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Greetings from the President’s desk;

Summer has finally arrived. I would like to encourage you to enjoy your families during this summer season.  Make lasting memorable memories with your loved ones.  Whether it be day trips, staycations, or week long family vacations, may the Lord refresh your mind, body, and spirit during this season. 

Please make sure not to take a vacation from your relationship with Christ, but invite Him into every activity you and your family endeavor to do.  In doing so, may He will give you an opportunity in the midst of life to use for His Glory.   

“In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.”

Matthew 5:16 NIV

We are looking excitedly ahead to an event in October 6-7 2017, ENOCH of NJ is planning on hosting a one and a half Day Entrepreneurial workshop for New Jersey and surrounding states.  We believe you will be edified, encouraged and get a new and different prospective on other options beyond homeschooling for the future of your families and children.   Pre-registration will be opened on-line for the October workshops on July 15th, 2017 @ https://enochnj.webconnex.com/EntrepreneurshipWorkshop.   SPREAD THE WORD!

An outline for the workshops will be posted on the ENOCH website by that time.  And it is also listed below on out events and activities section of this newsletter.

These workshops will help young people find the right career instead of just getting a job that takes more specific education, planning and mentoring than we've been taught.

If you want your children to:

• Serve God

• Discover their gifts

• Serve others with their gifts and talents

• Develop an entrepreneurial mindset 

• Get specific education to operate in the Internet Age

• Provide well for their families

• Live financially free

• Contribute well to their communities. 

One of the duties of parents is to prepare their children to enter the Real World with an adequate education that will allow them to contribute to society and provide well for their families.

What worked in the Industrial Revolution no longer works as well today. Jobs are disappearing daily and many are being shipped overseas. Our schools have replaced our Christian heritage and academic focus with dumbed-down Humanistic philosophies.

Parents like us haven't been trained to think entrepreneurially in a system that was designed to create employees so we aren't equipped to train our children to be entrepreneurial. We have to learn it as we go.

These workshops give you a practical framework on 

Training Children to Be Leaders Instead of followers

May you all enjoy your summer, and your time with your family. 

God Bless and keep you all.   

David A. West

ENOCH President






You all know that ENOCH earns money by you sending us box tops, but did you know that you could also help ENOCH earn money by entering contests and shopping on-line? And you’re not going to believe how easy it is! Join Boxtops for Education and pick ENOCH as the school that you are going to support. Click BOXTOPS for EDUCATION and then "Sign Up to Support your School." In the lower right hand corner, put in the zip code 07735 and then click "FIND YOUR SCHOOL." Click on ENOCH's name and fill out the simple form! Explore the awesome site, enter some fun contests, let the kids play a game or two, do some online shopping, even print coupons for your next shopping trip with items that have BOXTOPS! Clip the BOXTOPS and send them on in! So far ENOCH has earned over $500. This has helped us greatly and we appreciate anything you could do for us.

Send Boxtops to:

Deborah O'Brien
c/o ENOCH of NJ
90 Nottingham Drive
Brick, NJ 08724




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All homeschooling families are encouraged to join Home School Legal Defense Association now and use ENOCH's special discount rate!

Email the Office for further details office@enochnj.org

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By Jaye Lewis
She was not the most popular girl in high school.  She was in advanced studies, in a school system that idolized their honors program. My daughters thought the world of her, and with good reason. Aimee was a patriot. No apologies nor excuses. She was an officer in her high school JROTC program. She was disciplined. Courageous. And she loved her country.

You could always pick Aimee out in a field filled with young, military hopefuls marching in formation. She was sharp. She was proud. And, in spite of her petite form, she always looked tall. But Aimee did not have it easy.  She was the butt of jokes and ridicule. Aimee worked her heart out in her classes, and she was about to graduate with a better than 5.0 average, which she had maintained for four straight years.

In a school system where the grade point average of the "honors" classes went up to 6.0, Aimee didn't stand a chance for Valedictorian. Some unseen experts decided that Aimee would not become Valedictorian, because it would be unfair to the honors students. Although she had never made less than an "A" in her entire high school career, some "A-B" student in the honors program outranked Aimee.

