YAKIMA, Wash. - Monday is the deadline for parents who want to appeal results of last spring's 10th grade WASK results.
The students must pass the test to graduate high school, starting with the class of 2008.
Students who failed one or more sections will have more chances to pass.
Eisenhower High School counselor Twyla Ostrander said it's important for parents to take advantage of this opportunity.
"It would give them the advantage of not having to take the test again and know where their errors were and that's what they could work on," Ostrander said.
Parents have until Monday to check the results of their 10th graders for last spring's results.
Parents can also download the application to review the test materials from the state superintendent's office's Web site.
That site is posted on our Web site at kndo.com
Click on news and then on-air links to get to the application.