I don't want DD starting school next month because she won't be at the school for long. Maybe only about a month. The she will transfer and end up at school somewhere else. I don't want her going through all of those changes because she's already been through so many in the last 6 months. So I'm wondering, has anyone ever heard of an exception to where a child doesn't have to start school when everyone else does? Little background: me and her dad are military, stationed in 2 different states. I'm deployed and he has her now but will be getting out of the army in December.
I'm trying to keep from having her start in one state just to go to another state. I'm also trying to come up with ways to get her to my home base and in school in day 1 cause I really really don't want her being the new kid.
She's only starting Kindergarten.
ETA: Just looked it up. Kindergarten isn't mandatory in Georgia but kids can't go to 1st grade in Tennessee without going to kindergarten so it actually works out for me. Thanks ladies!!!