Schoolhouse Teachers

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  History is one of those subjects that has a nearly endless variety of topics to choose from. You can choose to learn about people who lived 200 years ago or 2,000 years ago. You can choose to learn about the history of a culture that lived 200 miles from where you are now or

Decisions and Direction

Wednesday, 04 November 2015 by
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  The staff and the teachers here at consider it a privilege to provide assistance throughout the various stages of life. Money 101 with David Kimball is a self-paced course for students in middle school and high school. It is designed to help teenagers understand the principles behind wise financial decisions so they can

The Adventure of a Lifetime

Monday, 02 November 2015 by
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  There is no greater adventure than walking with God. Now kids can enjoy Bible stories in French. Bible Adventures in French with Pip Dumbill is a series of illustrated Bible stories for children in preschool through elementary school. Each month, a new Bible story will be shared in English in three weekly installments. On

Heritage and History

Wednesday, 28 October 2015 by
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  Columbus Day has come and gone, but you can still learn all about him in American History for Beginners. This fabulous course is new to and is geared toward elementary students. Taught by Jennifer Dodrill, this thirty-four week study of early American history begins with Columbus’ discovery of the New World in 1492

A Media-rich Education

Monday, 26 October 2015 by
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  We are bombarded by media of all kinds, some of it useful, some of it not so much. Through, you have the opportunity to give purpose to the media used in your home and in your school . . . Right Now! Thanks to our partnership with RightNow Media, you and your children

Organize and Prioritize

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 by
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  Is your house like mine? Do the dishes pile up? Does the furniture need a good dusting? Do you have piles of organized chaos like I do? Organization is not one of my strong suits. Leslie Jacobs is here to help us with Everyday Organization. With 116 simple organizational tips for simplifying your homes

Enjoy the Great Outdoors

Monday, 19 October 2015 by
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  While you’re sitting on your couch or at your dining room table doing school, why not take a trip? Visit landmarks across the USA with Everyday Explorers – USA. Created by Julie Coney, this course allows students in all grade levels to study interesting facts about the United States and its history. There are

Full Speed Ahead

Wednesday, 14 October 2015 by
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  My firstborn is a senior this year. I wonder where the time has gone. Sadly, it isn’t slowing down. We have to think about college and scholarships. I’ve been told the senior year just flies by. Thankfully, I have help. College Choice Guidance with Andy Erickson helps high school students choose a college and