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I Missed a Test Form

A colleague of mine came up with this nifty little tool for students to fill out when they are going to (or have) miss(ed) a test.


Link to Google Doc



I missed a Test/Quiz!

If you are going to miss a test/quiz or were sick the day of a test/quiz, fill this form out. Keep the bottom for yourself and give the top to ____(teacher name).

Name: __________________________

Class test/quiz missed in: ______________________

Date of missed test/quiz: ______________

Reason for missing:
⇷☐ Pre-Arranged Absence (must take BEFORE absence)

⇷☐ Field Trip (must take BEFORE absence)

⇷☐ Illness/Other ______________________________ (explain if needed)

Date to be taken: ___________________

Class Hour to be taken: __________ (can also be before/after school or during a lunch)
(cannot be during class)







Keep as a reminder for yourself!!

Class: __________________________

Date to be taken: ___________________

Class Hour to be taken: __________ (can also be before/after school or during a lunch)

(cannot be during class)

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