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Re: Missouri?


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Mar 08 2004 - 13:17:19 PST

Dear Donald,

Rural Missouri has enough rain and Wal Marts are all
around, but Looking for districts without poor kids
is very difficult. Personally, I prefer poor kids. You might
try the high income suburbs outside of metropolitan areas
of St. Louis or Kansas City (that would be Blue Valley in Kansas).
Wouldn't you prefer Maryland outside DC to get away from
the free and reduced lunch crowd ?
                                                Woody in KC

Donald Peters wrote:
> Anybody out there teach in rural Missouri? I've been applying to A LOT of
> jobs in that area (mostly because Missouri does a great job of updating
> their job openings) and am wondering what it is like. Already had a phone
> call from one of the schools, but they don't have anything for my wife. =(
> We are looking for someplace GREEN (where rain is not a foreign concept),
> with few to none students on free lunch, that at least has a Wal-Mart.

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