It’s hard to believe, since it’s about 8 months away, but my husband and I will be making a decision on where to send our oldest to kindergarten within the next couple of weeks. Seems like it’s coming up quickly, and I am certainly not ready for that stage in her life (or mine!), but since registration is early February, it has to be done.
We have 2 options, and have taken tours and received plenty of information. The schools have been very accommodating answering our questions. I also appreciate that they are holding some upcoming events that we can attend – ‘Kindergarten Round-ups’ – where we can meet with teachers, talk with other parents, and ask additional questions that we may not have already asked.
At any school level, whether it is elementary, middle, high school, or college, parents want to be involved and get plenty of information on where their children will be getting their education. What types of recruitment events are you holding, and how do you communicate with the parents of prospective students? What are you doing to get parents involved upfront?
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