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Clarenceville High School

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                                  Important information PSAT/ACT Testing
SAT – PSAT – WORK KEYS TESTING
Grades 9, 10, 11, 12 – April 11 & 12, 2017

 

Tuesday, April 11th is our SAT/PSAT testing day. Juniors and Sophomores will be testing on that date.  NO SCHOOL FOR FRESHMAN OR SENIORS.

 

Juniors will be taking the SAT. Buses will run normal morning routes for those juniors who ride the bus to school. All juniors will report to the cafeteria for CHECK-IN & a free breakfast of pancakes, eggs & sausage provided by the school BUT cooked and served by STAFF. They will begin testing @8:00. Testing will conclude by 1:00 pm. Busses will pick them up by the Gym lobby doors.

 

Sophomores will be taking the PSAT. They will begin testing @10:30.  Students should know that their bus pick up time will be 3 hours later than normal. Students who do not ride the bus should plan on being here by 10:15. There will not be lunch served. We will have a granola break part way through testing. Their day will conclude @ 2:31. Busses will run at the regular dismissal time.

 

Wednesday, April 12th is DAY 2 of testing. Juniors & Freshman will be testing and Seniors will have a half day (11:30-2:31 pm.)  NO SCHOOL FOR SOPHOMORES.

 

Juniors will be taking the Work Keys. Juniors will be bussed to school as usual and will report to the cafeteria for check-in and a free “continental breakfast.” Testing begins @ 8:00 am & concludes by 11:00 am. Busses will pick them up by the Gym lobby doors.

 

Freshman will be taking the PSAT. They will begin testing @10:30. Students should know that their bus pick up time will be 3 hours later than normal. Students who do not ride the bus should plan on being here by 10:15. There will not be lunch served. We will have a granola break part way through testing. Their day will conclude @ 2:31. Busses will run at the regular dismissal time.

 

Senior activities will begin @ 11:30 am. Students should know that their bus pick up time will be 4 hours later than usual.  Students who do not ride the bus should plan to arrive by 11:15 pm. Lunch will not be provided. Their day will conclude at 2:31 pm.

 

Thank you for your attention to this Testing Schedule so all testing students arrive on time for their test as there are specific protocols and procedures which must be followed.

 

 

Troy Nelson                 Alan Kantor

Principal                       Assistant Principal

 

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