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Submitted by Guest6979 (not verified) on Thu, 10/09/2008 - 7:36am.
Of course year around schools in this region do well. People have to apply to get their children in and typically the parents that are willing to go out of their way to do this are also willing to be involved in thier childs life. Not to say that parents who havnt applied for year around schools are not involved in thier child's life. I have a child that will be attending a traditional elementary school next year and I am very involved with her schooling. People if you want a school to do well, meet with teachers, attend school functions, volenteer. As for the person who said that year around schools go to school more, I think you should count the number of days in each school calender, they are the same. Besides what do working people do with their child for the 3 weeks their child is out of school? Send them to a day care or leave them at home alone. My spouse and I both work full time and neither one of us is willing to leave our child alone at home, and we cannot afford a day care. We are just lucky enough that in the summer we have someone that will baby sit for a very reasonable fee until I can get home from work.
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