I had a few really cute photos to post today. The only problem is, the photos were in my head. As in, I didn’t actually take them. I just planned them out and imagined how cute they would be and what I’d write.
But look, I have a couple of Instagram photos!
I spent the morning loading Judah and Tilly’s brand new laptops with their Switched On Schoolhouse software.
Next, I called the local elementary school (they just opened their office today) and zipped over with three of the cutest kids you’ve ever seen, to pick up enrollment papers. The kids were thrilled with going. We poked around the school a bit, though it was pretty deserted.
Being at the school actually made me feel a bit better about sending them. It really is a nice school. It’s small and welcoming. I know these three will do fine academically and have a great time. They will be supervised and learning, even when I’m at one of Apollo’s appointments. That’s a very comforting thought.
Honestly, my only concern is that they have challenging enough work for Hezekiah. This spring I administered our yearly testing I chose the California Achievement Test. You could say I was a bit shocked with the results…He scored halfway through twelve grade (12.5) for reading comprehension 11th grade for vocabulary and 9th grade, 7th month for language expression.
He’s 8 and will be entering 3rd grade.
Jubliee also scored ridiculously high and Tucker didn’t get tested, since he hasn’t started “school” yet. He’s now devouring chapter books.
I spent several hours this afternoon filling out the enrollment papers and plan to send along a copy of their tests scores.
Eleven more days until they start school…