A parent's view: starting Schechter in 2nd grade

Strosberg, Shira Garber
January 2013
Jewish Advocate;1/18/2013, Vol. 204 Issue 3, p13
An interview with Emily Lazar, mother of a second grader who has entered the Soloman Schechter Day School of Greater Boston located in Newton, Massachusetts. When asked about considerations taken during the search for a new school, she states that she searched for a school which was locally located. When asked about the admission process, she mentions the she called the director of admission who assisted in the admission process.


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