Not back to school!
One year, I took my children to Discovery Place to enjoy a day out exploring. Last year, we took friends and went to Morrow Mountain State Park for a day of hiking, boating and taking in the view on the top of the mountain. For those new to the area, Morrow Mountain is located in Albemarle, just east of Charlotte in Stanly County. Many years ago when my oldest child was about 5, I began the year by visiting a new to our library. We enjoyed the adventure of going to a new library location and my son loved visiting the library weekly.
I would love to hear how you celebrated your “Not back to school” year!
I am delayed in posting this information this year because I have been busy with other family activities. My father had his second back surgery at the end of August and I have been assisting him and my mother in the world of physical rehabilitation. I have worked in this area as an Occupational Therapist for over 20 years.
I would like to welcome the new members who have joined and apologize for the delay in approving your memberships. Check out all the links found under the header tabs at the top of any page including LAWS, RESOURCES, EVENTS, GROUPS, BLOGS and especially the FORUM discussions. The FORUMS are the one area on this site that truly make this site unique. We have about 13 different categories for discussion and within those categories, anyone can start and respond to a discussion. Any member that is. I continue to screen all applicants to the site to approve only those people who are homeschooling within NC and SC, looking to move to this area, or are seriously considering homeschooling for their family. We do take advertising as a way to cover the costs of the site. My husband manages that end of the site.
I hope everyone has an enjoyable September and especially now that the weather is cooling off (at least for this week). And remember, you don’t have to have it all figured out to homeschool. You can change your mind at any time along the journey and make adjustments to best meet the needs of your family. The journey is more important than the “end product”. Our children can succeed, we need only to trust in them.
….Gina, who has always home/ unschooled her three children who are now18, 14, and 7.