Do you think Lawrence school children should advance together into the same junior high school?
Asked at Borders, 700 N.H. on February 2, 2005
“No, I don’t think so. There is diversity in the children, and it’s good for each of the schools to offer different communities to allow children to grow more worldly.”
“Yes I do. They have grown up together, and it would make it easier to have their friends around them when they make that big step.”
“Not necessarily. I think it’s fine to split them up. The will all be thrown together later in high school anyway.”
“Yes I do. The students would be able to grow up together and form lifelong relationships and have social stability.”