ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An Albuquerque High School student said she was forced to re-take the SBA's after somebody lost her tests.
"It is extremely frustrating," Anne Hoefler said.
Her daughter, a senior at Albuquerque High, is in the middle of re-taking her SBAs.
"I feel bad for her because she's being penalized for something she didn't do," Anne Hoefler said.
That's because her daughter, MayRose Hoefler, already took the 15-hour, three-part test in April as a graduation requirement.
But APS never got her scores.
"I was told that they are indeed missing that they've been looking for them, can't find them," Anne Hoefler said.
The Hoeflers said they were first told about the missing tests a few weeks ago but said they were assured there was nothing to worry about.
"We were just told, 'Oh no, we'll find them, oh no it's OK we'll find them,' up until the last minute," said Anne Hoefler.
So how does APS explain it? They don't.
A district spokesperson told News 13 there is a record of an administrator signing off that MayRose Hoefler's test was turned in. At this point, APS does not know what happened to it after that.
"How could they just magically vanish into thin air? 'Cause that's basically what it seems like happened," MayRose Hoefler said.
She took the reading portion of the SBAs on Tuesday, the math portion Wednesday and will take the science test Thursday.
Her mom said she should not have to take them at all and she wants the district to admit it fouled up.
"I would like to see them just say, 'Ya know what, it's not your fault, we lost them, something happened, we're going to give you a pass on this,' " Anne Hoefler said.
APS said the company that scores the SBAs is still trying to track down MayRose Hoefler's tests.
If for some reason she fails the re-take the test, the district said it will apply for a waiver so MayRose Hoefler can still graduate on time.
Anne Hoefler said the other downside to this is that her daughter is missing three days of classes in order to re-take the SBA's so now she has some catching up to do.
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