Introduction to Homeschooling

A Workshop for Parents

Interested in Homeschooling

 

Thursday August 10, 2017

6-8pm

Large Program Room
 

Melissa Robb, homeschooler with 6 years of experience and an ENRICHri board member, and Bev Burgess, experienced homeschool mom and State Coordinator for ENRICHri, will present this program that covers the basics of homeschooling.


The topics that will be discussed include:

  • Homeschooling in Rhode Island: state laws, district policies and what to submit
  • 1001 Reasons Families Choose to Homeschool
  • Homeschooling Resources in RI
  • Nay-Sayers: Your Spouse, Your Family, Strangers and Maybe Even That Little Voice in Your Own Head

     

    This program is sponsored by ENRICHri  (a 501(3)c non-profit, RI-based, secular homeschool group).  Check us out at - www.enrichri.org 

    After the program, they welcome you to stay and chat!

     

    To RSVP or for more information contact the children’s room at 769-9044 x2

     

     

     

    Woonsocket Harris Public Library     

    303 Clinton St, Woonsocket RI

    401-769-9044

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