Teamwork for Homeschool Support Groups
AN A TO Z ARTICLE
Whether yours is a new group just starting out or one that has been together longer, consider adding some fun team building activities to your next meeting. By Kris Bordessa.
Consensus is a process for making decisions without voting. By Dorothy Werner, Illinois HOUSE.
Best Selling Homeschool Books Q2 2017
Find Your Tribe: How to start a homeschool support group
It can often take a while to find just the right support group – and sometimes, you may even need to start your own. Are you scratching your head wondering how to start a homeschool support group? I’ve got tips! By Kris Bales.
Forming a Homeschool Support Group
Written from a Christian perspective, but useful to all trying to form a homeschool support group. First, check to see if you can work within the existing support group to meet those needs and improve that group. If the leaders of that group don’t wish to do this, and if there are other homeschoolers who have this need, then it may be time to move forward to form a new group. By Pete Storz with help from Mary Leggewie.
Homeschool Group Leader
We wish that we would have had a resource like HGLeader when we began serving as group leaders. Blog of tips and resources by Kristen & Denise.
Homeschool Organization Board Manual
Author and homeschool advisor, Carol Topp, CPA, has created an organizer for homeschool boards. This is more than just a few cover sheets for your binder. It is also a 55-page board training manual with helpful articles. It is a template to create a board member binder.