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PTO Sponsoring SAT Prep Course for Juniors at CHS

CHATHAM, NJ - The PTO is sponsoring an SAT Prep Review Course for Chatham High School juniors expecting to take the March 14, 2015 Scholastic Aptitude Test at Chatham High School. 

Classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6–7:30 pm or 7:30–9 pm. The dates of the classes are: February 2, 4, 9, 11, (Tuesday) 17, 18, 23, 25, and March 2, 4, 9 and 11.
Class size is limited. Regular attendance and good behavior are required of all participants. Parents are called when their child is missing from class. The teachers are Mrs. Kessler for math and Mr. Ferguson for English.
 
Have your student sign up as early as possible to ensure a place in the course by filling out the registration form below and returning it to Ms. Chapman in the Principal’s Office along with the $85.00 registration fee (check made payable to Chatham High School PTO). Registrations will not be accepted without payment. 
 

Questions? Email Ms. Chapman at lchapman@chatham-nj.org
 
Registration Form for SAT Prep Course
 
Return this form WITH PAYMENT By January 20
 
to Ms. Chapman, Principal’s Office
 
Student Name(Please Print):________________________________________
 
Parent/Guardian Name(s):__________________________________________
 
Mailing Address: ________________________________________________
 
________________________________________________
 
Contact Cell Phone Number:________________________________________
 
**************************For OFFICE Use ONLY********************************
 
Date Received_________ Payment: Check #______ or Cash____
 
 

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