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Enrollment period ending for new Vacaville charter school

By From page A3 | May 21, 2014

VACAVILLE — A newly minted charter school – Kairos Public School Vacaville Academy – is just a few days away from closing its second enrollment window.

The deadline to submit intent-to-enroll forms is Saturday. All required documents need to be included in the packet, such as grade-level printout, proof of residence and for kindergarten, a birth certificate copy.

An informational meeting will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday at Valley Church, 5063 Maple Road. Intent-to-enroll forms can be submitted at the meeting.

More information can be found on the school’s website, https://kps-k12-pt.schoolloop.com.

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  • The MisterMay 21, 2014 - 5:59 am

    What a shame the school board didn't embrace Heritage Peak Charter School... a proven school already operating in Vacaville for many years with much community support and stellar results. But Noooooo. The board shot down Heritage Peak... seemed pretty odd at the time... but now we know why; the board wanted their own charter school... probably well connected with the good-old-boy network. The only... and I mean only... thing that makes Vacaville school district look good is that it's right next to Fairfield.

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