Friday, October 9, 2009

Independent Catholic School Banned from Parck

It seems that an Brookewood School, an independent Catholic school in Montgomery County Maryland has been banned from a park in Kensington.

I know some of the parents who send their children to the school and they are not only MoCo residents, but live within a 15 minute drive thru local streets. I wonder if the Mayor of Kensington would do the same if they were illegal aliens.

Considering how much money these parents save MoCo and the town by sending their children to private school (over $11,000 per year per student), he should be down on his hands and knees thanking GOD for the money they save him and the town.

From ABC News:

The girls at Kensington's Brookewood School are banned from using a public park right across the street for recess.

"I don't think it's really fair because we're part of the community too and we want to play in the park," said Jill Collins, a fifth-grade student. The town council unanimously passed a resolution this week saying only caretakers with children five years old and younger can be in Reinhardt Park from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Read the entire story here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Could you possibly post the name of the Kensington mayor and his board, so we would know who to contact. This is completly unacceptable. It is clearly an anti-Catholic stand by the Kensington Mayor and council.