Annual Winter Conference
Keynote Speakers: James and Tanya Dickens
Where: Church of the Holy Cross
2301 W. Millbrook Rd
Raleigh, NC 27612
Times: 7 pm- 9 pm
Friday evening registration 6 pm and workshops 7 pm- 9 pm
Saturday registration 8 am and workshops 9 am- 3 pm
Be sure to register early for this conference
Pre registration begins December 15th through midnight January 5th, 2014
If you have pre-registered you may pay at the door!
Pre-register online, Call (919) 872-2782 or email email@example.com
Children's Workshop Track
students grades K-8
NC Museum of Natural History presents
From the Mountain to the Sea
Come travel our great state with us as we discover the diverse geography, history, economy, traditions, and culture. Join us as we visit the Mountain region where the difficult terrain was once the homes of the American Indians and t hardy settlers. We’ll discover the traditions, and industry of this part of N.C. We’ll learn how the invention of the railroad connected the Mountains to the rest of the state. Then we’ll travel to the Piedmont and learn about the farming and manufacturing that helped to make it the center of North Carolina’s government. We’ll conclude our journey with the Coastal region where we’ll learn about the Lost Colony, lighthouses, and the exciting lives of the pirates!
Thank you for your patience as we continue to add to our great line up of conference speakers. and workshops!
Workshop Presenters and Speaker Bios:
Dori Staehle has close to 20 years of tutoring and consulting experience and has worked with public, private, and home schooled students and their families. She is a former homeschooling parent and a former Admissions Counselor.Dori loves to speak to homeschooling groups about managing ADHD symptoms naturally, homeschooling tips, transcript preparation, and the college maze.
Deborah Watkins owns the Gift of Knowledge tutoring company, where she tutors children in grades K-12 in literacy and math. She recently self-published a set of children's for beginning readers- "Read? Yes I Can ! The books are designed t help build a beginning reader's self-esteem and self confidence. Deborah serves on the Board of Directors for the Augustine Literacy Project and she is also an adjunct professor at North Carolina Central University in the School of Business.
Lyndon Hall Coordinator, Early College Promise and Dual Enrollment Programs, Vance Granville Community College.
Sharon Henderson serves with her husband Dave, as Regional Director for North Carolinians for Home Education, and is the original founder of the 'Spiceline' home school online support group. Sharon is a veteran home school teacher.
8700 Capital Blvd
Raleigh, NC 27616
Three ways to register for this conference
Call (919) 872-2782
Register and pay at the door
Conference Program Agenda
8:00 PM Friday Evening Keynote:
Saturday 8:30 AM
"Career and College Promise programs 101"
11:00 AM Saturday Featured Keynote Speaker
Hosted by Diane Allen