Even though Georgetown Day School’s qualifications for actually being in Georgetown were called into question by commenters, it was still fun to imagine they would choose a school named Georgetown. Instead, they’re going with Sidwell Friends, a Quaker school that won’t do much to dispel Obama’s elitist image.
Just look at this City Paper story by the masterful Joe Eaton (emphasis added):
Sidwell employs a school chef. A recent day’s menu included tortellini pomodoro, Provençal organic spinach salad, roasted spaghetti squash, and Italian ice. Not to your kid’s liking? The next day he could get marinated local cucumbers, grilled “all natural” burgers, and roasted organic fries. And for dessert? Local apple-cranberry compote. Vegetables grown in the student garden may also make it to the organic menu, depending on the harvest.