We Are Here for You! 

We Are Here for You! 

Fall 2019 / Diane Helfrich When I was working at the registration booth for the 2019 Thrive Conference, one of my duties was to let people know about regional meetings with their liaisons. I discovered that many people didn’t know that they had a local area resource,...
Don’t Lose the Memories

Don’t Lose the Memories

Fall 2000 / James Muncy I remember the first time Alonzo started walking. We were visiting friends in Dallas, Texas. He had been walking around tables, chairs, and anything else he could hold on to for several weeks. Though this was the only time I’ve seen these...
Your Children Can Learn Programming

Your Children Can Learn Programming

Fall 2019 / Chris Ruminski When our family was brand new to homeschooling and new to Fayetteville, the local homeschool co-op advertised a week-long camp to learn robotics over the summer. We decided to give it a try, so each day my twelve-year-old daughter met with a...
Marking Memorable Moments

Marking Memorable Moments

Fall 2019 / Debra Bell One of the attractions of homeschooling is the opportunity to seamlessly fuse our children’s education with the rhythms of family life. One of the downsides, I learned, is children are never quite sure where they stand in terms of their...
Thanks, Mom

Thanks, Mom

Fall 2019 / Amy Sloan There is nothing like being a parent to make you realize just how hard your own parents worked to raise you into a (semi) well-adjusted adult. It’s only as a homeschool mom that I have begun to appreciate how much I owe my own homeschool moms....
Why We Must Continue the Fight

Why We Must Continue the Fight

Fall 2019 / Brenda Brown Not many of us today worry when we are at the park with our children or shopping for groceries in the middle of the day that we are going to be questioned about why our children are not in school. We don’t live in fear that a truancy officer...