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Adult Program

Each month a new topic related to homeschooling is presented and discussed in the adult program either by a member or a guest speaker. Some examples of past topics are:

  • Complying With the Pennsylvania Homeschool Law
  • Teaching Special Needs Children
  • Time Management
  • Learning Styles of Children
  • The Father's Role In Homeschooling
  • Multi-Level Age Teaching

Children's Program

The supervised Children's Program, meets simultaneously with the Adult Program, but conveniently takes place in the downstairs church hall. Children from the age of 5 and older have the opportunity to actively participate with other homeschooled children in a learning environment while also having fun. Some past Children's Programs are:

  • Carnegie Science Center School Outreach Programs
  • Professional Cartoonist
  • American Sign Language Class
  • Costumed Historical Presentations of Pennsylvania History
  • Fire Safety

Teen Room

The Teen Room also meets simultaneously with the Adult Program and Children's Program, but in a classroom off of the downstairs fellowship hall. It is available to boys and girls between the ages of 12-17 (or 18, if still a Senior), for fellowship, snacks, and games. The supervising parent of the month is welcome to plan a special activity. Otherwise, teens are expected to bring board games to share with others for their mutual enjoyment.

 


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