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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

FCAT Day 1 Done, FCAT Day 2 is Here!

Congratulations and thank you to everyone for making the first day of FCAT this year go so well.  We had 97% or better attendance in all three tested grade levels for yesterday's first round.  Today the 9th and 10th graders have reading for a short period in the morning while 11th and 12th graders have normal class.  Tomorrow is the first day of computer-based Math testing.  Good luck, Makos! Make us proud!

Tonight is also busy at MAST with our PTSA meeting at which Boston University admissions director, Mr. Jon Korhone, will speak about the college admissions process and related information and concerns.  The meeting and presentation begin this evening at 7PM in the MAST Auditorium.

Between FCAT and PTSA, we have our EESAC meeting this afternoon, too.  Sounds like another busy day on Virginia Key.  Pleasant day to all.  See you for the presentation!

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