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This is a wonderful opportunity to sell some of your curriculum, buy someone else’s, or both! Book Drop-Off Drop-off for books will be Wednesday, July 10 from 12-4pm, or Thursday, July 11 from 12-1:30pm. If that window of time does not work, please contact LeAnne McAllister (503) 837-9158 or Teresa Hicks (503) 798-6142 to make a special arrangement. Seller Information: To prepare your materials, each item needs the following information clearly marked on a 3x5 card and firmly attached: name (address labels…Find out more »
Wonders of Science Summer Camps help your kids: Enjoy creation on a whole different dimension Develop an active, lifelong interest in exploring His Creation Be equipped to see through the false claims of evolution Sign up for the Wonders of Science Summer Camp! La Grande, OR August 12-15 For more information - Specific science camp flyers - General information about science camps - Science camp registrationFind out more »
Homeschoolers have unique and exciting advantages in the future of careers. Don't wait until after high school. Start exploring future careers now. Early registration discount--purchase before September 1st for a better price! Join this 4-hour workshop to learn: How careers have changed in recent years How students can assess their suitability for specific careers Paths that families can explore in career planning What experts are predicting for the future of careers Hear from a panel of homeschooled graduates who will…Find out more »
Outdoor hands on learning, recreation, evening sessions to build faith in the Bible’s teaching of creation and the flood through compelling science presentations. Overnight, Monday through Friday. Songs, skits, and fun $205/$30 early bird discount if registered with $50 non-refundable deposit by March 31st or $20 discount if registered April 30th, $150 for counselors. Deadline for registration May 30th More info: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 971-241-2225Find out more »
In the predominant view of education, the student’s primary job is to consume and store information, much like a computer. But such a view misses the true nature of learning. Learning is a dynamic process in which a student, like an apprentice, slowly builds skills and knowledge, constantly self-correcting toward mastery and a sound worldview. A key component of the process—frequently overlooked in modern education—is a student’s moral orientation toward truth. In this conference, we will explore the art of…Find out more »