Join CERC co-founder, Shari Nelson and CERC Board President, Michelle Nott for this highly informative and FREE webinar as they answer the question, “Homeschool? How?”
June 29, 2020 Session 1: Home school? How? 10 am -12 pm Session 2: High School DNA 1 pm – 3 pm
Session 1 Homeschool? How? Topics will include: *Texas requirements *How to withdraw your student from public school *What type of learner do I have? *Choosing a curriculum *Is a co-op right for my family? *Standardized testing And MORE!
Session 2 High School DNA Topics will include: *What paperwork should I keep? *How do I prepare a transcript? *What classes are required in the State of Texas? *How do I prepare my college bound student? *What is Dual Credit? *Alternatives to college *PSAT/SAT/ACT *Counseling your high school student And MORE!
Join us for one or both of these informative sessions! Tell a friend, bring your questions and register below!! You don’t want to miss this! When: June 29, 2020 Session 1: 10 am – 12 pm Session 2: 1 pm – 3 pm A Zoom invitation link will be sent to the email you use to register.
If you have any questions, please email Michelle Nott at Nottfamily5@gmail.com When registering, please tell us if you will be attending session 1, 2 or both sessions. Include your name and email address. Register Now There is no limit on attendance!
Ray and Charlene Notgrass are veteran homeschooling parents who love history. They have enjoyed visiting historic sites around Texas. The photos above are from the Lanier Theological Library in Houston, the George H. W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in College Station, and a point on the Chisholm Trail in Fort Worth.
They will be in Rowlett on March 4 with a fun presentation for parents. Ray will share fascinating stories from American history, looking at how faith, compassion, and determination have motivated people to work for the greater good. Charlene will talk about how you can use field trips near and far to learn about history, even with limited time and a limited budget.
When: Saturday, March 4, 2017, at 11:00 am
The program will last about an hour with time to chat and ask questions. You will also have an opportunity to browse Notgrass History resources that help homeschooling parents teach the heart, soul, and mind.
Needing some new ideas or direction in home-educating your child(ren)? Do you know a family considering homeschooling?
Then come and bring a friend!
Families with children from pre-school to high school will learn about the requirements and laws in Texas, especially transitioning into high school. We will discuss time management, learning styles, curriculum choices, teaching philosophies, area and online resources, support groups, co-ops, college admissions, transcripts, testing, and the costs of homeschooling.
Do you have questions about home educating your children?
Are you curious if homeschooling is for your family?
Do you need help preparing your high schooler for college?