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Schenectady school district hoping to avoid kindergarten crush

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After 200 additional kindergartners showed up unexpectedly on the first week of school last year, school officials have been pulling out all the stops to get 5-year-olds registered early this year. With five weeks to go, kindergarten registrations are up, school officials said, but there are still many eligible children in the city who have not registered. The school year starts Sept. 4 and every child who will be 5 by Dec. 1 should enter ...


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JIMOCONNOR
July 26, 2013
9:26 a.m.

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How are children born in the U.S., whose parents are NOT naturalized citizens handled? Have parental fears been taken into account. Has a process been implemented and publicized to address this.

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