Enrichment Co-op

Spring Enrollment is Closed
Enrichment consists of 8 co-op meetings in the fall and 8 meetings in the spring for K-6th grade. Classes might be about health, science, art, missions, etc. depending on what parents volunteer to teach.  We will not know what classes are being offered until the schedule is complete (approx. 1-2 weeks before the session begins).  This is not a drop-off program.
How Enrichment Works
Families register with both Faith and Enrichment
Parents decide on either Teaching or Assisting
If Teaching, the parent chooses what type of instruction they feel comfortable with and what ages or grades.  The parent teaches for 1 hour (block).
If Assisting, the parent chooses what ages or grades they would like to work with.  The parent assists for 2 hours (blocks).  Plus chooses one meeting to stay and clean  the church after Enrichment ends.
After registration closes the Enrichment Committee collects all of the information, such as numbers of children, grade levels and parent preferences and we build the class rosters as well as assign rooms and finalize classes.
The Committee then sends the schedules/assignments to the entire group.

Enrollment for the Spring Semester 2018 is closed. 

Cost for Enrichment:

The first 2 children enrolled are $15.00 each. Every additional child thereafter is $10.00 (2 years old and younger are free as well as teenage volunteers).

Enrichment Registration form to print off and mail in or you can go to the Online Enrichment Registration and pay with paypal.

Spring Semester Meeting Dates:

Jan. 11 & 25

Feb. 15

Mar. 1, 15 & 29

Apr. 12 & 26

May 10 (Snow Day make-up)


FAITH Enrichment Vision and Direction Statement

Our Vision: To represent our Lord well, by diligently doing what is right. We want and expect that, as Christians, participants in Enrichment will conduct themselves in a godly manner, understanding that we do ALL that we do to the glory of God. (I Corinthians 10:31)

Our Direction: To provide quality classes that will be enriching the students’ education, while establishing relationships that will further each family’s homeschooling process.

For Teachers:

• Teachers should be committed to their classes. This means being present at each class session and also preparing prior to each class session.

Teachers will be expected to maintain discipline within their classes and to lead classes in such a way as to instill a sense of excellence and godliness into their students.

Teachers are expected to be to Enrichment on-time: 12:45

For Students:

• Classes will not be core subject material, but they will not be fluff either. At upper levels, teachers may expect some work to be done at home.

• Students will be expected to participate in the classes and maintain appropriate behavior. Failure to do so will result in disciplinary action which may include termination of eligibility to be part of the Enrichment program.

Understanding that each family in the group is making their own homeschool journey, we will make every effort to come alongside each other in support, encouragement, and friendship.

Enrichment Committee 2017-18

Tia Kennedy - Co-coordinator - tiakennedy10@gmail.com  270-312-8360

LaVaun Janney - Co-coordinator - janneyholsteins@gmail.com   540-746-1777

Tesia Rivera – Financial Secretary

Krista Voight - Schedule Coordinator

Joy Murray - Member at Large

Ann Cheser - Member at Large