What does the child want more, to be at a Sudbury school or to be near his
From: Joe Jackson <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, May 01, 2001 12:57 AM
Subject: DSM: RE: Family vs. Community
>Geez, Kolleen, what a heart-wrenching dilemma!! I am *so* sorry.
>I thought really hard about your question, and I must say that I would do
>utmost to stay near my kid's mom. I would probably therefore try to start
>school. In the meantime I would likely homeschool.
>Not a fun question, it must be even more unfun in real life. Like my
>Bill R. says, though: this is not advice, it's only what I think I might do
>after thinking about it for a few minutes. You've thought about it much
>longer. If you are wrong, the right path will likely present itself, but
>doesn't do to question your judgement. Most adults go through much of
>lives without having to make difficult decisions like the ones you have
>> Hi all, Its been quite a few years since I've been on this list.
>> Five years
>> to be exact.
>> Its good to be back.
>> Here's a question that I'd very much appreciate your opinions on.
>> What do you consider more important?
>> Sending a young child (5 years) to a Sudbury Model school or
>> living close to
>> the child's father?
>> Just for some background, I moved from NYC to CA because of a job
>> offer that
>> was near a Cedarwood Sudbury School. It was my intentions to send
>> my child to
>> Sudbury Model school since I was pregnant with him and read
>> Daniel's book on
>> His father agreed to move when the kid would be of school age.
>> Suffice it to
>> say, he changed his mind and I really was very upset about
>> sending my kid to
>> anything but a Sudbury model school.
>> So, I applied for work near a few of the schools that I at least knew ONE
>> person. I ended up getting a decent offer in Silicon Valley.
>> Now here it is we're VERY far from family and I'm questioning my
>> Please share your thoughts.
>> Kolleen Shallcross
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