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  1. Annie Logue

    My family members have to pay $1 whenever they need me to find something. The funny thing is that once I instituted that policy, they started finding things on their own.

    I’m all for the Noble Street disciplinary policies, by the way. I’m okay with kids having to keep their shirts tucked in and their shoes tied in school, and you know what? At 16, they are capable of doing it.

    (We had a Noble Street school on our list of potential high schools. They have a great track record, better than almost every CPS high school except for the test-in schools. However, they are charter schools, and that drives some people here crazy.)

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