Manitoba Association for Schooling at Home

About MASH

The Manitoba Association for Schooling at Home is the largest homeschooling group in the province and the only inclusive secular group, representing all homeschoolers regardless of faith, philosophy or points of view. Based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, we are working together to help each other make the best of our common homeschooling experience. What MASH does Membership Volunteer MASH on Facebook Contact MASH

Membership

Membership is open to anyone who agrees with the aims of the organization. It is open to all faiths, philosophies and points of view. A member is any person who has registered with MASH to receive homeschooling information, and who agrees with the aims and objectives of the organization. MASH currently represents over 350 homeschool families in Manitoba and maintains an active Facebook group of […]

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Latest News

2019 Fall Not-Back-to-School Picnic

2019 Fall Not-Back-to-School Picnic

Hello Homeschooling Families, We invite you to join us for a fun, informal gathering to kick-off another year of schooling at home.  Make some new friends and connect with a diverse and supportive community dedicated to learning and growing outside of school. Wednesday, September 11, 201911 am – 2 pmAssiniboine Park, Nature Playground  Bring your lunch and spread out your picnic blanket with us. All ages and […]

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MASH Submission to the Manitoba Commission on K-12 Education

MASH Submission to the Manitoba Commission on K-12 Education

Here is the MASH submission that was made to the Manitoba Commission on Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education. This document is the result of meetings with the Minister of Education, the Department of Education, the Department of Families, and the Manitoba Association of Christian Home Schools.

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Weaving Reconciliation into Homeschooling

Weaving Reconciliation into Homeschooling

Weaving Reconciliation into Homeschooling with Kathy Mallett Thursday, November 29, 2018, 7-8 pm Windsor Park Library, 1195 Archibald (next to Bonivital Pool) What is reconciliation? Can this concept be part of homeschooling for all ages and grades?  This workshop will hope to answer these questions. Space is limited.  Spots still available.  RSVP HERE.   Kathy Mallett is a proud descendant of First Nation and Metis […]

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