From C5 Charter School Bev Melugin:
Our charter school in development, C5 International School, must have 20 more parent signatures of meaningful interest in enrolling their K-3rd grade students in our school next school year, 2011-2012, to assure that we will be provided facilities by the San Francisco Unified School District.
Are you and anyone else that you know interested? Here is more information to help you to support having our school as an option for families.
1. When parents sign the form, that is available on our Website at www.C5internationalschool.org, and return a hardcopy with an original signature in person or by mail or messenger to our office before December 30th, it does not obligate them to enroll their child or limit their choices of other schools for enrollment.
2. Signed forms will help us to be sure that we will have a school facility next fall when the State Board of Education approves our charter proposal by March 15. Request for facilities under state Proposition 39 is a separate process from the approval of a charter proposal.
3. We simply ask that those who sign and return a form maintain their interest in enrolling in our school, among other schools if that is the case, through next spring, even if questioned or challenged by the school district.
4. Information about our school is on our Website, the address is mentioned above, and many details are in the copy of our charter proposal located there that was submitted to the school district.
We must turn these forms in to the school District by Noon Thursday, December 30th to qualify for a District facility.
We will be checking the mail each day. We wish everyone a joyful and peaceful Holiday Season and rewarding new school experiences next year!