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April 14, 2006

Cairo- Many students wrapped up their most important tests of the year this week, but testing continues for others next week.

Grady County students will take the Criterion Referenced Competency Tests next week. Students spent much of the last week reviewing and preparing for the tests which determine whether students can advance to the next grade. This year students may be asked questions they don't recognize.

"They're going to be field testing some items on the test as well. The items may be a grade higher or a grade lower so it will be a little bit different for students this year, there could be things on there covering curriculum or items that they have not studied," said Principal Patsy Clark, Eastside Elementary School.

Students are encouraged not to miss class next week, to eat a good breakfast before coming to school and to get a good night's rest all week long.

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