Navigating Tricare For Your Special Needs Military-Connected Child
In continuation of our Military Special Needs Series, Natalie Mack (HSLDA Military Outreach Coordinator) is joined by Marilee Gerhart Price (Military Homeschool Mom) to discuss how to navigate the benefits of TRICARE, the military health care program for active-duty service members, retirees, and their families. Natalie and Marilee will answer question and go over topics
HSLDA Briefs Air Force With Insights On Homeschool Recruits
As part of the US Air Force 360th Recruiting Group’s efforts to identify potential homeschooled recruits and improve its communication with these students, the unit asked a pair of HSLDA employees to provide insight during a training session last week in Leesburg, Virginia.
Navigating The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) As A Military Homeschooler
Considering the EFMP as a military homeschool family? The process can be confusing! However, this can be a significant resource for military families. Join Natalie Mack (HSLDA Military Community Outreach Coordinator) and Miriah Schmidt (EFMP Case Liaison for NSA Washington FFSC) as they navigate the different aspects of the EFMP and how it could impact
Stress Management For The Holidays
Vicki and 7Sisters’ Cousin, Natalie Mack, share some fun and practical tips for managing homeschooling, holidays and holiday stress.
Homeschool To Army Enlistment: Resources For Success! Live Q&A
Do you have a student interested in enlisting in the Army? Wondering how to set them up for success? Join Natalie Mack (HSLDA Military Outreach Coordinator) and her guests, Nelson Castillo (Education Specialist) and Kevin Boden (HSLDA Attorney), for a great conversation on how to empower your student as they prepare to join the army.
Add Homeschooling To Military Life, And It’s A Wild Combo
HSLDA Blog by Natalie Mack: In my job here at Home School Legal Defense Association, I help military homeschoolers keep going as they navigate some of the same kinds of challenges my own family faced.
101 tips for homeschoolers
Homeschooling is a culture, a lifestyle. It isn’t for the faint at heart but it also develops you in so manyways that have nothing to do with the actual act of homeschooling. The sacrifice of teaching and raising your children is honorable and so worth it but the days can be long and sometimes unfulfilling.