Elm City Montessori Makes Its Pitch

Elm City Montessori Makes Its Pitch

Alanda Canty fessed up that her class at Elm City Montessori School had accidentally broken some school supplies, but she hoped the Board of Education wouldn't hold that against them in an upcoming vote to keep their charter school open. Alanda, a third-grader, made that plea to the board's Finance & Operations Committee Monday night at Celentano School, as it conducted the first public hearing on whether to renew the school's charter.

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