PARIS — Attendance is mandatory for all juniors to take the SAT test on Saturday, May 7, at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School. Normally, this test costs $45 for each student. However, because the Department of Education has made the SAT a mandatory requirement, there will be no cost to your family for the test.

Testing will begin promptly at 7:45 a.m. Transportation will be provided via school bus and sign ups for school bus service will be available in the guidance office. A free breakfast will be served for all students beginning at 7:15 a.m. Immediately following testing, a free spaghetti luncheon will be provided for students and their parents or guardians. Additionally, $10,000 of scholarships will be raffled off to students who are present. Since Saturday, May 7 is a mandatory day of attendance, all juniors who attend will be granted a day off from school on the following Monday, May 9.

Students should bring a photo ID, a no. 2 pencil and their registration ticket. The school will provide calculators for students who do not have their own. Student should be reminded that all cell phones need to be turned off and put away during testing, otherwise they may have their scores cancelled by the College Board.

For more information, call Principal Ted Moccia or Nancy McClean-Morrissette at 743-8914.