For many students in the DC area, the August 29 administration of the SAT has been canceled. If you are one of the lucky ones actually taking the test on August 29, prepare to mask up! The College Board announced that students will wear a mask for the duration of the test. While you might be accustomed to wearing a mask on a grocery or coffee run, you might not be used to wearing a mask for over three hours! Eagle Eye recommends that you find a mask style that fits well and is comfortable for you. Once you find a mask you like, wear it for a practice test. If you’re not planning on another practice test, wear the mask around your house for a few hours. Get used to having a mask on for longer than usual. When test day arrives, you can focus on the SAT and not on your mask!
In this weekend’s Washington Post, there was an article about a child interred in Georgetown’s Mt. Zion Female Union Band Society Cemetery.