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Re: 8 Things You Can Do Now to Help Your Child Get Ready For School
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Move to the suburbs for the schools


The DT K-8s are flooded with middle class kids now where 15 years ago PS37 was less than 10% white. Just give the Heights a few years, you'll see.


I noticed the test scores for the grade school near my apartment scores have finally gone up. They were in the bottom 25% for years. Still not great.. but improving.

I am keeping eyes on the Montessori charter that is attempting to get going in JC. Unfortunately, where they are looking to open up is nowhere near the Heights.


Sometimes you gotta suck it up and drive. We did when LCCS moved from DT to Lincoln Park. Carpooling helps. Also, most of these schools start to fall behind in middle school more than k-5. Apply to the AEP magnet schools at that point.

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9th Item popular with my tenants who have kids:

Move to the suburbs for the schools


The DT K-8s are flooded with middle class kids now where 15 years ago PS37 was less than 10% white. Just give the Heights a few years, you'll see.


I noticed the test scores for the grade school near my apartment scores have finally gone up. They were in the bottom 25% for years. Still not great.. but improving.

I am keeping eyes on the Montessori charter that is attempting to get going in JC. Unfortunately, where they are looking to open up is nowhere near the Heights.

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Sounds like Joe Biden is posting on JC List.

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The DT K-8s are flooded with middle class kids now where 15 years ago PS37 was less than 10% white. Just give the Heights a few years, you'll see.

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9th Item popular with my tenants who have kids:

Move to the suburbs for the schools

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Back to school season starts soon! Here are some tips on how you can help your child get ready for the new school year.

http://jcfamilies.com/8-things-you-ca ... ild-get-ready-for-school/

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