East Boca Support Group
East Boca Park Day Meetings
Come join us and meet others in your homeschool community! We are not meant to walk through life alone... let's build one another up as we journey through this awesome adventure together!
Where: Stay tuned...
When: FOURTH Friday of the month; August through May; See calendar for details and possible changes to our monthly meetings.
12:30 P.M. Mentoring, encouragement, and prayer time
1:00 P.M. Devotion, informational meeting, field trip sign-ups, and fellowship
Consider bringing a chair as the pavilion seating fills up quickly!
While the children play in the park, parents discuss homeschool issues and educational opportunities that are available. Signups for all PEC field trips and events take place at the monthly park days, and if space is available, signups will be posted on the calendar after the meeting. PEC meetings are open to all homeschoolers and those considering homeschooling, however, membership is required for field trip participation.
**Bring your teens for their own devotion, activity, and community building.**
**Childcare is not provided at any PEC meetings. Every parent is responsible for their own children. PEC IS NOT responsible for the safety or supervision of any child at PEC events.**
Questions? Contact one of our leaders and they will be happy to answer any questions you may have!
Support-Group Leader: David & Rose Shaffer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Support groups are located throughout Palm Beach County. These groups meet monthly at parks throughout the county and parents can choose them according to their location or need. Monthly meetings consist of a biblical devotion, an information time for parents, as well as a play/social time for the children & teens. Field trips, service projects, Moms' Night Out, and holiday celebrations are all coordinated through these groups. We encourage prospective members to check out the various support groups until they find one that meets their needs, and then to plug into that group and become involved in it. Support groups will be an encouragement to you and to your children!