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Sibling Squad | Fall 2023 To Publications / Articles - Sibling Squad | Fall 2023

Posted 5/16/23
PHS Leadership Team | Fall Semester 2023

Our co-op will continue to provide a space for younger siblings for 2023–2024, with activities planned and supervised by their parents, guardians, and caregivers.

Our co-op remains focused on middle and high school-aged homeschoolers who are otherwise far too often neglected when it comes to homeschool programming. However, we also want our members whose PHS students have younger siblings to feel welcome, to make it easier for them to volunteer at our co-op, and to provide an inviting space for all of their children when they are present.

Sibling Squad is only open to siblings of PHS students. PHS membership is only open to those with at least one child who will be between the ages of 10 and 19 on the first day of the semester.

The Sibling Squad is also open to older siblings (ages 10–19) of PHS students and to PHS students who have a break between classes.

Members can sign up for First, Second, Third, and/or Fourth periods.


Sibling Squad

Siblings may hang out in this space for crafting and tabletop games or to work on their own homeschool assignments.

Supplies for crafting and gaming will be supplied by the families of the enrolled students and may also be donated by any PHS member.

This space is also open to PHS students who have a break between classes.

Adult supervision is provided by the families of the enrolled siblings. Families of enrolled siblings are responsible for ensuring there are at least two adults in the room at all times.

Please note that any running, skipping, jumping, throwing, climbing, dancing, etc. should be moved outside to the west lawn.

Registrations will be accepted throughout the semester.

First Period

A bunch of colorful crayon pencils, 2020. Photo by Alexander Grey on Unsplash.

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Second Period

Crayons beside a child coloring, 2016. Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash.

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Third Period

A row of crayons, 2018. Photo by Josh Eckstein on Unsplash.

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Fourth Period

ALA collection of colored pencils in a wooden holder, 2018. Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash.T

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