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Welcome to the FPEA Events Website

The FPEA offers several events each year from our Statewide Convention in May each year, to regional events such as the Day at the Capitol and the FPEA - Tampa Bay Homeschool Conference.  This site is your source for information for those events as well as purchasing audio recordings for some of our events.

 

 

Convention 2014 Information

Each year the FPEA hosts the largest homeschool convention in the country!  Members will receive all the information first!  Look for hotel information, speaker and registration information beginning in late December. 

 

Convention 2014 Exhibitors

The exhibitor application is now available! Click here to access the 2014 FPEA Convention Exhibitor Application.

 

Graduation 2014

Want to get an early start for the 2014 FPEA Graduation Registration.  Click here to access all the details for Graduation.

 

 

24. July, 2014

Great News FPEA Members! We are mailing a copy of the Guide to Homeschooling in Florida to everyone who has a valid membership on July...

16. July, 2014

Did you miss convention this year?  Or did you forget to purchase your audio recordings from your favorite speakers?  Listening is just...

New Scholarships for Special Needs

The Home Education Foundation is very excited about the new Personal Learning Scholarship Accounts (PLSA) for special needs children because it allows parents to choose the resources needed to help their child reach his or her full potential. The scholarship can be used in a home education program or a private school.

The PLSA could be as much as $10,000 depending on the grade level, county and disability of the child. Read more

5 Things I Learned About Vision Therapy

Just because you have the right prescription doesn't mean you've solved your vision problems.

My daughter Emmaline was five years old when we first noticed her turning her head sideways to watch television. My husband and I both wear glasses, so I wasn't surprised when it turned out our daughter needed them too.

I was surprised, though, when the glasses weren't the complete answer to her vision struggles.