I took my daughter out of high school two days ago how much time do i legally have to start homeschooling her.
she is a freshman and we live in missouri. we have a couple things for her to start with but i would much rather order a set of all the books she will need his year, but i can’t so that until the beginning of next month. i don’t want to get in trouble by the state for not educating her but putting her back…
The first time you homeschool in Missouri, you have 30 days. For all subsequent years, you must file by September 1st.BUT…It is at tricky situation though, because under law, filing is optional. That means that in some parts of the state where school officials agree with homeschooling, filing is probably going to be the best route, but in other parts of the state, if officials do not like homeschooling, then filing might compromise your family’s privacy and make you more likely to be investigated for educational neglect,It is a weird law. Look it up. Mo. Ann. Stat. § 167.042.http://www.moga.mo.gov/statutesearch/I really think the best thing for you to do is to find someone local in your school district who homeschools and ask them what the homeschool climate is like there. Do a search for ‘homeschool’ and list your ‘school district’ and ‘town.’One thing to consider that is generally true all over: When you have been enrolled in a school, you need to dis-enroll or withdraw legally according to the policies of the school you were attending. Seeing how they respond to that will give you a good idea of whether or not you need to file.There are many other things you must do. Record keeping, subjects that must be taught, and hours that must be logged, so be sure to read and reread your Missouri law until you understand it. But for now, since you took her out two days ago, you have 28 days left to get everything up and running.
how to deal with bullying.
i get bullied everyday. i’ve had my bag emptied, reversed, books ruined, lunchbox broken 3 times, calculator smashed and items stolen like money, wallet, pens and other stationary. I’ve had people punch, kick, slap, spit and at one time urinate on me at all different times. I sit at the front of the class…
I’m trying to figure out what you could possibly be doing to attract so much negative attention . I understand it happening at 1 school but 3! . If you start at a new school -keep your head down don’t rise to any negative attention as bullies enjoy getting a reaction . Ignore any petty bullying-just laugh it off and they will see you can take a joke,if someone pushes you or hits you hit them back harder(only in self defense-never strike first) don’t get into slanging matches just show you aren’t a pushover.Be more assertive-stand up to the bullies even if it is staring them out while they try to intimidate you-don’t show any fear ever! Find some good friends. Avoid areas of the school at certain times when you know you could get into trouble by walking them alone. If you have to hit anyone hit the biggest bully in front of his friends if you can but only if you can do it without making things worse.
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How can a person be smart when he hasn’t read any book or gone to a school in his entire life.
Wisdom. My grandpa was born in 1889 and lived in a log cabin with no running water and rode a horse to school. He dropped out of school after the third grade because that was the norm back then. In the late 1970’s I was going to college and I came home one weekend and I asked my girl friend (now my wife) for some help with the questions and my grandpa could answer every question I had. He just listened instead of talking to everyone. On his 104th birthday he told me two things I will never forget, 1. The worst part of being this old is you have to watch all your loved ones die and 2. I have never been to a doctor or a hospital because I will die if I ever go to one. My Grandpa died 6 months later 2 days after he was check into the hospital from a staph infection he received at the hospital.
How can I copy/send my Contact list, including Voice, to another of my accounts (can’t be logged concurrently)
I have a Yahoo! account (WesPoteet) with an extensive contact list and address book, including many telephone numbers. I have a second Yahoo! account (Wesiderata) with which I would like to share the contact list/address book. I cannot use Send My Messenger List because I cannot have both accounts logged on at…
You don’t need to be logged on with two accounts simultaneously to send your contact list via Messenger. The request to send the list will be there, like an offline message, when you log in to the second ID. Just like when you first added them, your contacts will all have to approve being added to your second ID and will be able to deny.However that’s only your Messenger contacts, I’m not sure if it will accomplish sending your address book information too. You may have to go into your address book and export it, most likely as a .csv file, then sign out, sign in to the other account, go to your address book and import the file.
How many books are publish in a novel’s first printing.
As above what’s the average amount of books printed in its first run before the second and third etcetera? While at it is there any specific logging areas set aside for books and the how much quantity is use?
It varies. Small presses are likely to publish very few books, like maybe 5,000. Larger houses are able to publish books in the hundred thousands. How big a book’s printing is depends on several factors, including how many the publisher thinks it will sell. If they think the book will sell like hot cakes then they’ll print a lot. If they don’t see it selling too well then they might print something like 40,000 for a first run. Keep in mind that most books don’t get a second printing, believe it or not.
my mac book says java is not running any tips on how to get it running again.
I used to use firefox but after having some annoying problems with people not getting my facebook messages I have switched over to Chrome. Things are working fine now except my java is not working and so I can not check my net-bank. Any tips on how to get it working. it says something like I have to give it…
What is the rule for having 7 days prior in your log book if you’ve taken time off at home.
I have always thought that when you’ve taken enough time off at home to reset your 70 hours, that you did not have to have the last 7 days in your log book for a dot officer to inspect.
