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Old 03-18-2010, 08:12 PM
 
Location: Knoxville
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Congrats Sunshine and welcome back to our area. JMT always has the best pictures and as many posters have already said, we have good school systems and many areas to choose from. You can drive from about any location in 30 minutes or less and be anywhere you want. We are also surrounded with many lakes and Douglas Lake, would put you a little far out, especially if you were wanting to teach. Prices will help in in knowing places to suggest. Good luck, and June will be here before you know it.
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Old 03-23-2010, 11:46 PM
 
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I just started on this website. what do you think of around the newport area for moving too. soon to be retired military but still young. 3 kids, two in grade school, one starting 7th this fall. We have friends in Chestnut Hill and have done a lot of research concerning Newport Grammer. It seems really good. Being military we have had our share of "bad schools". We have a child with mild autism. Newport Grammar seems to have a wonderful special ed program. we like to think of the glass as half full and pretty.
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Old 03-23-2010, 11:51 PM
 
Location: Deane Hill, Knoxville, Tennessee
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I just started on this website. what do you think of around the newport area for moving too. soon to be retired military but still young. 3 kids, two in grade school, one starting 7th this fall. We have friends in Chestnut Hill and have done a lot of research concerning Newport Grammer. It seems really good. Being military we have had our share of "bad schools". We have a child with mild autism. Newport Grammar seems to have a wonderful special ed program. we like to think of the glass as half full and pretty.
That's a great outlook.

You have a very special child and you are looking for something that will help him and be a good fit for your family.

Visit the school. If its works for you, that is all that matters.
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