The PEACH Team is excited about planning the next homeschool year and fulfilling our mission to provide information, encouragement, and fellowship to Miami Valley homeschoolers.
Our first meeting is Thursday August 8th, from 7-9pm, and this meeting always focuses on notification procedures for the state of Ohio, as well as providing information about all of the services PEACH provides to members. So – if you are new to homeschooling or have some questions about PEACH, you are welcome to attend, meet the new Leadership Team, and network with area homeschoolers.
All of our monthly meetings are free and open to the public, and take place on the second Thursday of each month from 7pm-9pm at Arrowbrook Baptist Church in Xenia.
If you choose to join PEACH, the Annual Membership dues are only $16 per year (from August to June) for those who choose to access our newsletter online, OR $20/year for those who prefer to receive a printed hard copy of the newsletter mailed to your home address.
Membership for the PEACH 2013-2014 year will open on July 1st, 2013. You may use the “Contact” button and fill out the form. You will be sent an ‘invitation’ to join, which gives you access to PEACHOnline (our private online network), as well as our Care Groups, Field Trips, Spelling Bee, Graduation, School Portraits, Children’s Craft Sale, Shining Stars Showcase, and other opportunities for homeschooling parents and students. You can also join at the Welcome Desk at the first PEACH meeting on August 8th.
“a parent/guardian providing annual notification of home schooling to the appropriate superintendent (Ohio Code 3301-34-03), directing 50% or more of the education at home and being personally responsible for funding the education (Ohio Code 3301-34-01). A second option for home education allowed by HSLDA and Ohio Code 3301-35-08 is for non-chartered schools (“08” schools). These are allowed if the parent is the administrator. The “08” school parent must have a bachelor’s degree and oppose government controlled education because of religious beliefs.”