June 17, 1999

Back story, on May 24th, the ex wrote and told Keith that their daughters reading level has improved some with the help of “Hooked On Phonics.” She said, “Maybe you could look into a summer school there or some other special help for her reading.”

He responded on May 27th, explaining that he will do whatever he can for his daughter while she was with him, but registering her for a summer reading program may make it difficult since she is not a registered student in our district. He asked what her reading level was.

On June 5th, Keith wrote her back and asked her what their daughter’s reading is now, that he found someone who could help during the summer, and the person asked what her reading level is.

She then changed her mind. She wrote back and said that she thought her daughter improved on her reading and will complete her “hooked on Phonics” before she leaves for visitation, so don’t worry about it other than to be sure she reads every day for an hour. She adds, “I doubt she wants to spend her visit with you with SOMEONE teaching her to read.”

On June 6th, she wrote back and said, ‘I was thinking she might want to spend time off with you as opposed to summer school of sorts and that you could probably achieve the same results by just being sure she reads an hour a day and listening to her read.”

She never answered what reading level she was at.

Since Keith worked the same hours as the school office, and he wasn’t “allowed” to communicate with the teachers, he asked me to call the school and speak to his daughter’s teacher to ask what his daughters reading level is.

Well, on this day, his ex emailed him and said that her daughters teacher called in the morning with some questions about their daughter’s reading level. The ex FINALLY answered the questioned Keith had asked several weeks back.

And on cue she writes, “Why is it your wife has to show so much interest in what your children are doing. I thought she had children of her own. I would imagine that you would be the one who is interested in their activities. “


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