A vote for charter schoolsIn our great country we are given many choices. The choice to vote on the candidate we feel will best serve in an elected capacity, the choice to choose a religion that best suits us, and so on. With all of these choices, doesn’t it stand to reason that we should have a choice in how and where our child is educated?
I am a pro public school person, but I do not feel that the public school has to be a county school.
I have two school-age children. Our oldest child has always attended traditional public schools, and we have been pleased with her education.
My second child began his education in a traditional county public school, and in second grade we switched to a public charter school. He has thrived since moving to Odyssey, and our family has been warmly welcomed.
Monique Haskins, Newnan