The short story is that my kids are unvaccinated and there's been an outbreak of chicken pox at their school and my kids can't be back in school until 16 days after the last reported case. The first case occurred on February 18th, and now they can't go back to school until March 19th at the earliest. Their absence as been extended twice already, so it's not unlikely that it will be extended even more.
I guess I am worried because I need to prove that they've learned something during that time. I am fearful that they may not pass the year due to absences alone. I have been unofficially homeschooling them since they've been out of school. I have an education degree, so it's fun for me LOL Should I file an intent to homeschool so it's official that they are receiving instruction? Or should I create a portfolio of the work they've done and hope the school system approves?
Normally I wouldn't worry about such things, but we are playing by the school's rules, not our own. Any advice?