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Parents camp out for kindergarten spaces

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Chute Lake Elementary School (Courtesy School District #23)

Central Okanagan parents have been camping out to trying to get their children into some schools in the region.

Last Sunday morning some people started to line up with sleeping bags and camper vans competing for the first come first serve spaces available at Chute Lake Elementary and other schools.

Micheal Bratt is one of those parents and Chris Walker also spoke to Deb Butler the vice-chair of the Central Okanagan School District.

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