HARC – Helpful Information

Check out the articles or resources listed below for HARC students.

Schoology

Setting up Schoology

How to Submit Assignments to Schoology

Selling Used Books

For Books that HARC uses for resale follow these instructions.  They can be sold on our Shepard’s Church Facebook Marketplace

  1. Go to Shepard’s Church website. HOME – The Shepherd’s Church (shepherds.org)
  2. Click on the tab “About.”
  3. Click the link “Classifieds.”
  4. You will need to join if not already part this group.  If you join, please indicate that you are local to the area and please include a profile picture.
  5. Click on “Sell item.”
  6. Under “Title”  list it as HARC then the name of your book or book set.  This will help with searches.

8-10-2020  PSAT Information

The College Board has a page for homeschoolers:

https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10/taking-the-tests/homeschooled

It includes a link to find schools that are administering the test. Here is link to find schools in your area:

https://ordering.collegeboard.org/testordering/publicSearchCont

It looks like a lot of middle schools will be administering the exam again this year. Your best chance might be going to one of them.

Even though the scores only count in the 11th grade, they also took it in 10th grade as a way to get practice in a real environment. It only cost $15 then, $17 now. (Public schools should not charge an additional fee for administering the exam.) It was at different middle schools each year. They had a positive experience at both.

Since schools do not start until the 17th, don’t be surprised if they do not have the information yet.

6-8-2020  Article from HSLDA —  https://hslda.org/post/covid-19-relief-act-what-s-in-it-for-homeschoolers

5-28-2020  Educational Bureaucracy and the Collapse of Civics | The American Spectator

Educational Bureaucracy and the Collapse of Civics

5-8-2020  Two NC Legislative Updates–  Waiving of Annual Testing and Attendance         

The bill has passed and has been signed by the governor that waives annual testing for this school year. You also don’t have to keep attendance records beginning March 16.

Updates on HB 1047 & SB 706

8-12-2019   HARC article Taking Notes and Retention