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Unread 01-28-2004, 06:06 AM
Fighting with ex husband

I've been thinking about that, but honestly, unless he has two brain cells to use (which he doesn't....LOL) he wouldn't know where to find me. I'm been out of my home state for 9 1/2 years now. Heck..I don't even think he knew my last name and definately doesn't know my married last name.
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Unread 01-30-2004, 10:38 AM
Fighting with ex husband

I know what I'm about to write you is sorta scary but I have to tell you. My ex husband left for 6 years and I was remarried he was living and still does live ina differnet county BUT he served me with all this nice paper work and also found out what school my son was attending without anyone saying a word to me. OH YES I was so upset that I was crying when I found out that these people at my sons school who knew everything that was going on from the treats and court proceding and no one said anything to me abou them asking for his school records...VERY UNNERVING let me tell you.
My ex would always say crazy things like "You'll never see him again if I get my hands on him!" You know that kind of freak!
So anyway I'm just letting you know to be care and make sure you have a living will or some kind of legal document that says God forbid anything happens to you your child will be placed with someone you know will take care of them....not their deadbeat father. I know in Arizona they go to the living parent astranged or not.
Unread 01-30-2004, 07:17 PM
Fighting with ex husband

That's so scary. I wonder how he got all that information. That would totally tweak me out. ~Shiver~ I need to get a living will in place. I've been putting it off for so long now and I shouldn't do that.
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Unread 01-31-2004, 10:05 PM
Fighting with ex husband

I just had to have my son pulled out of the school he was going to only because it was a charter school and they found out that he has SLD (specific learning disability) severe to moderate and they only wanted to do a consult with his very young and inexperienced teacher.........SO we'll see what happens in court when he finds out that he is in a new school. The new school is in a different district so I'm sure he'll love that. But you know what I don't care because I have sole custody so gotta love it!
That is the only thing that keeps me going and I can rub in his face.
Unread 02-01-2004, 05:06 PM
Fighting with ex husband

I'm sorry to hear that he has a learning disabiltiy. So does my oldest. He's still (he's in 7th grade) in special ed classes. It's this lousy school district though. Unfortunately I'm not able to transfer any of the kids since we are millions and millions in debt (the school district that is).

What exactly is a charter school? I get invitations for one around here for one of my DD's and I've never looked into it.
Unread 02-01-2004, 09:14 PM
Fighting with ex husband

Charter schools here are privately run but state funded. Which means that they can make up their own "rules" like uniforms and school calendar, I didn't know until I had problems with mine but I guess they don't have a lot resources to helpd kids with SLD. I 'm pretty much done with charter schools I think. For some kids they are great and kids really excel but for others they really struggle.
I just want me sonto learn and be successful in life, like all mothers do for their child.
Unread 02-02-2004, 06:44 AM
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Oh, I don't like that they can make up their own rules. That would seriously turn me off. My oldest wears a uniform and I actually like that. It makes the kids learn instead of having the latest fashion statement to keep up with. Not to mention it's much cheaper in the long run for them.

They are doing a "Maps for Kids" out here and going to start shutting down schools within the next 4 years, fixing the schools up, etc. I'm hoping when they do start that it will make the schools even better. The teaching and lack of help in these schools just amazes me. I can't afford to send them to private schools either.
Unread 02-02-2004, 11:17 PM
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I agree with the whole uniform thing....however this was my son's first day at a public school since 1st grade he's now in 4th and he has never been happier to wear his "own" clothes as he would say. I like that everyone looks the same but, I guess socially it can be a little upsetting for the kids. I know that my son got a really cool button up shirt with flames on it and he was excited to wear it but bumed he couldn't show his friends.
I know that this was only day one but he seemed happier when I picked him......that I also think has to do with the fact that his bio dad doesn't know where he's at. i haven't told him and my son doesn't want him to know either I guess he's scared he MIGHT come to the school and take him. It really breaks my heart!
So anyway .....that will be nice when they fix up the school nothings nicer than having a "new" school! How exciting for the kids. As far as the teacher I know that it sure has changed since I went to school to now and I'm only 27 well I'll be 28 on Feb 5 but who's counting! When I was growing up I went to the same school from k-6 and that was it problems or not with kids or teachers you just did it.
It's sad that SOME teacher's just don't care. Sometimes you really luck out and get a good one.
Unread 02-03-2004, 03:24 PM
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That's awesome how excited he is to wear his own clothes. I think it would be more of a pain in elementary school to have uniforms. I have yet to see the elementary schools going to uniforms just yet. I think it's because young kids are just so active then it would be a waste (since the school uniforms aren't as strudy as say jeans) for the parents.

I think my oldest has found a wonderful caring math teacher. She's willing to sit down with each kid and work with them. I might have to keep her around since she's been an angel to my oldest.

Can you let the school know what's going on and that why if his father shows up they will know to call you and not to release your son to him?
Unread 02-03-2004, 05:10 PM
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That's great about the math teacher, before I transfrerred my son out of the other school he said his teacher would tell him to ask the other kids in the class how to do the math problems! Can you believe it we have a child here with a SLD and you won't even go over math with him it's not like she didn't know he was stuggling!?
The new school does have a copy of the divorce decree from 1996 stating that I have sole care and control of my son and that he only has reasonable visitation i also took the orders from Oct 2003 with the new visitation schedule that is in place now so yes they said that they would call me and the police if he did show up!

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