Chelsea has two ten page papers to write
this year. That is my requirement....not the
State's. She loves to write and this is not
the challenge it would have been if I had
assigned it to either of our boys.
You have to know that at the beginning of this
year Chelsea decided that she wanted to do
two year's worth of work this year in order to
graduate early. She was already a year ahead
at the end of the last school year. So, technically
she will "graduate" three years early.
When I say "graduate" I mean that she will be
able to participate in the County-wide ceremony
and will not have any more of the required coursework
that does not fit into her future plans to complete after
this year. Mostly this means formal math and history.
However, this does not mean her education is complete.
We are in the process of figuring out next year's educational
plans. They are most likely to include a Serve Safe Course,
at least one college level class in business, contact with the
small business association to get advice on opening a cafe,
and real time experience at work at the bakery and cafe.
So, anyway, back to the report that caught me by surprise.
Her topic of choice?
Fish of the Ocean.
Perhaps it was vacation to the ocean,
field trips to science centers
I would definitely do all of these
things again if the kids were young
students. It really exposes them
to things that we couldn't see in
our daily lives.
One fun thing we did from home
was to bookmark a live webcam
from the National Zoo that
had an underwater
The kids loved to put that
on and watch the
Chelsea had a great time doing research today
and getting this
Last night's dinner?
Tilapia and Tuna melts.
Fitting, don't you think?