District 200 Gifted (PACE) Program
SAT Testing for Students Currently in 6th and 7th Grade PACE Registration Form
PURPOSE: Testing results will be used to qualify students for 7th grade Fast Paced Language Arts, 7th grade Fast Paced Mathematics, 8th grade Fast Paced Language Arts, and 8th grade Fast Paced Mathematicsµ for the 2017-2018 school year. (Students who are currently enrolled in 6th grade FPLA and /or FPM are also invited to participate – their results on the SAT test will not be used to exit any students from the PACE Program.)
BENEFITS: Allows students the opportunity to take the SAT without their results becoming a part of their permanent College Board record.
- Any middle school student who lives in the District 200 attendance area is eligible to participate*.
- Students are invited to test based on parent and/or teacher recommendation.
Testing will be held at Monroe Middle School on Saturday morning, February 3, 2018.
Registration form can be found on the cusd200.org website >Departments >Student Learning >Gifted Education (in the left side bar) >Middle School SAT testing (in the left side bar) >Scroll down the page to find the link.
Registration Form and Fee ($60) are due to the PACE office by Friday, December 15, 2017.
Questions regarding SAT Testing should be directed to the
District 200 PACE Office at (630) 682-2024.
µ Entering 8th grade students whose scores initially qualify on the SAT test for FPM will also need to complete and pass a High School Algebra 1 Class (summer school) and CUSD 200 Algebra Local Assessment before finally qualifying for 8th grade Fast Paced Math for school year 2017-2018.
*Students who currently attend a private school or are home schooled, but reside in the District 200 attendance area, are eligible for the SAT Testing. If a student qualifies for the PACE Program under these special circumstances, it becomes the parent’s responsibly to provide transportation to and from classes. The parent must consider scheduling issues when making a decision regarding participation the PACE Program.