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Michelle L

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« on: April 03, 2007, 08:05:34 pm »

New Hampshire Homeschooling Coalition Spring Workshop May 12

Save the date for the New Hampshire Homeschooling Coalition annual Spring
Workshop Saturday, May 12, at the Sweeney Auditorium at NHTI in Concord.

The morning session, The ABCs of Homeschooling, starts with a
brief overview of the legal requirements for homeschooling in New Hampshire;
then homeschooling parents will talk about their teaching methods and
experiences, and answer audience questions.

What do teens and college age homeschoolers have to say about
homeschooling? Homeschooling Through High School and Beyond gives you a
chance to hear from these students. This afternoon session includes a panel
of experienced homeschooling parents and students who will describe how they
put together successful high school programs.

A Teen Social during lunch includes pizza, games, and a chance
for teenaged homeschoolers to connect with other homeschoolers across the

Visitors can browse displays of homeschooling material, pick up
free resources and catalogs, meet with their Coalition representative, and
get to know other homeschoolers. This year's workshop is sponsored by a
generous donation from homeschooler Drew Sargent and by Clonlara School, who
provides unique interactive support for homeschooling families.

Registration starts at 9:00. Admission is $15, $5 for teens 13-18 and includes the teen pizza social.

For more information, and online registration, check

The NHHC supports all reasons for and all methods of homeschooling. All are welcome.
I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than to those attending too small a degree of it.--Thomas Jefferson
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