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HSF Ambassador Promotes Homeschooling in South Korea

The homeschool community on Camp Walker, a US Army base in Daegu, South Korea, is small, but growing rapidly. Military homeschool families stationed overseas are sharing the idea of home education to both fellow Americans in uniform and local Korean and Filippino base workers.

Samara Loschiavo, an army wife and homeschool mom, is one example. As HSF’s Ambassador to American military homeschoolers in South Korea, she recently represented HSF at a Camp Walker community fair.

“I felt this event was a wonderful opportunity to get the word out,” Loschiavo said. “[Through events like this], we can educate, serve the community, and establish a foundation for future homeschoolers in the area who can support and represent HSF.”

One soldier, a single mom, stopped by the HSF booth and told Loschiavo that it was her dream to someday homeschool her four children. Another attendee turned out to be a homeschool graduate who is planning on homeschooling once her children are older. Upon hearing about HSF, she told Loschiavo, “This is something I would definitely support.”

For most military families, frequent transfers are a normal part of life, and the Loschiavo family is no different. As her family prepares for a move to Texas, Loschiavo looks forward to continuing to represent HSF to homeschool groups there.  “The military homeschool community needs to hear about HSF, and I am committed to carrying the message to our new duty station.”

Please pray for our many HSF ambassadors, like Loschiavo, as they share opportunities to bless the homeschool community.

If you would like to know more about the HSF Ambassador Program, visit www.homeschoolfoundation.org.

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