So happy! Maysen really, really, really, really, really wanted to do the veterinary science program at the technical center. The problem is, it is not our school district. She would be allowed to take the program if there were slots still available and she was chosen. This year they allowed the students in the home district to add the class with arena scheduling. Basically they just had to click a button to get in. Maysen had to write essays and send her grades and different information over. Today I got a phone call from the technical center asking if she was still interested in the program. I told them she was a thousand percent still interested. They said they had a slot available for her in the morning. The afternoon slots had filled up. That was okay. We are completely fine with morning classes! I am so happy for her! I know it is a hard program, but it will be a great way to spend her senior year. The vet program will take up four classes the entire year. We had to change her schedule around a bit. Good thing the arena scheduling is open and now the remove button is there. We were able to get statistics, AP government and AP English. The only class that we couldn't get was physics. The class is full. Maysen is going to talk with her counselor tomorrow and see if she can get in that class. The other option is to do physics online during the summer. It will be interesting to see what Maysen decides to do.
Jorja and I went and watched Erica play softball today. Jorja has been really excited about softball lately. Erica is a freshman and is the starting catcher for the varsity team. She is really good! It was so fun to watch her. Mike was excited about Maysen getting into the vet program and wanted to get Maysen a cake. Jorja and I surprised Mike at the store to help him pick it out. I hope Maysen loves this! Even if she ends up hating the vet program I think taking this class will be a good thing. It would show her that isn't what she wants to do with her life. She is not planning on being a vet, but she loves working with animals. It will also be nice to only be on the high school campus for half a day next year!