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    I think you go to sts because you prefer it to in city options. Don’t live anywhere nearby, but their bus does pickup literally beside my driveway (at least currently) so that’s a nice option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by suntan View Post
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    This was about four years ago. I did nothing. I was more in disbelief at her outfit than anything else.
    So uh, my daughter needs some private lessons. Pass a number on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tik-Tok View Post
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    So uh, my daughter needs some private lessons. Pass a number on?
    It was at the EC YMCA, so no beuno. Anyhow my kid's teacher for her last swimming lessons also wore a one-piece thong bathing suit, I think someone complained about it because she got in trouble for wearing it lol.

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    The things people will complain about
    Originally posted by Thales of Miletus

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    Originally posted by Toma
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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    STS is a serious consideration for the wife and I yea, she is really impressed with their programming but we are admittedly very far from “pulling the trigger” on any decisions yet. It’s easy to window shop when your kid is 4 months old.
    I went to open houses when our oldest was about 6 months old hahaha

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    For STS, do you live close to the school? Just curious as there are some really good options in town and if its quite a drive, what is the reason for going there?
    This was what eliminated STS as a consideration for us. Kids forget lunches / projects / etc and get sick at school, which can be an occasional pain when school's ~45mins away... The bigger problem is the day-to-day - relying on the bus would have severely limited extra-curricular options and there is no way we wanted to spend 3 hrs a day driving back and forth to school... And that only gets worse if you have more than one kid's schedule to coordinate.

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    What I am hearing is the Glencoe should open up a private school haha.

    I wonder if Earl Grey is for sale
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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    What I am hearing is the Glencoe should open up a private school haha.

    I wonder if Earl Grey is for sale
    Nanny has all day to drive kids around once they are school aged. No problem.
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    I'd be lying if I said I didn't disagree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    What I am hearing is the Glencoe should open up a private school haha.

    I wonder if Earl Grey is for sale
    When the Glencoe opened up their pre school, it gutted Thumbelina at Earl Grey... You might be onto something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster View Post
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    My desire to be an engineer approaches zero.
    too hard and not interesting personally for me

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