Education briefs for Nov. 2, 2013: CNCC to offer Taste of Education
Craig — Taste of Education is an introductory event for those considering enrolling in college classes but unsure of how to get started, what subjects they want to study or have other concerns. In addition to workshops, seminars and classes throughout the day, anyone attending also receives a free lunch, door prizes and information about scholarships.
Those with small children also can receive referrals for baby-sitting.
For more information, call 970-824-1101.
No school for Moffat County elementary students Friday
A workday is scheduled for elementary teachers Friday, meaning the kids of Craig’s East, Ridgeview, Sandrock and Sunset elementary schools will have a three-day weekend.
The students of the Maybell School also will have the day off from classes.
ACT, SAT exams offered for Craig students in coming months
Students needing to take the ACT and SAT exams can register online at http://www.actstudent.org for the ACT and http://www.collegeboard.org for the SAT. Both sites also provide information for those taking the tests, including necessary supplies, documentation and other details.
The designated testing center for Craig is Moffat County High School, but students should consult the sites to determine which testing centers will be available on certain dates.
Both tests are offered multiple times throughout the school and both have regular deadlines and late deadlines, the latter of which involves a fee.
Test date — registration deadline/late registration
Dec. 14 — Friday/Nov. 22
Feb. 8 — Jan. 10/Jan. 14
April 12 — March 7/March 21
June 14 — May 9/May 23
Test date — registration deadline/late registration by mail/late registration online
Dec. 7 — Friday/Nov. 22/Nov. 25
Jan. 25 — Dec. 27/Jan. 10/Jan. 14
March 8 — Feb. 7/Feb. 21/Feb. 24
May 3 — April 4/April 18/April 21
June 7 — May 9/May 23/May 28
Note: The March 8 SAT does not include subject tests.
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