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Bethann- are you still homeschooling?

April 21 2012 at 6:30 AM
Kim  (Login KimAB)
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I need some advice.

 
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Jaime
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I am.....

April 21 2012, 6:39 AM 

I'm not saying I can help though. We are homeschooling our daughter this year for her 8th grade year.
Jaime

 
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BethannM
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No, but I'll help if I can

April 22 2012, 3:40 PM 

We put the youngest--a junior this year--in public school this year. It was hard to get them to take her credits, but we got it worked out. She is getting all A's. happy.gif What can I help you with?

Blessings,

Bethann
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Kim
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Can you email me?

April 23 2012, 8:33 AM 

in case you don't have my email (I don't have yours on my new computer!) kim fry @ telusplanet. net No spaces, of course.

 
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Tracy
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I have a question

April 24 2012, 6:04 PM 

Have you ever known a single parent who was able to homeschool? My son is not the social butterfly and has struggled a lot in school over the last few years, he is 12. He has previously asked to be homeschooled. I was wondering if it is possible, I have not found any feasible way to do it however I also dont have the community of knowing many people who homeschool.

Thanks!
Tracy

Faith, Hope and Love, the greatest of these is LOVE.
Tracy

 
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Here in Idaho....

April 24 2012, 9:54 PM 

we have a free web based home school program. The classes are taught online.
They also have help available online too. This may be a good option because it
would reduce your time involved. No planning lessons, no grading, and you don't
have to teach the class to your child.

 
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Kim
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Yes, lots!

April 27 2012, 8:53 AM 

But I have to say it was with varying levels of success... If the question is can you work full time and homeschool - yes, I always have and have supported the family a lot of the time, BUT I do have a husband and he is always here when I'm not and that does count for something. There is only so much of a person and working full time and homeschooling do take a toll, but, yes, it can be done.

 
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Tracy
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Yes

April 27 2012, 2:48 PM 

I think that was more my question. As a single parent working can it be done. Thanks for the info, I can look into it more knowing that I am not crazy for thinking it.

Tracy

Faith, Hope and Love, the greatest of these is LOVE.
Tracy

 
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