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Homeschool Workshops


Wednesdays 8:30am-11:30am

Winter Session: 

January: 10, 17, 24, 31

February: 7, 14, 21, 28

Immerse your child in the wonder of nature. Students will strengthen their bodies and minds as we explore the streams, pond, forests, and meadows of the KVR. Our experiential, age-appropriate curriculum will include science, literature, art, music, outdoor skills, map-reading, and mindfulness.  These subjects will be incorporated into fun hikes, projects, games, and hands-on experiences. Each day we will enjoy learning more about ourselves, each other, and the Earth.

Snacks and materials are included.

 Instructors: Will vary from week-to-week, but include:

Cathy Chybowski, Julie Hoel, Joan Peterson, Joy Miller, Mary Szepi, Beck O'Leary, and Maggie Schultz

Spring Semester: (separate registration)

April: 3, 10, 17, 24

May 1, 8, 15, 22

What to Bring: 
All students should bring a backpack with a  water bottle, a notebook and pencil, and a change of clothes (in case they get wet).   Students should be dressed for the weather in layers and waterproof footwear.  Classes will take place mostly outdoors.

Each week a snack will be provided.  All project supplies and take-home materials are included.

Minimum of 5 students, maximum of 20.


Scholarships are available;  contact the KVR at 608-625-2960



Please be sure to read The Homeschool Parent Workshop Letter  before your programs begin. 


Please contact Maggie Schultz at 608-625-2965 or

Refund/Cancellation Policy: Homeschool Workshops will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Payment must be received to guarantee your child’s spot. If cancellation notice is received at least 14 days prior to the start, a refund will be given less an administrative fee of 25%.  If notice is received less than 14 days prior, no refund will be made.   Registration implies permission for photos to be used on the KVR website or other publications (student’s name will not be used) unless the KVR receives notification in writing prior to the program.



The Kickapoo Reserve Management Board acknowledges that the state and federal lands that comprise the Reserve fall within the ancestral homelands of First Nations people including the Hooçak Nation. We recognize the sovereignty of the Hooçak and other First Nations and will work towards a shared future by continuing to create collaborative opportunities to protect and preserve these lands.

Kickapoo Valley Reserve | S3661 State Highway 131 | La Farge, Wisconsin 54639 
Phone: 608-625-2960 | FAX: 608-625-2962

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