Adventures in Homeschooling—Grades, Boys, and Single Parenting
Upcoming Live E-vents:
- Homeschooling: Not a School at Home!—HSLDA Staff Attorney Mike Donnelly
- How to Homeschool in Oregon—HSLDA Staff Attorney Thomas J. (Tj) Schmidt
Featured On-Demand E-vents:
- Ballistic Homeschooling: Teaching and Appreciating Boys—Hal and Melanie Young
- Single-Parent Homeschooling: How You Can Make It Work!—Mary Jo Tate
Tuesday, June 5, @ 2:00 p.m. (ET)—“Homeschooling: Not a School at Home!”
How much flexibility do you have in evaluating your child’s work?
We all know the common process of doling out grades, setting grade levels, and handing out diplomas, but do you have to do all this in the same way a traditional school does? Or do you have more freedom in determining your son or daughter’s progress in school? HSLDA Staff Attorney Mike Donnelly will explore this topic in the live e-vent “Homeschooling: Not a School at Home!”You’ll get a glimpse of the wide world open to you as a home educator—from assessing the academic achievements of your student to meeting the requirements of your state’s law. This presentation is quickly filling up, so sign up now to get your chance to join the live e-vent!
Thursday, June 14, @ 4:00 p.m. (ET)—“How to Homeschool in Oregon”
Thomas J. (Tj) Schmidt
Get up-to-date information on Oregon homeschool topics!
Oregon homeschoolers will benefit from this in-depth analysis of state law requirements, such as the notice of intent and advice on record keeping. In the live, members-only e-vent “How to Homeschool in Oregon,” HSLDA Staff AttorneyThomas J. (Tj) Schmidt will walk you through every aspect of state law—including the tricky parts. You’ll also get information on controversies like virtual public school programs and more. Tj will open up at the end of the presentation to address any additional questions you have regarding state law. This is an informative @home e-vent you won’t want to miss if you are a current or future Oregon home educator. Sign up now!
Hal and Melanie Young
So what? Why should I care?
If you’ve heard these questions more than once, you might be homeschooling boys! What’s the best solution? Get the battle plan from Hal and Melanie Young in the on-demand recording“Ballistic Homeschooling: Teaching and Appreciating Boys.” Hal and Melanie have successfully educated and maintained a household of six boys. They share stories of both good times and bad times and give some helpful tips on how to make the good outweigh the bad. You’ll learn how to relate to your son in a way that will leave him thirsty for more knowledge. Sign up today!
Mary Jo Tate
Find support from other parents just like you!
Homeschooling as a single parent seems like a daunting task, but the number of single parents who choose to homeschool is growing. Author and single parent of four Mary Jo Tate shares her struggles and bright spots in the on-demand recording “Single-Parenting Homeschooling: How You Can Make It Work!” to encourage you in this chapter of your life. Mary Jo addresses the challenges—emotional and financial—and shows you how a network of supportive relationships can help you better understand God’s providence and love. Sign up today!
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