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    CHEofTV (Catholic Home Educators -Treasure Valley) - The CHEofTV site has been created to support the Catholic Home Educators in the Treasure Valley of Idaho. It is an email list used to facilitate communication among members of this group. We envision this list to be used for Catholic Home Educators in and around the Treasure Valley to share ideas, list upcoming events and field trips and support each other in the efforts we all are making to educate our children at home spiritually, intellectually and physically.

    To Subscribe, visit Catholic Home Educators -Treasure Valley.

    childledlearning (child-led learning) - We are a group of parents around the Treasure Valley (Idaho) who are beginning a local support group for homeschooling w/ an emphasis on child-led learning (some are unschoolers and some incorporate child-led learning into their days in other ways). We are a diverse group w/ a variety of religious backgrounds, striving to be inclusive and respectful of anyone who joins us.

    To Subscribe, visit child led learning.

    Eagle Rock Christian Homeschool Association - based in Idaho Falls, our goal is to support and encourage fellow homeschool families.

    For more information, email

    Visit Eagle Rock Christian Homeschool Association .

    EWACatholichomescholars (E.WA.Catholic Home Scholars) - For Eastern Washington Roman Catholic Home Scholars. Because we are so spread out in this area, this is a place to connect, share experiences, ideas, thoughts, a good book, a recipe an event reflecting the gospel truths. Hear about events in our area, and events we want to offer. Tell us about a lecture you heard and what you got out of it. Get to know each other and build a supportive home schooling community.

    Please join me in uniting Eastern Washington Catholic Home Scholars.

    To Subscribe, visit Eastern Washington Roman Catholic Home Scholars.

    Homeschoolers of the Inland Empire (Spokanehomeschoolers) - SHS is a diverse group of homeschooling parents in Eastern Washington/North Idaho's Inland Empire. We include and celebrate families across the spectrum of homeschooling styles and philosophies, and have no official political, philosophical, or religious orientation. SHS exists both as an active online resource and an IRL alternative to other local homeschool groups as a place for hsers to play, learn, and relax with each other in a context where homeschooling is the primary common denominator.

    When you apply, you'll be asked to send an introduction that includes your hopes for the list, rough geographic location, relationship to homeschooling, and your name. More info in the "Pending Member" auto file that you will receive when you apply.

    To Subscribe, visit Homeschoolers of the Inland Empire (Spokanehomeschoolers).

    Idaho_homeschooling - This is a mailing list for people who home school or are thinking of homeschooling in Idaho. Exchange ideas, support each other, give links for school stuff, or just talk. No subject is taboo, including scripture, God, church, parents, kids, home cleaning, lessons and curriculum, on-line courses, and web sites. Please be considerate of others: no rude talk, bad language, or anything of the sort. This is an unmoderated list (unless its necessary to moderate the list or a list member) and the list owner does not have any legal responsibility to any postings.

    To Subscribe, visit Idaho_homeschooling.

    Idaho Falls Homeschool Association - Idaho Falls Homeschool Association is an informal group of homeschoolers from Idaho Falls and the surrounding area. Our purpose is to provide homeschooling families with opportunities to meet other homeschoolers. Families with children of all ages from newborn to high school are welcome. We welcome families regardless of homeschool style and religion.

    Contact info: E-mail:, Phone: Charlene at 208-529-4423

    For more information, visit Idaho Falls Homeschool Association.

    idahohomeeducators (Idaho Home Educators) - State wide homeschooling group. All home educators are welcome, no matter what options for educating your child you have choosen be it a Virtual Academy, curriculum in a box, dual enrollment, unschooling, etc. We welcome all families educating their children at home in Idaho, regardless of religion, race, etc. Only requirement is that you live in Idaho or are moving to Idaho soon and that you teach your child at home or are thinking of teaching your child at home. The group is created to support you in your job as a home educator. This is a moderated group so no flaming, spam, etc. I look forward to getting to know you all and building a great support system for the homeschooling families in Idaho!

    Please visit the official IHEA website at Idaho Home Educators Association.

    To Subscribe, visit Idaho Home Educators.

    IdahoHomeschoolBookSwap - If you are a Idaho homeschool family and would like to sell your used books and curriculum, videos, CD's, clothes or other items that would be of use to other homeschooling families, you may do so here. This group is restricted only to homeschooling families who are currently living in Idaho.

    If you have a small family business or ministry (located in Idaho) and you have a product or service that would be of value to homeschool families, you may also post your information here.

    This is a family friendly group and the Items you post for sale and businesses represented must be suitable for all ages. No adult themes, occult or foul language allowed.

    All transactions are between the seller and the buyer. Idaho Homeschool Book Swap is not responsible for these transactions. This is just a place for you to list your items you have to offer

    To Subscribe, visit Idaho Homeschool Book Swap.

    IdahoLDSHomeschoolers - This is a list for Latter-day Saints in Idaho for discussion of methods, resources, etc. for educating their children in the home. The goal is to educate our children in the way best suited to our own situations, whether it is a combination of public school and afterschooling, dual enrollment, independent homeschooling or using the resources of the Idaho Virtual Academy. All discussion must relate to specifically homeschooling issues. In other words, discussion of legislation which addresses homeschooling issues is allowed; discussion of legislation regarding other issues which are not directly related to homeschooling, but which some may feel will indirectly affect other rights of homeschoolers, is not allowed. Any other political discussion is not appropriate for this list. Likewise, this list is not for child rearing issues (other than as they may relate to behavior during schooling settings), breastfeeding, homebirthing, gun control, the assumed interpretation of the founding fathers' intentions, Constitutional Rights, etc. There are many other forums for discussing those topics. Members of all faiths are welcome to join the list; however, the religious perspective and discussion will be solely from the LDS perspective and such discussion will be only as it pertains to the implementation of religious studies in the home school situation or of resources available for such study. You are asked to extend every courtesy to other list members. Flaming or criticizing other's opinions is not courteous. New members will automatically be moderated until after their first post. Members of the list who violate the list rules will receive one warning and will be placed on a temporary moderated status. Continued violation will cause the member to be unsubscribed. Membership will be upon the approval of the moderator.

    To Subscribe, visit Idaho LDS Homeschoolers.

    idgranola (Idaho Granola) - This is a group for parents in Idaho who homeschool and attachment parent. If you are unfamiliar with attachment parenting, you can find more information about it at Our focus here extends past the needs of small children and infants and into the gentle parenting of our kids as we homeschool. We have a very hands-on parenting style, we believe in child-led learning, and we love being with our kids. The list owner requests that all members treat each other with gentleness as you would treat your kids with gentleness. We are religiously and politically inclusive and all comments religious and political should be phrased as personal statements of belief rather than suggestions for others. Topics might include parenting, homeschooling, medicine, lifestyle, herbs, gardening, events in the state, etc.

    To Subscribe, visit Idaho Granola.

    INCH - Inland Northwest Christian Homeschoolers - Inland Northwest Christian Homeschoolers (INCH) is a Christian co-op and support group, serving homeschoolers in Coeur d'Alene and surrounding areas. INCH is not a drop-off program or a school, but a co-op run solely by volunteer moms and dads. We offer homeschool students, from preschool through high school, an assortment of academic and enrichment classes and social activities to supplement their homeschooling experience, as well as classes and workshops to encourage and support homeschooling moms. Field trips, service projects, events, and parties will also be scheduled throughout the year. All of our classes are taught by volunteer moms and dads, and we rely on God's guidance for all of our activities.

    For more information, visit INCH - Inland Northwest Christian Homeschoolers.

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