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|PASS TESTS are in!!
Beginning Wednesday, April 1, tests can be picked up from the church (main campus) between the hours of 10am and 4pm.
For those in Bluffton, Okatie, Hilton Head,
Completed tests and signed disposal forms must be turned in by Wednesday, April 29th to be returned with the group.
As always, feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.
How does an online conference work?
Featuring over 40 speakers and 100 workshops! Workshop sessions will be prerecorded and can be watched from the comfort of your home whenever you want. Unlike an on-site convention where you have to pick and choose your sessions, you’ll have access to EVERY SINGLE workshop for an entire year.
Our Virtual Vendor Hall will be full of homeschooling resources, special pricing, freebies, and much more. Information is being added daily!
We’re bringing BJU to you
Due to precautions with COVID-19, we aren’t able to offer in-person visits, but we are excited to invite you to our first-ever Virtual College Up Close on Friday, April 3, at 11 a.m. EDT!
This fully online event will allow you to experience BJU from anywhere, on any device.
|•||Take a live virtual tour of campus led by student ambassadors.|
|•||Understand how different majors connect to various career paths.|
|•||Talk with a faculty member in your academic program of interest.|
|•||Get answers to your questions from an admission counselor.|
We’d love for you to see what your future at BJU could look like.
|High school seniors who meet with both Admission and faculty could win a $1,000 BJU scholarship!|
Dear friends, normally by now we would be sending out an email giving you instuctions on the Stanford test which we administer in May. Well, since nothing is normal at this point and we need about a months lead time to get it done, we have decided to postpone the test until the first week of June…..tentatively. As soon as we confirm whether or not that will happen, I will post here. Meanwhile if you want to go ahead and test on your own, here is the link: https://homeschooltestingservices.com/
Thanks for understanding……….
And remember “Be ye kind” if you have the opportunity to share!
My next door neighbors have their home for sale……if you are looking in the Pigeon Point area, this is it : https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1402-Church-St-Beaufort-SC-29902/66660372_zpid/
Dear CBCCA Parents, thank you to all who came to the fellowship last night. The CBCCA staff puts a lot of time and effort in to bringing content that we feel will encourage you in your homeschool journey. Not to mention the preparation of those who offer that encouragement.
This time of year I get phone calls as to how many meetings you have attended. About one third of you have attended the required 3 meetings. About one third have attended 2 meetings and the remaining one third have only attended one, or none.
I just want to remind you that when you filled out the application, you committed to attending the required 3 meetings; I don’t see this as a commitment to me or CBCCA but to our heavenly Father. We want to be gracious and flexible, but failure to attend these required meetings could put your next application to CBCCA in jeopardy.
Having said that I look forward to a record turn out at our last Fellowship of the year on April 11th!
SELLING: Rod and Staff 6th Grade English Student Text and Teacher’s Manual $22.00 for the set.
Pet free home.
Please email Jennifer Bales- firstname.lastname@example.org
(ONLY ONE MORE MEETING AFTER THIS!)
We will be offering parents two choices on Tuesday evening!
Reading Good Books With Our Kids
Led by Zoe Howard, she says: My goal is to encourage parents to embrace good books as a way of teaching discernment, to broaden our kids’ horizons, and to spark a love of learning in them. I’ll share some ways to find great books and to help our kids choose well. We’ll explore the benefits of reading a wide variety of genres with our kids.
Questions we’ll discuss:
-Does it really matter what books my kids are reading, as long as they are reading a lot? My kid loves to read, but I don’t know where to find good books. How can I help my kids to choose wisely? Should I pre-read everything before I give it to my kids? My kid hates reading, what can I do? How can I use the public library more? My kid only wants to read science fact books, how can I get him to read stories/literature? I don’t enjoy reading aloud and my kids don’t want to listen anyway, what to do? What about books that have bad language/sinful choices/etc? I need some book recommendations!
2. Dual Enrollment with Point University
JANICE TINSLEY-ENROLLMENT SERVICES COORDINATOR, SAVANNAH http://www.point.edu “Educating students for Christ‑centered service and leadership throughout the world.” She is asking parents to “please consider as our program is pivotal for Christian students being in a Christian college class room experience, as opposed to a secular environment locally.” This should be of great interest to any parents of a high school student!
She will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. Consider inviting other parents of teens who may not be homeschooled with CBCCA, they are encouraged to attend.