In the spring of each school year, juniors in Rutherford County Schools have the opportunity to take the ACT test at their zoned schools. This past spring the juniors did not have the opportunity to take the ACT due to closure of schools as a result of the COVID pandemic.
To rectify this missed opportunity, seniors, whether attending school in person or remotely, will be reporting to their zoned schools to take the ACT test. This will occur in two phases. On Tuesday, September 15, seniors will report to their zoned schools to pre-bubble their answer documents. On Tuesday, September 22, seniors will again report to their zoned school to take the ACT test.
In order to follow CDC guidelines with proper distancing within the classrooms for administering the test, only seniors will report to high schools on both September 15 and September 22. On these dates, freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will work from home using Kiddom and TEAMS.
The elementary and middle schools are not changing schedules, and instruction will continue as normal.
For any questions you have regarding the ACT schedule, please contact your zoned school.