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Old 06-27-2019, 09:58 AM   #3
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My district only asks for an assessment at the end of the year. So far, they've been wonderfully hands-off. I submit our standardized testing and they don't even ask for it every year. That's it. I don't keep much, but that's going to change next year when I have a High Schooler. I need help, too.

So far I've kept tests (primarily math, we don't really do tests), any large co-op projects like Science Fair boards (they decorate our porch), all the SOTW lapbooks that span an entire book, and any big projects like that as portfolio pieces. I really should have writing projects. We have more than enough art projects. I'm disorganized and I live in a miniscule space, so all that stuff is tucked in different closets and corners. If I had to access it quickly, I'd be up a creek.
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