The Brady Bunch Kids

The Brady Bunch Kids

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Its that time of year again...


Having six kids in different grades, going to different schools, in different states not only means different start dates and times but also different opportunities and classes.

Breanna actually graduated from high school last year and just celebrated her 18th birthday but since she is handicap, she allowed to attend school until she turns 21. School in Dothan started August 20th, but she hasn't started school yet because we are still living in a hotel and need to find permanent housing before we can enroll her into a
school here.

Joey started his junior year of high school on August 20th and is taking the following classes:
  • AP Physics
  • AP English
  • AP History
  • Pre-cal
  • Tech
Jarom started NUAMES and Weber State University on August 27th and is participating on the VEX Robotics team again this year. He is taking the following courses for first term:
  • History (Weber)
  • Intro to Psychology (Weber)
  • Aerospace (NUAMES/ Weber)
  • AP English (NUAMES/ Weber)
  • Pre-Cal (NUAMES)
  • Chemistry (NUAMES)
  • Seminary 
MyKayla will be starting her final year of junior high school as a 9th grader on September 4th. She lucked out being the last one to start school this year, however she will also be the last one out of school next summer. Today she received an invitation to study abroad next summer (2013) in Italy, France, and Austria. Her classes are:
  • Spanish 3
  • English
  • Honors Geography
  • Symphony Band
  • PE
  • Mathmatics
  • Earth Systems
Jordyn started 7th grade, her first year of junior high school, on August 20th. She is participating on the 7th grade volleyball team and is taking the following classes:
  • English, her favorite class so far
  • Math
  • Science
  • Literature
  • PE
  • Citizenship (History)
  • Technology
Jayson started 2nd grade this year and this is the first year he is in school without any of his siblings. He has the following classes:
  • Math, his favorite class
  • History
  • Reading
  • Science

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