You and your husband just made it through the summer taking care of the kids while being separated. For the most part, your co-parenting plan worked. There were a few tense moments and schedule mix-ups, but you feel like things went well overall. Of course, you and your future-ex-husband did not have to spend a lot of time together or have too many issues when it came to the coordination your kids' summer vacation time. However, now that the school year is starting in Birmingham and you moving forward with the divorce process, things are about to change.
Before the separation, you handled the kids' schedules, made sure they did their homework, and attended every parent-teacher conference. Now that you are working and your husband has moved out, it will take more effort to effectively parent the children during the school year. Read further to find out more about some school-related issues you and your spouse should address as soon as possible.