• Teri

    by Published on 09-27-2010 06:43 AM

    Are you committed to homeschooling through high school?
    Or is this a temporary solution that you don't consider long term?



    For us, I would love to homeschool through high school.
    The only consideration for us will be finances. Right now, we are really struggling with multiple salary cuts and benefit cuts. After a year at a reduced salary we have finally come to the end of our rope and I am having to really watch everything we spend money on.
    The thought of sending them to school really scares me though. I have a very quirky 5th grader who is ADD (inattentive type). Our family is full of his type though and he fits in just fine around here. LOL I have a 3rd grader who is Dyslexic and requires some special handling even though she now reads at a 5th grade level. And I have a 2nd grader that is doing a 6th grade curriculum for everything but math. In math, she is doing a 4th grade curriculum. Her reading level is much higher than that. I really worry about what would happen to all of them in school.
    So, we are limping along financially hoping that our situation improves soon.

    How about you?

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