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Thursday, March 15, 2007

Public School Assignments!

Nora's Kindergarten placement letter should be here Sat 3/17 or Mon 3/19! Wish us luck on getting her into one of the seven schools we put on the list (out of about 71 public schools in SF)... it doesn't always happen that you get assigned to a school you put on your list.

Notification letters for Round One Assignment will be mailed on Friday, March 16, 2007. Parents/Guardians must register their children at schools from March 19 to March 29, 2007 to accept Round One offers.
Here are our school choices again - hope we get one!
1. Rosa Parks Japanese Bilingual
2. Alvarado General
3. McKinley
4. Rosa Parks General
5. Starr King Mandarin Immersion
6. Harvey Milk
7. Rooftop

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