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I've looked high and low for a schooling option that I feel is a good fit for dd. We can afford none of it. I very reluctantly went and picked up the registration material the other day for the public school in our area. DD is THRILLED to go to school, which is good. I am... coming to terms with it, I guess. There are a few things that I feel better about, and I few things that I just hate. Here we go, in any case...
K is only a half day, and I feel much better about that than I do about the full day schooling that follows. I wish there was a half-day option for all grades. Homeschooling is definitely not a good fit for either one of us, but I could easily supplement a half-day of school. Not happening, though. I seriously cannot stand my lack of options here. There are no magnet schools for this age, and no charter schools in my state.
I too have taken the "no decision is final" POV at this point. We'll try this for now and see what happens. Not that I've been able to find any reasonable alternatives.
2/02, 4/05, 2/07, 11/09, and EDD 12/25/11
Saamy Student mama to and and
i have a new theory redpajama....called "no decision is EVER final" it's what's gotten me through dh's resistance to the idea of homeschooling. I figure we have agreed, and I found a magnet school that has a lot of parent involvement required, field trips, and a lot of interaction between all ages.
Mama to my 3 wild things.
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