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Schools Will Observe Regular Schedules During ITBS

March 13, 2007 – St. Thomas-St. John district schools will observe their regular schedules during the administration of the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills (ITBS) through Friday, March 16.
"Parents and guardians of students attending public schools in the St. Thomas-St. John district are hereby notified that there have been no sanctioned early dismissals of students during the administration of the ITBS, which continues through the end of this week," said Acting Superintendent Lisa Hassel-Forde.
She further reminded parents to ensure that their children report to school on time for all testing days, get adequate rest the night before and receive a nourishing breakfast prior to taking the tests.

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March 13, 2007 – St. Thomas-St. John district schools will observe their regular schedules during the administration of the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills (ITBS) through Friday, March 16.
"Parents and guardians of students attending public schools in the St. Thomas-St. John district are hereby notified that there have been no sanctioned early dismissals of students during the administration of the ITBS, which continues through the end of this week," said Acting Superintendent Lisa Hassel-Forde.
She further reminded parents to ensure that their children report to school on time for all testing days, get adequate rest the night before and receive a nourishing breakfast prior to taking the tests.