Home-Schooling For All

Home-Schooling For All

Alaina and Alden Early work hard in their PJs because homeschooling means you can wear your PJs, even if it’s not pajama day

Home-Schooling For All

Ashtin Taylor continues his band practice at home on his drums.

Home-Schooling For All

Dylan Tyree studies his seventh grade civics.

Home-Schooling For All
Home-Schooling For All
Home-Schooling For All

ABOVE, Jaylan Cook continues his pre-kindergarten studies. AT IMMEDIATE RIGHT, preschooler Tanner Mae Deacon works on her ABCs and 123s. AT FAR RIGHT, home-schooling for Luke McCrary means you can enjoy the sunshine while you enjoy your bologna sandwich at lunch time.

Home-Schooling For All
Home-Schooling For All

ABOVE, Tucker Higgins, a kindergartner at Central, reads “Are You My Mother?” to his mama, Casey Higgins. AT LEFT, Brayden Holdren, Tatayna Turner, Victoria Hamilton and Brendan Holdren study together.

With all of the public school classes canceled for at least two weeks, parents have been working with their children to keep their education going while at home. When we asked on Facebook for parents to send us photos of what some of the first week at home looked like, we received lots of photos. What you see here are just a few of those. If you would like to add your child’s photo to our Facebook posting, please do. Who knows? You just might see his or her photo in the paper as well.

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