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Licking Area Home School Co-op


Photo submitted by Brianna Malikowski
Hannah Barker, Carter Richards, Zeph Kunkel, and Nate Horton work together to make Mesopotamian flat bread and hummus.
Heidi Malikowksi,
LASHC

The Licking Area Home School Co-op (LASHC) kicked off its first monthly session of the 2019/2020 school year with a Mesopotamian theme. The group met Friday, Sept. 13, at Rock Springs Baptist Church in Licking.
Designed to give area home-schooled students an opportunity to learn and socialize in an informal environment, LAHSC offers monthly classes and field trips for students from 4-18 years of age.
This year's class schedule offers alternating Life Skills and cooking classes for teens, American History Part II for middle grades, and various-themed topics for Pre-K to second grade.
During September's class, teens learned to make Mesopotamian flat bread, accompanied by five different types of homemade hummus, ranging from spicy avocado to chocolate espresso. The middle graders completed the first half of a lap-book outlining the American Industrial Revolution and Age of Invention, complete with sampling food from period recipes. Meanwhile, the younger level explored the wonders of aviation.
For more information about the group, contact Heidi Malikowski – lahsc01@gmail.com.
Photo Submitted  By Brianna Malikowski
Hummus and flat bread featuring from left to right, black bean, sweet pumpkin and savory pumpkin.

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