Fredericksburg Area Homeschool Association aims to provide social, financial and educational resources to homeschoolers and their families.
We are a secular, member driven group. Please CLEARLY NOTE if you are suggesting religious material or events. Do not proselytize in any capacity. Do not require religious engagement in any capacity at any event, or online. (praying before meals etc...)
"In order to maintain a tolerant society, the society must retain the right to be intolerant of intolerance."
Be tolerant of others in this group.
We are an affirming group.
We acknowledge and respect our differences.
Bullying, or hate speech will not be permitted.
What's shared in the group should stay in the group. We meet in person and bring our most vulnerable selves to social situations. Do not share pictures, stories or events publicly (outside of our group) without the expressed permission of the caregivers.
FaHa is an organizational tool and can not be held responsible for anything that happens in connection with events planned by group members. You acknowledge that some events carry inherent dangers. By participating, you understand and agree that you have chosen to assume these risks
The Board of Directors
Russell Wrightson serves the group as President. The driving force behind the development of FaHa as a non-profit, Russell was entrusted with the organization and is committed to maintaining the vital spirt of secularism, inclusion, and community that first made FaHa a home for so many. He is a homeschooling father of two.
Vice-President // Treasurer
Kirstin Nason serves the group as treasurer and Vice-President. An inaugural member of the board, Kirstin's sensible and grounding attitude help to frame what is even possible in the organization. She is a homeschooling mother of three.
Stephanie Hummer Serves the group as secretary. The first secretary of the organization, Stephanie has an unwavering willingness to act in support of the organization. Stephanie makes seeing through, even the most complex tasks, a joy. She is a homeschooling mother of one.