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SHABACH! Christian Academy Homeschool

Homeschool Connections 
Vol. 4. No. 2. October 18, 2022 

Academic Planning Calendar
(October- November) 
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HOMESCHOOL COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES CORNER
(FIELD TRIPS, EVENTS, & CLUBS)

Field Trips

Kids with Pumpkins

FIELD TRIP: Montpelier Farms (Pumpkin Patch)-                   * no transportation         Download Flyer

 

DATE: October 25th

LOCATION: 1720 North Crain Hwy., Upper Marlboro, MD 20774

SIGN-UP FORM & ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Montpelier Farms (Pumpkin Patch) 

INFORMATION: 

https://www.montpelierfarms.com/ 

Home Grown Squash
Red Tractor in Field

Clubs (On-Site)

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Chess Game
Bookshelf
Group of Women
  • Tuesday, October 11th - Game Day Club (3:30-4:30) (ES/ MS) *IN PERSON

  • Tuesday, October 13th - Moms Club (3:30-4:30)

  • Tuesday, October 13th - Book Club (3:30-4:30)  (MS/ HS) *IN PERSON

  • Thursday, October 27th- Real Talk Club (3:30-4:30) (HS) *IN PERSON

Colorful Dice
Discussing Books

Events

No Events in October

Home Grown Squash
Red Tractor in Field

COMMUNITY Connections

ANNOUNCEMENT: GOVERNOR HOGAN PROCLAIMED OCTOBER STEM EDUCATION MONTH!  CHECK OUT EVENTS ACROSS THE STATE OF MARYLAND AT https://marylandstemfestival.org/ 

STEM OPPORTUNITY: HOMESCHOOL DAY AT THE B&O RAILROAD MUSEUM

 

We are happy to announce that registration is now open for our October 19th Homeschool Day, the first of the 2022-2023 school year at the B&O Railroad Museum. This year our first Homeschool Day with be STEM themed, featuring tours and workshops with STEM content.  

NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

The FAFSA form allows you to be considered for federal student aid. In addition, states and colleges use FAFSA information to award their own grants, scholarships, and loans. But, since aid is limited, you must meet the deadlines!




Student Identification Cards
Use the link above to create your student’s personal ID.

DETAILS:
Please copy and paste the information below HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW for ALL ID fields indicated that are NOT specific to your student(s).
  • Name (example): Jonathan Morrison (your student’s first and last name and middle initial if desired).
  • School Name: SHABACH! Christian Academy Homeschool 
  • Address and Phone Number: 3600 Brightseat Rd.   *   301.772.8591
  • Grade (example): 8th Grade (your student’s ordinal grade followed by the word “Grade”).
  • Year(s): 2022-2023
SHABACH! Homeschool Oversight Training Presentation
If you missed the training session, please see the above link to the PDF provided.

STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT
Select "Read More" to access the Student Code of Conduct (select download to save a copy for your records). Please review the document with your student(s) and complete and submit the form ASAP. Students will be required to have a completed and submitted Student Code of Conduct to attend any future events/classes.

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REMINDER! ALL ON-SITE PROGRAM QUERIES SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO MS. PERKINS AT 
editaperkins623@gmail.com

Youth Conference
Concrete Wall

IMPORTANT RESOURCES, LINKS, & REMINDERS

Student Technology Requirements (ON-SITE)
Each student should have available to them a device, preferably a laptop or desktop, to complete their online assignments on-site.  They will also need the following: a printer, copy paper, and ink in their home workspace. Uniforms 
Here is the information for ordering SHABACH! uniform shirts. All students should have 1-2 shirts for attending onsite classes, events, clubs, chapel, field trips, etc. Jeans with no holes are acceptable bottoms.
All American Wear School Uniforms
5001 – B Forbes Blvd
Lanham, MD 20706
(301) 459‐5000

Student Technology Requirements (ON-SITE)
Each student should have available to them a device, preferably a laptop or desktop, to complete their online assignments on-site.  They will also need the following: a printer, copy paper, and ink in their home workspace.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Students observed struggling with the onsite course content after 3 weeks, will be advised to hire a private tutor for their student moving forward. We do not want to hinder the success of any student, so, you also may be asked to withdraw your student from the class to pursue a more individualized plan. Parents will be notified via email and/or a phone call by the teacher.

Tuition Questions
Please always send tuition questions to mmay@smionline.org and copy amgibson@smionline.org. ALL other emails, documents, etc. should always go to info@scahomeschool.net.

Parent/Guardian Volunteer Opportunities
(you must sign up for three separate events/dates)


•    Hall Monitor (click here)
•    Year Book Committee – Use the "Contact Us" form below for more information
•    Field Trip Planning Committee – Contact Mrs. Tabarez at (301) 655-8140  

Position Descriptions: 
   Hall Monitor: oversees the general safety of the Homeschool campus. As a hall monitor, you help provide a safe learning environment for the students, teachers, and other school staff. Your job duties range from patrolling the grounds, to escorting students to and from the snack rooms/lunch room, to compiling reports on student behavior.
•    Year Book Committee: advise and provide guidance and direction on the yearbook, outlining the yearbook’s layout and overall design, help develop the yearbook’s theme and style, develop the yearbook’s content, edit photos and copy in the yearbook, including labeling and cropping images where needed, check the yearbook for spelling and grammatical errors and also be responsible for fact checking, and will work with the Administrators to develop interesting and factual copy for the yearbook, work with Administrators and members of the committee to finalize the submission details on yearbook including publishing, printing, and supervising the yearbook orders/sales.
•    Field Trip Planning Committee:  responsible for organizing and facilitating interactive learning opportunities for the school’s parent/student community that include curriculum centric enrichment activities focused on meeting grade level standards; and organizing and facilitating field trips and special events for the school. The employee will act as a liaison between the school and its families.

review the document with your student(s) and complete and submit the form ASAP. Students will be required to have a completed and submitted Student Code of Conduct to attend any future events/classes.


 

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