HSLDA's Elert Service

Homeschool information, news, and alerts by email.

A dangerous bill will be voted on tomorrow in your state. Calls from homeschoolers like you are necessary to ensure home school freedoms. Will you get the message in time and with the information you need to take action?

You will, if you subscribe to the HSLDA E-lert Service. You’ll receive targeted email alerts on local, state, national, and international homeschooling issues. We will tell you what’s happening, what it means to you, and what you can do about it.

Please stand with us by providing your email address so that we can effectively notify you when homeschool freedoms are threatened or we have news of interest to the homeschool community.

In addition, we have several other email publications to which you can subscribe to get even more information on subjects of interest. See the list below of all the e-lert Service publications including a description of each one. You will be able to select the publications you wish to receive when you subscribe to the e-lert Service.

If you haven’t subscribed to our e-lert service, we strongly encourage you to sign up today.

E-lert Service Publications

 HSLDA Alerts & Information (ALL)
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Urgent action alerts and other information for the homeschool community. This publication is the foundation of the HSLDA E-lert Service and is a required publication for all subscribers.
Recent HSLDA Alerts & Information (ALL)

1/22/2018Call, Email Now to Protect Homeschool Parents with Disabilities
1/19/2018Bill to Create New Vaccination Mandate
1/18/2018Homeschooling Under Fire: Should Regulations Increase?
1/18/2018Come to Concord Thursday to Speak Out for Freedom
1/17/2018Please Come to Albany on Monday! We Need You at Board of Regents Meeting!
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 HSLDA's Weekly Updates
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Weekly updates on what's happening at HSLDA and in the world of homeschooling.
Recent HSLDA's Weekly Updates

1/17/2018HSLDA's Advocacy Goals for 2018--HSLDA Weekly
1/10/2018What the New Tax Reform Law Means for Homeschooling Families -- HSLDA Weekly
1/4/2018The Court Case That Nearly Killed Homeschooling--HSLDA Weekly
12/13/2017Will Britain Treat Homeschoolers Like Outlaws? -- HSLDA Weekly
12/6/2017Homeschooled Surfer Turns Pro at 17 -- HSLDA Weekly
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 Homeschooling Toddlers to Tweens Newsletters
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Regular encouragement and guidance for families who are homeschooling preschool through middle school children.
Recent Homeschooling Toddlers to Tweens Newsletters

12/21/201710 Last-Minute Christmas Ideas for Families
11/16/2017Encouraging Gratitude through Thank-you Notes
10/20/2017Holidays as Homeschool Curriculum
9/21/201713 Tips and Tricks for Occupying the Littles
8/17/2017Cultivating a Heart of Kindness
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 Homeschooling Thru High School Newsletters
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Regular encouragement and guidance for families who are homeschooling through high school.
Recent Homeschooling Thru High School Newsletters

1/4/2018Three Ways to Recharge in 2018!
12/7/2017Five Ways to Show Respect for Your Teen
11/2/2017Teaching Teens High School English
10/5/2017Teaching Teens Time Management Skills
9/7/2017The College Search and Application Process
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 Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner
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Past experience has shown that the parent is the best teacher for a child who is struggling with the learning process in any way. The goal of the monthly newsletter is to help equip parents to identify their child&rsquo
Recent Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner

1/18/20189 Tips for Juggling Life—and Lesson Plans—Like a Pro
1/11/2018Homeschooling a Child with a Nonverbal Learning Disability | Part 3: Handwriting
12/14/2017Homeschooling a Child with a Nonverbal Learning Disability | Part 2: Reading Comprehension
11/9/2017Homeschooling a Child with a Nonverbal Learning Disability | Part 1: Math
10/12/2017Trusting vs. Trying: One Homeschooling Mom’s Story of Throwing Conventional Curriculum Overboard
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