Postby JimRockford » Tue Mar 21, 2017 9:10 pm
Fight home school with every fiber of your being. This is a hill to die on. I had a similar situation:
How did you break the ice with her regarding this topic?
Tom Kirkpatrick » Tue Mar 21, 2017 11:29 pm
1) Has divorce been finalized??
2) Who is primary parent?? Who is final decision maker??.....for school??.....for medical??
3) Does your decree make specific mention of home school or private school??
^^^ +1.JimRockford wrote:Don't fall for the sucker's trap of, "let's just try it for a year." That's a setup to establish a new status quo that you would have agreed to, then if you try to attempt to later top homeschool, you are screwed as you already agreed to it.
This implies public school. At least that was the parties' intent at the time divorce was finalized. And FYI, NJ is looking to redefine that intent.Ireadthelist wrote:.....school designation will be in her district.
We should enroll D5 in public school, per decree. And if she's doing poorly by the time she starts middle school, we can re-evaluate our options
Yes.Ireadthelist wrote:Would a useful strategy be.....enrolling D5 in k5 in her district.....then filing a motion for contempt if she does not comply.....
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