12. "that's the so-called 'Tebow Rule'. (even though it predates him)" In response to In response to 3
>so whatever my kids want to do for extra curricular >activities they can do at whatever their middle school and >high school would be.
folks were discussing that in NC. it'd be great for athletics and extracurriculars, however, the homeschool community is divided over it, as they think it would open them up to more scrutiny and legislation.
i actually like NC's rules for homeschooling. we're considered (by homeschoolers) to be moderately regulated. we have to administer a standardized test (of our choosing) each year, as well as maintain a list of books, and register our homeschool with the state, and keep attendance records.
and you're subject to a random audit of the above once per year. but that's only happened to us once out of 9 years.
> >We did that for drama and band for my 16 year old, but the >girls there were pretty fucked up towards her. > >--------------------------- > >forcing myself to actually respond to you is like bathing in >ebola virus. - Binlahab > >Like there is stupid, and then there is you, and then there is >dead. - VAsBestBBW > >R.I.P. Disco D
========================================= I'm an advocate for working smarter, not harder. If you just focus on working hard you end up making someone else rich and not having much to show for it. (c) mad