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From: Lynne (
Subject:         Re: part time participation in public high school
Date: June 17, 2010 at 4:38 pm PST

In Reply to: part time participation in public high school posted by Julie Middendorf on May 5, 2010 at 12:53 pm:

Two of our sons attend school half-time. They do this in order to be able to participate in sports. They homeschool in the morning, then attend for the last half of the day. That way, during football season, they can go straight to football practice after school. Since they are not enrolled full-time, they are still considered homeschoolers, and have to fulfill the state requirements for homeschooling. (In Ohio that would be an annual homeschool notification and either standardized testing or a portfolio assessment.)The administration is not wild about the arrangement (they would prefer all students attend public school full-time) but the other students think our sons are cool! LOL

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