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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

That's all folks!

I apologize. This message went out on Facebook last month, but I forgot to post it here.

>>IMPORTANT HSG ANNOUNCEMENT<<
Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls!
It has been a pleasure to serve the homeschool community for the last 8 years, but that chapter has officially come to a close for the Weeks family.
That's all Folks!

Blessings to you and yours,
Tika Weeks
Admin for HSG

Sunday, June 14, 2015

HSG: CLOSED FOR SUMMER

ATTENTION: The HSG website and Facebook page will be CLOSED for Summer! See you in mid-August as we prepare to enter into the new school year, but until then, enjoy this time with your family. We'll be doing the same!

Blessings,
Tika Weeks and family
The HS Gathering ~Southern Oregon

Monday, June 8, 2015

Wonders of Science Summer Camp

From Steve Holst:

Medford camps are July 20-24th at the Madrone Trail Charter School on Ross Ln.  Camp 1 is for 5-12 year olds, and Camp 2 is for 10-15 year olds.  For more info and to find out what others have said about the camps go to www.livingwatershomeschoolcourses.com

Thursday, June 4, 2015

[OT] Cougar Sighting in Grants Pass

Mountain Lion (Cougar) sighting

Location: Northwest and Southwest Grants Pass

Date/Time: June 3rd 2015 at 7:00 PM and June 4th 2015 at 4:00 AM

DETAILS:
On Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015 at approximately 7:00 PM a mountain lion was sighted in the area of NW Prospect Ave., near Gilbert Creek.

More info and WHAT TO DO here: https://www.grantspassoregon.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=166

Arrows Info Meeting

From Arrows Christian Homeschool Community:

Come hear about the Mission, Vision and Purpose for Arrows Christian Homeschool Community from Arrows Director, Becky Abrams.

Monday, June 8 at 10:00am - 12:00pm
FREE

Email Becky for directions to her home.
Hosted by Becky Abrams
541-292-2199
becky@arrowschc.com

Children are welcome.

Monday, June 1, 2015

HSG Used Curriculum Sale 6/12

2nd Annual HSG Used Curriculum Sale 

Friday, June 12th @9-12 pm 

1119 Dakota Ave, Medford

https://www.facebook.com/events/847186648708799/

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Mayor & Council Seek Youth for Commission Vacancies

Complete details here: http://www.ci.medford.or.us/News.asp?NewsID=5242


MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL SEEK YOUTH FOR COMMISSIONS

The Medford Mayor and City Council are looking for people interested in serving on city boards, commissions, and committees.  Application forms are available in the City Manager’s Office, located inside the City Hall, 411 West 8th Street, Room 310 as well as on the City website at www.ci.medford.or.us.  Online submittal of applications is also available on the website.  Applications accepted until June 15, 2015.  Residency in the City of Medford is not a requirement for service as a youth member.  However, representatives must be enrolled in one of the following schools:  South Medford High, North Medford High, Cascade High, St. Mary’s High or can be home schooled.  Additional information can be obtained by calling (541) 774‑2000.

Mayor’s Youth Advisory Commission:   Multiple positions.  The objective of the Commission is to serve as an advisory body to the Medford City Council on matters concerning youth and youth activities.  Representatives of each class (grades 9-12) from the following schools, as well as home schools, are encouraged to apply:  South Medford High, North Medford High, Cascade Christian High and St. Mary’s High Schools.  Residency in the City of Medford is not a requirement.  Two letters of recommendation must be submitted at the time of application.  If you apply online, letters of recommendation can be submitted at your interview.  Commission terms run from July 1 through June 30 each year.

Youth Member of the Arts Commission:  One full-term position.  The objective of the Commission is to serve as an advisory body to the Medford City Council on matters pertaining to the selection, acquisition, restoration and preventive maintenance of public art.  Also advises the City Council regarding arts promotion, encouragement of the arts, and artistic performances to help foster broad participation in and understanding of the arts and their value to the Medford community. The term for the youth member of the Arts Commission runs from July 1 through June 30 each year.

Youth Member of the Parks and Recreation Commission:  One full-term position.  The objective of the Commission is to serve as an advisory body to the Medford City Council on matters pertaining to the acquisition and development of public parks, greenways and spaces, and recreation facilities, and also on matters pertaining to promotion and encouragement of the arts and artistic performances and the use of monies in the Art Fund.  The term for the youth member of the Parks and Recreation Commission runs from July 1 through June 30 each year.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

For families with autistic children

From the Randall Theatre:

"SPECIAL FREE SHOWING OF "LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS" FOR FAMILIES WITH AUTISTIC CHILDREN - TUESDAY, MAY 12TH AT 7 PM.

This past Sunday, a family with an autistic child felt they had to leave the matinee showing due to a less than patient audience member who just did not understand the needs of the child.

