You are cordially invited to attend our annual SELAH Spring Tea on Saturday, March 28th at 10am.
Sometimes our focus on our children's eternal future becomes blurred by our focus on their day-to-day. Join us as special guest Rebecca Kocsis, General Manager of CHEA, graciously reminds us to refocus our attention on 'Your Life's Greatest Work.'
WHEN: March 28th, 10am
WHO: Homeschool Moms (SELAH and non-SELAH members)
WHERE: Calvary Christian Fellowship
1175 Hillsdale Ave, San Jose
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About Our Speaker: Once a homeschooler, always a homeschooler? “We homeschool our kids,” the pastor declared. He then posed the question, “Does anybody else?” Rebecca was quick to raise her hand. Then she realized that she hadn’t actually homeschooled in a number of years. She and her husband Ed had graduated of their youngest child in 2006, thus completing 22 years of home education, graduating all five of their children from their homeschool.
She first began serving CHEA while it was still a fledgling organization in 1986 by opening mail and filling requests for information and materials. As her family grew, both in size and number, she could no longer cover the mail and materials requests, though the whole family remained involved as Annual Convention staff running the Used Curriculum Exchange.Rebecca served for 15 years as a private school satellite program (PSP) administrator and several years on CHEA’s Regional Advisory Board.
In addition to serving on the Board of Directors, she currently serves as General Manager and Support Network Director overseeing CHEA’s statewide network of homeschool groups, writing a bi-monthly newsletter for leaders, and organizing leadership conferences that are held in conjunction with our Conventions. Rebecca is also the author of “Let Not Your Feathers Be Ruffled” a devotional for homeschoolers. She counts it a privilege to still be serving the homeschool community after all of these years. Yes, once a homeschooler, always a homeschooler.