Re: DSM: The Sudbury model -- appropriate for all children, yes or no?

From: Podway / Van Dertol Family (robinsp@gateway.net)
Date: Fri Jun 01 2001 - 11:48:12 EDT


Morticia,

we are opening a free school (although not specifically sudbury) in southern california - (manhattan, hermosa, redondo beach area). contact me directly if you're interested. robinsp@gateway.net

robin

----- Original Message -----
From: "Connie Shaw" <ordinary_person@msn.com>
To: <discuss-sudbury-model@sudval.org>
Cc: "Coby Smolens" <cobys@well.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2001 10:13 PM
Subject: RE: DSM: The Sudbury model -- appropriate for all children, yes or no?

> Morticia,
>
> Some friends of mine in the Bay Area are working on starting a public
> Sudbury school in the Lagunitas school district (west Marin county) that
> they hope will open this fall. I don't think they have a website at present,
> but you could contact one of the founders to get more info: Coby Smolens,
> cobys@well.com. Good luck!
>
> Connie Shaw
> The Living School
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-discuss-sudbury-model@sudval.org
> [mailto:owner-discuss-sudbury-model@sudval.org]On Behalf Of morticia
> crone
> Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2001 2:42 PM
> To: discuss-sudbury-model@sudval.org
> Subject: Re: DSM: The Sudbury model -- appropriate for all children, yes
> or no?
>
>
> hello! i'm writing for the first time here, hope this goes through. i want
> to mention that i enjoy being on this list and taking part in your input.
> there was some mention of the "ideal" situation being that all schools were
> sudbury schools. well, that would be good, especially since so far all of
> the sudbury schools except for one in oregon classified as a "charter"
> school that i have found out about cost an arm and a leg. i know this isn't
> exactly the hot topic at this point, but i thought this is as good a place
> as any to get some advice. i'll be moving with my three daughters (two of
> which are school age, experiences ranging from montessori to waldorf to
> public in two countries in two languages) to california this summer. i
> desperately hope to find something other than mainstream sausage-stuffing
> curriculum, but i can't afford the tuition. i'm not trying to get a debate
> started regarding tuition, rather i am asking for help. does anybody know
> of similar
> schools that are publicly funded? or even SVM schools that are "charter",
> i.e. supported by the state? i've been through the SERN site already. i'm
> looking at the northern california area, sacramento, inland from the bay
> area, around there, i'm not picky, it just has to have a good school for my
> girls and a university for me (and a rural area where we can live even if
> the school is urban).
> i hope no one is too put off by my breaking in like this.
> regards,
> morticia
>
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