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Originally Posted by wakeUpMama
all of the county elementary schools are supposedly "really good" (it's a fairly affluent area), but I wonder how we should go about picking the "best" district to live in. DS is about 18 months so it's not THAT far off, really. There is one charter elementary school that is groovy and cool, but there's a lottery to get in and so I feel like we can't just count on that.
So I thought rather than obsess over test scores or whatever maybe we should actually visit some of the schools. Is that a weird thing to do? To show up or call and ask if we can have a tour? I don't even know what we should look for if we visit.
Anybody have any guidance on this? TIA!
Originally Posted by Charles Baudelaire
What to look for in a school?
Uhhh...the exit door?
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