The high school Principal fought his way up through the School Board on Aimee's behalf, to give her the honor she deserved. It was an outrage that such excellence would be ignored. It didn't make the papers, but on graduation day, Aimee received her victory, and she became Co-Valedictorian of her high school class, although many of us thought she had earned the honor to stand alone. Aimee did not sit with the other graduates. She stood, proudly, with her JROTC unit, as the assembly turned towards them to salute the flag.  Aimee did not hold the flag, because she was graduating, but she was there, as always, proud to serve.

Graduation was held in the football field. It was sunny and windy, and it was wet, as it had rained torrents the night before. Suddenly, the wind kicked up, and the beautiful colors of the red, white, and blue tottered in the air, as the flag holder lost his footing, and the flag careened toward the ground. Without hesitation, breaking formation, Aimee launched herself through the air, catching the flag and landing in the mud, on her face.

Many in the crowd roared their laughter, but not all of us. Some of us were in tears, as Aimee, carefully steadied her country's flag, and came back into formation, her JROTC uniform covered in mud. But not the flag.  It never touched the ground. Aimee had saved the flag.

Aimee graduated with honors, and she went on to college with an ROTC Scholarship, and on into a military career. My daughters still speak of her as a hero, which she was, and in our hearts still is.  Aimee's story is what legends are made of. I have no doubt that Aimee is somewhere on the front lines, today, still defending the American flag.

© Jaye Lewis

Jaye Lewis is a Christian writer who lives and writes in the beautiful southern highlands of southwestern Virginia. Jaye is a U.S. Navy veteran, the wife of a retired Navy veteran, and the daughter of a World War II veteran.  Jaye says, "This is a true story about one of the bravest young women I have ever known."






We believe that the Bible is the inerrant, inspired word of God—the final authority for all truth and practice. In other words, it is God’s handbook for life. 2 Timothy 3:16-17 (NKJV) tells us, “All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.”




We are looking for a person or two who would serve as a liaison for HSLDA and ENOCH in serving the homeschool community and the politicians in Trenton. Liaison should possess knowledge in the legislative process in New Jersey, including how a bill is introduced, the hearing and voting requirements of the N.J. Assembly and Senate, as well as the governor’s final approval. Liaison must also be familiar with the regulatory agencies and law in New Jersey where such agencies or laws could have an impact on home education. These include the Department of Education, the Division of Family Services, and the Child Advocate’s Office. Other responsibilities would include: interfacing with HSLDA regarding legal threats to homeschooling freedoms in New Jersey; communicate to the ENOCH board regarding any local, state, national or international threats to homeschooling freedoms; communicate in writing – clearly outlining any threat to home education along with any recommended actions; communicate orally – to testify at Senate or Assembly hearings, and as needed with regulatory agencies; to recommend to the ENOCH board how and what to communicate to the public, including the press, regarding home education and any bills or laws related to homeschooling in New Jersey. Contact David West at president@enochnj.org.



*** ENOCH of NJ Presents

Entrepreneurship Workshop

With Rhea Perry


We are excited to share this wonderful opportunity to the homeschooling communities of New Jersey and beyond!   Please share this information with your local support groups and other folks that may be interested in hearing this “REALLY EXITING” information!   Rhea speaks to and trains all types of professionals including multi- millionaires….  

A day and a half days of encouragement, education and spectacular fun stories!

 SAVE THE DATE:  October 6-7, 2017

 Spend Friday night and all day Saturday learning how to help your young people gain a mindset for developing successful home businesses!

 Creating and managing a home business requires more specific education, planning and mentoring than we've been taught in traditional school.

 If you desire for your children or yourselves to:


• Discover their specific gifts

• Serve God and others with their gifts and talents

• Develop an entrepreneurial mindset 

• Get specific education to operate in the Internet Age

• Provide well for their families

• Live financially free

• Contribute to their communities

 Then bring them to this workshop to get vision for how to live and work outside of the educational box!

 One of the duties of parents is to prepare their children to enter the Real World with an adequate education that will allow them to contribute to society and provide well for their families. What worked in the Industrial Revolution no longer works as well today. Jobs are disappearing daily and many are being shipped overseas.

 Parents haven't been trained to think entrepreneurially in a system that was designed to train employees so many aren't equipped to educate children to be entrepreneurial.

 This workshop is designed to equip parents to think bigger about their children’s education and to help those creative entrepreneurs in the house find the freedom to be who God created them to be – business owners that solve problems for customers and create jobs to employ others.

