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Tue Apr 22 2014
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Spring testing time is just around the corner
Reynoldsburg students in grades 3-8 will be taking a variety of standardized assessment tests in late April and early May. Ohio Achievement Assessments will be given in reading and math in each grade, and fifth- and eighth-graders will take a science assessment test. Students in grades 2, 3, 4, 6, and 7 will take the Terra Nova, a nationally-normed test the district uses as another monitor of student progress, April 21-May 23. School officials say there’s nothing for students to get stressed over. Parents should just try to make sure their kids are awake and alert, getting a good night’s sleep and that they eat breakfast. And they definitely need to be in school that day.  
Earth Day to be a time for action at WRMS gardens
Students and staff at Waggoner Road Middle School, along with neighbors and anyone in the community interested in pitching in, will celebrate Earth Day from 4 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 22, in the gardens adjacent to the school. Teacher Carah Casler, one of the organizers, promises a warm and sunny day. The celebration will take the form of a work party. Both kids and adults are welcome to join in to perform a number of volunteer tasks at WRMS’s rejuvenated garden. Tasks will include assembling and installing benches, rain barrels, and compost bins; weeding the main bed and dumping soil and humus, then mulching around new beds; starting sunflower seeds in trays and pots.  
Mulch sales will lower wrestlers’ pay-to-participate fees
Again this year, the Reynoldsburg High School wrestling team will raise funds by selling mulch — and, for an extra dollar per bag, spreading it. Five types of mulch are available: Eco-Smart Hardwood, Kettle Black, Brick Red, Cypress, and Triple-Shred Black Sable. The minimum order is five bags at a cost of $4.50 per bag delivered, $5.50 per bag delivered and spread. There is a discount for orders of 25 bags or more. Proceeds of the sale help to lower pay-to-play fees of the participating wrestlers.  
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