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Important Information Regarding the Upcoming ACT Test
Posted on Jan 21, 2020
Posted by: Struther High School
Attention High School Parents:
As part of Ohio’s Graduation requirements for the Class of 2018 and beyond, students are to be given a state-funded college readiness test. Struthers City Schools has selected the ACT as the test to be given to the current junior class. Therefore, on February 25 the entire junior class including students who attend the MCCTC will be taking the ACT test during the school day.
All other students’ at Struthers High School: freshman, sophomores, and seniors, will not have school on February 25. Seniors who attend MCCTC will have school, and transportation will run as normal. The juniors taking the test will report to the high school on Tuesday, February 25 and go to the commons area for attendance check in.
The junior class will then be provided breakfast in the cafeteria from 7:30 to 8:15, before being dismissed to their testing rooms. The test will take roughly 3 ½-4 hours to complete. Once the test is completed, students will be provided lunch in the cafeteria. Following lunch, students will be dismissed to go home from Struthers High School.
All students that drive and those being picked up will be dismissed at that time (Approximately 1:30 p.m.) Any student requiring district transportation or those not able to be picked up will be provided a study hall for the remainder of the school day until 2:57pm.
If you have questions about ACT testing or the schedule for February 25, please contact Principal Roger Day's Office at (330) 750-1062, ext. 41312, or your son’s or daughter’s guidance counselor: Mrs. Micco at (330) 750-1062, ext. 41314 or Mrs. Weitzman at (330) 750-1062, ext. 41315.
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