What is an SSD in school?
Student Services / Special Education (SSD)
What is SSD portal?
SSD uses a Portal to help students and instructors coordinate the provision of accommodations. Students and instructors can log in to the SSD Portal with their EID and password.
What is SSD number for College Board?
If you need to change other demographic information in SSD Online such as student name, date of birth, or gender, call School Day Support for guidance at 855-373-6387, or PSAT-Related Assessments Support at 888-477-7728.
What are SSD accommodations?
For most College Board exams, testing with accommodations requires SSD approval. Approval by the College Board’s Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) is always required before students can take the PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, SAT, or AP Exams with accommodations.
What is SSD number Collegeboard?
The student’s seven-digit SSD number will be shown on the decision letter. Students should always note their SSD number—they will also need it for their SAT registrations. If registering for the SAT online, enter the SSD number when you are prompted.
What is an SSD coordinator for College Board?
SSD Coordinators request testing accommodations and administer in-school tests with accommodations. Every school should designate at least one SSD Coordinator. If your school has multiple coordinators, designate one as the primary contact.
What is SSD coordinator?
How do I get SSD accommodations?
In order for students registered with SSD to have access to accommodations, students must:
- Request accommodations via the Accommodation Letter Request form link on the SSD website.
- Download the letters from the SSD Portal and deliver them to instructors.
- Discuss accommodations with each instructor.
How do I call Collegeboard?
1 (866) 630-9305
College Board/Customer service
What does SSD stand for?
Special School District of St. Louis County (SSD) is a leader in providing special education services to students with disabilities and also provides a wide range of career and technical education programs.
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The drill is part of SSD’s safety and security practices. October 8, 2021 – North and South Technical High Schools, St. Louis County’s career and technical education (CTE) providers, will host Open Houses this fall to introduce students and families to the relevant and rewarding programs available to them in high school.
What is the JEDEC mo-300 standard?
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