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09 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Homeschooling a Kindergartener | Calvert Education – Life of Creed

Calvert is lucky to have such a great network of supportive parents.  We were recently alerted to a blog post written by one of those parents, Jamie Creed.  Homeschooling a Kindergartener | Calvert Education  Jamie’s blog is a wonderful resource for homeschooling parents and we encourage you to take a look. You can also find […]

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07 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Computer Skills Assessment – We Need Your Input!

We need your help!  We would like to ask for input from our 5th and 8th grade Calvert parents to further develop our technology curriculum. The 2014-15 course year includes a tech literacy assessment in the grades 5 and 8 Computer Skills and Applications courses.  The Calvert academic team is committed to supporting student development […]

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07 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Worrying Smarter: Singing the ATV Blues

by Natalia E. Pane, M.A., M.B.A “My name is Cynde Nichols. I live in Caldwell, Idaho. I have 3 boys and 3 girls. My family and I were avid atv riders. We own 5 atvs. A suzuki 80, a 250 trail boss, a 400 scrambler, a 425 magnum and a 700 sportsman. My husband and […]

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03 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Tips for Your Homeschooled Child in Prepping for College Entrance Exams

By Ryan Hickey, Managing Editor of Petersons & EssayEdge Every student knows that they need to prepare for the college entrance exams. With parents, educators and friends constantly reminding them, there’s really no way not to know. However, what we well-meaning adults sometimes forget is that prepping for these exams is a specific skill that is different than […]

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21 August 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Ground Beef Homeschooling

As I was shopping the other day, I noticed the price difference between 70/30 ground beef and 90/10.  I always buy the 90/10, so I never really took the time to compare them.  It got me thinking about those marketing surveys that we all get that ask if you’re willing to pay a little extra […]

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