Legislative Impact Day

February 19, 2019 at the Oklahoma State Capitol

It takes tremendous community support to achieve our goals, and volunteers are at the very heart of our mission. We cannot over-emphasize the importance that positive, face-to-face communication with legislators has on protecting our liberties. A polite, articulate parent or child can go a long way toward persuading legislators that homeschoolers are worthy of their freedom. You and your family can be an integral part of being the voice of Constitutional home education to our state legislators. Join us as allies on February 19th as we stand together to protect our parental rights and homeschool freedom at the State Capitol.

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Educational Training Session

Be Prepared

Don't worry, we will send you out prepared. On the evening of Monday, February 18th we will host an online training session to get you up-to-speed on all the issues. The training is free and will cover topics from current legislation threats to how to approach a legislator. The live broadcast will begin at 6:30pm. Contact us for more specifics about getting involved or REGISTER NOW.

Build Relationships

We need families who are willing to spend 5 minutes in the offices of 5 legislators on February 19th. We will supply you with the training, the confidence and the resouces to be the voice of constitutional home education to our legislators. We have prepared updated information to deliver to every legislator at our State Capitol. This includes important information about home education, a summary of any bills with which we have concern, a thank-you note for the legislator's service to the community, and a goody bag of office supplies for the Legislative and Executive Assistants. Starting at 8:30am, we need allies to deliver these items and begin forging a relationship with our legislators.
Training for this position is highly recommended!
CLICK HERE  to become an Ally!

HSLDA Support

Be Confident

You can be confident that everything we do will be for the best interest of the constitutional home educator. Home School Legal Defense attorney, TJ Schmidt will keep us up to date on any federal issues and we are working on Skyp-ing him in to  answer your questions and help you have a better understanding of both state and federal issues that affect parental rights and home education. As always, TJ will be working with us in educating legislators as we strive to maintain autonomy as true parent-led, privately funded home educators.

Help Us Grow

Our organization relies heavily on the generosity and involvement of people like you, with every contribution going towards making Constitutional Home Educators Alliance an even better Non-Profit Organization than it already is. Support our efforts any way you can - we are awaiting the approval of our c3 status and at that time, all contributions will be tax deductible.
As always, your prayers are one of our greatest assets. If you cannot attend, please take the time to pray for your legislator and for us as we work to protect your parental rights and homeschool freedom.
Contact us for more specifics about getting involved.


Monday, February 18th

Information & Training Session - 6:30 p.m.

Mustang Church of the Nazarene

700 E. Hwy 152, Mustang OK

Join us in an online session where you will learn about proposed legislation, how to address concerns with legislators, and hear about upcoming concerns to your home education freedom.

Tuesday, February 19th

Legislative Impact Day - 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Oklahoma State Capitol

Meet us at the Capitol on the first floor rotunda at 8:30 a.m. for prayer and instructions, then help us distribute home education & parental rights info packets to every legislator. Check-In opens at 8:00 a.m.