Sunday, September 6, 2015

High schools open despite girls not in school yet

Not all girls entering high school have been placed. Previously, schools could not open until all girls were accepted and had where to go. Despite some last minute meetings and outside financial help the problems have not been solved. A solution to place all girls in a new school, as apposed to spread them around the existing schools does not seem feasible. Both sides are holding out waiting for someone to cave. Naturally blame goes around from parents to school officials and back and forth again. Hopefully this will all be settled by next year 5776.

6 comments:

  1. Didnt 323 save the day??

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  2. Call aron kotler. Maybe he can bail us out just like r rechnitz

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  3. There are always going to be parents that only want to go to the schools that are full and wont go to the schools that have room. They have a school but go atound daying they dont.

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  4. The vaad demands that parents sign up for 4 schools. many parents did exactly that and guess what? their child was not accepted into all 4 schools. Now the vaad wants to place them in a different school that they had no intention or interest in the first place. What do you want these parents to do.

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  5. It is even worse then you are reporting. The school they are trying to force parents into is very small and filled with the kids that nobody wanted. It is creating a situation where parents are being forced to put their child at risk by lumping them together with some already troubled kids. While the vaad may have meant well they actually made the situation much worse by trying to prop up a failed institution.

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  6. There are 9 schools. The vaad can not guarantee thst you will get into one of the 4 schools. If you apply to 4 schools they will get you into a school. Ifyou want a gyarantee of the 4 schools then we may as well shut down all the other schools

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