with the way the economy is falling. i've held a commercail drvr license(CDL) for ten years. i've not been working because of the economy since june '08. my daughter is in 9th grade due to her father holding her back so many times. she'll be 20 before she graduates high school. I know thats not good. but i've tried voluntary boot camp enrollment,they turned her down because she isn't quick enough to follow the rest of the recruits. the job corp(for teens)is also voluntary enrollment. but again too far behind. can't get to a doctor to get her tested for either downs or austism. so who do i contact in the las vegas,nv. area to have her tested? and get a trucking job and have her with me. she cannot be left alone at home for more than one hour. she doesn't know how to take care of herself for longer than that. please help? thank youAnswer Question
Answer by Anonymous at 9:24 PM on Jan. 26, 2009
Answer by lucille7 at 9:57 PM on Jan. 26, 2009
You can check out the homeschool laws for Nevada at www.hslda.org. There doesn't seem to be a lot of restrictions there for homeschooling. There are many places to find boxed curriculum to ensure she is getting all the courses she needs. If you want to pick and choose, you can do more of an eclectic approach and search out the curriculum based on what she would like to take.
I haven't gotten up to that age yet with the two I homeschool, but I do have a 9th grader in public schools.
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