Enrollment trend still pointing downw...

Enrollment trend still pointing downward, officials say across Peninsula

There are 3 comments on the www.peninsuladailynews.com story from Jan 4, 2009, titled Enrollment trend still pointing downward, officials say across Peninsula. In it, www.peninsuladailynews.com reports that:

Although some North Olympic Peninsula public school districts show slight increases or flat enrollment, most say that the trend is still downward and are budgeting for future losses.

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Church Slave

Puyallup, WA

#1 Jan 5, 2009
If enrollment is down then just lay off a few teachers. Pretend for a moment that the school is a business and you have a bottom line to look after.

Naw, it will never happen. What am I saying LOL.
john

Seattle, WA

#2 Jan 10, 2009
Church Slave wrote:
If enrollment is down then just lay off a few teachers. Pretend for a moment that the school is a business and you have a bottom line to look after.
Naw, it will never happen. What am I saying LOL.
Interesting point!

You cant expect them to do that now-can you?!!!

What do they expect people to do? Have more school age kids quickly? I guess since the bail out-everyone seems to feel that they deserve a free ride!
Church Slave

University Place, WA

#3 Jan 13, 2009
john wrote:
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Interesting point!
You cant expect them to do that now-can you?!!!
What do they expect people to do? Have more school age kids quickly? I guess since the bail out-everyone seems to feel that they deserve a free ride!
LOL quick.. import more illegal aliens from Mexico to fill our classrooms.

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