- Let the superintendent know we're homeschooling, turn our grades and attendance in to the county office, and get ready the "common core" standardized testing hullaballooza
- Enroll in a "Category 3" distance learning program (which means signing up with an accredited (read; curriculum-controlled) school - we took this option with Seton the last two years)
- Register with a "Church-related school" (which, living in the Bible belt, has not been our go-to option as practicing Catholics)
|Let's "bake" cookie making|
into our curriculum!
We found this Home Life Academy homeschool late last week, and it looks promising. It's an "third option" school (Church-related), and allows for total freedom in curriculum design. They require that you get the hybrid curriculum approved, and send in grades and attendance twice a year.
So we could stick with Seton's texts ( which we love), but allow ourselves room to move in and out of the subjects as we need to with our kiddos.
We'll be investigating this a bit more.