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Stanford 10 achievement testing under way

Dear Parents:

This week our students will be administered the Stanford 10 Achievement test. The Stanford 10 will give your child’s teacher an indication of where he/she ranks in comparison to others in the same grade level across Texas and the United States.
Testing began Tuesday, September 21, 2010, and ends Friday, September 24, 2010. Administration of the test is taking place during the morning when students are more alert and productive. Testing is for students in Kindergarten through 2nd grade. Regularly scheduled classes will resume after lunch. Afternoon pick-up, van, and bus transportation will not be affected.

We need your help as parents to ensure the following:
1. Your child should get a good nights rest.
2. Your child should eat a good breakfast.
3. Your child should arrive to school on time. [7:30am for breakfast] Testing will begin promptly at 9:00am. Late comers will not be allowed to enter their classroom.
4. Your child should not be picked-up early from school during testing.
5. Your child should bring a light sweater if they normally get chilly.

What we need the students to do:
1. Be sure and have a number two pencil each day.
2. Listen attentively and follow directions the first time they are given.
3. Answer each question as quickly and accurately as possible.
4. Remain as quiet as possible when they complete each sub-section.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the 713-723-4699 and follow directions to transfer to the campus where your child is attending. We are working hard to ensure the academic success of your child.

“Striving for Academic Excellence!”
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