 Our Speaker



Rhea Perry has educated her 7 children at home since 1987.  Her oldest son, Drew, brought his dad home from corporate America in just three years. Her second son, Will, started a successful commercial and industrial roofing company with his brother after apprenticing with a godly mentor.

In the 1980s, the Perry family represented Lifetime Books and Gifts, a company that supplied homeschoolers with living books and resources, throughout the South for five years. Through helping moms select curriculum, Rhea saw the importance of preparing young people to enter the world as leaders in business and government, but especially in home business.

After learning how to do business on the Internet from some very successful online marketers, she became an award-winning Internet business owner. Just a few years later, her husband of 33 years lost his battle with cancer and left her with four of their seven children still at home. The business that she built continues to provide for her family today.

Now, Rhea loves sharing her experience and knowledge of home business with homeschooling families all over the country. She believes education should empower students to serve God and mankind with their specific gifts as they create financial freedom. Building successful multiple streams of passive income through a few good home businesses is the best avenue.

 6 Sessions on Training Children/Families to Be Leaders in Home Business

Friday Night 7:00 – 8:00

 How We Brought Our Dad Home from Corporate America in Just 3 Years

 When Drew Perry was 18, he brought his college-educated dad home from corporate America in just three years. This interesting story, complete with pictures, will encourage and motivate your young people to think outside of the box and consider building financial freedom doing what they love through home business.

 8:30 – 9:30

 Home Business Education 101 – 7 foundational principles they don't teach in school

 Now that the Internet makes it even easier than ever to reach the world with your products or services, owning a home business is just one way for young people to implement practical leadership abilities to impact their world. Leadership education is different from employee-oriented education. So how do you know if you are encouraging your students to be leaders or employees? Get the answers, plus learn the secrets of entrepreneurial education the Perry family has discovered from almost 30 years of homeschooling about educating children, not just to get a diploma but for financial freedom!

 Saturday 9:00 AM to 10:00

 How to Prepare Girls for Home Business

 Whether we like it or not, there may be times in our daughter's lives before they are married, or if their husbands become ill, die or leave, when they will be required to provide financially for their children. In a world where outsourcing has become the norm in business, it's easier than ever to train young ladies to earn a nice income from home. Having foundational skills will give them the confidence they need to work part-time or full-time from home.

 10:15 to 11:15

 Apprenticeship: How to Find Godly Mentors for Your Teens

 After apprenticing with a godly homeschool dad, Rhea Perry's second son, Will, began his own business - a successful commercial roofing company. If you don’t know what to do with your budding entrepreneurs, make sure they don’t miss this story of how the Perrys implement mentors, live simply, and seek to glorify God by serving others with their natural talents and interests.

 1:00 – 2:00

 5 Home Business Projects that Teach Financial Literacy and Create Income

 In this insightful session, you will learn the fundamentals of five proven home businesses your family can start part-time that could possibly bring dad home like they did! You’ll also learn the four different types of work and why some of your children never finish a job.

 2:30 – 3:00

 How to Homeschool Your Teens for Business

 The way parents homeschool their children is just as important as the curriculum they use. To become successful leaders in the realm of business, students need to learn how to think differently. This unique session is jam packed with ideas and concepts that will challenge your young people to do more than what is expected of them. Tired of dragging your children through “school”? Don’t miss this session to discover the remedy.



June 5th - August 21st

Now is the time to sign up for your choice of summer classes.  They are currently all available!

Our newest option of a Recorded Class With Grading, is a great option for those of you who will be on vacation or can't commit to a particular class time.  That class option gives your child the flexibility of watching the class anytime during the week but still allowing him/her to get the professional animator feedback on their assignments.

For more information, check out their website below.



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Barns & Nobles would like to reach out to your organization because they work with schools and educators throughout Somerset, Hunterdon, Sussex, and Warren Counties. Some of you have families in your organization that could benefit from some of the things we offer for our educators.   Barnes & Noble can work with home school organizations and teachers the same as we do public school.

For one, your home school teachers are eligible for a 20% free educator discount card.  We are also having our educator appreciation week coming next week.  You can see more information at http://bit.ly/2lLzuOw .   Any non-profit groups are also eligible to apply for a discount card with deferred billing.  You can pay with purchase orders and of course get tax exemption as well.

