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Rockville High AP Test Site Moved

Rockville High School has moved its Advanced Placement tests, scheduled for Monday, to the Mark Twain School, the school has announced.

Rockville High has been closed until further notice because of the flu outbreak. A student is believed to have contracted the illness.

Students taking the AP Government test should report at 8 a.m. to Mark Twain, 14501 Avery road, Rockville. The AP French test will be given at noon.

Students should bring their own snacks. They can bring cell phones to Mark Twain, but they must be placed in bags, which will be provided, and will be kept in a secure location.

By Michael E. Ruane  |  May 3, 2009; 2:58 PM ET
Categories:  Schools  
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