Yearbooks! We need YOU!

Posted by on Oct 27, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Have you seen our yearbooks from 2016-17? They are BEAUTIFUL! You can still order one online, and here is the link to ORDER. Would you like to help the yearbook committee this year? You can volunteer to help write for the yearbook, assemble pages, or just to submit photos! To submit photos directly to the yearbook crew, you can email them to, or upload them to our Yearbook app called Skipple. (Once you have created a log in, just choose Valley Home School Assn. in Scottsbluff, NE) Have you joined us for a field trip lately? Submit a field report! Our journalists...

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Membership Season is here!

Posted by on Aug 1, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Valley Home School Association (VHSA) General Membership is now open for 2017-2018 registration!  We are encouraged to see so many returning families this year, along with some new faces.  God is growing our group, but even more so, He’s growing our hearts and our children’s hearts for His Kingdom.  We invite you to jump on in and join us as God equips us to teach our kids and grow them up for Christ!   Registration has two options this year: a new, online membership registration option, and a print-sign-mail option.  To register online, click this...

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Looking for a few good Teachers:

Posted by on May 19, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Valley Faith Co-op (VHSA) is looking for a few good teachers for our co-op!  DATES for next year are tentatively set for: Sept 21, Oct 5 and 19, Nov 2, 16, and 30, Jan 18, Feb 1 and 15, March 1, 15, and 29, closing program 4/5 . Class start time has been moved up to 9:30am. So the class periods would be 45 minutes each with 5 minutes between to change classes. As a teacher, your commitment would be to teach a one period class for 12 sessions, on those dates. (you may offer up to 5 classes during our day if you like) You may charge for the class to cover your materials costs or...

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Summertime for the Homeschool Mom

Posted by on May 15, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Summertime for the Homeschool Mom Summer is different for every homeschool mom. Year Round Homeschool Mom might embrace the fact that while lessons didn’t change, recess got a whole lot more fun! Summer Break Homeschool Mom might be tempted to spend the summer making lesson plans. Unit Study Homeschool Mom is rejoicing that the bugs are back so they can finish the entomology unit. Literature Based Homeschool Mom is rejoicing that the summer reading program is practically bribing her kids to do school! Whatever your Homeschool Mom style, I pray that this summer includes lots of...

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Mentor Mom Thoughts, Guest Post by Lori McCoy

Posted by on May 12, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

I was just thinking……………. Quite a number of years ago, a friend came to me and was very broken hearted because her Daughter seemed to be wandering away from The Lord. She had made some bad decisions and my friend was very concerned about her Daughter’s future. She asked me to pray for her as she dealt with this struggle. (Galatians 6:2) We prayed together, cried together and then I remembered a story from the Bible that I felt God would want me to share with her. Before I get to that story… Every parent has hopes and dreams for their children. We also have that comparison thing...

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March Newsletter Cover

Posted by on Mar 15, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

From the Chair: As the year rounds the corner, we show no signs of slowing down here at VHSA. We have conference plans underway (see details in this newsletter, be sure to sign up early!), co-op program coming up (all families invited!), and several amazing field trips lined up. We also have graduation plans sailing along, and hope you will all join us on May 28th. Our group was even featured in the March 12th Star Herald. We are truly blessed. None of the wonderful things we do would be possible without the stellar involvement of our families and volunteers. Our  parent meetings are where...

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