Click below to see and print the application form and letter from Barns & Nobles. 


Please contact them with any questions or would like to talk farther.  We hope to hear from you!

Kind regards,

Debbie Kramer

Community Business Development Manager

Barnes & Noble Livingston

112 Eisenhower Parkway | Livingston, NJ | 07039

(o) 973 758-1317 | (f) 973 758-1318





Forget those expensive one-week summer camps. Brain Chase will keep your child entertained, excited, challenged and learning for a MUCH LOWER price than you can find anywhere else.

Our 7-week program starts at just $69/student, not counting early-bird pricing. That's less than $10/week! To learn more about our pricing structure, click here.

See you this summer!
Your Brain Chase Team



Sam Salo, he run a tutoring studio that specializes in CLEP and college credit tests, video game design, and other subjects.  He tutors online and in-person (in select locations).  He offers tutoring to both help and augment a student's current classwork, and He also offer tutoring that can serve as a student's class in a particular subject.  Below is a broad overview of the topics Sam teaches.  He has included his Facebook page link.


-CLEPs and college credit tests; topics include achieving a degree through testing, taking individual tests, the taking of tests (the art and "science" of how to approach them), and more

-ACT/SAT testing

-Core junior high and high school subjects, including mathematics, biology, chemistry, English, writing, and literature

-Graphic design and photography

-Video game design, including game theory, introductory programming, and introductory mobile game design

Formats of tutoring offered:

-One-on-one sessions

-Groups (classes)

-Supplemental tutoring and teaching for a student's preexisting classes

-Teaching by invitation from a group or school

Notes about curriculums and online tutoring:

-If a student is using a curriculum for a subject, I will use that with my teaching. If a student needs a recommendation for learning materials, I can provide the learning materials and curriculum's.

-For online tutoring, I use Skype (or Google+, FaceTime, or another online whiteboard option). Through web cams and screen sharing, it is simple, fluid, and fun.

Facebook page and contact information:

-On Facebook: Facebook.com/rlctutoring

-Email: samsalostudios@gmail.com


-His rates are $20-25/hour, depending on the subjects. I tutor both one-on-one sessions and group sessions, depending on the needs and requests of individual students and families.


-His rates are $20-25/hour, depending on the subjects. I tutor both one-on-one sessions and group sessions, depending on the needs and requests of individual students and families.




Duke Farms offers lots of wonderful programs.  They are located on 2,740 acres in Somerset County. It is one of the largest privately-owned parcels of undeveloped land in the state, and the property is rich in ecological, horticultural and agricultural resources. We also offer some unique opportunities for education that you might be interested in as a homeschooling parent.

Not only do they offer free admission six days a week (we’re closed on Wednesdays), we have a variety of free site-specific lesson plans online that can be completed while you explore the 18 miles of trails on our property. My motivation for reaching out to you was to share two new series we’re offering: Butterfly Gardening for Home Schoolers and Kids Orchid Club. Butterfly Gardening will teach students about life cycles, pollinators, and gardening in a very hands-on setting, while the Orchid Club will meet monthly and will be a hands-on introduction to botany through the beauty and mystique of orchids.

Right now they are also at the peak of nesting season for the pair of bald eagles on our property and you can watch our live cam 24/7! (Although last weekend’s storm caused a hiccup – they hoping to be back online this week!) They worked with teachers and the Conserve Wildlife Foundation on NJ to develop K-12 lesson plans that teach students math, science, language arts, history and art through the lens of our cam. The plans can be found here.

Duke Farms also offers about 300 educational programs per year on topics from maple sugaring to birdwatching. Family programs can be found here.  They would also love input on additional environment-related classes that the children in your life would be interested in, as they hope to increase our offerings for homeschool families.  Feel free to forward this information to your networks and if you have any questions about Duke Farms or ideas for programs, please don’t hesitate to reach out!  They love to hear from you.

Samantha Wolfe

Programs Assistant

Duke Farms Foundation

1112 Dukes Parkway West

Hillsborough NJ 08844

(908) 722-3700

DukeFarms.org | Facebook | Twitter





At Duke Summer Academy, we believe that while learning, students can change the world.  Please share the message below with the students and parents in your organization to invite them to have the experience of a lifetime:

We have two exciting competitions you can be involved in this summer at Duke!

