Questions remain about what will happen to merit awards for students whose MEAP tests haven't been found.
State officials are working to track down thousands of missing Michigan Educational Assessment Program tests.
MEAP officials have been criticized after test results were delayed by about two months. Schools began receiving their MEAP scores in late August, but were supposed to get them in late May and early June.
Roughly 3,400 tests are missing.
Seventh and eighth-graders who pass a series of reading, writing, math and science tests qualify for $500 scholarships.