Just got a call from Miss KT. This is the second week of the semester, and she's already struggling. She's taking courses towards graduation, not the child development ones she enjoyed last semester, and because she's not interested about the topics, she's confused. She has an Intro to Business class (which I suggested, because she wants to own her own day care, and because this teacher is beyond awesome...I took classes from him in high school, City College, and Fresno State, and I know he takes time with his students) and she's failed the first two quizzes. Her film class is stupid. Weather/Climate has a two hour lab. But the worst is the Child Development class that was presented as a six week intro to being CPR certified. It's not. She says the room is dusty and dirty, people are coughing and sneezing, and she doesn't trust that they really sanitize the plastic people they're practicing on. Then, after this class, she has to go to the Red Cross for certification, instead of the instructor bringing someone in to certify them. Her schedule is all over the place, with several hours between classes some days, and she hates waiting around. Of course, the fact that it's pouring rain, and has been all day, isn't helping. At least she has my umbrella. On the plus side, she decided NOT to just come home, but is making an appointment with her business teacher to ask for help, and plans to talk to a professor she had last semester to see if there's room in one of her Sociology classes, so she can drop the Child Development one, and still be full time. She's pleased that she has a plan. Fingers crossed that the plan comes together.