by Woodbury Bulletin
November 16, 2010 at 11:07 am in Woodbury Bulletin
A group of Woodbury Elementary School parents are taking their concerns about District 833′s Spanish Immersion program to the streets. Continue Reading
Tags: Education, Elementary Schools, family 2 Comments »
I can’t believe the school board would be considering increasing enrollment & eliminating a neighborhood school, to accomodate a group of specialty students. Maybe we can turn more of our elementary school into specialty schools — French Immersion, Art, Music, Environmental. Oh man I can keep going. Then we can bus them. Wait. Aren’t we a public school, and are we suppose to provide education…..to all students. Our mission statement is to empower all learners with knowledge, skills, and attitudes for success. It doesn’t state provide indivdual specialty schools to aid in their enrichment.
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“Maybe we can turn more of our elementary school into specialty schools â€” French Immersion, Art, Music, Environmental. Oh man I can keep going.”
I’m not disagreeing that this school should have its own facility and not shut down another to get it. But your slippery slope analogy is completely inane at best. That isn’t even a feasible thing to suggest will happen. I’m a little surprised you clicked “submit” after typing it, to be honest.
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