The Virginia Homeschool Update is a free, weekly e-newsletter for Virginia homeschoolers. Find out about homeschool and educational activities across Virginia, learn about cool educational websites, and more!
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The Virginia Homeschool Update is a weekly e-newsletter produced by Maya Barnes (graphics & layout), Kathleen Dillie (manager & copy editor), Chris (editor), Anne Miller (publications advisor), Karen Sweeney (content editor), Arielle Potter (copy writer & editor), and Maureen Bittner (publications & marketing director).
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HEAV diligently researches each link prior to publication. However, we recommend you, the parent, fully examine websites before allowing your children to surf them without supervision.
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