Welcome to the Standards of Learning (SOL) Resource Page
Content contained within this page are resources for both Parents and Students. Please be aware that the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) continues to make changes to diploma requirements and verified Standards of Learning (SOL) requirements. Please be aware that all changes that are instituted by VDOE are carried out by the Broad Run School Counseling Team.
DECEMBER 2015 TESTING WINDOW
SOL Test TestDate
World History I or US & VAHistory WednesdayDecember 2nd (A Day)
World History 2, Chemistry, or Algebra2 Thursday December 3rd(B Day)
MakeUp: World History I or 2, US & VA History, Chemistry, or Algebra 2 Friday December 4th(A Day)
Earth Science or Geometry Monday December 7th (B Day)
Algebra I Tuesday December 8th (A Day)
Algebra I or Biology Wednesday December 9th (B Day)
MakeUp: Earth Science, Biology, Algebra 1 or Geometry Thursday December 10th(A Day)
English Reading Friday December 11th (B Day)
Make Up Testing Monday December 14th (A Day)
Expedited Re-Take Testing December 15th and/or December16th
For questions regardingremediation, please email the appropriate department chair or call them at (571)252-2300.
Barbara Mussleman (English) Barbara.Musselman@lcps.org
Debbie Harris (Mathematics) Deborah.Harris@lcps.org
Robyn Griffis (Social Science) Robyn.Griffis@lcps.org
Direct Science Remediation:
Earth Science Remediation - Starting at 8am Tuesday -Friday(11/17-11/20) in 116 with Gates/Willliams
Biology Remediation in Room 109 with Mitchell @4pm - Monday -Friday (11/16-11/20)
Chemistry Remediation - See Mrs. Hicks in the Science Office, Rm112
Mathematics Testing Materials:
Please use the following Math SOL Resources to help you prepare.
DIRECTION ENGLISH REMEDIATION:
Wednesday 12/2, Tuesday 12/8, Thursday 12/10
Location: Trailer #1
Topics: Test strategies, annotation, common literary terminology, practice section if time allows
Students: Students testing on 12/11 should attend one review session (each session will be the same). Students are welcome to attend multiple sessions, but the content will be the same.
Also, if students are interested in independent practice, they can access tests/keys and activities on the "SOL Resources" section of my teacher webpage (http://www.lcps.org/Page/19795
). PLEASE remind all students that the absolute best thing they can do to improve their chances of passing is to READ for at least thirty minutes every day. The more they read, the better they'll score. Please let me know if you or your students have any questions.