State says 43 Woodside homes can transfer out of Redwood City School District
The state board of education ruled Thursday against a group of Woodside residents who have been fighting for years to transfer their neighborhood of 43 homes out of the Redwood City School District and into the Las Lomitas School District.
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#1 Nov 11, 2011
Why should the residents of 43 homes in Woodside be held hostage by the failing Selby Lane School?
This neighborhood was never intended to be in Redwood City school district. If Selby Lane wants to improve their school district why not focus on academics, faculty, parent participation and students? Why should a Woodside neighborhood be mandated to fill the economic gap or prop up their numbers? Selby Lane school is closer to Atherton and filled with children whose parents are employed there! This is gerrymandering in an effort to obtain funds from more taxpayers who clearly do not benefit.
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