You have to have an up dated log book for the last 30 days if asked when you are stopped by a DOT officer.If you have been off for awhile then take a log sheet and just put down what days you have been off and do a restart.. say off duty 10 days and draw a line in the off duty column and put your days in the date space. They want to know what you have been doing and if you are not hiding anything then just write down what you have been doing. On your 34 hr restart then draw your 34 hours on the off duty line the first 24 then the next page then do 12 hours and then start your day then.You do not need a 7 day restart. Just show time off duty and show your recap should be where you can drive again fresh with taking time off duty.If you go on a vacation just draw a line on the 24 off duty and state how many days off duty and you are fresh to go again. The officer can not go back futher then 7 days to count your hrs on or off duty thats why some drivers always started a new log book with a 7 day off duty because that stops the officer from going any futher on their log book.Just try to be current in all that you do and their are some drivers who still run two logs on leagal and the other for the officer to read and its legal to the officer who is reading it. I have done this kind of trucking for 26 years and never got a log book ticket at all and I ran by myself for years and ran fast trucks and just as far as I could drive then I would shut it down and start another log book. Now a days you best to do it legal the best you can and you will do just fine.
How to fix dns error on net book..
I have a v-net net book and it is running windows CE. When ever i turn it on at home it says i am connected (Wireless) I cannot access any web pages. Again it says connected signal strength excellent. When ever i bring up internet explorer it says cannot find server or DNS error.
Hello Chris:We need a little more information about how and where you’re trying to connect, in order to properly diagnose and/or troubleshoot your problem here. Example–are you only having trouble connecting on your home wireless network, or are you having trouble connecting to wireless networks everywhere?Assuming that you have access you your home wireless access point (WAP)–or “router”–plug your net book into an available ethernet port there, and see if you can access the internet through a wired connection, then that’s one less possible problem area.Because you’re getting excellent signal strength, the problem is either with your WAP or with your net book. Using the command prompt, type (in sequence); ipconfig/release and then ipconfig/renew. Then see if you have internet access.If that doesn’t work, try a simple reset on the router–by turning it off (either using the switch or unplugging it–if it doesn’t have a switch), waiting ten seconds and then powering it back on.If neither of these solutions work, try seeing if your net book will logon successfully wirelessly at another wireless location (i.e. school, work or a free WiFi “hot spot”). If your net book can log on successfully at another location, then you’ve narrowed-down the problem to the router; and you may have to reset the router to factory conditions and reconfigure your wireless router security.Consult your WAP’s manual on how to do this. If you don’t have the manual (or can’t find it); go to the manufacturer’s website and look up your WAP by model name.Hope this helps, and good luck.
Advice on Running Log.
I have decided to make a running log but i do not know what to include in it. Please give me advice to the information you think i could put into it and keep track of. If you have any examples you could post them too!Thanks
Eddie, a good running log is really your own story on running, starring YOU in the title role.There are a lot of things you may wish to track as you go along, and some of them are probably pretty obvious: Course, time, weather, time of day are all very common.However, you may also want to keep tabs on your weight, both before and after your runs. Why? Because, let’s say you’ve just run 10 miles on a hot day. Water replacement is important! So, if you weigh 170 at the start of the run, and 165 at the end, did you really lose 5 pounds of fat? Sorry to say, but that’s impossible. What you’ve lost is water weight, which you must replace.Perhaps a good lesson I can give you comes out of my own training logs. I was in the final stages of preparing for a marathon, and did a 23 mile training run indoors, on a treadmill. I weighed in just before the run, and then right after. In between, I drank almost a quart of water and a quart of Gatorade. In spite of taking in all that liquid, I was still down by 4 pounds from my starting weight. Now, perhaps a half pound of that would have been fat, but not much more. It was obvious that I had to drink another 3-4 pounds of water in order to recover what I had sweat out.A few hours later, my weight was right back where it belonged.Another item to track would be the mileage for your running shoes. This is especially important if you are wisely using two pair of shoes. Keep tabs of how many miles for that pair of shoes on that day, adding it up as you go along. Once you reach 400-500 miles with any pair of running shoes, go throw them into the Goodwill bin. They are really not good for running beyond that.One more thought: If you keep a good log, you will be able to look back on your running, and learn from it. For example, if you get injured often, does it happen when your weekly mileage gets above a certain point? You may notice that you’ve increased your mileage by much more than you should (from one week to the next), and that can lead to injuries. If your quads are sore, perhaps you ran too hard on yesterday’s hill workout, especially on the downhill stretches.One final item to add would be your true resting pulse rate. When your clock wakes you in the morning, wait a minute or two and then check your pulse. As long as it’s within range of your normal resting pulse, you are okay. However, if it’s significantly above your normal resting pulse, that means your body is tired, and that a day off from running would be a good idea. However, always note that first resting pulse in your log book so you can look back on what you’ve done. It is literally impossible to remember all of the details of everything, and that’s why a good log is so important.Good luck, and good running!P.S. There are many good log books that can be found in the major book stores. Take a look at some of them, and then see what you can download from the Internet.
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