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MNPS programs three Nights of Questions and Matriculation
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (18 of March of 2009) - the Metropolitan State schools of Nashville (MNPS, by its abbreviations in English) have programmed several Nights of Questions and Matriculation for the week from the 23 to the 27 of March. These meetings will help to the families affected by the new Plan of Student Location. They invite all the families. Representatives of the district are going to be present to answer all the questions about the Plan of Student Location and the Open Inscription.
During the events of Questions and Matriculation, the family parents are not only going to have opportunity to make questions with respect to the options of matriculation of their children for scholastic year 2009-2010, but also will be able to choose the school for their children for the 2009-2010. In addition, the parents can fill a form of Abierta Inscription to ask for a school outside their zone that has quotas available. There am a list of the meetings here:
• Tuesday, 24 of March - Jefferson Street Baptist, 5 - 7 p.m.
• Wednesday, 25 of March - Napier Enhanced Option, 4 - 6 p.m.
• Thursday, 26 of March - Brick Church Middle School, 4:30 - 6: 30 p.m.
From the 23 to the 27 of March and from the 30 to the 31 of March, from the 7 a.m. to the 5:30 p.m., the Center on watch to the Client of MNPS also will be open and the parents can come, make questions and register to their children for scholastic year 2009-2010. For more information about the Plan of Student Location, Open Inscription or the option according to the law That No Boy Remains Back (NCLB, by its abbreviations in English), visits www.mnps.org. It beats Welcomes to MNPS! and soon in the connection Finding Your Place.
By the end of April, MNPS will send to house with each boy in MNPS a letter that says which is its scholastic allocation for year 2009-2010. There will be a brief period of time after the letter distribution, that will allow the families who are not in agreement with their allocation an opportunity to consult with the representatives of the district and to make the adjustments necessary.
The Metropolitan State schools of Nashville provide a series with educative opportunities to more than 75,000 students in Nashville and the Davidson County. The directive body of MNPS is the Meeting of Metropolitan Public Education of Nashville and the County Davidson, a group of nine members chosen by the residents of the metropolitan zone of Nashville. For more information, please it visits www.mnps.org.