Sunday, September 11, 2016

Back to Homeschool Monthly Meeting!

Hey everyone!

We are looking forward to seeing you all at our "Back to School" AHSL meeting this Tuesday night, September 13th. This will be a fun evening for everyone. We will provide ice cream and toppings for everyone, because, what could be more fun than visiting over some yummy ice cream, right?



We will also provide opportunity for people to ask and answer questions about homeschooling. No question is off limits!

Here are some common questions we usually get:

• “How do I teach more than one grade at a time?” 
• “What do I do with my younger children during school time?”
• “Do I have to assign grades?”
• “What do I do with a high-schooler?”
• “How do I teach a subject that I know nothing about?”
• “Wait! I have to cook dinner, too?”
• “How do I know what subjects (or curriculum) to use?”


This will be a perfect opportunity to mingle with “seasoned” homeschoolers and new homeschoolers alike for good fun, and great info - so bring your friendly faces!

*Added BONUS!*

Some of our teens have volunteered to provide childcare! Feel free to bring along a favorite board game to share during the meeting!

We can’t wait to see you!


When: Tuesday, September 13, from 7-9 PM
Where: Evangelical Methodist Church (off of Okisko Road in Elizabeth City)
What: Ice Cream Social and “Back to School” Meeting
Why: To meet and encourage others in their homeschool journey

Monday, August 8, 2016

Back to School Picnic!


In less than TWO weeks Albemarle Homeschool League will be holding our

picnic to kick off the 2016-2017 school year!
It will be held at the Forest Pavilion on the USCG Base in Elizabeth City from 10 am- 2 pm, on Saturday, August 20.
The hope is that many of you will be able to come, and it is strongly encouraged that you bring friends who are interested in and/or planning to homeschool this coming year.
For those who were members last year and plan to register again this year, simply needed are your last name and the number of people coming.
Any guests will need to RSVP with the following information:
First and last name of each person coming
Driver License number of the person(s) driving
Inform us if anyone is not a U.S. citizen
Lunch will be served at noon. AHSL will provide all paper products and cups, and several people will be making NC pork barbeque. Each family should bring either a side dish, dessert and/or drink.
The USCG Beach on base is available to those who would like to go after the picnic. Remember to bring chairs, sunscreen, towels, beach toys, etc. Covered picnic tables will be available.
Registration forms will be available for those who want to join AHSL, so please come prepared to pay the registration fee ($30.00). Also, remember that the cost of registration will increase the first of September!
Please RSVP to: theahslteachers@gmail.com or call Tricia @ 252-264-3463

Thursday, July 23, 2015

WELCOME!






"Learning Together"


Welcome to our website! AHSL is made up of families from all over Northeastern North Carolina, better known as the Albemarle area. We are founded on Christian principles, but welcome anyone from any religious or ethnic background. We come together for support, meetings, co-ops, fieldtrips, and many other fellowship opportunities. Whether you are new to homeschooling or a veteran, please come to one of our monthly meetings and get to know us. Please take an opportunity to look around the website and discover for yourself a little of who we are and what we are about. Our News & Events section will show you the numerous educational and fellowship opportunities available to our members. If you would like to know more of our history and background please take a look at the "About Us" section. If you have further questions or cannot find the information that you are looking for, please feel free to contact us and one of our members will respond to you shortly.

Contact Us: For more information, email us at theahslteachers@gmail.com.

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By-Laws & Registration:For a copy of our By-laws and registration, go to "more" above and click the tab "By-laws & Registration".

What is AHSL?
AHSL is a network of like minded people providing unconditional living support to homeschooling families in the Albemarle area.

Our History:
AHSL is a support cooperative founded on godly principles by godly people to effectively support homeschool families in their home education endeavors, regardless of sex, race, religion, creed, color or national origin.

Our Purpose:
AHSL endeavors to provide unconditional loving support to homeschool families through life enriching opportunities and fellowship.

What Are Enrichment Events?
Any activity designed to educate, motivate, inspire, admonish or otherwise support and encourage us to be better stewards of our lives.

What We Do:
We have regular gatherings and coordination meetings to provide enrichment opportunities for all school age children and their parents.  All corporate activities are ideas of the membership that are facilitated by the Coordination Team.  A monthly newsletter is published to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas through articles submitted by students or parents concerning homeschool issues, as well as a place for the offering of available homeschool items.  AHSL maintains a website for the ongoing support for all homeschool families.


Why Join AHSL?
Field trips
Enrichment activities
Newsletters
Directory of Fellow Homeschoolers
Resource Manual
Fellowship opportunities
Lending Library
Testing Information and Resources

Tuesday, December 25, 2012


WELCOME!






"Learning Together"


Welcome to our website! AHSL is made up of families from all over Northeastern North Carolina, better known as the Albemarle area. We are founded on Christian principles, but welcome anyone from any religious or ethnic background. We come together for support, meetings, co-ops, fieldtrips, and many other fellowship opportunities. Whether you are new to homeschooling or a veteran, please come to one of our monthly meetings and get to know us. Please take an opportunity to look around the website and discover for yourself a little of who we are and what we are about. Our News & Events section will show you the numerous educational and fellowship opportunities available to our members. If you would like to know more of our history and background please take a look at the "About Us" section. If you have further questions or cannot find the information that you are looking for, please feel free to contact us and one of our members will respond to you shortly.

Contact Us: For more information, email us at theahslteachers@gmail.com.

.

By-Laws & Registration:For a copy of our By-laws and registration, go to "more" above and click the tab "By-laws & Registration".

What is AHSL?
AHSL is a network of like minded people providing unconditional living support to homeschooling families in the Albemarle area.

Our History:
AHSL is a support cooperative founded on godly principles by godly people to effectively support homeschool families in their home education endeavors, regardless of sex, race, religion, creed, color or national origin.

Our Purpose:
AHSL endeavors to provide unconditional loving support to homeschool families through life enriching opportunities and fellowship.

What Are Enrichment Events?
Any activity designed to educate, motivate, inspire, admonish or otherwise support and encourage us to be better stewards of our lives.

What We Do:
We have regular gatherings and coordination meetings to provide enrichment opportunities for all school age children and their parents.  All corporate activities are ideas of the membership that are facilitated by the Coordination Team.  A monthly newsletter is published to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas through articles submitted by students or parents concerning homeschool issues, as well as a place for the offering of available homeschool items.  AHSL maintains a website for the ongoing support for all homeschool families.


Why Join AHSL?
Field trips
Enrichment activities
Newsletters
Directory of Fellow Homeschoolers
Resource Manual
Fellowship opportunities
Lending Library
Testing Information and Resources