Former NFL MVP turned homeschool dad, Shaun Alexander, to speak at Virginia event
A former NFL Most Valuable Player, season touchdown record holder, who has 112 career touchdowns and 9,453 career rushing yards, now spends his days helping his children with math, Spanish, reading, Bible, and piano lessons. Shaun Alexander is not only a passionate home school father, but an advocate who will be a keynote speaker at this year’s Home Educator’s Association of Virginia (HEAV) Virginia Homeschool Convention, June 9-11, at the Greater Richmond Convention Center.
Other speakers include Alex Kendrick, whose latest movie “War Room” grossed more than $67 million last year and topped DVD sales when released in December; and Michael Farris, president of Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) and chancellor of Patrick Henry College.
“Shaun exemplifies a sports hero who has not compromised his beliefs,” says Lauren Bell, HEAV convention director. “People who hear him are sure to be inspired by this man of integrity as he speaks on fatherhood and purity.”
The the 33rd annual convention will again be one of the largest homeschool conventions in the country with over 13,000 expected in attendance.
The HEAV convention offers support to thousands of families through more than 150 workshops focusing on topics ranging from homeschooling a child with special needs to helping a high schooler get college scholarships. In addition, the Exhibit Hall includes more than 350 booths with hundreds of options for curriculum, plus a robotics expo, hands-on science demos, a wild animal encounter, and more.
For more information and to register, please visit www.heav.org or call 804-278-9200.