Ice Cream Social Sept. 28
Friday Sept 28 from 6-9pm
Camp Jordan Pavilion in East Ridge
Near the Back of Camp Jordan closer to Ball Fields
Chattanooga area home school families will meet for an ice cream social. It will be a chance to fellowship, get to know more about what’s happening in the home school community, games for the kids, and also learn how we can plug in, support and encourage one another!
Come early if you want to bring a family picnic before the ice cream is served! We will have some games ready for the family and there is a playground near the pavilion for the kids. RSVP here.
➤ “Jeannette, you do so many things right but you are neglecting the one thing that God says will give you success.”
Also in your September Esprit newsletter:
➤ It’s amazing what a well trained 4-year-old can manage. Good habits, love of outdoors, knowing neighborhood animals make child ready for story time and books. Rochelle has more in her complete essay.
➤ Tammy tells how to light your child’s brain on fire.
Our work is God-given and we find great peace in remaining faithful to our task even if it’s only a fraction of a “perfect day” capacity. 4 tools to help during hard days as a homeschool mom. Also in your May/June Esprit newsletter:
➤ True or false: “My success as a mom depends on my curriculum”? Rebekah defies 4 popular lies
➤ Make love reign in your home, Tammy advises, or be a hypocrite
Overcoming homeschool year-end slog
Top Chattanooga grads talk about future
Outstanding homeschool grads in Chattanooga look to future prosperity, service. Gage Plotner and Andrew James-Catalano boost free market, pursuing own genius. Posted by NoogaRadio 92.7 FM on Monday, March 19, 2018
Esprit newsletter: Our favorite podcasts + apprentices wanted
Click here for a PDF of the March 2018 Esprit newsletter
Esprit newsletter: Good days — bad days
Click here for a PDF version of our February 2018 Esprit newsletter.
Click here for a printable PDF version of the Esprit
Welcome to homeschooling in Chattanooga
Your home education adventure is off to a great start in the Chattanooga area because so much of the field work has already been done.
Our homeschooling community is well established and supported. If you are considering home education, we hope you will recognize you are not alone. CSTHEA provides getting-started guides, mentor moms and points you to information on just about anything.
If you are a homeschooling family looking for guidance or moral support, you have come to the right place. We estimate about 1,500 families are homeschooling in the Chattanooga area.
Welcome to the community!
We will place all CSTHEA events but not practices in the calendar. Have an event that is not in the calendar? Send an email to Arthur Ruckman (ArthurRuckman@CSTHEA.org). Send your activity pictures to this address also and it may be featured on the website.