I'm really sorry this is happening to you. I find it scary.
I would have been more vague and schooly (in a general way) so there can't be questions in their minds about hours spent and the like.
Something like this:
Here is a typical week for X and Y:
Monday: Mom is gone on Mondays. Dad focuses on reading, literature and physical education activities. The girls sometimes attend a library story hour and this day includes their weekly library visit.
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday morning: Girls are in school with B. Their main reading, writing, and math work occurs at this time.
They are both doing well and are both above grade level.We also specifically focus on particular content areas in the afternoons.
Tuesday afternoon: hands on activities to reinforce math and reading concepts.
Wednesday afternoons: Art.
Thursday afternoon: Science, nature, and math with dad.
Friday morning: Spanish class with L and four other homeschooling children.Friday afternoon: math, reading, writing.
Saturday: Free day - often involving visiting friends.
Sunday: Sunday school for the girls - taught by K, followed by church and fellowship time.I get that you are thinking another adult eyes on the kids w/the church stuff. I'm just not sure it's all relevant to your school plan but if you think they would be reassured by that leave it in. Same w/Saturday.
Each day there is reading time - both picture books (where X and Y are both working on their reading) and involved chapter books that they recall for the parent who is not reading in order to work on listening comprehension.I'm not sure I'd include this as you said you do reading, math, writing above--why single out one area to specify that you do it every day since you already stated you do this stuff daily. If it's that this occurs on Monday and Friday as well I'd add it specifically in on those days (which I did) in a general way. I get it, by the way, I'm just trying to read it the way these people might think.
In July, we are planning to formally begin __ grade with X and ___ grade with Y. We will be using the Enki homeschooling curriculum which combines elements from Waldorf, Montessori, and classical education with a strong multi-cultural base.
As part of that Y and X will still have weekly visits at the library, they will both continue to work with B (likely on separate days as B is going to plan a day for older kids), they will continue to have Spanish with L as well as attend Sunday School. Also, one afternoon a week we will be hosting other homeschooled children at our house for nature time and craft time. Mondays will continue to be days with dad. X will also have an enrichment activity of some sort which she will choose with our guidance - right now she is leaning toward county soccer in the fall.The last part sounds good to me.
As always, glad for any advice. I will update again after we meet with Brian on Thursday and again after the hearing on Tuesday.I hope it goes well.