Homeschool Jumps!

Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/28/2016
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location
Get Air Silo

Categories


Back to school means back-to-school homeschool jumps to burn up some of that left-over energy from the summer! Three homeschool jumps are scheduled: Thursday, October 13; Friday, October 21; Friday, October 28.  Every jump is filled, however, you are welcome to waitlist your jumpers for any of the three jumps. The shortest waitlist is currently for the 10/28 jump. Waitlist registration is available at the bottom of this page. The October 28th jump has the shortest waitlist.

All three jumps will run from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Cost is $5 per jumper. Children 2 years and under jump for free. Please note that these jumps are for homeschoolers. To sign a liability waiver, view the safety video, or to find out more about Get Air at the Silo, check out their website.

You will receive a form email from the SPICE website that your form was submitted, and then a confirmation email from the jump facilitator, Aimee Baxter (usually within 48 hours). If you do not receive the form email from the SPICE website, please refresh the event page and try again.

Please register only if you are reasonably sure that you will be able to attend. Families who register to attend but do not call or show up will be asked to pay for their part of the jump afterward.

If you have questions please contact Aimee Baxter

Jump Registration

Only hit the submit button once and be patient while our website takes time to think. You will know your registration has gone through when you are redirected to another page saying that your form was submitted AND you receive an auto-generated email from the website. - You will later receive an additional email from the jump coordinator confirming your reservation on the jump list (or waiting list). The coordinator's contact information will be in that email. - Some people have trouble with their form going through when they register for the jump using a mobile device.

About Taneil

I am the wife to my wonderful husband Gil who is a handyman. The mother of eight children and I have been homeschooling my children since my oldest was born. However, she official started "school" in 2007 at the age of 5. We use the curriculum Tapestry of Grace for the humanities and then multiple other curriculum for other subjects. I love teaching my children about the greatness of our Lord and Savior.

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