Originally Sent: 7/8/2014
|July 8, 2014|
Lawmakers should make it easy for parents to teach their kids to drive.
One homeschool family’s plight illustrates why Washington needs reform to make driver’s education convenient and affordable. Read more >>
HSLDA helped a homeschool student obtain a waiver to play sports as a high school senior after missing a year due to illness. Read more >>
With the enactment of House Bill 712, homeschool students with disabilities are no longer entitled to some benefits created last year when scholarships were initially established to fund services for these students in a nonpublic school setting. Read more >>
Hear comics writer, cartoonist, and video game designer Doug TenNapel discuss storytelling and homeschooling on this week’s Home School Heartbeat! Read more >>
HSLDA’s high school and struggling needs consultants will present a one-day symposium for parents teaching high school at home on Saturday, November 8, 2014. Choose from multiple seminars and breakout sessions that include time for questions and answers. Parents with children in 6th-8th grades will also benefit. Register online and check out the agenda >>
Starting in fall 2014, when you take online AP courses through PHC Prep Academy, every tuition dollar you spend will be matched with a Patrick Henry College tuition scholarship. In other words, you get to use your PHC Prep Academy tuition money twice: once in high school, once in college! Read more >>
If so, check out HSLDA’s Photo Contest, where HSLDA invites homeschoolers ages 7-19 to take creative pictures of things that are “Interesting,” “Memorable,” or “Ordinary.” Make it a fun teaching moment as you talk with your children about noticing and appreciating the small and big things in life! For guidelines and entry form >>
If there is hope for America, it rests with the next generation. Generation Joshua has been training and preparing the youth of America to save the future. For the past six summers, Generation Joshua has run the iGovern camps to equip our youth with the skills they need to take action. Learn more and register >>
Patrick Henry College Preparatory Academy is seeking a classroom instructor to teach and administer one section of its online Advanced Placement course in English Language and Composition during the 2014-15 academic year. This is a contract-based, work-from-home position. Applicants must have experience teaching writing at the high school level. See job posting and application instructions >>
What is your family doing together and individually this summer to stay engaged in God’s Word? Whether you are at the academic finish line, school year ’round, or are about to begin again, discipling your kids in their relationship with Jesus Christ never stops … prioritize, persevere and prepare! Start Here … Read more >>
Legislation in Your State
If you live in the District of Columbia, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania or Washington, click on the name of your state or the link below to learn about legislation that could affect your freedom to homeschool.
IN THE NEWS
The HSLDA E-lert Service is a service of:
Home School Legal Defense Association • P.O. Box 3000 • Purcellville, Virginia 20134-9000
Subscription Information: You subscribed to the HSLDA E-lert Service as:
POSTMASTERS: This message is being sent to the most recent address we have for our subscribers. If this is an invalid email address or you have other problems, please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DISCLAIMER: This is considered a private and confidential message from HSLDA to its bonafide HSLDA E-lert Service subscribers. HSLDA cannot attest to the authenticity of copies posted, forwarded, or sent by any party other than HSLDA.
NOTE: Please do not reply or otherwise use this email address; email@example.com is for broadcast purposes only and is not intended to receive incoming messages. We cannot reply to any email sent to this address. If you have comments or questions, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call HSLDA at 540-338-5600. HSLDA members can also email staff directly through the Members website at http://members.hslda.org/contact.asp. Thank you for your cooperation.
© 2017 HSLDA. All rights reserved.