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Old 06-02-2017, 10:55 AM
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I may consider it should she switch to a tutor able to help mykids.
You've essentially agreed that tutoring is necessary. Of course, this does not imply that you've agreed the tutor she has chosen is necessary nor does it imply that you must pay - she did not discuss and you did not agree.

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I am 99% sure it is an educational extra curricular and therefore does not fall within our agreement.
Tutoring is for educational purposes.

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I actually put in the extra curricular clause because I have my kids in activities and my daughter wanted to do competitive cheer but practices are during her time. I do pay for all the extra curricular activities because she wanted the kids to do what she wants and no what they want.
Then clearly that clause was regarding that specific activity - not tutoring.

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Ah well, I'd rather pay for them and my kids enjoy what they do then them having to do something they don't like.
Absolutely. And refuse to pay for things that they don't enjoy, is not necessary for them, or is not benefiting them.


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They are only young for so long, right?
Yes. And how they adjust in the early years is likely going to effect them in their teen and adult years.
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