Mar 19 2024


6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Homeschool 101

An introduction to homeschool education with the encouragement you need to start or continue on.

Have you ever thought about homeschooling your child(ren) but pushed the thought or seeming fantasy aside due to seeming impossibility, a lack the confidence or know how?

If so, please plan to join us on March 19th from 6:30-8:30pm at the Plympton Public Library, where we will answer five basic questions:

  • Who can homeschool?
  • Parents, grandparents? Students in Elementary School and or high school?
  • What is homeschooling? Features and benefits?
  • When do you homeschool? Practical day to day, week to week?
  • Where do you homeschool? The answer might surprise you.
  • Why would one consider or choose to educate their child(ren) at home?
  • How do you educate a child or multiple children?

Guest speaker, and Plympton resident Faith Doucette embarked on her home school journey 13 years ago.  She and her husband Chris Doucette , a lifelong Plympton resident, are currently home educating their five children,  in every grade level from the oldest that is dual enrolled as a high school senior in college, down to the youngest entering preschool with elementary,  middle and high school students in-between. 

She is passionate about home education and parent support and has over 12 years experience creating, directing and co-leading non profit homeschool co-ops and more recently even starting community based microschools.

To register for this program contact the Library at 781-585-4551 or email Mike at

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