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The PTO is pleased to sponsor the annual Scholastic Book Fair at Middle School South from February 21 through February 28, 2014. The Book Fair will be held in the school Resource Center. To ensure everyone has an opportunity to participate, we have provided a variety of options available for students and parents to view and purchase books. Since part of your purchase benefits the school, it’s a great time to stock up on books for your family library or to give as gifts for family, friends and teachers.

The Book Fair located in the Resource Center is stocked with books for a wide variety of reading levels and some adult books. The students will attend the book fair twice with their Language Arts class – once to preview the books and once to purchase. You may send money with your student(s) at any time. Parents are welcome to shop anytime during Resource Center hours 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Just remember to sign in at the office and pick up a visitor badge. We accept cash, check or credit card. On February 25 the Book Fair will be open during the band concert from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., so come to the school a few minutes early to check it out.

The attached flyer previews some of the books that will be available at the Book Fair. For additional books or to hear excerpts of some books, go to Middle School South’s homepage, click on the District link, click on PTO and locate the Book Fair tab on the left side of the menu bar or type You also have the option to shop online. If you would like to shop prior to the February 21 Book Fair start date or your child doesn’t see a book he/she is looking for, check the ONLINE BOOK FAIR. The Online Book Fair runs from February 15 through March 7. This is a convenient way to shop and all orders ship free to the school. Please use the link mentioned above to shop online.

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Source: mss.hawthorn73.org

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HMM. I lived in the Bay Area from 97-2002, and never an into them.
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Way cool

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University of Maryland University College

Every undergraduate course at UMUC requires an in-person, closed-notes, no books, final exam (or in-person midterm for their Asia/Europe divisions). My guess is this is a requirement of their accreditation (Middle States)
For people outside Maryland but not at military bases, they have you go through these hoops to get a proctor approved, or you go to a local community college/testing center and take it there.
Non-profit, but it does happen. I think every online school should require something similar. Exams cover a kind of knowledge that I think a lot of online classes are pretty bad at teaching.

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