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Mandated Intensive French Program for Grade 5

37 Signatures Goal: 100

As you may be aware, in the past month, a major decision has been made by Donna Bliss @ Priestman Street School, to mandate an intensive french program for all of the grade five students beginning september 2007. One week prior to this "final decision" the program was voluntary. Without a parent consultation process or any parental involvement, Ms Bliss took away the right we have as parents to make appropriate choices for our children's educational needs. As advocates for our children's educational needs, we are asking you to please participate and support this endeavor to change the Intensive French Program back to being an OPTION by signing this petition or contact SRLANDS@NB.sympatico.ca; tracy.forrest@rvh.nb.ca; dopray@nbnet.nb.ca Feel free to contact any of the following with your concerns, as we have as well. The Premier of NB(Hon. Shawn Graham) or Minister of Education (Hon. Kelly Lamrock)...along with your MLA...or Superintendent of District 18... Mr. Alex Dingwall. WHAT HAPPENED TO "OUR" DECISION TO EDUCATE IN "OUR" CHOICE OF OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

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    JULIE MURPHY Canada
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    Bruce O'Blenis Canada
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    Charlotte Nason Canada
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    Suzanne Robichaud Canada
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    Robert Pierce Canada
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    Joanne Landry Canada
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    Shara Campbell Canada
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    Patrick Masterson United States
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    Holly Plume Canada
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    Stephen and Margie Gray Canada
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    Chris Matheson Canada
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    Candace Russell Canada
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    Dave and Judy Griggs Canada
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    Brenda Masterson United States
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    Ross McMullin Canada
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