to far away (20 minutes commute) Albertsons food store...for 6 years old, speaking about healthy habits, jobs of cashier and salesperson...among healthy habits is buying cola (sometimes, though...), children taken by parents and their cars...
Am i too demanding from a field trip- I thought it might be trip to the zoo, to the movie theater, on the school bus?
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Answer by balagan_imma at 8:46 AM on Mar. 31, 2011
Small private schools have to use parents to drive the students because there are no buses. Public schools are going toward this because of cutbacks and they don't have the money to pay the drivers and the gas. Our public school has gone to making the kids walk to nearly everything they do in town, and I can't tell you how many times I have seen a runaway child nearly hit, so now they have a police escort to close off the intersections as they cross. The school doesn't have to pay for this so it's fine with them. I don't think 20 min is that long of a drive and this store may have been more accommodating for a field trip. If you want to see you child go to the zoo or something maybe you could join the PTO and do some fundraisers for the admission fee. Most schools don't have it in their budgets to spend hundreds on a field trip, hence the free one your school is doing.
Answer by scout_mom at 9:28 AM on Mar. 31, 2011
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