I woould say to contact your child's school system, they can give you an idea of the curriculum that they should be following. If that's not feasible, call the board of education for your state's schools - you should be able to get information from them. Or, look it up on - line, because I would assume though not exact, general high school requirements can be found a number of places. When I homeschooled my child, that's where I found the information and what was required. Nothing in high school is easy... Your school guidance counselor should be able to help you with getting reinforcement work for your child. Im not understanding why they are not doing that now. A guidance couselor is the front line along with the teachers, at the school to help keep the child on tract. If they and you see they are falling on the wayward side, they should have been suggesting and working on a plan for this already. It doesnt matter if she is in school or not now, you do pay taxes to the school base and they should be and are prepared to help...Im sure their are self help books on line or at the library. You need to find out what she is behind on and also what will be on topic for next year. My county has a web site thru the school that is age appropriate for all grades that has extra work studies and tests, they can do daily. Either call the school and ask for the site or call the library..... good luck.
Christopher A. Kearney has written: 'Casebook in child behavior disorders' -- subject(s): Case studies, Child psychopathology 'Getting your child to say \\' -- subject(s): School phobia 'Casebook in child behavior disorders' -- subject(s): Case studies, Child psychopathology
James E. Teele has written: 'Juvenile delinquency' -- subject(s): Juvenile delinquency 'Evaluating school busing' -- subject(s): Case studies, School children, School integration, Transportation 'Mastering stress in child rearing' -- subject(s): Child rearing, Longitudinal studies, Parent and child, Stress (Psychology)
Sharon Louise Ashbrook Medlock has written: 'Before- and after-school child-care programs for school-age children implemented in school districts in the State of Ohio, 1985-1990' -- subject(s): Child care services, School-age child care, Case studies, School-based child care, Latchkey children
Kids need to be without a fever for 24 hours before they can return back to school.
Return to the court that issued the child support order.Return to the court that issued the child support order.Return to the court that issued the child support order.Return to the court that issued the child support order.
You will be fined or jailed if you are caught driving when you owe child support.
If you get caught driving when you owe child support you will be fined or jailed.
As a qualifyinf child, yes. (It varies on if your in school and such), but as a qualifying relative, no.
Larry B. Golden has written: 'Case studies in child and adolescent counseling' -- subject(s): Case studies, Child psychotherapy, Children, Counseling of 'Case studies in child counseling' -- subject(s): Case studies, Child psychotherapy, Children, Counseling of
It is ultimately up to the parents of the minor child who is caught running away in California. The parents may choose to have their child placed in a detention center for minors instead of letting them return to their home.
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Being lonely when left at school even over Christmas and Fan his sister coming to take him home from school never to return
Lock Key Kid
it shouldn't have happened that way. but your child deserves to stay in school because you can't take your kids rights away they need a job when they grow up. do you want them sleeping at your house when you already did your job raising him/her? but take them somewhaere else.
Probably custody is the proper discussion, not child support. Child support is for living expenses, not in return for certain behaviors you expect. Certainly, as a parent, you still need to insist that the child attend school, even if it means that you are the one fetching and carrying the child to school. You definitely should be on the school's list as a contact for absences, progress reports and so on. There is no question that getting your child through high school or a GED at the proper age is important for their growth as young adults.
Cecil Vernon Millard has written: 'Case inventory for the study of child development' -- subject(s): Child development, Child psychology, Case studies, Outlines, syllabi 'Child growth and development in the elementary school years' -- subject(s): Child development, Child psychology
If you have custody the child has no choice. The police have the right to come and get them and return them home.
The Child School was created in 1973.
At my Junior High School in Canada, the subjects that we have are: Mathematics, English Language Arts, Social Studies, French, Physical Education, Healthy Living, Science, Art, Technology Education, and Child Studies.
How do you prove the child is no longer enrolled in school
the school or the child it depends on how the child is hurt
Daniel Alfred Prescott has written: 'The impact of child study on education' -- subject(s): Child psychology 'High school youth' -- subject(s): Adolescence, Case studies
Yes. You need to return to court and request an order terminating the child support order.Yes. You need to return to court and request an order terminating the child support order.Yes. You need to return to court and request an order terminating the child support order.Yes. You need to return to court and request an order terminating the child support order.
Minor children should sign their own tax return. If a child cannot sign his or her return, a parent or guardian can sign the child's name in the space provided at the bottom of the tax return followed by "By (signature), parent (or guardian) for minor child."