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  1. My ds will be a senior this fall. He's already earned two credits in Spanish taking community college dual enrollment classes. As it so happens, dh just got a job in Madrid and we will be moving to Spain in September. Could I give ds additional Spanish credit just by living in Spain for the year as long as he is using and improving upon his Spanish on a daily basis? We are planning to get a Spanish tutor for the family while we're there, but it may not work out for ds to participate. The rest of us are starting from scratch. We don't want to hold ds back. ETA - ds plans to come back to the
  2. Great suggestions! Thanks everyone. I'll have a talk with ds to see with which course he wants to put forth more time and effort. That will help us decide how to arrange it on the transcript. I really don't feel like he's going to have the time to earn a full credit for both.
  3. My ds is very interested in culinary arts and plans to pursue a degree in that field. For high school history he has done American, 20th Century World and Ancient History (used History of the Ancient World). This year for history he would like to do the Great Courses Food: A Cultural Culinary History. However, he's also developed a strong interest in ancient history of Central and South America (mostly Aztecs, Mayans and Incas) and wants to spend more time studying those cultures. We've purchased GC: Ancient Mesoamerica Revealed. Should that count as his history course for his senior year and
  4. Most of the same people will be invited to the graduation party. I think we'll just put "no gifts" on the invite.
  5. I am most certainly not telling people to give my daughter money! She is raising and earning money for her missions trip, along with asking friends and family if they would like to sponsor her. We want these same friends and family members to join in celebrating her graduation. Most people invited to a graduation party give the graduate a gift. We don't want these people to feel like they need to do that.
  6. I didn't mean to suggest a gift at all. We don't want people to feel obligate.
  7. All of the people invited to the graduation party are also on the donation list. Many of them have already generously donated towards her missions trip and we don't want them to feel like getting an invitation to her graduation party means turning around and getting a graduation gift as well. We will just put "no gifts please" on the invites.
  8. My dd will be going away for a three month missions trip in the fall and has just sent out letters requesting donations towards the trip. She'll be graduating next month and we want to throw her a graduation party bbq at our home, however, we don't want friends and family to feel obligated to give gifts or money. We would rather they donate towards her missions trip if they want to give something. Is it appropriate to put "In lieu of a gift, please consider donating towards Emma's missions trip" or something of that sort?
  9. My dd will be going away for a three month missions trip in the fall and has just sent out letters requesting donations towards the trip. She'll be graduating next month and we want to throw her a graduation party bbq at our home, however, we don't want friends and family to feel obligated to give gifts or money. We would rather they donate towards her missions trip if they want to give something. Is it appropriate to put "In lieu of a gift, please consider donating towards Emma's missions trip" or something of that sort?
  10. The plan so far..... Math - Math-U-See Pre-Algebra History - Mystery of History 3 Writing - Jump In Vocabulary - Vocabulary Cartoons I'm still pondering science, grammar and spelling.
  11. Just finished reading The Princess and the Goblin, starting Rolf and the Viking Bow on audio to give me a break. Dh is reading aloud Little Britches.
  12. "Your list otherwise seems to miss a lot of the "world" for "world history" adjuncts." Yes, I noticed this the more I looked at it. Thanks for the suggestions! I think I'll have to look into more documentaries.
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