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    NO worries, DMC.

    You've got a lot of experienced homeschooling mamas on this board, don't fret; you can find all the info you need here, just by asking. Information is power. And they WILL try to intimidate you, so indeed ... go armed with your knowledge!

    Keep us posted!
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    Oooh good for you, I am glad you are not easy to push around. I wonder if she doesn't even know what she is talking about. Either that or she is being deliberately coercive. Good luck!

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    so sorry DMC you are going thru this... let us know if you get the belongings back.
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    Rooting for ya mama...go show em who knows the laws! LM's do...god I love you ladies....LM'S ROCK!!!




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    not quite the same thing, but when my ex and i broke up my son was is jk. i allowed him to miss school when he seemed to need to stay home with me, because of emotional stuff. so he missed quite a few days.
    the school called about it, and i explained why etc. etc.
    they gave me this big lecture about attendance. give me a break, he was THREE years old. i think i know what he needs. sheesh. so i ignored it. but he missed a LOT of days. and it was worth it, he needed the reassurance and he needed to know i was there.
    i was quite frustrated with the tone of the discussion and i felt it was all about school and not about emotional needs. imo, at the age of three, emotions are awfully important.
    stick to your guns mama. they are there to provide a service, they are not your authority!
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    omg that is scary about what happened the other day.

    Good luck! I hope she has your stuff ready and I am thrilled that you are ready to kick some arse if she does not. Too many pushovers in this world!

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    I am glad this big mouth comes in handy sometimes lol

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    LOL I have that feeling too a fair bit! Good for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myrrah View Post
    LOL I have that feeling too a fair bit! Good for you.
    When it comes to my kiddies, watch out!

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    That is scary!

    Hinagal's post got me thinking. When I was having issues with DD#2 this year I pushed the issue with the principal at my school when he said he would have to alert the truancy officer if I kept her out of school too long for potty training (she was 3). Anyhow, I called him on it and he admitted there is no attendace requirements for jk. HE was just wound up cause we were having some miscommunication with him.

    Good luck.

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    See the OP for the update!

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    We drop off letter of intent at the school board. Never sent anything to the school. We let the board inform the school. Too much bad blood between us and the school. Didn't want their hassles. School board should send you a letter back just confirming your intent.

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