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Letter to the Editor
Friday, March 14, 2014, 8:57 p.m.
 

Re. the New Kensington-Arnold school dress code: That may be nice, but it shouldn't be our focus.

What about our children's education? What about full-day kindergarten? These newly elected and re-elected board members got my vote for arguing the importance of that. I was forced to send my 5-year-old to private school this year so that he could benefit from a six-hour day, as opposed to 2.5 hours.

I'm not very concerned about saving money by buying uniforms. I'm more focused and vested in my children's education and productivity!

Raymone Thomas

Arnold

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