Spend your summer at Duke’s Global Giver Academy and become a bona fide philanthropist.  You will have the opportunity not only to learn the ins and outs of philanthropy by earning community service hours at local charities, but also the chance to engage in advocacy firsthand.  As an acting “board member” of a local charity, you will make a case of for your favorite organization and have the opportunity to benefit it in a huge way.  The most compelling team will win $500 for their charity, receive a special certificate of achievement, and, most importantly, know that they made a real difference for the local community.

Enroll in Global Entrepreneur Academy and gain critical business, marketing, and strategy skills to develop real startup ventures.  Students will have the chance to pitch their own ideas at the conclusion of the Academy and win awards for the best new startups.

First Prize: $250
Second Prize: $150
Third Prize: $100

Along with the winning prize money to help advance your entrepreneurial career, you will earn a certificate of achievement demonstrating that your team’s creativity and critical thinking produced a top startup pitch!


Nicki Charles, Ed.D.
Director of Summer Academy for High School Students
Duke University (Durham, North Carolina USA)



Save the Date: Friday, October 13, 2017
7:00-9:00 PM

 All parents and students are welcome to attend the Christian College Fair, hosted by Hawthorne Christian Academy, in the upper gym. Meet representatives from more than 30 Christian colleges, and attend the Financial Aid Workshop at 7:45.
Admission is free.

We would love to see you there!
Please feel free to extend the invitation to your friends and family! 
Save time at the fair by going to 
www.christiancollegefairs.com to get your barcode!
For more information, contact Mrs. Jennifer Eelman, Director of Guidance,
at (973) 423-3331 x270, or visit www.myblueprintstory.com.


HELP WANTED - The Home Educators Resource Directory

If you love homeschooling and want to make a difference, this is a perfect opportunity. 

HERD is in need of your help with our resource directory. As an independent representative you work for yourself mainly on the computer and phone. There is no upfront fees required to work with HERD and we pay 30% commissions based

on monthly sales generated. The only requirement is an enthusiasm to help fellow homeschoolers by sharing your knowledge of educational products and services. We supply full training and guidance. Work your own hours around your family’s schedule. 

Part time or Full time. 

Contact: Mindy Lively mindy@homeEDdirectory.com  602 413 4814


Share your experiences, product reviews, and homeschool knowledge with our community. Submit your product review or article to HERD.

Send to admin@homeEDdirectory.com

Student submissions are welcome if they are related to home education. This is a great way to share student experiences with other home educators. 

Thank you,

Mindy Lively

Home EDucators Resource Directory

Comprehensive Resources for the Home Educator



(P) 602-413-4814

(F) 866-272-0804



Back to (Home) School Encouragement with Karen DeBeus 


I have always loved speaking at homeschool conventions in the Spring. Yet, over the years I have desired to do something right before school begins in the fall because that is such a critical time to really focus on our priorities. Plus, I think it is integral that homeschooling moms PRAY over their homeschools before the beginning of the year.

So this summer, after the curriculum has been planned, and the schedules have been set, come on out for a Homeschool Mom’s Day Out! This is a Back to (Home) School Day of Encouragement. 

We will not focus on being prepared academically, but spiritually. I will be giving a few sessions that will focus on simplifying your homeschool, focusing on the most important things before you dive into the school year, letting God lead your homeschool, and more!

Come on out for fellowship and encouragement!

Back to (Home) School Encouragement with Karen DeBeus
Friday, August 25
10am- 3pm

Grace Bible Chapel
Chester, NJ

PLEASE RSVP—> email karen@simplylivingforhim.com or visit the Facebook Event Page

*Light refreshments will be served; bring a bagged lunch
*$10 suggested donation but NOT required. Just come as you are able!


My name is Ryan Brown, and in addition to being a math teacher at The Hun School of Princeton, I am also a professional math tutor during the summer months. I would like to introduce myself and offer my math tutoring services to any students in your organization who might require them.

Please feel free to pass along the attached poster, or forward this email, to any parents/students who might be interested.

