Apple Pie Day

Apple Pie Day happens every other year and is a time when homeschoolers in Oregon come together to visit legislators legislators and the governor, delivering home-baked apple pies and packets of information promoting home education. Apple Pie Day is a wonderful way for families to participate in efforts to protect and expand homeschool freedoms in Oregon!

The next Apple Pie Day will be in spring 2019.

Visit your legislators, tour the Capitol and Supreme Court, attend a rally, learn about our state government, sing in the Statewide Homeschool Choir, and meet home educators from all over Oregon. It’s an exciting experience!

Senator Sarah Gelser and homeschool families from her district

State Senator Sarah Gelser receiving an apple pie from homeschool families from her district during the 2015 Apple Pie Day.

Each legislative session new Representatives and Senators fill the halls of the Capitol. These are the men and women who enact laws impacting our families. It is important that they get a chance to meet homeschool families from their district and learn how much you value your freedom to homeschool.

Apple Pie Day makes visiting your legislators easy. You bring an apple pie and we provide the information on homeschooling. Then you take your whole family to meet your legislators. They will be delighted to meet your well behaved children and you can tell them how much you appreciate the freedom we have to home educate in Oregon!


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