Originally Sent: 4/23/2013
|April 23, 2013|
Here are this week’s top stories.
At 2:00 p.m. today, the Romeike family appeared before a three-judge panel in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati seeking asylum under United States law. The courtroom overflowed with homeschooling families who turned out in support. Read more >>
A member family asked Home School Legal Defense Association for help after waiting 10 months for public school officials to return their student’s portfolio. Read more >>
The Home School Foundation, HSLDA’s charitable arm, is having an open enrollment for its Curriculum Relief Fund through April! This fund helps provide curriculum to HSLDA member families who are struggling financially to meet their children’s needs.
Generation Joshua’s iGovern leadership camps are thrilled to announce our latest confirmed speaker for iGovern Pacific: Phil Lollar, co-creator of Adventures in Odyssey. Phil will speak to our students about the importance of training Christian leaders not only in politics, but in culture as a whole. For information on our merit and need-based camp scholarships, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Sign up today! >>
The big day is just around the corner—high school graduation that is. It’s not too late to order a diploma and other graduation supplies from HSLDA’s bookstore. Need some ideas on how to make your teen’s accomplishment special? Enjoy the 2012 Court Report article, “Graduation: It’s Worth Celebrating.” Shop now >>
Celebrate with your children by entering HSLDA’s 9th Annual Poetry Contest! Not sure what our judges are looking for in a good poem? Find tips and suggestions based on our past contests, and visit our poetry contest page to read past winners and learn more information about how to turn this educational opportunity into a fun time for the whole family! Read more >>
If your family is an HSLDA member, you may be eligible for a $1,000-$2,000 scholarship for your first year at Patrick Henry College! Visit the Home School Foundation’s PHC Scholarship page to see if the PHC Scholarship is right for you, and spread the word to other incoming freshmen. To be a part of making this scholarship available, visit the HSF donation page and choose “PHC Scholarship Fund” to give a tax-deductable donation and make all the difference in a fellow HSLDA member student’s life!
The National Bible Bee has been described as a “summer family discipleship program cleverly disguised as a contest!” Don’t miss out! >>
Will my child still benefit from homeschooling if he or she has no siblings? This week on Home School Heartbeat, Mike Smith answers this question with an emphatic yes! Read more >>
Legislation in Your State
If you live in Arkansas, Connecticut, Indiana, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Washington, or West Virginia, click on the the name of your state or the link below to learn about legislation that could affect your freedom to homeschool.
April 22: Globe-Gazette, Mason City, Iowa Iowa’s Homeschool Rules Part of Education Debate
April 21: Capital Journal, Pierre, South Dakota Homeschool Fair Showcases Variety
April 21: The Capital-Journal, Topeka, Kansas Homeschooled Students Win Vocal Music Event
April 20: WorldNetDaily.com Homeschool Parents Have One Shot to See Son again
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