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From: Tracey (
Subject:         Re: re: bored 9th grader
Date: January 14, 2008 at 5:20 am PST

In Reply to: re: bored 9th grader posted by beckie on January 7, 2008 at 3:13 pm:

I am in the same situation with my 11th/12th graders. We are using American School and while its a good program it's basically "read the book, answer the questions". We all got into the get it done and get the diploma rut and I feel they aren't getting much from school right now. It's hard to get my son interested in school anyway but he's too old for all the kiddie games and projects. He's working and driving and just want's to fill out his test papers and be done. My daughter wants to get back to the projects and activities even though she is also working but I'd like to find a suplementary program that would interest them both. We also got away from the family read time which they both still enjoy so any suggestions for young adult books would be appreciated. They like adventure and fantasy stories. Thanks so much. I haven't been to this board in over a year and I forgot how nice it is to have a place to go.

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