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Mae Said:How can my daughter attend a New York City public elementary school outside of his district?
We Answered:There was a time when this was easier than it is now. However, you can apply to schools other than the one you are zone for. Here is what Insideschools says about this:
"In 2009 the Department of Education rolled out a standardized process for kindergarten admissions citywide. Parents can apply to all schools they are interested in but there are priorities that favor neighborhood students. The first priority goes to siblings of current continuing students and then to students who are zoned for the school. District students from out of the zone come next. Out-of -district students are last in line. In some cases, your zoned school may be too crowded. In that case the Office of Student Enrollment may direct new students to another school in the district. You can find details of the process and the documents you need to register on the DOE's website."
BTW, you should know about the website Insideschools.org, they are a wonderful resource for exploring the NYC public school system.
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Laura Said:House for rent near new york?
We Answered:Try the website below. It has many great listings of apartments in your price range. The link is made so that when you click on it, it come up with all the specifications that you asked for, such as price range, so all you have to do is scroll down.
Now, about the problems, I will help you as best as I can. New York City is, believe it or not, the safest major city in the United States. Safer than Los Angeles, Chicago, all of them. I personally don't know that much about Brooklyn. Manhattan is more my specialty. However, I do have a friend from there and he says that Brooklyn is like a small town in the sense that all the people look out for each other and care for one another. He ought to know, he was born and raised there. Don't worry.
As for finding a space, the website below should do that. And it is within a good distance of your school. And if you ever need to find out where something is, just ask a local shop owner or a bus driver. Most of the time they'll show you and/or take you there themselves.
I hope this helps you. Good luck with school and your adventure in the Big Apple.
Glen Said:Going to New York City after seven years. Is it worth it?
We Answered:Well, THE classic line about New York City is: "It's a great place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there," so, sure, what the heck, come back to New York City for a summer, enjoy the hell out of it, see the sights, revisit all your old haunts and old friends, but DON'T get stuck here, because if you live here full-time, it will suck the very life out of you!
So, yes, come have a great summer in New York City, and then get the hell out of here while you still can!
Claude Said:Where is a good place to live at in New York/ New Jersey Area?
We Answered:Newark isn't getting any safer. It may be marginally safer than last year, but I still wouldn't recommend moving there.
The area around Rutgers isn't exciting. Syracuse is nowhere near NYC.
Your best bet is to check the outer boroughs or one of the towns in NJ across the Hudson from Manhattan, like Hoboken.