We’re all a little curious.
Driving through town, you may wonder if that vacant building you pass will ever be occupied, why there’s no stoplight at a certain busy intersection, how long it takes to complete a road project or one of a million other questions about your town.
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This week, a Shrewsbury Patch reader what the class sizes are expected to be for kindergarten placement.
"We will have 22 in each class at full-day program," said Bryan Mabie, principal.
Principal Alice Brennan said that they are shooting for 20-22 as well.
"It’s hard to say because we have people registering daily," she said. "Our full-day kindergartens will likely be between 20 and 22 with half days between 18 and 20. This leaves room for the new registrations we will receive over the summer."
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