HOMELINK (Our Learning Center)...A UNIQUE LINK BETWEEN HOME AND SCHOOL!
What kinds of classes does Homelink offer?
I like what I see. What do I need to do to sign up for classes?
Annual S.H.A.R.E. membership dues are $20.00 a year. Scholarships are available for those that cannot afford the $20.
Being a member includes many benefits, such as access to the following:
- Family website option
- Photo gallery
- Calendar of events
- field trips
- youth events
- community service opportunities
- art fair
- spelling bee
- geography bee
Click the puzzle piece below or the word JOIN at top of page to complete your membership registration and submit payment through PayPal or by mail.
Your S.H.A.R.E. membership will be approved a day or so after it is submitted; however, if you do not pay within 30 days, your membership profile will be deleted.
SHARE PARK DAYS CLUB---NEW!
WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF BEGINNING A PARK DAY GROUP--HOORAY! BELOW IS OUR FIRST MEETING DATE AND LOCATION. OTHER DATES & LOCATIONS TO BE DETERMINED AT A MEETING HELD THIS DAY.
Officer Blake C. Snyder Memorial Park
9801 Green Park Road
Saint Louis, MO 63123
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
(no sign-up, just come)
In an effort to avoid problems that other support groups have had with park days, we have come up with a simple set of rules. Please read these before you come. Click HERE for those rules.
Looking forward to some amazingly fun days at our local parks
with some amazingly awesome homeschooling families!
If you have questions, please email Cathy Mullins at Ekcjmullins@gmail.com, but special thanks goes to
The Rhoden Family for helping to get this off the ground!
NEW HOMESCHOOLER SEMINARS!
Interested in Homeschooling? Check out these upcoming seminars!
FHE New Homeschool Seminars
May 5, 2:00-4:00
Daniel Boone County Library, 300 Clarkson Rd, Room #3, Ellisville, 63011
Please register for the seminar you will be attending by sending an email to Kim Quon at email@example.com.
Join us for this free seminar. We will be covering MO law, record keeping, curriculum ideas, learning styles, organization and more.
WHY YOU NEED TO ATTEND THE HOMESCHOOL CONFERENCE IN JULY
The S.H.A.R.E. Calendar
Our Homeschool PE program at the Salvation Army, under the direction of Coach Cort Hubbard, finished its 30th year!!! Click below on photo for the SPRING 2018 PE Information.
If you are continuing PE from first semester, you do not need to register again, just pay.
If you are new to PE this semester, you will have to fill out a registration form at the Salvation Army.
WHAT IS S.H.A.R.E.?
S.H.A.R.E. (St. Louis Homeschooling Activities, Resources and Encouragement) is an independent support group founded and operated by volunteer parents who home educate their children in the Greater St. Louis Area. Families from all over the St. Louis region and nearby Illinois counties are members of SHARE, although we are based in the South City, South County and Mid County areas.
We are a diverse group of homeschoolers with a wide variety of learning and teaching styles. Some families are large, others are small; some are homeschooling veterans of twenty years, many are just beginning.
The majority of members are Christians but people of all faiths are welcome in S.H.A.R.E. We are united by our choice to homeschool our children and give them the best possible educational experience AND by our desire to protect homeschooling rights in Missouri and elsewhere.
Our main goal is to inform, equip and encourage families in their homeschooling journey!
SOME THINGS S.H.A.R.E. HAS TO OFFER
S.H.A.R.E. offers many activities and classes to supplement and enrich the home education experience.
*HOMELINK CLASSES *HOMESCHOOL BAND
*PE AT THE SALVATION ARMY *FIELD TRIPS
*PARTIES *SPECIAL EVENTS
*ART SHOW *GRADUATIONS
*GEOGRAPHY BEE *SPELLING BEE
*STANDARDIZED TESTING *DANCES & PROM
To participate in many of these activities, you must be a member of SHARE (for insurance purposes). The full description of the various activities and classes can be viewed by clicking on their respective titles on the top navigational bar entitled "Activities".
If you have questions about the group or about homeschooling please feel free to contact us.
SOME OF OUR FAVORITE RESOURCES ARE LISTED BELOW!
ST. LOUIS GREAT HOMESCHOOL CONVENTION
The Homeschool Convention Event of the Year - Coming to a City Near You!
Great Homeschool Conventions 2018 events
Homeschool Tuesdays at the Bolduc Museum in St. Genevieve
NOTE: Homeschool programming will resume in September, 2018.
Homeschool Tuesday programs are the first and third Tuesday of each month. The cost is $4 per student/$10 per family. Pre-registration is required, as space is limited and programs fill up fast. Contact Sandy @ 573-535-0276 for more information about educational opportunities at New France-The Other Colonial America at The Bolduc House Museum.
Studio Forte-Dance & Fine Arts
Miss Lindi was Jesse Mullins' great friend--she enabled him to dance in the rain!
Lindi Wimmer-Brown was born in to an awesome family, homeschooled through high school, and has a fantastic story to tell about what God has been doing in her life the last few years. Oh...she is a wonderful dance and piano teacher too!
Show Me Lanes
Gateway City Aquatic Club
Liberty Mission Farms
Liberty Mission Farms is family-owned, local-market farm, focused on healing the land. They are also homeschoolers. They purpose to use a specific method of growing produce and raising animals without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or GMOs.
Garden Produce, Poultry, Eggs, Honey, Baked goods, Hand crafted jams,
Personal care products such as soaps and goat's milk lotions.
Starting in 2018, they will be adding dairy (goat milk). They deliver to St. Louis on a regular basis.