As fall gets underway, we at VaHomeschoolers wanted to take a minute to to remind you about an easy way to support VaHomeschoolers.
Did you know that VaHomeschoolers participates in the Safeway, Giant, Food Lion, Harris Teeter, and Martin’s school give-back programs? By using your card to designate VaHomeschoolers as your beneficiary “school” you can [...]
Celeste Land, VaHomeschoolers’ Director of Government Affairs and a member of our Board of Directors, was a guest on the Kojo Nnamdi Show on WAMU 88.5 in Washington DC on October 13, 2010. The program segment, entitled “Homeschooling Goes Mainstream,” also included Mike Donnelly of the Home School Legal Defense Association. Kojo and his guests [...]
You’ve heard the old line, “I gave at the office”?
The ability to make charitable gifts through the work place has been a popular option for many people, especially state employees. Now for the first time, state employees in Virginia will be able to designate VaHomeschoolers as the recipient of their work place giving.
On the weekend of October 23 and 24, the National Mall in Washington D.C. will be the site of the first-ever national Science and Engineering Expo, with performances and activities for kids, teens and families. The two-day Expo will include more than 1,500 hands-on activities and over 75 stage shows. In the words of the [...]
It seems that the back-to-school season has inspired some recent media coverage of homeschooling. “Not everyone is going back to school” is the basic theme that VaHomeschoolers has noticed, accompanied by a human-interest angle that dispels stereotypes of homeschoolers as isolationists on society’s fringes and portrays us as a cross-section of the general American population [...]