Askonim Begin Working on Primary Girls’ 2015 School Registration

primary girls tlsThe following was submitted by the Lakewood Vaad: In order to accommodate all Lakewood children into our Mosdos, we respectfully request all those who have girls entering Primary in September 2015 who have not yet been accepted to primary, to please call 732-901-9981. Please leave a message with your name, phone number, and the name of your child.

We will iyh compile a list and work with the Askonim and Mosdos to hopefully resolve this matter.

All parents who have applied to various schools, including the more recently-opened schools and have not yet received an acceptance letter from at least one Mosad, are urged to call immediately.

Applications will only be processed until May 11, 2015.

If you have already spoken to us, but have not yet filled out an information form, please call us for a form.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. is there a tremendous shortage of spots this year?

    i hear that there’s a number of new schools opening up as well some of the older schools in Lakewood adding on more classes

  2. #1 as is often the case, BH there are enough spots this year. Last year was a problem but not this year.However, parents must realize that getting into an old establsihed school of your choice may not be practical. Even schools with 5 classes get full from siblings, alumni, & school employees before they have any spots for the public. A much smarter approach is for parents to research the new schools and just go with one of those schools. And as you say this year there are lots of options. One of these new schools has to be good. And there are lots of benefits to new small schools as well.

    I’ll add one more thing for those concerned about the lack of experience of a new school. Most of them (I can’t speak for every one) hire only experienced teachers and principals. An established school may not be as concerned about that issue. In fact new schools usually go the extra mile to davka hire experts so that they alleviate the parent body’s fears.

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