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Open Discussion / Re: Ready for 2020
« Last post by ober on January 23, 2020, 09:35:13 AM »
I think the form did ask where they were going.  Neither of my kids are in high school though so I don't think it's the same level of reporting?  Maybe?
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Photography/Video/Movies & TV / Re: Mandalorian
« Last post by charlie on January 22, 2020, 02:13:49 AM »
7/10
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Open Discussion / Re: Ready for 2020
« Last post by Mike on January 21, 2020, 11:53:47 PM »
I don't work enrollments but I think one of the things we at least ask when a student withdraws is what school they are going to.  I know it is recorded but I don't know if it is a time-of-withdraw thing or an after-the-fact thing.

It affects some things (like drop out rates for high school) and we are suppose to report it to the state as well.
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Open Discussion / Re: Ready for 2020
« Last post by ober on January 21, 2020, 09:39:46 PM »
Proof of enrollment at the old school?  I don't remember all the forms but it was a lot.  I think all I had to do was say where they were coming from and they said they could grab all the details. The school they are at now is a charter school so they try to make it as easy as possible to switch (I assume).
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Open Discussion / Re: Ready for 2020
« Last post by Mike on January 21, 2020, 05:33:37 PM »
Sorry to hear that Knuck.  I hope the remaining recovery goes well.  I know I was coughing for a few weeks after too.

@Jake - that was actually the easiest part of all of it.  The old school had a withdrawal form on the website.  One page, took me 3 min to fill out.  Walked into the office, said I wanted to withdraw them and they gave me a badge to go empty their locker and that was it.  It was like they do it every day.  Both kids shadowed at the new school for a day and then it was just a packet of forms that had to be filled out.  Dropped them off on their first day and walked back out.  It was honestly almost too easy?!
Did you have to show proof of enrollment at the new school?

And yeah, schools deal with withdrawals all the time.
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Open Discussion / Re: Ready for 2020
« Last post by ober on January 21, 2020, 02:45:33 PM »
Sorry to hear that Knuck.  I hope the remaining recovery goes well.  I know I was coughing for a few weeks after too.

@Jake - that was actually the easiest part of all of it.  The old school had a withdrawal form on the website.  One page, took me 3 min to fill out.  Walked into the office, said I wanted to withdraw them and they gave me a badge to go empty their locker and that was it.  It was like they do it every day.  Both kids shadowed at the new school for a day and then it was just a packet of forms that had to be filled out.  Dropped them off on their first day and walked back out.  It was honestly almost too easy?!
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Open Discussion / Re: Ethic (the account) is no more
« Last post by ober on January 21, 2020, 02:40:28 PM »
Yes
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Open Discussion / Re: Ready for 2020
« Last post by KnuckleBuckett on January 21, 2020, 05:46:55 AM »
I think Benny gave me what he had.  Been sick as heck for 2 weeks.  Just beating it down now. 
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Open Discussion / Re: Ready for 2020
« Last post by Jake on January 20, 2020, 12:03:17 PM »
I must have missed this thread - sorry for all your troubles Ben, hopefully 2020 is treating you better!

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My kids changed schools

that must have been a nightmare - how did you deal with the district? how hard or easy was it to do it behind the scenes?
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Open Discussion / Re: Ethic (the account) is no more
« Last post by Jake on January 20, 2020, 11:58:22 AM »
ecology = ethic?
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