**Does your son/daughter need help with math this summer?

 **Do you want your son/daughter to get a head start on next year’s math class?

 **Current math teacher at college-prep, private high school with almost 20 years of experience in math teaching and tutoring for high school and college students

 **Can tutor at your home or in public locations (school, local library, etc.)

 **Subjects taught/tutored: Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus (including AP Calculus AB)

Thank you for your time and consideration, and I hope you have a wonderful summer!

Ryan Brown

Ryan M. Brown
Mathematics and Music Teacher
The Hun School of Princeton
176 Edgerstoune Road
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
(609) 921 – 7600, extension 2325


Knowlton Fine Arts Homeschool Co-Op is offering an array of classes on Fridays and a mix of parent led classes to round out the children's days.  New this year is a selection of science classes, clubs and private lessons on Wednesdays as well.  Fine Art instruction Prek-12th.  Art classes include: Elementary Art, General Art, Drawing, Acrylics, Watercolors, Sculpture, and Pottery.  Music Instruction includes: piano, voice, choir, instrumental, band, and strings.  Theater and dance offerings on Fridays.

Registration is now open to new members.  Please visit our 
website for more details.   https://www.homeschool-life.com/1896/index_public?Logout=1


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Swim with an Adult

*All children age 3 and younger, and those not potty-trained, must wear two reusable diapers.

Place: Little Dolphins Swim Academy

424 Vosseller Avenue

Bound Brook, NJ 08805

Time: Thursdays 1:30-3pm

Rates: One child $8

Two Siblings $15

Three-Four Siblings $20

To confirm your attendance, please email us at info@swimldsa.com.



Hello friend, 

  My name is Tina Piper.  My husband and I have 7 children that we’ve homeschooled since they were born.  Recently, we started LumaLearn, a marketplace of online Christian classes.  It’s like Amazon, but for online Christian education…just point and click to check out classes J. 

  I’m writing to ask a favor – would you please share our information with Education Network of Christian Home Schoolers (ENOCH) of NJ or any other friends you think would be interested? It would be a true blessing.

  Parents and students can check out our current courses and teachers!        

  Additionally, if you or someone you know would be interested in teaching, they can check us out by clicking here, or by scrolling down to the bottom of our website.

  Thank you so much in advance for sharing us with your NJ friends and any others! 

  Please also like and share us on Facebook and Twitter 


Tina Piper



w: www.LumaLearn.com


e: info@lumalearn.com


Macculloch Hall Historical Museum

45 Macculloch Ave., Morristown, NJ 07960

Summer Saturdays for Families

Come to the garden and learn how to make refrigerator pickles, help tend the vegetables, create nature-inspired art, and learn about helpful insects and pollinators through games and garden scavenger hunts.
10-11:30 am

Session 1:  July 8, July 15, and July 22

Session 2:  July 29, Aug 5, and Aug 12


Ages 3 and up, accompanied by parent/guardian

Pre-registration required.  Call (973) 538-2404 ext. 16 or email cwinslow@maccullochhall.org

Arch-KID-tecture Workshop

Explore the built environment to discover how past architectural styles influence the present.  Activities include a walking tour of Morristown’s historic district, hands-on building challenges and a visit to MHHM’s summer exhibit, “From Homestead to Historic House:  The Architectural History of Macculloch Hall”.

Tuesday, July 11
Tuesday, July 25
$6/child Museum members; $8/child non-members
Ages 7 and up.  Accompanying adult free.
Pre-registration required.  Call (973) 538-2404 ext. 16 or email




 SUMMER ART CAMP is all about creative thinking and problem solving while exploring a variety of art materials and processes. Each day we will be inspired by the various weekly themes and create fun and exciting projects by painting, drawing, building, printmaking, collage, clay and more! A Healthy Snack will be provided and, as long as the weather permits, the children will enjoy outside play and activities.

AM CERAMIC SAMPLER CAMP: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Ages: 6 and up)
Each week, unique and fun clay projects are designed to teach different hand building techniques from pinching, to working with coils, soft and leather hard slabs, to using molds and may include beginning pottery skills such as centering on the wheel, and throwing cylinders and bowls. We will explore different methods of surface decoration including texture, sprig molds, underglazes, and sgraffito. There will be new demonstrations, projects and lessons throughout the summer based on student’s interests and abilities that also incorporate the weekly theme of Markeim’s Art Camp.

