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01-Sep-2020 21:33

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Athletics - Northeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschool Athletic Association (NEWCHAA) offers competitive sports to homeschooled students.

The policy is simply meant to protect private homeschoolers from possible government intrusion that may occur when taxpayer funds are used for private homeschool activities. Making the decision to do so can be the beginning of a wonderful journey in education for the entire family.

There are as many reasons to homeschool as there are homeschooling families.

Book-It — This is a reading incentive program offered through Pizza Hut for children in grades K-6.

Box Tops for Education Program — Collecting box tops help our group earn money for various programs.

Band - Students have opportunities to play an instrument in band.

A private homeschool is a family that has registered with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) using Form PI-1206.

Please note that the State of Wisconsin defines virtual and charter schools as public schools, and all children enrolled in them are considered public school students even though they receive instruction at home.

In fact, GBACH respects the right of the parents in each family unit to choose whatever they deem to be an appropriate educational program for each child.

Rather, GBACH’s policy is in keeping with the advice of the Wisconsin Parents Association (WPA) and the Homeschool Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), both of whom strongly recommend that homeschool associations insure that public/taxpayer funds are not used within private homeschool groups.

Band - Students have opportunities to play an instrument in band.

A private homeschool is a family that has registered with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) using Form PI-1206.

Please note that the State of Wisconsin defines virtual and charter schools as public schools, and all children enrolled in them are considered public school students even though they receive instruction at home.

In fact, GBACH respects the right of the parents in each family unit to choose whatever they deem to be an appropriate educational program for each child.

Rather, GBACH’s policy is in keeping with the advice of the Wisconsin Parents Association (WPA) and the Homeschool Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), both of whom strongly recommend that homeschool associations insure that public/taxpayer funds are not used within private homeschool groups.

According to the current board’s interpretation of the GBACH bylaws, GBACH members are persons registered with GBACH and include only: 1) the parents of homeschooled child(ren); 2) the child(ren) for whom a PI-1206 is filed; and 3) parents and any children younger than six years of age who are not enrolled in any public school or virtual charter school, and who intend to home school in the future.