Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Environmental Charter School expands

On another post, Anonymous wrote:



Questioner said...

This school has really taken off. It shows that people are very willing to attend a public school (at least a charter or magnet school) if they like what is being offered.

Curious George said...

I'll bet that you'll see very few hallway and classroom fights in a school like this.

And I'll bet that you'll hear very few vulagarities directed towards teachers.

On the other hand, in a traditional city school...well, you know the rest.

Anonymous said...

The testimony presented last week during public comment at council might lead one to think this is a neighborhood school. If anyone knows of kids attending ECS from the north or south end of the city can you let blog readers know how well it works for you.

Anonymous said...

Regent Square is a fabulous area, that school could not be located in a better location. We did not buy a house in Regent Sq due to the lack of kids, schools in the neighborhood. In hindsight, I wish we had.

I see 5 kids catching a bus to the Environmental School across the street from Mineado every morning.