The Homeschool Gazette is an online newspaper written by local Minnesota homeschoolers. The editor publishes the articles each month for the homeschool community to read.
To get an article into the Gazette, send it to hsgeditor [at] hotmail [dot] com (which is an e-mail address just for the Gazette) by the end of the month. Then it will be put on the site within the first week of each month. You can write articles, draw cartoons, review movies, plays, and books, make word puzzles, and more.
Criteria for the Homeschool Gazette
If possible all submissions should be sent in documents able to be opened on a Microsoft computer. Word and Excel documents would be perfect, or if you type it into the E-mail that would work great too. Pictures should be JPEG, Bitmap, or PNG if possible. This DOES NOT mean that if you can’t send on article in this format you shouldn’t send the article.
EVERYTHING you send should be appropriate for all ages.
- ALL articles should be non-fiction. Homeschool Gazette is a place for homeschoolers to be able to write non-fiction articles in a newspaper-like style. The specific criteria for articles, as described by Wikipedia, are: