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About Cesca Thomas
Older mother - gave birth to my son when I was in my late 30s - now he is a teenager. He did well in a small family like elementary school but has not transitioned well to a large high school at all. So just last month (Right after March break) I pulled him out of High school to homeschool him. He will be doing distance education online. This should make him responsible for his own education.
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DS attended a small elementary school from grades 1-8 and did very well. The high school he was enrolled in was 4 times bigger and the transition did not go well - most especially in Semester 2 of his grade 9 year. So I pulled him out to homeschool him through high school. He tried doing distance education at home but that has not worked out. So now we have to start over again with REAL homeschooling. When my son is not doing any lessons, he is playing video games - MMORPGs - online.


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