"Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it." Proverbs 22:6
Items Of Interest
> The London Bridge Leo Club is a youth organization for students ages 12 through 18. Meetings are run by the students. The Leo Club objective is to "To provide the youth of the world with an opportunity for development and contribution, individually and as a community." They meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m., in the Little Theatre at the high school. (Next to the Performing Arts Center.) Members of this club attend various schools in our community, along with homeschooled students. Leo Club is affiliated with the London Bridge Lion's Club and the adult adviser is Mary Seay. Parents, you are encouraged to stay for the first meeting so you may ask any questions after the meeting is over. If your child decides to join you may complete a membership form. There is no cost to join. Meeting attendance is not mandatory.
>Soldiers for Christ is a non-profit, non-denominational organization committed to reaching out to boys and girls with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Soldiers for Christ is a learn & earn program. It is based on a point system where all members can earn free Rockets as they learn and grow in their knowledge of Christ. S.F.C meets every Tuesday night from 6:30 to 8 p.m., and Saturday mornings at 10:00 am, at Christ Alive Apostolic Worship Center located at 2770 North Kiowa Blvd. All children age 7 and up are welcome to attend. Optional membership is $20, and they receive a tshirt and Bible. Rockets are launched the first Saturday of each month. For more information contact Lupe at 928-486-5093 or Tim at 928-453-4426
> HCHE has joined Grand Canyon University's Alliance Program for Homeschool Achievement, (ALPHA). There are various benefits for the entire family. The dual enrollment program is available to eligible homeschooled 10th-12th grade students. The qualified student may take up to eight classes on-line for only $210.00 per class, plus an $85.00 e-book fee. This is an amazing opportunity to earn college credits at a Christian university. If you are interested, view this list of Grand Canyon University Dual Enrollment Courses offered on-line. In addition, there are tuition discounts also available to parents, and more. GCU's webpage Alliance Program for Homeschool Achievement provides information. Direct any questions to Pat, our HCHE ALPHA contact.
> Every year homeschool parents may request a new Mohave County homeschool ID card for their student(s). Contact the Mohave County Superintendent's office at 928-753-0747.
> Homeschool Buyers Co-op offers free homeschool student ID cards to print at home. They also offer a PVC card option at a fee of $7.95 for the first card and $5.95 for additional cards.
> Pat has HCHE informational flyers for anyone that wants them. Please post an HCHE Flyer in your Christian church if there is not one currently on display. Contact Pat.
> Pat is storing our H.C.H.E. Bookshelf in her home. Books are available to members for free. Call or e-mail Pat with your needs.
> If you are looking for books on home schooling or teaching ideas, some are located in three different areas of the Mohave County Library. There is a section in "Kid's Town" that has books and magazines. (See the children's librarian.) There are also numerous books in the adult section under the numbers 649 and 370-371.