Although they did not have to leave, they felt it was the right thing to do. Once I found out about the situation, I asked the cast and crew if we could do a special show for this family and the response was a resounding "YES" from everyone. Once I spoke to this family, we both agreed that it would be a wonderful opportunity to invite other families with autistic children.

If you know of any families that have a child or children with Autism that might want to come, please have them call the theater to arrange for their free tickets. 541-632-3258."

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

[JCHE] Used Curriculum Sale 5/30

JCHE Used Curriculum Sale
Saturday, May 30th
9:00 - 2:00

The JCHE Used Curriculum Sale is fast approaching!  So go through your books now to determine if you have items to sell, and mark your calendars. The sale will be the same format as the previous years in that you will label your books and then they will be put on tables according to categories.

The sale will be at West Main Church of Christ, 1701 West Main, in Medford, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm on Saturday, May 30th. If you are selling, it will be just $5.00 to sell, ( but free if you still have a valid JCHE subscription). Sellers will bring their books on Friday, May 29th between 2:00 and 6:00 pm. You may download the Used Curriculum Sale packet (with the revised dates!) from the JCHE website at http://jchenews.org/NewsletterDL2.html under the “ Newsletter Download section, which has all the information you will need and the master copy of the inventory sheet to copy. To sign up to sell and volunteer, call Debbie Ripley at 541-601-9198.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Homeschool Ballroom Dance Performance

Homeschool Ballroom Dance Performance

If your student is interested in taking a Ballroom Dance class (Swing, Fox Trot, Waltz, Tango and More), come watch our spring performance. Saturday night May 2nd. First show at 6:30pm, followed by second show at 8pm. Late show will include a short ballroom lesson and dancing. Tickets are $3, contact DeeAnn Todd for information.

Monday, April 20, 2015

OCEANetwork Conf Registration OPEN

Conference Registration Opens 8 a.m.

Monday, April 20th 

REGISTER EARLY, GET EARLY ADMISSION TO THE USED CURRICULUM EXCHANGE

Homeschooling produces excellence in academics, in character, and in strong families. Homeschooling also presents challenges and opportunities to grow. Being with your children 24/7/365 can put unusual stress on marriages, finances, and parent-child relationships. But working through those challenges with the help of the Lord, provides the opportunity to disciple the next generation, to equip them in family life, and to develop close relationships between parents and children. 

 

The Oregon Christian Home Education Conference June 19 & 20, 2015 will help you seize the opportunities and meet the unique challenges of your homeschool by providing sessions on: 

how-to homeschool teaching specific skills and multiple agesbiblical marriage advicebiblical parenting and child-trainingparental-rights and homeschool freedomsSpeakers

Each year, OCEANetwork scours the nation looking for speakers to equip you to homeschool and to make the most of the unique family dynamics of home education. These are speakers who know homeschooling first-hand. God has given them a message that resonates with the Christian homeschool community.

  

This year we will be having workshops from Jon and Ann Dunnagan from Harvest Ministry, Daniel Craig from LifeLaunch, Faith Berens an HSLDA Special Needs Consultant, Gregg Harris from Noble Institute for Leadership Development, Hal and Melanie Young authors of Raising Real Men. They will be joined by Davis and Rachel Carmen from Apologia, Lee Binz from the HomeScholar, and other great speakers to help you homeschool and disciple the next generation.

 

Exhibit Hall

Gain hands-on experience with homeschool curriculums and materials in the 15,000 square foot exhibit hall as part of the conference experience. Speak with the creators of the curriculum. Comparison shop. Find just the right materials for your next school year.

 

Used Curriculum Exchange

Sell last year's school books or find bargains for next year - you can do both at the Used Curriculum Exchange. 

 

Visit OregonHomeschoolConference.com for more information

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Classical Conversations info meeting

From Sarah Ochs:

    Are you a parent who is seeking to learn more about homeschooling? Do you have a desire to raise a child who loves learning and has a heart for Christ? Please come to an upcoming information meeting to discover how great an education can be through Classical Conversations. We are a community of homeschoolers who support and equip you as you homeschool your child. I am a homeschool mom who has been part of Classical Conversations for 7 years and I am excited to be Directing South Medford Classical Conversations this fall. I have been blessed by my wonderful community and want to share what a blessing Classical Conversations has been to my family.
Upcoming dates are:
Thursday April 23rd @6:30 p.m.
Tuesday May 5th @6:30 p.m.
        Thursday May 21st @6:30 p.m.
Tuesday June 2nd @6:30p.m.
Thursday June 18th @6:30 p.m.
All meeting are at Trinity Presbyterian Church 1332 Mt. Pitt St.
You can call me at (541)892-7579 or email sarahrosella@yahoo.com if you have any questions or to schedule a personal interview.

