What’s Frightening? Homeschooing in High School – Debbie Landry
Are you looking ahead to teaching your children through high school and feeling very inadequate? Do you have friends who put their students back into public or private school when they headed into 9th grade? What about teaching high school classes makes homeschool parents bite their fingernails and panic? Bring your questions and concerns, and we’ll talk about what it looks like to cast your nets into the deep and teach your children through high school! After 26 years of being an administrator of a homeschool group in Alabama, and graduating three children of her own, Debbie Landry has seen it all … well, maybe not all, but some days it feels that way!
Cultivating the Creative Arts in your Children – Ron and Debbie Landry
In light of the providence of God, we’ll spend some time discussing some practical ideas that may give your children opportunities to explore the creative side of life. In rural Alabama, we raised three children who were involved in music and drama in high school and college. One of them is actually making a career out of music and acting. Another one is a talented artist whose career is in the medical profession. The third one uses his musical gifts in church worship while serving in the military. Probably at least one of your children has a creative gift that needs opportunity to develop. Let us help you discover key to unlock the doors of your child’s giftings.
About Ron and Debbie Landry
Ron and Debbie Landry homeschooled their three children in Alabama, but none of the kids live there now. What does this mean for the lonely Landrys? It means they travel. With four grands in North Dakota, they know more about Midwestern geography than most Southerners. One grand lives in beautiful Salt Lake City with her parents. Child #3 lives with his wife in New York City, no children or pets, yet. Ron is retired from the Alabama Air National Guard and is president of CHEF of Alabama; Debbie is administrator of Crossroads Christian School with 250+ homeschool families enrolled. They have enjoyed 26 years of ministry and service to Alabama homeschoolers.