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Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. The school board in August gave Duette a brief reprieve: It could stay open until Dec.

But after that? The district suggested Duette might be able to continue as a "contract school. So in August, King, some parents and some members of the community, about a dozen strong, set up the Duette Education Foundation.

The Duette Education Foundation finalized its portion of the contract with the district one evening last week. The school board is scheduled to look it over a week from Monday. On Dec. She'll start working for the foundation. The foundation's goal is twofold. It wants to increase enrollment.

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Duette has no attendance zone. No children are made to go there because they live nearby. Parents have to want their children to go there. Per-student money would be enough to make Duette self-sufficient if it had between 20 and 25 children.

The foundation is hoping to start a pre-K and before- and after-school care. Getting more parents to drop off more children at the school is, in a way, a form of fundraising. So is this: "We're hoping to, we will, get some cash donations for operating funds," King said.

The foundation is counting on donations from local companies. King won't name names, not quite yet, and neither will Jerry Groover, a Myakka City firefighter, father to Dawson and now president of the foundation.

The biggest, most successful businesses in the area are nurseries, farms and mines.

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Some of the companies that have pledged to help have given verbal commitments, Groover said last week, that are "more than just words. It's only had electricity since Until , Duette was a "strawberry school," so the academic year ran from May to December because after that, families needed their children to help pick the crop. Today, Duette isn't for everybody, but for the right kids, and the right parents, this is the best kind of education: more personal and hands-on, less structured and standardized.

In the fridge in the kitchen where the children sit and share breakfast and lunch are pickles they make using cucumbers they grow. The garden they tend to outside also now has zipper peas and small but handsome eggplants.

They collect in a jar snakeskins found on the grounds around the school.

The bumper sticker pinned to the wall above King's desktop reads like a declaration: Childhood Is A Journey. Not A Race. King's explanation: "I know what they know. Where have they been?

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Where are they going? She sat off to the side of the school's main room last week while her children used their laptops to create calendars for December.This is a small place that needs to raise it. But after that?

Tough times. She sat off to the side of the school's main room last week while her children used their laptops to create calendars for December. site Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Learn more about site Prime.