Dear Good Company families,
Welcome to the last week of classes for this school year. It’s been a good  year for us, and we are grateful for you. Thank you! 
 – Julie Shorey


will be complete and on the website by June 1st, and I’ll send an email letting you know that it is ready for registration. There are many working parts to that and we are working on the details.


is quite full. Please check it and take home your books, water bottles, dishes, toys, sweatshirts, etc. 


this past weekend. Thank you to all who attended and supported these hard-working (and very excited) students. We would like to honor Amy Gaudet’s real legacy by using money left after expenses to help GCT students get worldview training. Have you considered two weeks at Summit Ministries? Another program aimed at worldview training? Would it help to get a partial scholarship? Please let me know. 


are this week and next. Check out the dates and times carefully, and attend if you possibly can. Unlike the past few years, it is not required, and we will not continue to have workshops throughout the summer. BUT we consider it an important session, the only one each year where we try to meet all the families in person. There is a $25 discount on the registration form for returning families who attend. Hopefully we will also have time for you to contribute some of your ideas. New families are welcome also.
Tuesday, May 14th, 2:00 p.m 
Thursday, May 16th, 6:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17th, 1:00 p.m. (the only Cranston workshop)
Tuesday, May 21st, 10:00 a.m. 

Q & A

1. Is the workshop required for registration? Not this year, but there will be a $25 discount at registration for those who do attend. If you are a veteran homeschooler, why not come in order to share your ideas with the group and encourage less experienced homeschoolers?
2. Will it be the same as other years? GCT is different every year, with some new challenges to replace old ones. Much of the information is sure to be the same, but we think through every year what we feel is most important for us to communicate, in some cases the things we wish someone had told us. 
3. How long will it last? That depends somewhat on how the discussion goes, but about an hour to an hour and a half.
4. Is there a reason to attend a workshop in both locations? No. The workshops will have the same content except for the sharing. Attending one or the other is sufficient and it doesn’t matter which.

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