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    Default Woodland heights??

    Does anyone have kids that go or are going to woodland heights next year? We might be moving to that area and I'm just curious.

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    I don't know anyone who has children at that school (althoug I *did* attend a playgroup there!), but I know of an absolutely AMAZING condo for sale in the area... 8)

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    We're renting for now....

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    I was doing a clinical rotation there for developmentally delayed children. The teachers are awsome, they have a good breakfast club program in the mornings and I enjoyed the atmosphere. The children seemed great at the school, but I was only there for 6 weeks and only dealt with the 3 developmentally delayed classrooms. One thing I did find and I don't know if all schools have this problem because my child isn't in school yet, it that there was a big headlice problem there. Everyday after class I had to be checked to see if I had it. At least once a week a few kids were sent home with it.

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    I don't think that that is uncommon. We often have similar issues in our school. Once the little guys settle in it can be hard to get rid of them.

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