Not enough students enrolled into Introductory Latin to justify a class for it. Instead the "not a homeschool co-op" combined the Intro and Intermediate Latin kids. They dropped the Intro text and changed to Wheelock's Latin (a high school program).
Just one hour of instruction a week with a paid teacher with a combined skills class did not work out. My son was lost after about six weeks. The kid is in grade 7 not high school. I am guessing that ideally a student would do more than one hour of instruction a week with a foreign language teacher but perhaps I am wrong?
I decided this was not a good fit and pulled him out of the class.
Monetary loss: $500 for the course and about $100 in textbooks.
Add this to the list of this homeschool year's grand plans that failed miserably. Add it to the list of reasons why this is the worst year ever of our homeschool.
We are batting a thousand over here.