ISD Online Learning Testing

Role of the Parent/Guardian Proctor for Fall 2021

All courses (AP, Regular, Honors, and Prescriptives) will take their Unit and Final Computer Scored Tests (CSTs) and Pretests (Prescriptive classes only) in a remote setting with a parent/guardian proctor during designated testing sessions. Thank you to our parent/guardian proctors for partnering with us during this time. We appreciate your support. Please carefully read this page over with your student to ensure we are honoring the Issaquah School District's Academic Integrity Policy.

*There are specific directions for how to administer CSTs and Pretests in the Testing Directions section.*

Note: AP Courses will also be required to take Teacher Scored Tests (TSTs) for each unit and their Final Test. These tests must be taken in person during designated testing sessions at the ISD Administration Building with an ISD proctor. There are no alternative testing times. The ISD Administration Building is located at: 5150 220th Ave SE Issaquah, WA 98029.

Questions??? Please contact your student's Online Learning Mentor, the Online Learning Registrar, and/or Online Learning Coordinator.

Testing Days and Times - All Courses (CSTs/Pretests - Remote)

Mondays: 6:00PM - 7:30PM

Wednesdays: 8:00AM - 9:30AM

Thursdays: 4:30PM - 6:00PM

Testing Days and Times - AP Courses (TSTs - In Person)

Wednesdays: 7:30AM - 9:00AM

Thursdays: 4:00PM - 5:30PM

**All testing will begin the week of September 27.**

Testing Expectations

  1. Students must complete and submit all work in a unit before taking a CST.
  2. All testing must be completed in one session.
  3. Desk should be clear of all papers, notebooks, backpacks, etc. 
  4. Collect and hold on to the student's cellphone for the duration of the test.
  5. No additional electronics.
  6. No notes/books/resources.
  7. Students only on the Apex site. No opening of any screens/windows/internet sessions on this device or any other device.
  8. Math: students may use a graphing or scientific calculator, whiteboard, and marker. If a whiteboard is not available, a sheet of paper and a pencil is fine-please rip up paper and recycle when done.

Testing Environment

  1. Students need to have access to the internet and a laptop or desktop computer.
  2. Please do not have the student complete their test on a phone or tablet.
  3. The room should be silent. 
  4. Proctor (parent/guardian) should be in the same room as the student and be able to see the student and student's screen at all times.
  5. We cover academic integrity in-depth at the student orientation. Please do not give your student any warnings.

Testing Directions

  1. Students sign on to
  2. Enter username. 
  3. Enter password.
    The proctor (parent/guardian) should email if the student cannot log in and we will reset the student password. 
  4. The student will open their class and wait at the test screen (see screenshot below).
Testing Screen


5. The parent/guardian send an email to during a designated testing time with the following information:


 Student's Full Name: 
 Test Number: 
 Parent/Guardian Proctor's Name: 
 Parent/Guardian Proctor's Phone Number: 
 State of Understanding: 



 Student's Full Name: Mick Mouse
 Class: Algebra 2 Sem 2
 Test Number: 2.5.5
 Parent/Guardian Proctor's Name: Donald Duck
 Parent/Guardian Proctor's Phone Number: 425-555-5555
 Statement of Understanding:I have collected my student's cell phone for the duration of the test and will be watching my student test for the entire exam to ensure academic integrity.

6. ISD Online Learning Proctor will email the parent/guardian within 5 minutes confirming the test is now open. **Please do not send multiple emails.

7. The Student will refresh the page and begin.

8. Please email the Online Learning Department if you have any questions or concerns. We will reach out via email if we have any questions during testing. 

Thank you again for helping us proctor the exams. We really appreciate your time and energy to ensure academic integrity. Please let us know if you have any questions.