Wednesday, November 26, 2008

How Many Non-Residents Have Arlington's Yupublicrats Allowed to Enroll in Arlington's K-12 Public Schools?

Anyone have a good estimate of the number of non-residents enrolled in Arlington's public schools? Where is this activity pervasive?

21 Comments:

At 26 November, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ask Zimmerman's ward heelers, who are so into micro-management they are keeping track of which restaurant plays what music in Shirlington.

 
At 26 November, 2008 , Anonymous PTA Mom said...

At least 1000.

 
At 27 November, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ask the County employees who live in Fairfax and PW and whose kids attend Arlington schools.

 
At 27 November, 2008 , Anonymous Fair-Yup said...

Ask Arlington's biggest busybody, Nanny Nancy Hunt.

 
At 27 November, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ask the Arlington Police Department, which is always too busy breaking into green activists' homes and launching a major campaign against homeless men who shoplift wine from convenience stores to care about non-residents who are ripping off the Arlington school system to the tune of $25,000 per-child per-year.

 
At 27 November, 2008 , Anonymous Former School Crossing Guard said...

Arlington Police? Same County employees who are living in Fairfax and PW counties. LOL

 
At 27 November, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ask the bloated Arlington School System ("We don't have one school employee for every student yet, but we're working on it").

 
At 27 November, 2008 , Anonymous Parent said...

Ask the Urban Village Idiots who are members of the School Board. Starting with "Mr. Ed" Fendley.

 
At 27 November, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ask Arlington Republicans who complain about all sorts of trivial matters but are Zimmy's de facto ward heelers when it comes to the important stuff.

 
At 27 November, 2008 , Anonymous Barcrofter said...

Ask "Jane Hypocrisy Barcroft" who constantly complains about the real estate taxes on her modest Barcroft home then goes after the anti rip-off activists via her and Antonelli's novels.

 
At 27 November, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ask John Antonelli! He knows how to solve this problem!!!!

 
At 27 November, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Antonelli and his former girlfriend should stop spewing their slander before they do anything else.

 
At 27 November, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about foreign exchange students, and Arlington teachers who are permitted to enroll their kids in Arlington schools if they live outside Arlington?

 
At 27 November, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about the other 2,800 non-resident children who are not foreign exchange students and not Arlington teachers' kids?

 
At 28 November, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does anyone know which non-resident students are legally allowed to enroll in Arlington schools? Is it teachers' kids or all children of all school employees?

 
At 28 November, 2008 , Anonymous Don't Move to Arlington said...

It's all part of Arlington County's big Yuppie Pig Out - welfare for the wealthy, corporate welfare, welfare for non-residents, welfare for wealthy non-profits, a bloated County bureaucracy dedicated to sports, entertainment, recreation, gentrifying out the middle class, keeping the homeless homeless, etc. etc.

 
At 28 November, 2008 , Anonymous N.M. said...

At least $200 million of Arlington County's $1 billion budget is wasted or stolen.

 
At 29 November, 2008 , Anonymous Carlyn Springs Kenmore said...

It's pervasive in the new and newly renovated schools on Arlington's border with Fairfax County. Look at all the dumpy trailer classrooms in Fairfax County. Arlington has none.

 
At 29 November, 2008 , Anonymous DP Progressive said...

Why not have all the students on the first day of school show up with proof of residency and those who are not residents get sent away?

We need a progressive to run for School Board like Reid Goldstein or Rebecca Kraft

 
At 03 December, 2008 , Anonymous PO'd Carlyn Springs Dad said...

Any family who moves out of Arlington but continues to use the old home address as a mail drop can continue to send kids to Arlignton's schools. There is no checking or re-registration every other year.

 
At 03 December, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is a lottery for non-resident school employees every year and 25 kids are allowed to legally enroll in Arlington schools. That doesn't prevent non-resident school employees who don't win the lottery from sending their kids to school in Arlington.

 

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