This month we checked in with Fort Lee Homeschoolers. This group of military homeschoolers completed a community service project supporting local law enforcement. They made cookies, banners, and cards to show their appreciation and delivered them to their local police station. Many of the police officers had previously served in the military as well. Great idea Fort Lee Homeschoolers!
Jason is a 14-year-old homeschooler who loves nature and his family. His homeschooling lessons are currently focused on natural science and physical activity. This month Jason went on a field trip to the Franklin State Mountains with his dad who recently arrived home from a nine-month deployment. They had so much fun hiking while talking about the local ecosystem, wild animals, the weather - and just being together again. Thanks for sharing Jason!
Fort Bragg Homeschoolers is a homeschooling cooperative based in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. This co-op is in its first year and going strong! There are currently 7 regularly scheduled clubs plus field trips and group events. With an average of 20 participating families per week and a growing support base, this group is destined for great things.
JBLM Homeschoolers in Olympia
Service, adventure, and fun are characteristics of Joint Base Lewis-McChord Homeschoolers in Olympia group. This homeschool group provides networking, resource sharing, co-teaching, field trips, encouragement, and mentoring. What is the JBLM Homeschoolers in Olympia group working on this month? Science and learning how to use microscopes. Thank you for sharing and keep up the good work.
November is all about being thankful. What are you thankful for?
Betsy is eight years old and is thankful for gardening! Her homeschooling group has been learning about seeds, compost, and worms in science class this semester. The class has sparked such an interest in gardening, her family is sure she will be growing things for the rest of her life. Great job Betsy!
Spotlight on Fort Bliss Homeschooling:
Fort Bliss Army post is located in El Paso, Texas. Fort Bliss Catholic Homeschool Association is currently in its fourth year of organization and co-operatively run by 16 families. This semester they are studying the renaissance time period, which will commence with a Renaissance Fair. This homeschooling group has activities for students from preschool to high school with hands-on learning stations. Great job Fort Bliss Homeschool Association and thank you for sharing!