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When we placed our child at Myers Park we had such high expectations, specially of the IB program. So far, the IB program has been nothing but "busy work". For example, one of the projects my child did was give a speech in English class. He had to do the research, write the speech and recite the speech. That was a great assignment, except for the fact that they had to memorize the entire speech (weren't even allowed to use a few note cards as reminders) and the speech was exactly 5 mins. For every 15 seconds the speech was over or under the 5 mins, points were deducted. Seems relatively reasonable except they were not allowed to use a watch and the teacher covered the clock in the classroom. My question is; what is this suppose to teach the kids? This is not real life; it is just a busy exercise that teaches them nothing. I have given many speeches in my life at conferences and work and I have NEVER had to give the speech without visual aids or notecards, or without the use of a clock.Mr. Bosco, the principal, is less than available, though he claims to have an open door policy. I wrote him 2 separate emails about my willingness to volunteer my time and money to making the school a better place, given the recent school shootings. He never replied to me. I called and spoke to his administrative assistant and made an appointment with Mr. Bosco, since he had not answered either one of my emails. I arrived to the appointment and waited 15 mins before his assistant came out to ask me the reason for my visit. I explained to her again I wanted to talk to him about a program that other schools are implementing in NC for school safety and anti-bullying. She called Mr. Bosco on the radio and he passed me on to speak to one of the coaches about the clubs the school offers to see if my idea fit any one of those clubs. When the coach realized the purpose of my visit, he sent me back to Mr. Bosco's office, at which time the secretary came out again to find out the reason for my visit. She went back to the office to speak to Mr. Bosco and returned to tell me he had no idea what I was talking about and had no time for our meeting. She said Mr. Bosco would get back to me to set another appointment. Of course, I never heard back from him or any body else at the school. Thus, I have to wonder why is a principal not available to speak to a parent who is offering to help.
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Rent Special available! Move-in by October 31st and receive ONE MONTH FREE! Restrictions apply.
With modern studio, one, two, and three bedroom apartments, Providence Row offers in-home custom built features and spacious living. Every home comes complete with stunning features like hardwood-style flooring, spacious California closets, and your own built-in wine storage to keep you freshly stocked at all times. Your modern kitchen features solid and attractive Vicostone quartz countertops, and budding chefs will appreciate the well-appointed kitchens equipped with sleek stainless-steel appliances. The luxuries don't end inside your home. At Providence Row, we have one of the largest community amenity spaces in Charlotte, NC, all within a perfectly placed location between the SouthPark and Myers Park neighborhoods and a community zoned for top rated public schools. Your effortless lifestyle starts here!
In Unit Laundry
Pets allowed: Cats, Dogs
Numbers allowed: Cat 2, Dog 2
We accept 2 pets per apartment home with a pet policy fee of $ for 1 pet and $ for an additional pet, a monthly pet rent of $25 per pet. We are a pet-friendly community! Please contact the office for further details on making sure your furry family members feel comfortable at Providence Row.
Pinehurst Park Dr, Charlotte, NC
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Providence Row Pinehurst Park Dr, Charlotte, NC is a rental apartment building with 22 floorplans available. It is located in the Foxcroft neighborhood of Charlotte. It has apartment amenities including in unit laundry. It has building amenities including onsite management, fitness center, package service, residents lounge, garage parking, swimming pool, controlled access, and elevator. Cats and dogs are allowed, making it a pet-friendly building.
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Does Providence Row have any available units?
Providence Row has 24 units available starting at $1, per month. Check out the Price and Availability section for the most up-to-date unit information.
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What amenities does Providence Row have?
Some of Providence Row's amenities include in unit laundry, golf room, and wine room. To see the other amenities this property offers, check out the Amenities section.
Is Providence Row currently offering any rent specials?
Providence Row is offering the following rent specials: Receive ONE MONTH FREE. Move in by 10/31/ Restrictions apply.
Is Providence Row pet-friendly?
Yes, Providence Row is pet friendly.
Does Providence Row offer parking?
Yes, Providence Row offers parking.
Does Providence Row have units with washers and dryers?
Yes, Providence Row offers units with in unit laundry.
Does Providence Row have a pool?
Yes, Providence Row has a pool.
Does Providence Row have accessible units?
Yes, Providence Row has accessible units.
Does Providence Row have units with dishwashers?
Yes, Providence Row has units with dishwashers.
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