All posts by Breanna Allard

Breanna Allard

About Breanna Allard

This blog is an eye-witness account into the life of a homeschooling family in Maine. Join us on our journey as we navigate through co-ops and support groups, determine the best curriculum or "unschooling" approach for our family, and the general learning curve that teaching and learning involves, even on the home front. From time to time, some blog posts will also share teaching activities and helpful resources found around Maine readers will find helpful in their own homeschooling adventure! *Use at your own risk/for your own entertainment.*

Homeschooling and the Law – UPDATE

UPDATE: My previous blog stated that the voting on proposed education bill LD 96 would take place on February 9, 2017. However, due to inclement weather it was postponed to February 27, 2017 at 10:00am in Augusta at the Cross Bldg., Room 202. Since my last post, I also received an e-mail from the bill’s sponsor Sen. […]

Homeschooling and the Law

In the state of Maine, the law currently states that a child must be enrolled in school (public, private, or homeschool) by their seventh birthday. What that means realistically is that schools can begin tracking a child’s attendance record at age seven.  Of course, public schools track all students’ attendance records once they begin kindergarten […]