Thanks to our donors we were able to buy the curriculum for two Christian schools and several home schoolers this year. Our work continues.
I got a phone call about one week ago from a friend of mine. Believe it or not, she was interested in starting an A.C.E. (Accelerated Christian Education) home school co-op (a school where children spend some of their school time at home with their parents and some of their time at a school.)
She works with young children at her church. She believes she can find about 30 children to join the home school co-op right now.
The Kentucky Family Association owns a room on the second floor of 1404 Browns Lane. This holds about 50 people and could also be used for starting an A.C.E. home school co-op that could be used every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Using the money KFA has saved for home schooling, the tuition to our new home school co-op would be close to free.
I have known this friend and her husband for about five years. She would be the chief teacher and would use parents as assistant teachers. I would like to raise enough money to purchase small tables for the students to use as desks and if possible, also pay the staff.
Please make a tax-deductible donation to KFA and we will start liberating these children from the corrupt public schools and start them in a Christian school! (No more children getting home at 10 PM like they did during the first day of school in Jefferson County this year.)
Frank Simon, MD, Director
One thing that will help our public schools is to put back the Ten Commandments on the walls of the schools.
In 1981 Attorney General Steve Beshear took the Ten Commandments out of our schools, and now due to a recent ruling, they can be placed back in. Beshear used the “Lemon Test” to remove them. The Supreme Court has now rejected the “Lemon Test”.
Attorney General Daniel Cameron
838 East High Street #278
Lexington, KY 40502
Ask Attorney. General Cameron:
Please reinstate former Attorney General Robert Stephens' OAG 78-605 Opinion upholding the Ten Commandments because the US Supreme Court has rejected the "Lemon Test" that Attorney General Steve Beshear used in 1981 to remove 20,000 framed copies of the 10 Commandments from Kentucky schools.