Massive Education Reform for Missouri
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Massive Education Reform for Missouri

A Super Quick Glance at SB727 On May 7, 2024 Gov. Parson signed SB 727 & HB 2287, which essentially is being called the “comprehensive education reform bill,” for the state MO.  It will become effective on August 28, 2024.  Here is a link to that bill: https://www.senate.mo.gov/24info/pdf-bill/tat/SB727.pdf?fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTAAAR2CrDbr9DeX1yljLTucVBVNRkcxqzi8lF_ylHUglEm86XPUjq0NcLO5K3Q_aem_AdTP_nIPIXsIIQcesWs2OSHOi_mxKqA-ih1oXwoLQI05YXglfnsUoTKdvVQQosusJVYk6VfGBH53H8m82_xhK5uc So what does this mean? Honestly this…

Will The Future Of Meat Come to Lewis County? Lab-Grown Meat Is Set To Invade Your Dinner Plate
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Will The Future Of Meat Come to Lewis County? Lab-Grown Meat Is Set To Invade Your Dinner Plate

LEWIS COUNTY, MO – Whether you’re aware or not, something kind of eery has been unfolding in the food industry that every person in Lewis County who has an inkling of care about their food should, at a minimum, be aware of. Specifically, in June of last year, the USDA approved two companies, Upside Foods…

“The Engineering of Consent,” Propagandized into Fluoride

“The Engineering of Consent,” Propagandized into Fluoride

After a deep dive into all things fluoride, I learned a lot, not only about fluoride but about the dark history of propaganda in the United States.   While researching, I came across a fascinating individual named Edward Bernays.  Bernays today is known as the father of “public relations.”  Born in Austria in 1891, his parents…

What about Homeschooling High School?  Will a College Accept my Student?
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What about Homeschooling High School?  Will a College Accept my Student?

Navigating High School in Homeschooling Is Easier Than You Might Expect It may seem scary to homeschool high school as your kids get older.  I felt the same way, but now that I have a senior and a sophomore, high school has been easier than expected.  My sophomore has taken online courses for three years…

Homeschooling, Is it even legal? How do you afford that?
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Homeschooling, Is it even legal? How do you afford that?

Navigating Homeschooling Legality – State Requirements and Guidelines It is legal in all 50 states to Homeschool your children.  Each state has a different set of requirements or laws that go along with homeschooling.  In Missouri, you must provide your child with 1000 hours of instruction in a term, which can be 12 months.  Six…

All the Questions that come with Homeschooling
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All the Questions that come with Homeschooling

I can imagine a thousand questions rattling around in your mind.  Questions like, what about socialization (yawn)? Are you qualified to teach? What about sports? How do you afford that? Will my child be equipped for higher education, and will the schools accept him even if he is? Is it even legal?  Well, I would…

A Peek Inside the Homeschool Mindset: A Personal Journey 
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A Peek Inside the Homeschool Mindset: A Personal Journey 

Why I Chose to Homeschool Many have asked me over the years why I homeschool.  I must admit that starting was scary, and I wasn’t confident, but I wanted to be with my kids. I didn’t need to send them off for someone else to teach them reading, writing, and arithmetic.  I knew I could…

The Twelve Days of Christmas, Homestead Edition

The Twelve Days of Christmas, Homestead Edition

Christmas is upon us and I’m so thankful for the mild weather we’ve enjoyed so far this winter (which technically began today but let’s be real, from Thanksgiving on IT’S WINTER.) I have a love-hate relationship with the holiday season for a variety of reasons: LOVE HATE So ultimately there are two holiday options available…

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