While the earth remains, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night, shall not cease. – Genesis 8:22
As summer falls and we prepare for a long winter before it springs, Will Boyd and Seth Toebben are excited to announce the first collaborative event of the Homeschool Institute of Science (HIS Inc.) and Cooperative Homeschooling on Saturday, November 8th from 1 – 5 pm beginning at the 2nd and Washington St. playground area and ending at Moscow’s historic 1912 building.
Come join us and other like-minded families as we love our neighbors and learn of God and His glorious, though FALLen, creation.
The event will involve a leaf rake for needy Moscow families and individuals, an educational Fall science lesson, a presentation by Seth Toebben on Cooperative Homeschooling, apple pressing, cider, pumpkin bread and fellowshipping with other families.
God calls us to love Him with all our heart, soul, mind and strength, and to love our neighbors as ourselves. HIS Inc. and Cooperative Homeschooling are excited to support homeschooling families in their responsibility to train up their children to fulfill these two great commandments by giving opportunity for service, learning, fellowship, and more.
If you plan on attending the event on November 8th, please RSVP at the HIS Inc. website (click the “Register” button, not the “I’m Attending”), or if want further information about HIS Inc., or Cooperative Homeschooling, please contact either Will (email@example.com) or Seth (firstname.lastname@example.org).
More than that, we look forward learning together with you on November 8th.
Will Boyd is an active homeschooling father of 5 boys and the founder and director of the Homeschool Institute of Science, whose mission is “to equip and empower parents to bring their homeschool science program to life.” He is also the 4-H Science Program Specialist at the University of Idaho where he coordinates the Jr. FIRST LEGO League, FIRST Lego League, FIRST Tech Challenge, and 4-H Robotics programs.
Seth Toebben (some say, is something else altogether, but for simplicity sake, we’ll say) is an overactive homeschooling father of 4 boys and the founder and director of Cooperative Homeschooling, which facilitates the creation and cooperative efforts of local homeschool coops through curricula, currency, and community.