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DRMS EOG/EOC Information

Hello Dolphins!  This is Kristen Faircloth, proud principal at Durant Road Middle School, sharing updates regarding the End-of-Grade/End-of-Course assessments.


Tuesday, June 21 concludes our initial administration of the EOGs/EOCs.  Congratulations to our Dolphins who have worked hard and completed their tests.  Make-up testing will continue for the remainder of the week for those students who were absent.


On Thursday, June 23, a letter will be sent home by students to inform parents of their child's scores.  Parents will receive a more detailed report on their child's test performance, including how they compare to the rest of the district, once the testing has been completed by all WCPSS students.  


Students will receive scores in a range of levels to indicate the abilities or command of knowledge and skills, as follows:

  • Level 5 = Superior Command
  • Level 4 = Solid Command
  • Level 3 = Sufficient Command
  • Non Proficient = Not Proficient


A remediation and readministration opportunity is being provided for eligible students.  This year, Wake County has opted in to have students that pass an EOG course, but do not score a 3 or higher on the EOG test to have an opportunity for remediation and readministration of the EOG.  


DRMS has the opportunity to provide remediation and readministration opportunities for our students who qualify on the last two days of the school year, June 28 and June 29.  These last two days will be repurposed such that not all students will attend on these dates.  Only the students who qualify and choose to participate will be attending.  Students invited to the remediation and readministration days will receive a letter on Thursday, June 23.  


In the event a student is not on campus on Thursday, letters will be available for parent pick up in the front office on the following days and times:

  • Thursday, June 23 from 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday, June 24 from 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM 


Please do not hesitate to reach out to Erin Dunbar with any questions you may have.


Thank you for supporting DRMS,

Kristen J Faircloth