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June 6, 2008

Albany - If you see school zone lights flashing in Albany, it's not a mistake, summer school is in session.   For the past two weeks, elementary and middle school students have been attending remediation classes for the Criterion Referenced Competency Test.

More than 1200 students were retested Wednesday and Thursday. Starting Monday, regular summer school begins for students, so make sure to watch out for school zones.

R.D. Harter said, "The flashing lights have continued to be a part of our school crossing zones and we ask the public to be careful and watch for children during that time."

Parents are responsible for taking students to summer school Monday morning. Bus transportation will be provided after that. CRCT scores won't be available for students who took the re-test for about a week and a half.

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