Annual Co-op Poinsettia Fundraiser is HERE!
FEAST Co-op is excited once again to kick-off our annual poinsettia fundraiser. We encourage everyone to join us in support of our co-op. Proceeds raised allow co-op to continue offering services to home schooling families. Red poinsettias are available for $12 each and will arrive just in time to begin the Thanksgiving holiday. Thank you all in advance. Co-op functions with your support! Blessings,
Now through November 13: Poinsettia pre-sale orders
November 18 & 20: Poinsettia pick-up in Burwood Hall
Co-op office will be closed
“Gratitude can transform common days into Thanksgiving, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.”- William Arthur Ward
From our homes to yours, we wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving.
Please complete your 2014-15 Co-op Orientation Form by clicking here to review the Orientation slides (It is in PDF format.), and turn it into the co-op office. Be aware that the orientation is MANDATORY for all registered co-op families prior to the beginning of classes.
2014-2015 Registration has closed.
November 11 & 13 - Hat Day (Wear your favorite hat.)
December 9 & 11 - Ugly Sweater Day (Wear an ugly sweater.)
Thursday, November 13
Victoria will be here one last time on Thursday, November 13, to snap your yearbook photo! Yearbook photos are taken at no charge whatsoever, and ordering packages is optional. (However, 10% of your order will go right back to supporting FEAST!)
A special holiday background will be set up as well for you to get a festive family photo - perfect for your Christmas cards!
Thursday, December 11,
As always, FEAST Co-op could not function without our volunteers. Partner up with us by sharing your talents and continuing to glorifying HIM by volunteering.
- Campus Monitors
- Study Hall Attendants
- Kitchen Cleanup Crew
- General Photographer
- Social Events Set-up/Clean-up
- End of the day Clean-up
FEAST Co-op Student Council
The Student Council is an organization created for the purpose of providing services and support for the FEAST Co-op home school families through Christian fellowship. The FEAST Student Council purpose includes the following but is not limited to: provide student involvement and ideas, hands on learning, leadership training, promotes teamwork, and demonstrates a heart for service and cooperation. Students meet on Thursday from 12-12:25pm at FEAST. If you have any questions or need more information, contact Student Council at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feast Student Council Officers
President – Nicholas Vrzalik
Vice President - Abigail Philips
Secretary – Sarah Newman
The FEAST Co-op program is a great way to get your child involved with other home school children as they participate together in academics and electives.
The primary purpose for the FEAST Teaching Co-op is to provide additional options for parents as they continue to seek the Lord for His provision for their children's education. It is also to give an opportunity for members of the Body of Christ to make their gifts and talents available to others. It is not the purpose of FEAST to undermine the authority or confidence of parents in any way. Neither can it be a replacement for parent involvement. An added bonus is the opportunity to encourage one another through Christian fellowship.
The FEAST Co-op is not a typical school situation. The parent is completely responsible for their child/children, even while they are at the Co-op and even if parents ARE NOT on campus. Thursday Co-op has mandatory Devotions from 12:30 to 12:50pm. Devotions provide a break time for students to have lunch and down time, but in a supervised Godly manner. No specific doctrine will be taught during devotions only Bible lessons. Every family who stays on campus at this time must attend devotions. This includes Co-op students, parents and siblings. This being said we have instituted rules and guidelines which are available in our CO-OP Handbook (see link below). All parents and students MUST send an email to email@example.com if you are unable to attend the orientation on July 17th, 2014. A copy of our handbook may be viewed and printed out here.
We thank the Lord for every one of our teachers. Without their talents and skills our co-op would not have flourished as much as it has. They are all approved by the FEAST Co-op office with a minimum of two references. Their teaching materials have also been approved and all classes are taught from a Biblical, Christian worldview. Our teachers are self-employed, independent contractors.
If you have a talent or gift that you would like to share with others through teaching, please fill out a Teacher's Application Form by selecting the Teacher Application Icon below.
Read the Teacher's Handbook and submit the completed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submitting applications for the Fall Semester of 2015-2016 is February 1, 2015. If you feel you would like to teach a class that FEAST does not offer or cannot do without, please submit the Teacher Application and the Class Information Form, and we will review your request.
- Purchase your Patriot Pass (non-refundable).
- Read the Co-op Handbook . All families must agree to follow FEAST Co-op Guidelines and Procedures.
- Pay your non-refundable co-op registration fee ($50 for 1 student or $100 per family for the 2014/2015 school year). The registration fee is payable in the bookstore, over the phone, or online via PayPal.
- Complete the co-op orientation before starting classes (available on the co-op web page).
- Pay your first month's class fees along with your semester supply fees.
- Class fees are payable to the teacher (cash, check or money order only) and may ONLY be paid in the FEAST Co-op Office.
- FEAST Co-op is a full year commitment.
Classes will be as scheduled unless otherwise stated on the Co-Op Information Page
|First Day of Fall Classes
|Closed for Thanksgiving
|Last Day of Fall Classes
|Closed for Christmas
|First Day of Spring Classes
|Spring Break 3/09-3/13 2015|
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