2022 FHE Homeschool Day at the Capitol


 

 

Capitol Construction is complete and looks beautiful.

The only entrance is at the Carriage entrance
on the south side of the building.
It must be accessed at the
west end of the entrance.

Click here for more details and map

 

 

 

 

 

Mark Your Calendars – Tuesday, March 1, 2022

 

2022 FHE Homeschool Day at the Capitol
 

Our Annual FHE Homeschool Day at the Capitol is fast approaching. 

Join us at 12:30 pm in the First Floor Capitol Rotunda.  

We know many come from a distance and appreciate the.sacrifice to give of your day to come!!

*Legislative Updates
*Hear from our homeschool friendly legislators
*Meet your FHE directors
*Q & A panel discussion
 

Plan a visit to your legislators and introduce yourselves.  Call their office at least 2 weeks prior if possible to let them know you will be stopping by.

Arrive early in order to find parking (see below for parking details) and to get through security.  Everyone must enter from the South (Carriage) Entrance.

Current Covid restrictions apply: Masks and social distancing recommended.
Call ahead about tours you might be interested in since some have been suspended due to the restrictions.
***Check back here or on our Facebook page for possible changes and/or updates to the recommendations.

Hope to see you at the Capitol!
We must be ever vigilant to
protect our homeschool freedoms!

Save the date: March 1, 2022

 

*Our FHE Lobbyist will give us an update of what has been happening in Jefferson City so far in the 2022 Legislative Session.

*Our homeschool friendly legislators love to stop by to say hello and offer words of encouragement to our families.  We appreciate their willingness to share with us for a few moments in their very busy schedule.

*Meet our FHE volunteer directors who are all committed to helping you navigate homeschooling in Missouri.  We are so excited to see old friends and meet new ones!

*Q & A Panel Discussion with our directors.  Let’s talk about homeschooling!

Make Plans Now to Attend and Support Missouri Homeschooling!

 

See you there!

 

"How to Maximize Your Day at the Capitol"

 

(If you would like to bring cookies to your senator and representive, the legislators and staff appreciate the thoughtfulness!)                   

 

 

Legislator Look Up

** Note any appointments should be made so they will be completed before 12:00pm or will begin after 2:00pm to allow your family time to come and go from the Rotunda.

*Tours are currently suspended due to Covid, but check back later.  You can also explore the Capitol on your own. Pick up a self-guided tour booklet from the Tour desk just off the Capitol Rotunda.

 

 

 

 


Reminders and Tips

  • Know your Missouri State Senator and/or Representative and their office number.     Legislator Look Up
     
  • Visit the FHE table for a “calling card” to leave with your Senator and/or Representative in the event you are unable to visit with them personally. Talking points will also be available. You are always welcome to bring thank you cards to your legislators.
  • Just a Reminder – Please be courteous! As you visit and move around in the Capitol, remember, this is a place of business. Also, the Senator’s and Reprensentatives’s offices are small. Please leave strollers out in the hall.
     
  • If you would like a copy of the Missouri Constitution or the 2021 General Assembly Roster visit the Secretary of State’s Office, State Capitol Room 208.
  • Parking:

         Municipal Parking Garage at 200 Madison (southeast corner Madison & Capitol Ave.) Daily Parking Rate: $0.50/hr for first 2 hours, $1.00/hr thereafter, $6.00 max per day.     Parking Information Link

         Metered Parking  $0.25 – $0.50 per hour
Note: Be sure not to let your parking meter run out. They do give parking tickets! 
Downtown Jefferson City Map

  • Additional Reminders:

    The Rally will begin promptly at 12:30 pm and
    will conclude by 2:00 pm.

    Be sure to allow plenty of time to get parked
    and to the building. You will also be required to go through security which takes additional time.

    Parking is a little limited and you may need to allow more time for walking to get to the Capitol. Be careful about the time limits on metered parking; they do give tickets.

    Enter the Capitol building on the south side of the building. This entrance is the carriage entrance and you must enter at the west side of the carriage entrance. 

See You There!