Is it possible for him to get work picked up by us to the house until the end of the school year? Since there are only 5 weeks left, and he's moving to a absoulutly different school next year. We feel our son shouldn't have to live with this situation, especially since one of them called his 6 year old, leagaly blind sister "retarded".
Hello and thank you for requesting me.Is it possible for him to get work picked up by us to the house...What do you mean, exactly? Can you please rephrase this? Also, is this a public or private school?
So what I mean is, instead of him physically being in school with the bullies, can he be home, and still do the work if we came to the school and picked up the required materials for him to study? Since there are only 5 weeks left, we feel he shouldn't have to deal with this. Especially since the school isn't taking it one bit seriously.
Thank you.I am afraid not. Not unless the school works out some kind of course program where he gets credit from home (unlikely) or he is home-schooled by you officially. Parents can get into legal trouble for not taking their kids to school, so please be careful.I hope this finds you well. Please remember that I do not get credit for my time with you unless the answer is rated/concluded by you (a bonus is not mandatory but is much appreciated); I work very hard to formulate an informative answer for you – please reciprocate my good faith. If you still need information, hit reply so we can chat until you are satisfied. You may always come back to it to ask follow ups on this topic free of charge.
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