August JLS Part One

Every academic year is kicked off with a Joint Learning Session (JLS) that when homeschooled children and the children who attend the mission school have “school” together.  The focus is normally on a historic theme.  Below are some highlights.

JLS populationThis is a photo of the school population during JLS.  We had a record number of students this year.  Pictured are all but one of the students, the teachers and the staff.  I’m in the photo because this year Jonah has returned to the mission school called The Greenhouse.  He and Joshua will both attend and I’ve started as the Assistant to the Principal and PE Teacher for this school year.

science fair projectThere was an option to complete a Science Fair Project over the summer months and display it at the first ever Science Fair.  Jonah decided to do a project.

self portraits

The students learned about three different artists during this Age of Exploration theme based academic session.  Joshua had his self portrait displayed.

Joshuanature artJonah had one of his nature paintings displayed.

Jonah art

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5 Responses to August JLS Part One

  1. Pop-pop says:

    Are there artists in your future?

  2. Denise says:

    Look how tall the boys are! Great job on your science project Jonah and wonderful drawing and painting boys!

  3. MawMaw says:

    It’s wonderful seeing the school photos. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Barbara says:

    It’s always great to see the boys projects and artwork. They are maturing in their interests, skills and talents. You will be a blessing to both the principal and PE teacher. Have a great school year!

  5. Jill Gruber says:

    Love the paintings, great work boys!

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