Teenworks, Iowa is a sister to Teenworks,Michigan, which is where the directors, Jeff and Wanda Burdick moved from in 2007. In Michigan, the Burdicks operated a similar support system for home schoolers for 29 years. Teenworks, Michigan still exists and it is running well with others carrying on the work. www.teenworks.net
This support in Iowa includes once a week tutoring in academic classes, meeting every Thursday at the Corwith Library, Corwith, Iowa. The students may participate in several other events such as speech and debate tournaments, graduation ceremony, senior activities, college tour and social events through out the year. Mrs. Burdick is available to parents for assistance in high school and college planning, curriculum planning, and other helps that are beneficial to the home school family.
The goal of Teenworks – Iowa is to help Christian home school families meet their home school goals. TWI is a Christian organization that teaches and promotes a biblical worldview and believes the Bible is the final authority for all issues or philosophies.
The directors, the Burdicks, have home schooled their children and now have eight grandchildren that are being home schooled. They reside on a family dairy farm in Wesley, Iowa with their family.
Jeff and Wanda Burdick
1905 230th Ave.
Wesley, Iowa 50483
Teenworks Iowa Resources
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2012-13 drama performance will be “The Enchanted Journey” which brings you to a new musical adventure on the way to the Celestial City in the land of Pilgrim’s Progress. It is a tale about a curious young fellow who struggles with an enormous burden. He finds himself on a journey to solve this problem. He not only finds a solution, but also the key to everlasting treasure. Drama will be performed March 21, 22, & 23, 2013. Registration is open now for the drama Even though there is a minimal registration fee there is no cost to be in the production itself.
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