Juicy 3 kids; Arizona 155 posts
3rd Jun '12
Quoting Just Call Me Mommy:" Not all of them are. Depends on the area you live in. I don't think you should expect him to contribute, though, since it is a luxury. "


I know the public schools in my area..
It's his child too.

Hocus Pocus Due September 27 (boy); Japan 1096 posts
3rd Jun '12

i have seen many private schools with teachers there just to get paid. I went to publice school and had some teachers that to this day I will tell you changed my life. I went to a clean school with intelligent teachers who cared. I have had some babysitters (teachers) that wefre not great. That being said if he is helping pay it I think he should get to voice his opinion. If he is not court ordered to pay for it and this is just a personal choice on your part I think you should use your child support towards it and foot the rest yourself.I am a single mom who doesn't get child support and everything mine need I pay for out of pocket. So when I wanted private preschool I busted my butt for it. So I say not all public schools are nasty or unqualified, But if private is what you wish for I say go for it as long as you can afford it

Juicy 3 kids; Arizona 155 posts
3rd Jun '12
Quoting BigG{30+}:" But she's been in public school with no problems now? So her education up to this point has been below par? I'm just not getting the logic here. "


Elementary and preschool is a jumpstart to her education.. High school is a very important part of a child's education and I think she deserves the very best.

Evan My Heaven TTC since Apr 2012; 33 kids; West Chester Township, Ohio 3374 posts
3rd Jun '12

Um, yeah, I'm a public school teacher, my school is clean, and I'm far from inept. I take GREAT offense to your post.

Nigel Thornberry 1 child; New Hampshire 6415 posts
3rd Jun '12
Quoting speaktruth2powr:" If you want to send the child to private school, then you alone should have to pay for it."


:!::!::!::!:

☮[The Mrs.] FJB Due December 4; 3 kids; North Carolina 14335 posts
3rd Jun '12

OP if you want to send her to private school then I would suggest that you come up with the cash for it being that it's a luxury. Or look into charter schools.

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55982 posts
3rd Jun '12
Quoting Juicy
user banned (boy); 2 kids; Fucking, Austria 36337 posts
3rd Jun '12
Quoting Remembering Cortnie:" lmfao. trollolololololol to clarify no I'm not calling you a troll, but youz trollin fo sho"

:lol::lol:

Mama Rice 34 kids; North Las Vegas, Nevada 11980 posts
3rd Jun '12

You want your child to go to a private school then you better be able to afford it. He should not have to contribute to your excessive wants for your child. He should be expected go pay for half the school supplies and school clothes he would have had to pay for a public school.

Juicy 3 kids; Arizona 155 posts
3rd Jun '12
Quoting Philly.:" Can you afford it? If not..then..."


I would do anything to make sure my children has the best education possible.. money isn't a question with that

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55982 posts
3rd Jun '12
Quoting Juicy
Supafly★ 2 kids; Poland 14109 posts
3rd Jun '12
Quoting Juicy
speaktruth2powr 2 kids; Ontario 45131 posts
3rd Jun '12
Quoting Juicy
user banned Due March 21; 1 child; Colorado 67779 posts
3rd Jun '12
Quoting speaktruth2powr:" If you want to send the child to private school, then you alone should have to pay for it."


this. makes perfect sense to me.

user banned TTA since Sep 2007; 1 child; Kansas 16909 posts
3rd Jun '12
Quoting Juicy