Quizzes, tests, grades, Oh My! is right! How do you keep track of it all? Homeschool requirements and reporting vary from state to state. For example, in Georgia, parents are required to "write an annual progress assessment report in each required subject area for each student. These reports shall be retained for at least three … Continue reading Quizzes, Tests, Grades, Oh My!
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FREE Homeschool Expo THIS Thursday night Feb 28th at the Cumming Parks & Rec Center (437 Pilgrim Mill Rd). We now have OVER 55 Local N. Metro Vendors coming to this event! It's one-stop shopping for all your homeschooling needs for the upcoming year. Hybrids, A la carte classes/activities, Sports, Extracurricular activities, Enrichment, music, coding, dual enrollment, reading assessment/vision therapy, nature … Continue reading FREE Homeschool Expo THIS Thursday night February 28, 2019
by Kendall Watkins Accreditation in the homeschool community is often misunderstood and sometimes controversial. Many families opt to have their student’s transcript accredited. Many do not. Still, some families choose accreditation for one student and not another. There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to accreditation. Each family must evaluate its own philosophical, practical, and … Continue reading The “A” Word
Introducing...the 2018-2019 Essay Contest Prompt! PLEASE NOTE that this year's deadline is February 15! “What is the use of a house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on? If you can not tolerate the planet it is on? Grade the ground first. If a man believes and expects great things of himself, … Continue reading Live Deliberately Essay Contest
Families are invited to enjoy an interactive Free Family Day at Children’s Museum of Atlanta on Wednesday, February 13. Presented by PNC Foundation and The Coca-Cola Foundation and supported by CareSource of Georgia. Advance registration is required. Registration opens Tuesday, February 12 starting at 7 AM! Sign up for one of the following three sessions: Session One: … Continue reading Children’s Museum Family Free Day
The Atlanta Gladiators professional hockey team would like to invite your school to attend a special Education Day game on Thursday, February 7, 2019 at 10:35 am. This game is a great opportunity for a unique, affordable, and educational field trip for your entire school, for select grades or classes, or as a reward for … Continue reading Atlanta Gladiators Hockey Team Education Day
Nature is constantly changing, which makes it so interesting! In this session, you’ll learn how to observe changes in nature and interpret what they might mean. The Citizen Science Homeschool Series for 2018-19 is open to students in grades K-5. Every month, students will learn about a different citizen science project, the issues surrounding the … Continue reading Citizen Science Homeschool Series: I See Change