District 15's Rezoning Proposal Has Been Approved, Angry Park Slope Parent Group LIkely to form in retaliation (right?)
Since most of the FiPS staff is childless, it's not often that we attend school-related meetings in the neighborhood. So when it came time to see how District 15's Community Education Council voted and approved on a rezoning plan designed to make crowded Park Slope schools less of a clusterfuck, we turned to Twitter for the results.
If you've forgotten what the rezoning map looks like click on over HERE. In short, and as we previously reported, parents of P.S. 39 are happy that they won't have to schlep their kids off to another school, while parents cut out from P.S. 321's zone will probably continue to hate the Department of Education.
According to the NY Times, it wasn't a hard decision, coming in at 7-0 vote in favor of the rezoning.
[Sucks in air through teeth.] They must really hate you, P.S. 321 parents... But hey, you've come to the right place to get all yer bitching out.