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An Extra Two Hours

Rachel Gauer, Reporter

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On April 2, freshmen, sophomores, and seniors will have a late start day as the juniors tackle the science portion of the state standardized CAASPP testing. The day will begin at 10:50 am, which gives students over 2 hours — 2 hours and thirty minutes, to be exact– of extra time than usual that morning. School will go only 10 minutes later that day, meaning the day will end at 2:35 pm rather than 2:25 pm. Since a late-start day is rare for our school, it is essential that students use their extra morning time wisely. Here are some different ways to spend your special morning.

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