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If you or someone that you know has children of school age, then you will be looking into a good public school in which to enroll the child or children. Local public schools should all have advertised registration dates for people to bring in their children to enroll. Some things to look for when deciding which local public schools to look at for your child include cleanliness, a principal who is on site during registration, a friendly and courteous staff, and a well organized office. Local public schools sometimes get a bum rap for things that happen, such as gang related activities and bullying. However, local public schools are just that, public, which means that everyone has a right to an education regardless of race, sex, or poverty level. Most local public schools have an on site campus security system that helps to keep the student and faculty body safe. Most of the time the local public schools dont have major problems, but there are things to keep in mind when choosing a local public school for your child. You want to make sure that all of the local public schools that you are inquiring about have plenty of school books for each classroom. You want to make sure that the local public schools have a system in place of notifying parents in the event of an emergency. You want to see that the local public schools have an appropriate method of handling problems that arise in the classroom in order to keep the problem from becoming more serious. The local public schools that you look at for your child should be kept in neat, clean, orderly fashion.
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Christian Community Schools
39700 Mission Blvd, Fremont, CA 94539(510) 651-5437 Write a review
Monarch Christian Schools
38895 Mission Blvd, Fremont, CA 94536(510) 494-1221 Write a review
Fremont Christian Schools
4760 Thornton Ave, Fremont, CA 94536(510) 744-2200 Write a review
Bay Area Optical Schools
4 Union Sq Ste I, Union City, CA 94587(510) 429-5820 Write a review
Fremont Christian Schools
1 Att Way, Fremont, CA 94536(510) 744-2260 Write a review
Spectrum Schools-Mission Valley Campus
725 Whipple Rd, Union City, CA 94587(510) 471-5363 Write a review
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Child Day Schools the
883 Rose Ave, Pleasanton, CA 94566(925) 462-1866 Write a review
Dublin Unified School District Schools
6901 York Dr, Dublin, CA 94568(925) 829-4322 Write a review
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Prashanti Art Inc.
38487 Fremont Blvd , Fremont, CA 94536(510) 509-2660
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When you go to the local public schools take a list of questions that you would like to ask, and don't be afraid to question things that you may not understand. All local public schools should have emergency plans available upon request for you to view. These emergency plans should include plans of action concerning weather, gun threats in the school, bomb threats, and more. If you ask to see the plan and the local public schools are giving you the run around then you need to look elsewhere. The most important thing is the safety of your child, and as the parent or guardian you have the right to know how things will be handled should they arise. Local public schools should also be willing to arrange a meeting for you with the childs teacher if you request that it be done. Teachers have a very hard job, and trying to teach in a classroom where children are being disruptive, defiant, and using vulgarity is very difficult for the teacher and the other students alike. However these are very real things that happen in the local public schools, therefore you should ask the administration what will be done in those scenarios, and if you ever hear from your child of things going on that arent right, you have the right to go to the school and meet with the administration and voice your concerns.