MARCH 12, 2020
1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
STATE CAPITOL BUILDING
400 HIGH STREET
MHEA is once again hosting Homeschool Capitol Day at the State Capitol building. If you are planning to attend, we thank you for your support and look forward to seeing you.
The Mississippi Legislature will be in session during Capitol Day, and MHEA’s primary goal for this event is to build relationships with our legislators and express our continued desire for favorable homeschooling laws and the precious freedoms we enjoy. We have the opportunity to impact the future of home education for years to come … in one single day.
We encourage each of you to visit briefly with your representative and/or senator to express your support for them and ask for their support of your right to homeschool.
Capitol Day begins at 1:00 p.m. It is a come-and-go event and usually takes a little over an hour to tour the Capitol building as well as observe the legislative process.
VISIT here and locate your state legislators by clicking the Search by Address box and entering your mailing address.
FIRST IMPRESSIONS are important, so appropriate dress is encouraged on the day of the event.
PARKING at the Capitol is limited, but area churches offer their lots at no charge.
PLEASE VISIT MHEA’s information table in the first floor lobby of the Capitol from 1:00-3:00 p.m. We can assist in finding your lawmakers’ offices, give general directions in the building, and help you make the most of this valuable time.
PLAN to take a guided tour of the Capitol building and visit the chamber galleries. Tours will be conducted by Department of History and Archives’ volunteers and will form in the first floor rotunda.
The Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum
222 North State Street
$7/students 4-18 years old
Old Capitol Museum
100 South State Street
Danny Kilpatrick, Board Member
Mississippi Home Educators Association
*** CAPITOL DAY CANCELLATION / MARCH 12 ***
In an abundance of caution, Thursday's MHEA Capitol Day has been CANCELLED due to the Corona virus threat. We apologize for the late notice and any inconvenience this may cause.