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         We will be conducting our winter assessments December 18th. There will be NO school on December 19th. Attendance is mandatory during each student’s personally assigned assessment time. So, the only time your student will be required to be present is during their scheduled assessment time.  

    Students in Grades 1-5 have been divided into four assessment sessions based upon the first letter of their last name. The schedule is as follows:


    Session 1 - 8:30-9:45 AM                  Last Names:          A-D

    Session 2 - 10:00-11:30 AM              Last Names:          E-K

    Session 3 – 12:15-1:45 PM                Last Names:         L-R

    Session 4 – 2:00-3:30 PM                  Last Names:         S-Z


    Students will need to report to the gym when they arrive. They will then be directed to their classrooms for their assessment. At the conclusion of their assessment, they will return to the gym. Please make arrangements to drop off and pick up your student from the gym at the end of their assessment. If your student walks home, they will be released at the end of their testing period. 

          Notices concerning the schedule for Kindergarten will be sent home directly from your Kindergarten teacher. 

    If your student is enrolled with New Frontier, please contact them to obtain further information for care on December 18th - 19th. Remember, the cafeteria will be closed for each of these two days and transportation will not be provided.

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