PM POTTERY CAMP: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm (Ages: 8 and up)
Students learn the fundamentals of working on the potter’s wheel in a real ceramic studio. Students will learn and practice wedging, centering, opening up and pulling walls of wheel thrown forms. They will progress through the trimming and glazing process to complete their projects.





Dear MoMath friends, Slide into summer at MoMath with an ongoing slate of mathematical adventures. Maintain your balance at Equilibrium, MoMath’s new game night for adults; celebrate the summer solstice with sundials and stickers; and don’t miss the opening of MoMath’s new basketball exhibit, Hoop Curves, featuring a visit by NBA executive and retired professional basketball star, Kiki VanDeWeghe. Plus, enjoy an evening of music featuring hedge fund whiz Pete Muller; explore hands-on math with international math popularizers Marcus du Sautoy (UK) and Jürgen Richter-Gebert (Germany); hear a unique story from NPR’s “The Math Guy” Keith Devlin; and experience the first-ever New York Math Festival, featuring a full day of mathematical fun in the sun.

Wed, July 5

Math Encounters: "Diffusion of the Dead" with Thomas Woolley

Thurs, July 6

Pete Muller performs at the Cutting Room to benefit MoMath

Fri, July 7

Family Fridays at MoMath presented by Two Sigma: "Get into the Game!" with Tim Chartier

Sun, July 9

Math Metropolis, a festival of math fun, on the plaza at 28 Liberty

Thurs, July 13

Tween Primes, the MoMath book club for tweens and teens: The Man Who Counted by Malba Tahan

Tue, July 18

Bitcoin: A little “bit" of math, featuring Geva Patz

Thurs, July 20

Volumes, the MoMath book club: A Certain Ambiguity: A Mathematical Novel by Gaurav Suri and Hartosh Singh Bal

Tue, July 25

Math on Trial: How Numbers Get Used and Abused in the Courtroom, with Coralie Colmez

Mon, July 31through
Fri, August 4

Roundtable: the MoMath Math Teachers' Circle - Five days of engaging math evenings for K-6 educators

Wed, August 2

Math Encounters: "Deep Math: Between Combinatorics and Chocolate" with Persi Diaconis

Fri, August 4

Family Fridays at MoMath presented by Two Sigma: "Magic Squares and Magical Squaring" with Art Benjamin

Sat, August 5through
Sun, August 6

Expressions: the MoMath hackathon, sponsored by Two Sigma Investments

Sun, August 6 through
Tues, August 8

MOVES 2017, The Magic of Math - Join MoMath for its biannual research conference on recreational mathematics.  Mathematicians, math educators, and families: all are welcome!


MoMath's Derivatives tour program and Explorations sessions, available upon request



Jayne Irvine is a vocal and piano instructor working out of her studio in Brick, NJ.

She has a Master of Arts from the Teachers College at Columbia University in New York with an emphasis in vocal and choral pedagogy and has been teaching privately for five years in NYC and NJ. She works with students from age 6 and onward in learning music. She currently offers in-home and in-studio piano, voice, and group voice lessons. She primarily teaches private lessons, but also offers vocal and choral pedagogy classes, workshops, and master classes.

The first lesson is always Free! If you want to know if she is the right fit for you, book a Complimentary lesson at: info@jaynesmusicstudio.com

To learn more about Jayne, including testimonials, teaching style, and background, visit:




Jayne's Music Studio- Fostering a life-long love of music


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Attain a NJ State High School Diploma Earn up to 30 College Credits at the same time

The DEED (Dual Enrollment Education) program allows high school and home school students (usually juniors and seniors) to enroll in college courses for credit prior to high school graduation in a safe and caring college environment. The DEED Program helps students save both time and money.  Complete the requirements for a NJ State High School Diploma while simultaneously earning up to 30 college credits.


DEED Program is a Pillar College’s program for high school or home schooled students to take up to 10 accredited college courses that meet the NJ State high school completion requirements, while earning transferable credits toward an Associate or Bachelor degree.

Why Pillar College?

