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Public schools to send reports on Maryland math, reading tests

July 26, 2005

Washington County parents whose children attend the public school system will soon be receiving reports on how their students did on this year's Maryland School Assessments.

The system will mail reports of individual students' state scores on the math and reading tests. The system's overall scores on the tests, which were administered in March to students in grades three through eight, were released in June.

Parents will receive their children's score report, a letter from State Superintendent of Schools Nancy Grasmick and a fact sheet about the tests.

Parents who would like to complete an anonymous online Parent Satisfaction and Involvement Survey may visit the Parents and Community section of the Washington County Public Schools Web site at www.wcboe.k12.md.us or call the public information office at 301-766-2809.

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For more information about testing, call Bob Brown, the system's coordinator of testing and accountibility, at 301-766-2847.

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