*Deep breath* I'm pulling her out today. Update~
Update: Okay, so here's how it went. I walked into the school with dd and asked who I talk to to pull her out. I was instructed to wait for the admissions lady. We ended up waiting for a half hour. Finally I get in there and immediately I'm peppered with questions.
"Are you sure this is what you want? Yes it is. She's had such a good year so far. Do you call two Ds, two Fs and a truant officer a good year? Have you talked to the counsler? No. He's going to be so dissapointed. I'm sorry. Has the district approved your ciriculum? No. I don't need them too. Have you really considered the long term ramifications? High self esteem and a good education? Yes I have. When she starts high school, she'll more than likely be behind. Is that so? *Raises eyebrow* I plan on keeping her home until college so that won't be an issue. Well you know they do test before she can attend and they'll know if she didn't learn anything. Look, I have things I have to do today. And I'd rather not spend my day defending my right or debating my ability to teach my daughter at home. Are we finished here?
She made a face like she swallowed a lemon then turned back to the computer, printed out her transcripts and handed them to me without another word. On our way home, (after making sure no one was looking) dd flipped off the school,lol.
DD decided yesterday that she doesn't want to wait. She said her grades aren't getting better, that teachers probably isn't going to switch her classes and she's fed up with the whole school thing. I jumped on the chance,lol.
I know I already talked to the lady in the office once, but I'm sooo nervous to pull her out today. What if they say no. What if, what if, what if? I just can't stop that little voice screaming in the back of my head :-(
Everyone send me empowering thoughts, I'm going to need them...