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Clarkston High School
Day 1 SAT: April 9th
1st hour: 11:48 ~ 1:01 (73 mins.) 6 min. passing
2nd hour: 1:07 ~ 2:20 (73 mins.) 6 min. passing
Day 2 WorkKeys: April 10th
3rd hour: 11:48 ~ 1:01 (73 mins.) 6 min. passing
4th hour: 1:07 ~ 2:20 (73 mins.) 6 min. passing
Day 3 PSAT: April 11th
5th hour: 11:48 ~ 1:01 (73 mins.) 6 min. passing
6th hour: 1:07 ~ 2:20 (73 mins.) 6 min. passing
On testing days, April 9th, 10th, and 11th, two separate bus runs will take place. The morning bus run will pick students up who are taking the SAT, ACT WorkKeys, or PSAT. The second will be for students who are not testing. For information regarding pick up times students should contact their bus driver or parents may contact the transportation department.
Shared Students: Should remain at their home schools unless otherwise instructed by their individual teachers.
*DEEP: DEEP classes will be canceled on April 9th and 10th. Students should speak to their individual instructor regarding class information.
* OTC: There will be no OTC on Tuesday, April 9th or Wednesday, April 10th or Thursday, April 11th.
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