A Note From the President of TEACH-CT
Dear TEACH Families,
First, we want to thank you for your amazing and overwhelming response to Capitol Day this year. With record numbers, we were actually forced to close registration early due to the fire code limitation on our space at the Capitol building!
Unfortunately, due to the closure of the Capitol building until at least March 30th, the event had to be canceled this year.
TEACH will be looking for new ways to facilitate valuable conversations between you and your legislators in the upcoming month while the legislative session is still moving forward. We hope that you will stay proactive in reaching out yourself, and in supporting our mission to advocate for homeschooling freedoms. Let us know how we can help and support you as you protect your own parental rights.
As the impact of this outbreak extends and school closures become widespread, let us also take the time to reach out to friends and neighbors affected by school closures to share whatever help, encouragement, and assurance we can as they adjust, even temporarily, to providing education in the home.
For God has not given us a spirit of fearfulness, but one of power, love, and sound judgment (2 Timothy 1:7). Let us exercise that judgment in a way that blesses our neighbors, inspires our children, and shows forth the confidence that we have that our God reigns.
TEACH-CT Board President