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What's your top tip for finding the right school?


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friskyfiske August 19, 2012

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Finding a school that has a Principle who participates with the kids


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teekan July 16, 2012

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Learn what cirriculum they follow and if they have summer school option and if teachers stay after school who help kids that need it


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abkiller June 25, 2012

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always pick one with a good princable and staff. thats who i found a school for my twins.there going into 5th grade next year at castle rock elementary in colorado.


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smedeiros June 9, 2012

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How the parents review on the school I have a 1 1/2 year old and looking into schools is scary with all the stuff you see on the news...


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LaClique May 1, 2012

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Dedicated teachers, supportive administration, variety of programs, high expectations.


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CougarLover March 1, 2012

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Find a school with some student that might have the same GPA as you. This way you can get help.


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2goodparents January 30, 2012

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You get what your tax dollars pay for! Excellent school for the money in my opinion.


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tia2grandma January 25, 2012

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Check to see if students with disabilities are a priority because otherwise the state doesn't pay for that child to go to School if they don't have a disability your child has to be put on a waiting list for pre-k! if their not


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LAMommy1 January 9, 2012

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1.Go on a tour of a school tour 2. Talk to the director (and the teacher your child will have) about what the students day like. 3. Watch school in session 4. Look out for red flags: neglected children at play, lazy, non engaging teachers


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annshanae December 15, 2011

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My tip for finding the right school is...
1. Ask parents around your community.Detail some of their good and bad experiences.
2. Check the net.
3.And finally,Go on a tour of the school and talk to the staff.
It has worked in the past for me.




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