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Saturday, October 18, 2014
Irvine, California

Homeschooling the High School Years

What are the key things a parent should do with their student during the high school years to prepare them well for the future?

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Homeschool News Feed

WARNING: The links to the following articles are automatically generated and updated hourly based on a search for the term "Homeschool" from Yahoo news syndication.

For those of us who have turned off the television, this will give you a good indication of how the major news media treats homeschooling. You will not find much mention of private Biblical homeschooling. The ideology of those in the news media is apparent as the "goodies" of government homeschooling are often the most positively spun elements.

Be sure to read "Avoid Government Homeschooling Like the Plague" to inoculate yourself before continuing.

Last Fetch: 10/31/2014 4:12:53 PM

Homeschooled Kids Shouldn’t Be Scapegoats for Sandy Hook
Fear of another school massacre is inspiring bad policies

6 of 8 Stillwater Area School Board candidates share priorities
BY ALICIA LEBENS THE GAZETTE The largest of the Gazette-sponsored forums — for the Stillwater Area School Board — was Oct. 20 with six candidates. A total of eight candidates are running for four open seats. Incumbents Tom Lehmann and George Hoeppner are challenged by Fred Anderson, Paul “Woody” Leindecker, Paula O’Loughlin and Shelley Pearson. [...]

EVENTS 10-31-14
AT HYANNIS LIBRARY • Oct. 29: If you dare! At 6 p.m., Massachusetts Paranormal Institute investigators report back on their re-test for paranormal activity, carried out recently in the original library building on Main Street.

The Sideline: Honor for CBC soccer, CCS volleyball and Faulkner Falcons
Lady Tigers rally past Conway FAYETTEVILLE - Conway's Lady Cats pushed the Bentonville Lady Tigers to the brink of defeat Thursday, then ran out of gas.

Dunedin couple to relocate to Congo amid adoption fight
A family will relocate to be near a boy they adopted but who can't leave the country.

Imagination Library sees record registration
Reading and literacy are key components of early childhood education and Central Station’s Joyce Sawatsky wants local children to have access to age appropriate, educator selected reading material that aims to boost their engagement and readiness when it comes time for school.

The Gate has a new director
Lisa Sylvia, director of The Gate, talks with a youth group Tuesday Tuesday at The Gate.

National 4-H Month Draws to a Close
Clay County 4-H Clubs mark annual observance, welcome new members

Entertainment listings, Oct. 30-Nov. 6, 2014
A listing of events, provided by the venues. Here are  read more

New on DVD: 'Wish I Was Here,' 'WKRP,' 'Deliver Us From Evil'
Imagine the World Without Her": Documentary that looks at what the world would be like without America; "Behaving Badly": Selena Gomez stars in this tale of a teen's attempts to find love; "Rumours Of Glory": DVD set taken from the pages of the coming autobiography by Bruce Cockburn; "Lovejoy, Series 3": Ian McShane plays the crime-solving antiques dealer; "My Little Pony Equestria Girls ...

Lisa Sylvia is new director of The Gate
Lisa Sylvia, director of The Gate, talks with a youth group Tuesday Tuesday at The Gate.

Preservation Parks news
For more information about Preservation Parks of Delaware County or to register for a program, call 740-524-8600, extension 3 or email register@ preservationparks.com.

HSLDA PAC Eyes Dangerous U.N. Treaties in Upcoming Elections
PURCELLVILLE, Va., Oct. 29, 2014 / Christian Newswire / -- The HSLDA PAC, the political action committee of the Home School Legal Defense Association, recently announced its support for Pat Roberts and Tom Cotton in two U.S. Senate races that could decide the future of American self-government.

Disciples continue success, give homeschoolers opportunities
The Central Virginia Disciples homeschool football team is seeing its numbers grow and continues to boast the nation's number one ranking among homeschool teams.

4-H curriculum training varied
On Nov. 3, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the N.C. Cooperative Extension office, I will be hosting a training for 4-H volunteers, homeschool parents and school age care providers to introduce them to the variety of 4-H project curriculum that is available.

From the dais: Results from local government meetings
Encinitas officials approve taxable bond financing for Pacific View School purchase.

Southlake sport briefs: AAU District Cross Country Championship at PNC
'Come Play Hockey Month' at Midwest Training

Lyme Disease Sufferer Gets Wish
A local teenager is getting his wish granted through the Make a Wish Foundation. His wish is a trip to Disney World. You've heard of Make a Wish— they make dreams come true for children with life-threatening illnesses.

Around the District
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Board of Education meets at 7 p.m. in the borough building at 148 N. Binkley Street in Soldotna (unless otherwise noted). For more information, call 907-714-8888 or visit kpbsd.k12.ak.us.

Fall Youth Sports Tournaments Bring Thousands To Springfield
This weekend and next the city of Springfield is welcoming over a thousand junior high and high school athletes for championship tournaments happening in the queen city.Information from an edited news release provided by the City of Springfield:Thousands of junior high and high school athletes, as well as their coaches and families, are visiting Springfield this fall for championship tournaments ...

Local artist to teach drawing basics class at museum
Artist Alex Strader will teach a drawing basics class for homeschool students ages 12 and younger.

Bill eliminating school district review of homeschooled children heads to Corbett's desk
State legislators approved a homeschooling bill that eliminates the need for school superintendents to weigh in on whether students are receiving an appropriate education.

College Station High School hosting area robotics competition
Evan Maraist directed the wooden robot across the floor of the architecture and STEM lab at College Station High School using the remote control to direct its small plank "arms" to surround a short pi

Rosehill Christian at The Woodlands Christian
Rosehill Christian (2-5, 0-4): The Eagles lost to Bryan’s St. Joseph Catholic 47-20 last week. … They have not won since opening the season with 48-0 and 7-6 victories over homeschool teams the Norths

‘Lords of Kerballa’ Captures True Essence of Fantasy Adventure
Author Author John H. Underhill makes bedtime story to son into epic story of good versus evil. (PRWeb October 23, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/LordsofKerballa/prweb12275103.htm

Bill that would end district-level review of homeschooling in Pennsylvania goes to Corbett
State legislators approved a homeschooling bill that eliminates the need for school superintendents to weigh in on whether students are receiving an appropriate education. Under ...

FOOTBALL: Quick Hits: Rosehill Christian at The Woodlands Christian Academy
Rosehill Christian (2-5, 0-4): The Eagles lost to Bryan’s St. Joseph Catholic 47-20 last week. … They have not won since opening the season with 48-0 and 7-6 victories over homeschool teams the Norths

Project 21's Derryck Green's First Lecture as new Faculty Member of Prager University Addresses Myth of Conservative ...
"Who Are the Racists: Liberals or Conservatives?" Washington, D.C. - Derryck Green , a member of the Project 21 black leadership network, is the newest member of the faculty of Prager University, an "online resource promoting knowledge and clarity" that partners with high schools and universities nationwide.

Niles library considers installing internet filters on adult computers
Oct. 23 11:24 a.m. The Niles Public Library Board is considering adding internet content filters on computers used by teenagers and adults. The library currently has filters on computers in the KidSpace area, but computers in teen and adult areas aren’t filtered.

Meet Crosscut's Courage Award Winner in Business
Where they saw small businesses stagnating, Community Sourced Capital created a new financial system out of thin air.