I'm sad for you AND me that we both can't afford to move into the best, most ritzy suburb there is and send our children to public school there without paying the astronomical property taxes that go along with it. Really. It's a bummer deal, that.
For my part, I KNOW I will never be able to give my children the education I was privileged enough to have in places like this growing up. Sorry! We get "booming and overcrowded Kansas City suburb" instead. That's the best district Mom and Dad can afford right now. Life isn't fair, and my children won't get a free ride all four years through college, either. And no, Mom and Dad are not refinancing their home or sacrificing their retirement to put them through. We love our kids, but we're also looking at the fact that Woodjie is going to probably need us as long as we're around, and he might just need the other children to look in on him after we're gone.
Did I mention that life is not fair? It genuinely sucks sometimes.
But my point. It's not right to falsify documents and say you're living somewhere you're not so that your children can go to the nice school instead of the one in the crappy district YOU decided to live in. I mean, I'd like to live in a nicer place, too, but nobody put a gun to my head and forced me to live *here.* They didn't do that to you, either, lady.
So either move in with your dad who lives in that district BEFORE filing papers, do private or home-school, or deal with the fact that YOU chose a crummy place to raise a family. But lying on the enrollment forms and then whining that it isn't fair there are criminal charges against you is flat-out wrong. And I hope the district is able to recover every last penny from your sorry self.
And you wanted to be a teacher?? What is up with that?