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Maggie Coleman to present homeschool Q&A meeting

By Maggie Coleman

Homeschooling seems to be on a lot of parents minds in the past few months with all the uncertainty brought by the pandemic.

Are you interested in homeschooling but feel you don't know how to pull it off? You are not alone! All homeschooling parents start there! You do not have to do it alone.

Homeschooling parents come in all shapes and sizes - some work full time, some teach year round, some have teaching experience, others have none and are equally successful.

There are tons of experienced families out there to mentor you!

Join Maggie Coleman, a homeschooling parent of two and a director of the Classical Conversations homeschool education program in Campbellsville in an on-line information meeting and question and answer session. Visit the Classical Conversations website to officially register at and do some research ahead of time, or just join us at the following Zoom meeting.

Topic: Introduction to Homeschooling, Jun 13, 2020 at 9amCT. To join the Zoom meeting, copy and paste this link -, Meeting ID: 734 7109 7344 and Password: 8MgRxh. Contact Maggie Coleman by email at

This story was posted on 2020-06-03 14:17:05
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