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Homeschoolers - Newsletters

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published on 06/26/2002

Homeschoolers Summer News Update

Author of Homeschoolers Newsletters

Pool Party
Saturday, August 17, 8-10 PM (yes, PM); SM Pool
Reserve this date for some splashin' wet family fun
Proposed cost: $5/family
Details TBA

Surveys are available from Diane. Please contact her if you have not filled one out. The information that you provide should help with plans for the 2002-03 schoolyear.

Classes in Spanish, science, computer, drama, and sewing are in the works. Watch for more information later.

Algebra for Homeschoolers will meet twice a week, Monday and Friday, 3 - 4 PM on the mountain. Textbook: Harold R. Jacobs, Elementary Algebra (W.H. Freeman). Cost: $5 per student per week (no more than $7.50 per family). Taught by Mark McClay. Enrollment is limited and the class is filling up, so register soon! or

Classes on the Inside of Computers:
Chris Klapp, who fixes computers to support himself during college is offering hands-on experience seeing first hand how to work on computers and how to build them. Prices: $17/hour per student in a class of 3 or 4; $21/hour per student in a class of 2; $33/hour per student for individual instruction. References are available. Email ; or . All new students during the months of June and July receive a free computer t-shirt!

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