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March - 2017 NEWSLETTER


Greetings from the President’s desk;

Our Convention (Early Bird) Registration has been open since February 1st, with little or no activity. We, the ENOCH BOARD, have some hard and serious decisions to make by the second week of March (10 days), including whether or not we shall proceed with this year’s annual convention.

I am aware that the focus for most of you attending the conference is that the Vendors are very important, and treat the workshops as a secondary concern and others come primarily for used books/curriculums. But, the conference is so much more than just those things… Due to recently scheduled unforeseen date conflicts with other state conferences, we are encountering difficulty in attracting a lot of the Vendors you may have desired. And as for attendees, as the saying goes “people make time to do the things they really want to do”, yes life is busy for us all… We all have 24 hours a day and focus on what is important for us and our families and work towards achieving those goals…

Today, as I am writing this note to you, we have received another two vendor registrations, bringing it to a current grand total of 11 total vendors. We are still working with other vendors to get their confirmation. And as you know, people tend to procrastinate in so many areas and at times wait till last minute to decide on attending an event… If you were planning on attending ENOCH’s conference do not delaying registering So, based on the numbers we will be making our final, prayerful, decision. The Annual ENOCH Conference is a place of; encouragement, refreshment, inspiration, gleaning of ideas, assistance, and a reminder of why it is you chose to homeschool in the first place… And we do want to thank all of those who have been so very faithful thru the years in supporting this ministry with your time, finances and prayers. We really do have a fantastic program of speakers set up and an awesome children’s program.

We ask if you would please spread the word. We need to add to the attendee count to make it worth the vendor’s time and energy to register. We are saddened that there is a big possibility that we may have to cancel our ENOCH annual conference this year, if the attendee numbers do not increase before the date of our decision in ten days. We wanted to give you a heads up before – so you would be aware of the circumstances when we do make our decision.

ENOCH of NJ is a completely voluntary run organization, for the sole purpose of serving the homeschoolers of NJ. We have faced many challenges and struggles in the past, and as before, we are trusting God to write the final chapter, again. Unlike the many surrounding states who have very stringent regulations for their homeschool communities, currently NJ has very little restrictions… But, it has come with many battles along the way, with much vigilance, with many grass root sharing that have blocked many bills and laws which have tried to regulate our state, by serial organizations and ENOCH who uphold and represent the homeschooling families of New Jersey and working with other state leaders similar to ENOCH. ___________________________________________________

ENOCH CONVENTION 2017 THEME: Be Bold, Strong and VERY Courageous.
Deuteronomy 31:6 - NLT

So be strong and courageous! Do not be afraid and do not panic before them. For the lord your God will personally go ahead of you. He will neither fail you nor abandon you.” ___________________________________________________

Reminder, there will be continual and perpetual attacks to our homeschooling community in the future by different sources – so, we must continue to be alert, informed and watchful as not lose our homeschooling freedoms and privileges. All we do for ENOCH is for His glory and Kingdom that we serve the Homeschooling families of our state. Our God is ever faithful and is the God of miracles….

The Lord God Almighty is with us! By His Grace may we be with in sync with His will and grace....

“Then he answered and spake unto me, saying, this is the word of the Lord unto Zerubbabel, saying, Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the Lord of hosts.”
Zechariah 4:6 KJV

As of right now - We are looking forward to an encouraging and uplifting time, on April 22, 2017, for New and Seasoned Homeschooler alike.

Come And Be Refreshed In Your Spirit!!

Come And Be Refreshed In Your Purpose!!

Please keep ENOCH in your prayers.

Looking forward to seeing you all there.

May God Bless You Richly!

David A. West







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



Support ENOCH when you shop on Amazon! Click here a link your shopping to Amazon Smiles. Find Education Network of Christian Homeschoolers (ENOCH) of NJ. A percentage of your shopping is donated to ENOCH!


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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Have you ever felt the urge to pray for someone and then just put it on a list and said, "I'll pray for them later?" Or, has anyone ever called you and said, "I need you to pray for me, I have this need?" Read this story - may it change the way that you think about prayer and also the way you pray. You will be blessed by this.

-- Author unknown

A missionary on furlough told this story while visiting his home church in Michigan. "While serving at a small field hospital in Africa, every two weeks I traveled by bicycle through the jungle to a nearby city for supplies. This was a journey of two days and required camping overnight at the halfway point.

