations

    Deadlines for accommodations requests are earlier than SAT registration deadlines. If you plan on taking the SAT in October, for instance, it’s best to begin the process in the spring of the previous school year — well before summer recess. Learn more about Taking the SAT with Accommodations on our SSD page, and view the Calendar for all test dates and deadlines for completing SSD accommodations requests.

  3. 3rd: Register for the SAT with accommodations

    All students who request accommodations are assigned a seven-digit SSD Eligibility Code. This number is printed on the student’s decision and eligibility letters. SSD Coordinators can find this number by looking on their SSD Online dashboard.

    If registering for the SAT online, enter your SSD Eligibility Code when prompted. If registering by mail, include a copy of your SSD Eligibility Letter in the envelope with your SAT registration form.

    Check your SAT admission ticket. If you've been approved for accommodations, they should be noted. If they're not, call SSD at 212-713-8333 to ensure approved accommodations are added to your pending registration.

    If your accommodations have not been approved yet, you must register as a standard test-taker. Once your accommodations are approved, check your Admission Ticket online or call 212-713-8333 to confirm that your registration has been updated to reflect the accommodations.

    Visit: https://sat.collegeboard.org/register/for-students-with-disabilities for more information.


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    ACCUPLACER:

    Frequently Asked Question for the ACCUPLACER:

    Are there disability accommodations for ACCUPLACER assessments?

    Yes. If you have a documented disability and need test accommodations, please contact your institution’s test center for information and details about making any needed arrangements.

    Visit: 
    https://accuplacer.collegeboard.org/students/faqs for more information.