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Sun Jul 14, 2013
jlmgraves answered:
Since when is kindergarten a "trying time". They are there to learn the basics of socializing, ABCs, 123s and basic reading. Kindergarten is the bedrock for the rest of the ir schooling. They learn how to interact and get along with a group of other children while paying attention to the teachers.

Why do they need field trips? They are in a classroom to learn the foundations for the next 12 years of their education.

All five of our kids looked forward to simply going to school for kindergarten. It doesn't need to be all bells and whistles.

If you want you child to venture out to the aquarium or zoo perhaps you should take them yourself?
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Fri Nov 9, 2012
Dave Mcdonald answered:
Of course! All places have pros and cons for living there. However, Culpeper is a great town with lots of history! Be sure to check out the Chamber of Commerce and tourism websites online. Let me know if I can help! ... more
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Sun Jan 24, 2010
Rbaker answered:
A.G. Richardson was the "supervisor of Negro Education" in Virginia - remember that we are not far removed from the Culpeper Schools being segregated - thus many of the schools bare the names of African American scholars (I believe Ann Wingfield is another such school). The web reference below give a bit of info...

It's hard to find a lot of information, due to the number of groups that "rate" schools - thus you get more of that information than the history of the person. Hope that helped... a little...

Rick Baker (also CCHS, class of '78) 78 The Great!!
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