Posted on Sep 22 2013 in Homeschool Items by admin
1.1 King’s Homeschool Football Team Schedule – Multiple Locations – September 28 Through October 26
1.2 Historic Mary’s City Homeschool Day – St. Mary’s City, MD – October 1
1.3 Article – “Homeschooling: The Forgotten Subjects”
Home games: Manassas Baptist Church (football field is behind the church)
8730 Sudley Road
Admission is free; concessions will be sold. Come support your homeschool football team and cheer on the team whether you are a homeschooler, private school student, parent, or someone who just likes high school football!
The Kings football team is a Christian, competitive, non-profit, varsity level (high school) football team comprised of high school athletes from all over Northern Virginia. Most of the athletes are homeschooled or attend a school that does not have a football program. The Kings were established in 2006 to meet the needs of athletes who didn’t have the opportunity to play on a public high school football team. The Kings are a sanctioned member of the Mid-Atlantic Christian Conference, which includes five other similar teams from Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia. All of the club’s coaches and staff are volunteers, and all equipment, referees, fields, and training, are paid for by the team members. If you are a homeschooler or private school student without a football team, then the Kings is your football team!
Come out and support the team by cheering for them at any game!
Opponents Date Location
Frederick (MD)Eagles Saturday, September 28 2 p.m. Home
Central Virginia Disciples Friday, October 4 7 p.m. Away
Hampton Generals Saturday, October 12 2:30 p.m. Away
Maret in D.C. Friday, October 18 4 p.m. Away
St. Johns Saints Saturday, October 26 2 p.m. Home
See the website or Facebook page for more information, or contact Head Coach Wayne Stilwell at email@example.com or 540-827-7724/7040.
18751 Hogaboom Lane
St Mary’s City, MD
Tuesday, October 1, 2013, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost: $5/child (ages five and older); accompanying adults are free; $10/additional adult; children under five are free. Pay with a credit card by calling 240-895-4990, Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Bring a picnic lunch or dine at the Inn at Brome Howard, a restaurant on the grounds of Historic St. Mary’s City. This event will take place rain or shine. Register as soon as possible as space is limited.
Become a colonist for a day! Try hands-on activities and watch demonstrations at these four living history sites: the Woodland Indian Hamlet, the Waterfront and Maryland Dove, Town Center, and the Godiah Spray Tobacco Plantation. Some activities depend on the weather, but participants may work a colonial printing press; find out about open hearth cooking; try on 17th-century clothing; and see how the first Marylanders made fields from forests.
See the flyer for more information.
Since homeschoolers get to choose their subjects, we have an opportunity to make sure some endangered subjects are not forgotten. Are you keeping alive chivalry, feminine virtue, spiritual preparedness for life (here and in eternity), and deference to adults and the elderly? Read more in this short article by Jamerrill Stewart.