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LISD hosting STAAR Boot Camp Saturday

Provided by LISD

Saturday, April 21 - Lubbock ISD ninth-grade students who wish to better prepare for the science portion of the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness or STAAR Test are encouraged to attend the STAAR Boot Camp at Coronado High School, 3307 Vicksburg, from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. A similar program to assist ninth graders preparing for the math portion of the STAAR test will be next Saturday.

LISD contact: Brian Morris: 806-766-1062 / 806-577-3879

Coronado contact: Vickie Cooper: 806-766-0626 / 806-543-5440

Week of April 23 - 27

Monday through Thursday, April 23-26 - These dates are STAAR testing days in Lubbock ISD and across the state. To minimize any potential distraction to students, reporters and videographers will not be allowed on campuses during testing periods. Please help us remind parents that they can increase their child's opportunities for success by making sure they begin the week well rested and prepared.

LISD contact: Brian Morris: 806-766-1062 / 806-577-3879

Please place the upcoming dates on your calendar.

STAAR Boot Camp for ninth-grade math - April 28

High School Graduation Ceremonies - May 25 and 26

Find out more about what's happening by visiting the LISD Web site www.LubbockISD.org.

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