Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Advantage: homeschool

Issues you don't find with a homeschool education:
I.S. 25 in Flushing is one of three schools jammed inside a building on 192nd Street.
The cafeteria there is being slammed by extreme overcrowding, prompting an extraordinary response to the lunch crunch starting when school returns on Thursday.
In a letter to parents, the principal at I.S. 25 wrote eighth grade students will begin their brunch at 9:45 a.m.
“Since they are students who rarely eat breakfast,” the principal wrote, “this will prove to be a good move.”
Beyond the suggestion that eighth graders rarely eat breakfast, the thought of kids being forced to eat a lunch of mozzarella sticks or pasta at 9:50 a.m. is not being well received in the neighborhood.

Not only is our school's 'cafeteria' (AKA the kitchen) not overcrowded, I can personally attest that the quality of the food is better, too.

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