On one of these journeys, I arrived in the city where I planned to collect money from a bank, purchase medicine and supplies, and then begin my two-day journey back to the field hospital. Upon arrival in the city, I observed two men fighting, one of whom had been seriously injured. I treated him for his injuries and at the same time talked to him about the Lord.

I then traveled two days, camping overnight, and arrived home without incident.

Two weeks later I repeated my journey. Upon arriving in the city, I was approached by the young man I had treated. He told me that he had known I carried money and medicines. He said, "Some friends and I followed you into the jungle, knowing you would camp overnight. We planned to kill you and take your money and drugs. But just as we were about to move into your camp, we saw that you were surrounded by 26 armed guards. At this I laughed and said that I was certainly all alone in that jungle campsite. The young man pressed the point, however, and said, "No sir, I was not the only person to see the guards. My five friends also saw them, and we all counted them. It was because of those guards that we were afraid and left you alone."

At this point in the sermon, one of the men in the congregation jumped to his feet and interrupted the missionary and asked if he could tell him the exact day this happened. The missionary told the congregation the date, and the man who interrupted told him this story: "On the night of your incident in Africa, it was morning here and I was preparing to go play golf. I was about to putt when I felt the urge to pray for you. In fact, the urging of the Lord was so strong, I called men in this church to meet with me here in the sanctuary to pray for you. Would all of those men who met with me on that day stand up?" The men who had met together to pray that day stood up.

The missionary wasn't concerned with who they were, he was too busy counting how many men he saw. There were 26.


This story is an incredible example of how the Spirit of the Lord moves in mysterious ways. If you ever hear such prodding, go along with it.

Nothing is ever hurt by prayer except the gates of hell. I encourage you to share this story with as many people as you know. If we all take it to heart, we can turn this world toward God once again. As the above true story clearly illustrates, "with God, all things are possible" - and more importantly, how God hears and answers the prayers of the faithful.

After you read this, please pass it on and give God thanks for the beautiful gift of your faith, for the powerful gift of prayer, and for the many miracles He works in your own daily life.



The Bible

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.



Summer Animation Classes

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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2017 Clean Tech Competition

Challenge your students to “Create a Greener Future”

Registration is open! Win up to $10,000!

Registration for the 2017 Clean Tech Competition has been open for three weeks and in that time, we have had 60 different teams from eight different nations sign up to take on the challenge to Create a Greener Future! We want students from New Jersey represented in 2017 and you can help by getting the word to the students at Education Network of Christian Home Schoolers (ENOCH) of NJ.

The Clean Tech Competition is an international research and design challenge for 15-18 year old pre-university students. This is a prestigious educational opportunity for students across the world that challenges students to be innovative while encouraging their passion for the sciences and we want to invite the students of your school to participate in this year’s competition! With your position within Education Network of Christian Home Schoolers (ENOCH) of NJ, I am hopeful you will see the merit of this competition and spread the word to your students.

2016 saw the largest competition ever and Clean Tech continues to grow! There were 392 teams from 19 different countries participated with almost 1,000 total students participating. Along with the 19 countries, the final round had four different nations represented and competing for first prize! And at this rate of registration and your help, it will only continue to get bigger! Registration closes on March 24th but don’t delay, once 4pmrolls around on March 24, late entrants will not be allowed.

Competition Information

Each year, the Clean Tech Competition encourages scientific understanding of real-world issues and the integration of environmentally responsible energy sources.

How can your students get involved?

To help bring the Clean Tech Competition to your country and schools, we ask that you share information about this opportunity with students, fellow educators, and parents. Feel free to distribute the following informational documents:

If you have any questions regarding the competition details, or how to incorporate the competition into your curriculum, please contact us. We look forward to having participants representing New Jersey schools in the Clean Tech Competition this year and in years to come!

Contact Information

Competition Administrator: Mr. Frank DiGiovanni
 Email: cleantech@cstl.org 
 Phone: 516-764-0045
 Website: www.CleanTechCompetition.org
Facebook & Twitter #CreateAGreenerFuture

“From young minds come fresh solutions”

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Recreational Swim for Homeschooled Students

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.



My name is Sam Salo, and I run a tutoring studio that specializes in CLEP and college credit tests, video game design, and other subjects. I tutor online and in-person (in select locations). I offer tutoring to both help and augment a student's current classwork, and I also offer tutoring that can serve as a student's class in a particular subject. Below is a broad overview of the topics I teach. I have also included my 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

-Phone: 262.721.8887


-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

We offer lots of wonderful programs at Duke Farms, which is 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 I thought you might be interested in as a homeschooling parent.

