Sunday, August 14, 2011

SCHOOL DAYS! WOOHOO!!!!!

                 I never thought that these two mascots would be in our home together!! But Skyler decided that he wanted to go to Show Low High School this year. It was a very difficult year for him last year at BR. So after much pleading, begging and more begging we finally gave into him. I went with him to register and get him into his IEP program. I have to say, I'm really impressed with their IEP counselors. He is really happy there and has made a lot of friends! I think his height and shoe size makes him the talk of the campus:) He is 6' 10 and has a size 21 shoe!!! Yes, I found shoes for him at Ross and they were only $20!!!
Hunter is fitting right into his freshman life at Blue Ridge! He is going out for football and of course checking out all the girls?!?!? His classes are going well and has some with his good friends.
Clay is in the 6th grade and likes his new teacher. He is such a good student, so I don't worry too much about him:) He is such a good kid and really makes friends easily, he likes to be sociable and  got into trouble last year for talking too much :(
Being the first week of school, we will see what the next couple of months brings! Hope everyone is having a good start to the school year!!!

6 comments:

Dawna Greer said...

We're glad things are going well for the boys. Hopefully you can keep up with them, driving them in three different directions, etc. Bet your house is kinda quiet suddenly!

The Merrills said...

A House divided?

Becky and the Boys said...

Holy cow he's tall! And I'm stunned that you ever found shoes! That's a miracle right there, I say. Good luck to them both!

Shawn said...

Skyler has a size 21 shoe!!!!!! oh my goodness! Now what is the IEP class? I do not believe I have heard if that. Why didn't styler like his old school?

Shawn said...

Ha ha Skyler!


Love you!

Skousen Seven said...

Shawn, an IEP is Individual Educational Program. He has trouble with reading comprehension and needs extra help. Not really special ed. but he does get extra help and tutorial services.