It occurred to us a while ago that while I unenrolled the girls from school, I hadn’t done anything to indicate where they were moving to and begun wondering if they were going to show up on a truancy report somewhere. Since the girls have been taking homeschool classes through the public school system they are officially public school students; albeit ones that only attend five hours a week. When I thought we were leaving at the end of August I didn’t really even think about it. When I thought we were leaving mid-September I figured by the time they showed up on a truancy report we’d be gone. Now that we aren’t leaving until the end of September, I probably should have filed a Declaration of Intent to Homeschool to prevent them from showing up on any truancy reports. *Shrug* paperwork.
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As I started this post, I thought how I would share about the Blue Lake trail itself; how steep it was, how exposed it was, how well a family could hike it, how many switchbacks there were, and how busy the trail was. But as I sat to write, thought, started sentences and deleted them, […]
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