Key Note Speaker – Jenn Dean
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Jenn Dean is a parenting coach who founded Families Matter Most, an organization that helps families thrive. Having faced difficulties and challenges in her own parenting, she knows firsthand just how tough it can be! Jenn speaks online and all over Canada offering practical tools to families through private coaching, seminars, camps and workshops. Families Matter Most material is tailored … Read More

Used Book Room
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Used Book Room The Used Book Room is returning this year! It will run Friday and Saturday and is a wonderful was to get discounted curriculum for next year! Bring your own bags! Cash and cheques accepted. Interested in selling items? Click here or the check Used Books box on the Registration Form Our Used Books Coordinator will email you … Read More

Stay Tuned… SHBE 2022 Conference May 13-15
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Planning underway, stay tuned for details Hello friends, It is very exciting to be able to announce that SHBE is planning a conference for May 13-15. Please stay tuned for details. It will be held at Briercrest College and Seminary, and will include speakers and workshops, a used book sale, and a college and career fair for homeschool teens. The … Read More

Invitation to the Green Energy Initiative Science Fair for students 11-14 y/o
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Brigitte, at the University of Saskatchewan has passed this along to SHBE to share the homeschool community: I would like to share that the Let’s Talk Science Outreach Office at the University of Saskatchewan is hosting a Green Energy Initiative Science Fair to promote awareness on Canada’s transition towards cleaner energy to the youth. The science fair will take place … Read More

Announcement from Heritage Saskatchewan
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Dear SHBE, This year, Heritage Saskatchewan is proud to introduce the High School Heritage Challenge. This virtual program aims to give secondary students the opportunity to explore their heritage by creating a project that will be submitted and judged online. Students can sign up individually or in groups, making this challenge perfect for students that are homeschooled. There are two … Read More

Study and Go Abroad Virtual Fair – Sept 23
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I’m passing this along to anyone interested in Studying outside of Canada. Hi Rod We are excited to be hosting another Study and Go Abroad Virtual Education Fair on September 23rd, and would really appreciate it if you could let your members know about it. This free event is a great opportunity for students to meet with universities, professional schools … Read More

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Education is a parental responsibility. When parents send their children to a public or private school, they delegate that responsibility to a third-party, who then act “in the place of the parent” to educate children. The province has a compelling interest in the education of children, therefore legislates and regulates publicly-delivered, privately-delivered, and family-delivered education. When a family decides to … Read More

SHBE is hosting a discussion on Notification and Registration
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Saskatchewan Home Based Educators (SHBE) is hosting a discussion on Notification and Registration. Bring all your questions! SHBE Board members and experienced homeschoolers will be there and will do their best to give you answers! This is a great opportunity to learn more about homeschooling in Saskatchewan. Open to both SHBE and non-SHBE members. Do you know someone who may … Read More

FYI on correspondence sent to SECPSD
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Several of our members have contacted us with concerns about recent communication from Southeast Cornerstone Public School Division (SECPSD). To keep you informed, SHBE has corresponded electronically and over the phone with SECPSD this week. SHBE has written the following correspondence: ​​​​​Hello Maryanne, One of our members forwarded your email to us (attached below), and I wanted to respond to … Read More

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