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Occupy South Park Family School

Front left, Doug Tyrell and Ed Wison pass the time reading outside the South Park Family School.  - sharon Tiffin Victoria News
Front left, Doug Tyrell and Ed Wison pass the time reading outside the South Park Family School.
— image credit: sharon Tiffin Victoria News

Around 20 parents and their children set up tents at the South Park Family School to be in line early for one of the twenty spots in the school's new nature kindergarten program starting this fall. A few of the parents camped out Friday night and planned to be there when the door opened on Monday. Parents and their kids were enjoying time together with their new classmates sharing food, playing music and games while getting to know each other better. One child even celebrated his fifth birthday on Saturday.

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