Social Networks on Facebook for Home School Support Group Leaders
Editors of Networks
A2Z Home’s Cool Group Sites
AN A TO Z RESOURCE
A multi-user WorkPress site where you can create a blog and a private group for your support group FOR FREE while immediately having all public posts made available on A2Zhomeschooling.com relevant search results.
Homeschool Webmasters Facebook Group
AN A TO Z FACEBOOK GROUP
A “techy talk” Facebook group for those creating or maintaining homeschooling websites, blogs, and groups.
Support Group Leaders other than Technical
Homeschool Co-op Leaders Support Group
This group is intended to help those who are leaders of homeschool co-ops or are trying to start a homeschool co-op to share ideas, lend support and generally help each other on the journey.
Homeschool Support Group Leaders
This Facebook group is specifically designed for Christian Homeschool Support Group Leaders. We believe that Support Group Leaders are heroes, who are making sacrifices to help others.
HOPE for Homeschool Leaders
Feel like you’re juggling chainsaws while trying to chew gum and roller skate? Then, you might be a Homeschool Leader….LOL!
I am a Homeschool Group Leader
This group was created to provide homeschool group leaders a safe place where they can be uplifted and connected with others who know just how they feel. Members are encouraged to ask questions and share their ideas and insights and advice in a relaxed and positive atmosphere.
Best Selling Homeschool Books Q1 2017
WV Homeschool Support Group Leaders
This is a group for WV Homeschool Leaders to share and support each other as they help their fellow homeschoolers.
A Guide for Treasurers
by Carol Topp CPA
Does your homeschool group manage their money well? Do you have a budget and know where the money is spent? Do you know how to prevent fraud? Carol Topp, CPA can help your homeschool organization with the important topic of money management for homeschool organizations. Her book will help you with the following:
• How to manage a cash only group
•When to open a separate checking account
•Guidelines to prevent mistakes and fraud
•What software can help you keep the books
•How to prepare and read a financial statement
•Why you need a budget
•What to do when your group grows larger
•Sample forms and examples of financial statements in clear English are provided.
•Also covered are using Quickbooks, collecting fees, creating a budget, preventing fraud, insurance, and hiring paid teachers.
•All written specifically for homeschool groups.