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“More than 1,500 children applied for the 184 kindergarten and first-grade seats at the charter school, with 700 of those children coming from District 3, which encompasses the Upper West Side.”
“I am not sure how this all got started, or who thought we were the right people for the job, but we were invited to teach four first-grade classes as a part of the Junior Achievement program.”
“To my cat-loving, first-grade brain, that made perfect sense.”
“The typical American kindergarten now resembles a really bad first-grade classroom.”
“His mind went to his first-grade teacher, Mrs. Papasian, who always said Armenian names rhymed with Armenian.”
“In fact, my first-grade report card hangs in a frame on the door to my office, along with my name and title.”
“If only my first-grade teacher had recognized me for the health pioneer that I was.”
“He said he arrived to vote to find that his former first-grade teacher was one of the officials administering the vote.”
“This was my first-grade teacher, she was supposed to be my second mother, and she lied to me," he said.”
“But Tricia Joyce, a mother of first-grade twins who was at the meeting, said the joke showed a lack of understanding of the issues, such as post-Sept. 11 tax incentives that sent families into lower Manhattan.”
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