Events & Activites

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Spring 2019 Activities:

Be sure to stay tuned to our Facebook page for all of the most up-to-date events, like park play dates and trips to the zoo! If you don’t have Facebook, and want to be added to an email list, email us at valleyhsa@gmail.com, or call Becky at 308-632-7204 to find out more about joining our group.

Membership includes access to our Calendar, but there is a sampling of our events below:

To see our current Calendar click here!

Parent Meeting:   The February Parent Meeting will be held Monday, February 4th.  Come at 6:00 PM if you wish to join us in prayer.  The meeting will begin at 6:30.  We meet at Monument Bible Church, 4124 Ave I, Scottsbluff, NE 69361.

January 2019 Parent Meeting Minutes

Valley Home School Association (VHSA) General Membership is now open for 2018-2019 registration!  As it is now January, membership is $12.50 for the remainder of the school year.  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: online membership registration option, and a print-sign-mail option.  To register online, click this link:  https://www.homeschool-life.com/2341/signup.  You will have the options to pay online or to mail a check.   To print, sign, and mail your registration in, click here.

As always, your $25 membership covers:

  • voting right in group decisions at parent meeting,
  • liability insurance at VHSA activities,
  • newsletters be email or mail,
  • first choice at event tickets, and
  • the opportunity to join our co-op classes

 

Book Club: We currently have TWO book clubs meeting.  One in Bayard and one in Morrill.  Details are available on the Facebook Events page.
Midwest Theater Events:   VHSA Attends the Very Hungry Caterpillar

Tuesday, January 22, 2019, 10:00 a.m. Grades: K-2 Event length: 1 hour Possible lessons: expression in theater and puppetry, behavior at public musical performances, encouraging literacy and the joy of reading, see the educator guide provided by the theater company for additional ideas on lessons in science, math, art, English, and creative thinking: https://midwesttheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/VHCGuidebook.pdf Play synopsis: Three beloved stories by Eric Carle, award-winning children’s book illustrator and author, are retold on stage through the magic of black light and fanciful puppets. The Mermaid Theater of Nova Scotia has earned international recognition for their imaginative approach telling the stories of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Little Cloud, and the Mixed-Up Chameleon through theater.

There is a firm deadline to request tickets of 5 days before every show.

***Please respect the age requirements. We REQUIRE parents to share chaperoning with each other so others can stay out with their littles. We have limited the number of chaperones this year. If you sign up for an adult ticket, you will help supervise the WHOLE group. Remember that there will be an evening show for ALL ages, for which you can buy tickets. ***

These seats for our students are at no cost to us, but are sponsored, so please remember to commit to coming if you RSVP. All attendees will be assigned to write thank you notes to our generous sponsors.

RSVP via email (lleggott at gmail dot com) on the Valley Homeschool Calendar Page (preferred)
https://www.homeschool-life.com/2341/events/events

Reminder: Your tickets are sponsored, not free. Please let us know if you are unable to attend 48 hours in advance, so the Midwest Theater can fill our seats with other students.

Heritage Musical Hour:  TBA

Wildcat Hills Homeschool Days:  2nd Tuesday of every month Click here for Flyer

Valley Faith Co-op Classes: 

VHSA is the umbrella association for a host of activities, events, field trips, newsletters, and co-op!   Valley Faith Co-Op is excited for the 2018-2019 school year.

Attached is a copy of Valley Faith Co-Op’s course catalog for you to browse through :​  2018-2019 Course Catalog

General Registration begins Monday, August 27th.  You must be a paid member to register.

The Child: The Child is available for showing in your home, church, or other venue. If you would like to arrange a showing either public or private of this excellent film on the issue of parental rights, please contact Lyn at (308) 633-5009 to make the arrangements.

 

Valley Home School Group Activities :

Field Trips: Each year we strive to have several field trips available to homeschoolers. Suggestions are Welcome.

Past Field Trips: Zoo Quest, Harms Center, Flowerfield Pioneer School, KDUH, local museums and grocery stores, Brown Sheep Co., Body Walk, Wildcat Hills Nature Center, Bird Banding, a Court Trial, Gering Photo, F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Airlink, Buck’s Horse Ranch, Scottsbluff Vision, Sherard’s Hearing, and the Fire Station, Field Trip to the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, Midwest Theater Educational Matinee:  Texas Gypsies, Astronomy Night:  with Chet Lowry from the Lowry Observatory, Business and Industry Tour

Classes: Classes are developed and arranged by homeschool parents. Classes vary according to the yearly interests of the group and are to enhance not replace your homeschool curriculum. We are also now offering some classes on a regular basis through a homeshcool co-operative. See the blog page for more information.

Past Classes: Gymnastics, Dance, Speech, Logic and Debate, Choir, Art, Crafts, History, Investment Club, Chess Club, Poetry Club and Homeschool Seminars.

Social Activities: We find many ways to fellowship!

Past Activities: Tae Kwon Do, Walking, Biking, Soccer, Ice Skating, Roller Skating, Bowling, Holiday Parties, Contests, Talent Shows and Game Nights.