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This is a surprise, but understandable considering the high level of performance and rating of this school.
What I wonder is, why the preference doesn't exist for students who live on marco island ( a few miles from the school), as opposed to non-Marco Island kids. Surely it doesn't seem logical to have a lottery and have N. Naples students here, while a student living across the street from the school, doesn't get chosen in the lottery, and must then have to go off island everyday for schooling. Anyone else agree?
Anyone know why preference doesn't extend beyond just school board and employees?
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