I am so happy to be telling you today about a new, very affordable homeschool PE program in the Santa Clarita Valley, something that is invaluable for homeschoolers to be able to learn the basics of a sport and play small games with their friends. It is offered by EMH Sports USA. The way it is set up is that the students learn one sport for 4 weeks and that 4 week session costs $20. EMH is now a vendor for most of the charter schools that serve Santa Clarita.
Feel free to check out their website for the parks nearest to you. They have classes at Valencia Glen Park on Fridays from 11am-12pm and at Central Park from 1pm-2pm. They have classes in multiple other locations in the San Fernando and Antelope Valleys.
Classes started already, but you can still register for this session and others. The minimum amount of kids they need to teach a specific class is 15. So, if you’ve been thinking about it all summer, now is the time to sign up. Their
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MARQUETTE — Friday, many students were at the Superior Dome picking up their new laptops.
Almost 6,000 computers changed hands Friday with more than 3,000 new ones going out to students.
N.M.U. has been replacing two-year-cycle computers with new notebooks that will now go on a three-year-cycle.
In addition to picking up their laptops, students could also get tips on how to operate them and purchase any last minute items they may need for classes.
(08-23) 14:52 PDT SAN FRANCISCO — California is witnessing a slow and steady decline of its prized systems of higher education specifically because legislative Republicans have blocked efforts to raise taxes to pay for them, the community college and state university chancellors said Monday in a blunt and sobering back-to-school message.
Both systems together lost $1.3 billion in state funding this year after Republican lawmakers invoked a pledge not to raise taxes, and the Legislature passed a budget with deep cuts.
As a result, community colleges are offering 5 percent fewer courses across all 112 campuses this year, with an unprecedented 670,000 students turned away for lack of space, Chancellor Jack Scott said.
Across CSU’s 23 campuses, students will find fewer instructors and more crowded classrooms this year, while library shelves will be left unfilled and roofs allowed to leak, Chancellor Charles Reed said.
California’s system is producing fewer skilled graduates than the economy demands, the back-to-school message said.
At the same time, students are paying far more than last year to attend.
They paid $26 a unit at community colleges last year.
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“People Do Not Have to Live With Fears and Phobias, They Can Learn How to Overcome It”Renee Sakr
After working only 8 hours with Suzie, Goldlite Hypnosis Institute had a big success with helping Suzie get rid of her Fears and Phobias.
Suzie is an executive 30 years old female. She had multiple Fears and Phobias. She had fears of flying and a fear from being in an elevator. She found Goldlite Hypnosis Institute online and decided to give Hypnosis a shot. She is engaged and she and her fianc live in different cities. She lives in Jacksonville Florida and her fianc lives in Chicago Illinois. So, because of her Fears and Phobias, and in order to see each other, the fianc had to do most of the flying in order to save Suzie from being exposed to something she hated to do.
Goldlite Hypnosis Institute worked with Suzie by doing Hypnoanalysis, it is a regression technique where they took Suzie back in time to a younger age when that problem started and kept on taking her back in time further and further, untill they found the root cause of her extreme fears and phobias.
When she was seven she watched a movie with her parents about an airplane that had problems and crashed into the ocean, and where almost everybody died from that crash except a few survivors. Read the full post…
Tarleton State University students and with scientists at the TAMU-Princeton Quantum Conference. Back row, from left: Zane Bishop; Dr. David Depatie (TAMU); TAMU graduate student; SY Cheng (California Berkeley); Nobel Prize winner Dr. David Lee (TAMU); Dr. Gershon Kurizki (Weizmann Institute of Science); Nobel Prize winner Dr. Dudley Herschbach (Harvard/TAMU); Dr. Marlan Scully (TAMU/Princeton); Britt Bell; Brett Hokr; and Charles Ballmann. Front row: Dr. Bryant Wyatt (head of Department of Mathematics, TSU); Travis Salzillo; Justin Highland; Jordan Hernandez; Jake Rhoades; James Boshart; Dr. Daniel Marble (head of Department of Engineering and Physics, TSU).
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