Thursday, April 9, 2015

AMERICA AT A CROSSROAD--A Constitutional, Economic and Cultural Exploration

“AMERICA AT A CROSSROAD--A Constitutional, Economic and Cultural Exploration”

Medford Library – 205 S. Central Large Conference Room

Taught by Joel Marks.

No charge.

All on Thursday evenings - 6:30 – 8:30 PM

April 9th 2015 - Making of America

April 16th 2015 - Capitalism vs. Socialism

April 23rd 2015 – Principles/Philosophies of the Founding Fathers

April 30th 2015 - Washington Creates America

May 7th 2015 - Father of the Constitution

May 14th 2015 - Founding Presidents

May 21st 2015 – Restoring America

For more information contact:

info@jcrpcc.com or call 541-770-5277

Monday, April 6, 2015

Wonders of Science Summer Camps

From Steve Holst:

Wonders of Science Summer Camps
We will be running two science camps the week of July 20-24th this summer at the Madrone Trail Charter School.  The morning camp is for younger students, and the afternoon camp for older students.  

If you know of anyone, or a group to pass these flyers along to that would be great. The webpage is ready for registrations at www.livingwatershomeschoolcourses.com
Thanks!  We would also appreciate your prayers that children's hearts would grow closer to God as their Creator through these camps.

Steve

CAMP FLYERS
·Wonders of Science Camp 1 flyer
·Wonders of Science Camp 2 flyer

[JCHE] Group Testing deadline approaching

JCHE Group Testing

Deadline to register is April 30th!

Testing is still the Monday and Tuesday before Memorial Day (May 18-19). The location has changed. We will be at the West Main Church of Christ. They have very graciously allowed us to use their facility for free. The cost for testing has not changed. Since JCHE changed to a free newsletter format, we will still honor those who paid for a subscription through May, 2015, and you will eligible for a discount.  If you have questions about the subscription dates for your family, please contact Therese Hoehne at 7thoehne@gmail.com or 541-826-3560.

Please share this information EVERYWHERE. The application and information letter are below. Call  Lorraine for more info- 541-826-3427.

The JCHE Testing Information Letter can be downloaded HERE.

The registration form may be downloaded here and sent to Lorraine:  (DOWNLOAD HERE)

Shoestring Prod. Presents "Cheaper by the Dozen"

SHOESTRING PRODUCTIONS THEATRICAL TROUPE PRESENTS:
“Cheaper by the Dozen”
Dramatized by Christopher Sergel
Produced in cooperation with The Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Illinois

Based on a true story, this delightful and heartwarming comedy chronicles the adventures of the twelve Gilbreth children.  Their father, a world-renowned efficiency expert, runs his family with the same streamlined precision that he applies  to the businesses that consult him.  The  kids don’t always appreciate Dad’s unorthodox methods, but mutual love and understanding ultimately prevail.  Suitable for all ages.

Friday, April 24th, 7:00pm
Saturday, April 25th, 2:00pm
West Main Church of Christ, 1701 W. Main St., Medford OR 97501
(Between Columbus and 8th Street)
$8 General Admission
$5 for Students and Seniors (62+)
Tickets available at the door
For more information call 541-621-0148 or 541-779-0665

Friday, April 3, 2015

Classical Conversations Challenge B

From Nicie Phillips:

Informational Meeting:

This past year I served as an Essentials tutor for Classical Conversations (CC). I thoroughly enjoyed it and am now going on to be a Director for Challenge B at the Neighborhood Church CC campus in Medford on Stewart Avenue. The Challenge B program is for students  ages 13-15 who are interested in a classical education in a learning environment filled with hard times and fun work- I mean fun times and hard work....

If you have a student who is interested in Challenge B or know of someone who would like to explore options, I am having an informational meeting at the Starbucks downtown Medford on April 7th at 6:00 pm.  I would love to share more about the Challenge program and Classical Conversations for all ages. 

Nicie Phillips

541-664-3234

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Classical Conversations Challenge A

From Emily Iboa (please contact her for the mentioned forms!):

Hello!

I have had the privilege of homeschooling my children for the past eight years, and been involved in Classical Conversations for the past six years. During that time, I have learned so much about the classical model through my experience tutoring both the Foundations and Essentials classes. My family and I have been blessed to be a part of a wonderful community, and treasure the friendships we have formed through CC. This next year, I am excited to be directing the Challenge A program at Cornerstone Church in Medford. This is a program for students who are at least 12 years old by September 1st. I am currently accepting registration fees and forms, and have attached the forms to this email. The $125 fee will hold your child's place for next year.

If you have any questions, or need more information, feel free to contact me: (541) 951-1217, or emily1715@hotmail.com.

May the Lord bless you!

Emily Iboa