What May Looks Like


What does the end of the “school year” means for a homeschool group?  I don’t know to be honest if I can generalize but for ARCH there is still a lot going on in May.

It is the time to write thank you letters to outside helpers.  Never take for granted the people who do want to help your group succeed, show them that you care.  We don’t have money to spare but a thank you note is a good way to show your appreciation.

The yearbook team is finalizing that book.  Last details touch as well as proof reading one more time and one more time again!

Kindergarten graduation to have!  Yep, we did it!  Celebrating the first year in a child education.  Lots of work, but worth it!

Slowly changing the director team for the next school year.  That one is a hard one for me to be honest.  You have your ups and downs as a team.  Miscommunication, success and so on and now some directors are stepping down and new one are coming on board and well you wonder how things are going to be.  It is like making new intimate friends in a way and losing some.

Working on a lot of paper stuff for sign up time as well as classes to be offered.  ARCH is working on offering some high school credit classes this coming year.  I am sure that in 4 or 5 years down the line we won’t sweat it but right now we are still learning the “how to” of things.

So in short we are busy and we will have to really make time to just stop for the summer and just hide from the work that needs to be done.  We do it for our kiddos because we love them that much!