Not only do we 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 we 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 – we’re hoping to be back online this week!) We’ve 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.

We also offer about 300 educational programs per year on topics from maple sugaring to birdwatching. Family programs can be found here. I would also love input on additional environment-related classes that the children in your life would be interested in, as we 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! I’d 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)


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/

I can forward to you if interested.


Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education

We are looking forward to a beautiful winter on the farm!

Classes run from January 17th/18th/19th to March 7th/8th/9th.

Each course syllabi are available via the registration forms.

Space is Limited - Register today!

Click HERE for Pre-K/K Classes (ages 3-5)

Click HERE for Lower-Level Classes (ages 6-11)

Click HERE for Upper-Level Classes (ages 12-14)

Our mission is to provide hands–on educational experiences for all young people by exploring the complex interconnectedness of our natural world. Our purpose is to educate children about food, agriculture, and the environment. We believe people should make meaningful connections with our natural world in order to become responsible stewards of local and global sustainability.

Questions? Give us a call (609-298-4028) or send Jenna an email Jenna@fernbrookfarms.com


Save the date for the HSN Curriculum Tea! This annual event is scheduled for Saturday, 4/8/17 from 9:00-11:30 at the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (2730 Princeton Pike, Lawrenceville).

We’ll sip tea and nibble breakfast treats while sharing our favorite curriculum with each other. At 10:30, we'll also have the opportunity to join in mini-discussions focusing on early education and Charlotte Mason, homeschooling in the middle school years, and AP/SAT II and other testing for high schoolers.

Whether you have a “go to” resource you’ve used for years, advice to share about online resources or local classes, or just questions about curriculum you’d like to try, this is a wonderful opportunity for new and veteran homeschoolers alike to learn from each other. It’s also a great chance to share information about co-op classes, field trips, and other enrichment opportunities in the nearby community.

Representatives from several organizations providing homeschool courses will also be in attendance to answer your questions and provide information about upcoming programs.

We all have pockets of knowledge that can be invaluable to each other as we develop our homeschooling plans for next year. Let’s tap into the well of wisdom in the homeschooling community at this annual event!


This event is open to new and veteran homeschoolers and those considering homeschooling. It’s a great opportunity to look at curricular resources currently being used by homeschoolers and to hear recommendations about online and local classes, co-ops, field trips, and more!

www.homeschoolsupport.org, or email us at hsn@homeschoolsupport.org.


Liberty Hall Museum Home School Day

Students and their families are invited to Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University on March 7th for Home School Day. Museum educators in period dress will guide students on a trip back in time to learn about the events that led to the American Revolution. Students will trace the path to Revolution from the first stirrings of discontent to the birth of the nation. While walking the same floorboards trod by George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, William Livingston and other luminaries of the Revolutionary period, students will experience history where it happened!

Liberty Hall has an indoor lunchroom however, we do not offer food service facilities so pack a lunch. Cost is $15.00 for students and $10.00 for adults and includes admission, all programming and materials. The program is appropriate for ages 6-14. The program will begin promptly at 10am and will end at 2pm. Space is limited, tickets must be purchased in advance by visiting our website www.kean.edu/libertyhall and clicking on the events page or by calling the museum at 908-527-0400. Please contact Maryellen McVeigh with any questions at marymcv@kean.edu.


Markeim Summer Art Camp

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.




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



Revealing Pictures: Photographs from the Christopher E. Olofson Collection
 February 4, 2017 – July 2, 2017

The Berlin Painter and His World: Athenian Vase-Painting in the Early Fifth Century BC 
March 4, 2017 – June 11, 2017



Grades 3-8

The Trivium Academy second semester science days will run 6 times from February-May. Each science lab will be two hours in duration from 10-12, to include the lesson, lab, and assessment. Each day is an all inclusive science unit, independent from the other five science days. They will be taught by two science educators, aided by a classroom teacher, in lieu of the regularly scheduled classes, and open to home schoolers.

All classes offered from 10-12:00 on scheduled Thursday mornings:

March 2nd, 16th

April 6th

May 4th, 18th

Cost for Home school students:

Package - All 6 sessions for $250

Individual sessions - $50 each

Credit: One final grade will be given at the end of all 6 classes with final assessment.


Please email the headmaster with the following information to reserve your spot: Name, grade level, complete package or dates desired - bseaman@triviumacademynj.org

Trivium Academy of NJ - 229 Cowperthwaite, Westfield NJ - 908-756-0556



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