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kwassa Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jan-26-11 05:18 PM
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119. and my reply is "don't ask, don't tell"
This happens all the time, with children of all backgrounds, often in cases of separation and divorce, where the parents suddenly live in two different school areas. Also, in cases of homelessness, or family instability, where children are moved between relatives.

Our school system is huge, though, so it involves different "clusters" based on high schools that the other schools feed, too. The value of living in a certain cluster is so great is that it has a big impact on real estate values.

Generally, I never heard of anyone being turned in, though it is common knowledge among the teachers which children are out of our local school boundaries.
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