SUPPORT GROUPS, CO-OPS, CLASSES, TUTORS
Find social groups, supplemental classes, co-ops, and tutors to help you on your homeschool journey.
NNHS does not support or endorse any group, class, or tutor, but rather provides a list of available resources that may help you as an additional resource.
If you don't see a group in your area, consider starting one! It can be simple, like meeting at a park every week (we recommend starting off by meeting at the same time, place, and day each week to get the group going); or it can be more complex, like a co-op offering classes. Please email your group information or class/tutoring info to firstname.lastname@example.org
NNHS Facebook Discussion Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/NNHSgroup/ - Homeschool in Northern Nevada: Talk with NNHS - A very active discussion group where you can get a lot of ideas and advice.
Northern Nevada Homeschool Marketplace - Our sister group for buying and selling homeschool related items.
These are informal meet up groups that charge no fees and typically are social and not academic in nature.
N. Nv. Middle School/High School Homeschool Support
Homeschooling in Carson City -
Fernley Homeschoolers - A social and support group meeting weekly in Fernley.
Contact: Jaimie Daniels
Fallon Homeschoolers - A social and support group in Fallon
Dayton/Silver Springs/Stagecoach -
Carson Valley Homeschoolers
NNHS publishes this list as a convenience and resource for our homeschool community. These are not official NNHS sanctioned events, they are opportunities for homeschool moms to connect with other homeschool moms and kids to play together. We encourage you to take safety precautions of wearing masks and playing games that will keep the kids 6 feet apart from one another. Please see a list of ideas for play apart together games after the list of park days.
Noodle Tag with Pool Noodles
Tuesdays, 1PM, Idlewild Park, hosted by Aubry Daniel
Thursdays, (Starting August 27th) 1-3PM, South Valleys Park, hosted by Kelli Baker.
Co-ops are groups of parents who come together to organize classes with shared responsibilities. They range from just a few families in someone's home to hundreds of families in a large church space. Fees vary but are usually minimal to cover costs for materials and space.
IMPACT Co-op - (canceled Fall 2020)
St Luke’s Lutheran Church
3835 Lakeside Dr,
Reno, NV 89511
EAGLE Co-op - EAGLE is an all-age (PK-HS) co-op that meets on Thursdays from noon-3, offering 3 hours of classes (24 total classes are offered each session) at Reno Christian Fellowship on Zolezzi in S. Reno. We offer a wide range of fun academic and enrichment classes taught mostly by our parents (to keep costs low), and also some professionals from the area (because we love them!).
1700 W. Zolezzi Lane, Reno.
Classical Conversations Reno contact: Heidi Timm
Classical Conversations: Northwest Reno
Angel Needham (foundations and essentials director). We meet Tuesdays in the NW. A program for homeschooling which meets once a week with tutors and other students, while work is completed at home.
Classical Conversations Carson City Contact Cynthia Amster:
Biggest Little Co-op in Northern Nevada - North Valleys
CLASSES AND TUTORS
These are homeschool friendly businesses that offer classes and tutoring for homeschoolers. NNHS does not endorse any person or business, but provides a list for homeschoolers' convenience. It is up to the parent to determine if any tutor or class is a good fit for their family. If you would like your business listed, please email your information to email@example.com.
Young Explorers - Supplemental Classes for Homeschoolers grades K-8
130 West Gepford Pkwy
Sun Valley, NV 89433
Morgan Thacker - Certified Teacher, available for tutoring and homeschool help.
Click this Google form to contact.
Diana Ross - Retired elementary teacher, will tutor in your home (89509/89519 preferred), available 9/1,