The Unique Benefits and Features of our DEED Program

Call: 1-973- 803-5000 ext.1040 | E-mail: DEEDprogram@pillar.edu   /   www.pillar.edu

Pillar College 60 Park Place, Suite 701, Newark, NJ 07102


Concurrent Enrollment Program

Raritan Valley Community College has partnered with select area high schools that make it possible for students to take challenging college courses and earn college credits during a regular school day. The cost of tuition is significantly lowered for this program. After graduation from high school, the credits earned can be used at RVCC or to transfer to another college or university.

Courses include: English Composition 1; Pre-Calculus 1 & 2; Anatomy and Physiology 1 & 2; Introduction to Criminal Justice and Principles of Biology.

High schools offering RVCC courses include

·         Bound Brook

·         Bridgewater-Raritan

·         Central Jersey College Prep Charter

·         Franklin

·         Hillsborough

·         Hunterdon Central

·         Hunterdon County Polytech Career Academy 

·         North Hunterdon

·         North Plainfield

·         Ridge

·         Somerset County Vocational & Technical High School 

·         Somerville

·         Voorhees


To be eligible for the Concurrent Enrollment Program you must:

·         Be a high school junior or senior

·         Have a minimum 3.0 GPA (Exceptions may be made with a letter of support from a teacher in the relevant discipline)

·         Obtain signatures from high school guidance counselor as well as parent/guardian

·         Meet testing pre-requisites for courses 

Early College Credits Program

Complete courses that most college degree programs require. Explore a course in a major you are seriously considering for your future. Choose from hundreds of courses offered on campus. Use the credits at RVCC or take them with you to another college. The credit you earn now will wait for you. If your high school allows, you may be able to use the credits to fulfill high school requirements. Complete stimulating assignments with knowledgeable professors in an intimate college setting.  

To learn about the application & registration process go to: http://www.raritanval.edu/academic-programs/early-college-programs/early-college-credits

Concurrent Enrollment vs. Early Credit

Concurrent Enrollment

Early Credits


Discounted Tuition

Regular Tuition (out-of-county tuition fees apply to anyone outside of Hunterdon & Somerset counties)

Class Options

Limited to List  

(see program details)

Any Class:

Student’s Choice

GPA Requirement

3.0 or above

N/A (placement test needed for math/English)

High School Affiliation

Limited to List

(see program details)

Any high school

Events: Learn more about RVCC

Information Sessions

Friday, 7/7/17, 10 AM – 11 AM

Friday, 7/14/17, 10 AM – 11 AM

Friday, 7/21/17, 10 AM – 11 AM

Friday, 7/28/17, 10 AM – 11 AM

Open Houses

Saturday, 10/21/17, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

To register for one of these events, go to: http://www.raritanval.edu/events

Want to learn more, but can’t attend an event?  Contact the Admissions department – anyone on our team is happy to guide you! (908) 526-1200 ext. 7009

We are located at: 118 Lamington Road, Branchburg NJ 08876



 SUMMER SOCCER TEAMS – Boys & Girls Born between 2002 - 2008

Runs from Mid-June – Mid-July

FC Europa was formed to give youth soccer players professional coaches and trainers, with a defined curriculum to help foster your child's soccer development. Our mission - through supportive coaching and programs, will help your child on and off the field with greater self-confidence.

Each of our teams will be professionally trained and coached. We also offer specialized trainers to work with goalies, along with trainers to work on conditioning and speed and agility.

We will be training and playing at our locations in Middlesex and Monmouth counties. Our teams will be competing in EDP under US Club Soccer.

We offer the most affordable program with more training, tournaments and league play than other clubs do. Financial assistance is available for families that may need it so that cost will not be a factor in your child's development.

FC Europa will offer your child top level training and development as we strive to be the premier club for your child. As our motto states: Accountability-Dedication-Excellence, and we will pass this is on to your child.

As for their brochure at http://www.fcesa.com/


Wondershare Filmora is very excited to tell you that we are offering a scholarship to students. We would love to make an application for this scholarship available to your students.

Eligibility Requirements
In order to participate in the scholarship contest, applicants must meet the following criteria:
1. Must be enrolled in an accredited college or University for the 2016-2017 academic year
2. Must provide your video by deadline of September 30, 2017
3. A winner will be chosen of the second week of October 2017 and receive a reward of $1000 scholarship

All application submission should be summit on page:

We would be honored if you could let your students know of this opportunity and possibly includes us on your scholarship resource page.

If you have any questions please let us know.

Wondershare Filmora Team





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