We looked and looked and looked. And look what we found. Real “puke procedures.”
Well, we really didn’t find them. The “puke procedures” below were sent to us by a REAL teacher from a REAL school.
Teachers administering or proctoring the STATE exams are to do the following in the event of a student becomes sick/ill while taking the test:
- Inform the proctor assigned to your testing area that there is a student who is sick/ill and needs to see the nurse.
- Collect the student’s test booklet and answers and place in the large envelope.
- Ask the proctor to escort the student to the nurse’s office (without anything in their possession).
- If the student returns to the classrooms, have the student take their seat while you give their testing materials back to them to continue testing.
If a student becomes sick on the test:
- Notify the proctor assigned to your testing area. The proctor will notify our testing coordinators (Ms.damper/Ms. Ricket). Do not throw the materials away!
- The testing coordinator and the custodian will secure the testing materials in a plastic bag. The bag will be sent immediately to the locked test storage room.
- Testing coordinator will follow the appropriate next steps and contact the district assessment office.
Teachers. DON”T YOU DARE THROW THAT PUKE COVERED TEST AWAY! Even though it’s now a dripping biohazard, you must protect the integrity of the precious test and data.
Someone has to say it! I think I’m going to be sick.
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