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It takes a faithful commitment to have a successful program. This document is lengthy, but please fully read so you understand requirements and expectations. Trinity Homeschool Enrichment is hereinafter referred to as Trinity.

A. Family Membership Requirements

  1. Engaged in homeschooling with at least one child attending in Kindergarten-12th grade.  
  2. An adult family member must be willing to teach one class.  
  3. Attend scheduled class days and arrive on-time. Povide notification if you will be absent or be late. Excessive absences and tardies may affect future enrollment eligibility. “Excessive” is defined as:
    1. Three (3) or more absences. "Absence" is defined as missing more than one hour of a class day.  
    2. Four (4) or more tardies. "Tardy" is defined as arriving after assembly begins. 
    3. Any combination of absences and tardies which totals four (4).
  4. An adult family member will remain on-site while classes are in session and work an assigned volunteer position during all three periods. 
  5. Students will attend a class each period.
  6. Parents: Review the “Student Expectations” (Section B) and “Dress Code” (Section C) policies with your student prior to the first class day.
  7. Pay financial obligations on-time and/or request payment arrangements before the deadline.
  8. Show courtesy, kindness, and respect to others, as well as the building and premises. If conflicts arise, resolve as outlined in the “Conflict Resolution Policy.”
  9. Adhere to policies and bylaws. If policies and bylaws contradict, the bylaws supersede policies.
  10. Respect the Statement of Faith as the guiding values of Trinity leadership.   
  11. Keep a current email address on file. Email is our primary method of communication.

B. Student Expectations

  1. Arrive to class on time, with assignments complete, prepared and ready to work. 
  2. Be respectful to adults and fellow students. 
  3. Remain in the building unless with a teacher or parent.
  4. Do not use electronic devices during class unless given permission by the teacher.
  5. No food in class unless provided by teacher. Drinks with a closed lid are allowed.
  6. No weapons allowed. Examples include guns, knives, explosive devices, and/or fireworks. 
  7. No tobacco, e-cigarettes, illegal drugs, or alcohol. 
  8. No excessive public displays of affection between dating students.

C. Dress Code

When considering clothing, members should remember we are a bible-based organization. For playground and PE purposes, it is recommended that elementary and younger age girls wear shorts under skirts or dresses.  Examples of inappropriate clothing:

  1. Shows undergarments, cleavage/chest area, midriff, or buttocks.
  2. Bottoms with length above mid-thigh
  3. Displays vulgarity, profanity, illegal drugs, alcohol, or immoral acts

D. Application and Class Registration

  1. Application Process
    1. Applications are evaluated and approved based on information provided such as class ideas, background check, and space availability. We reserve the right to deny membership to anyone for any reason. We do not discriminate based on race, gender, or ethnic origin.
    2. Returning members from preceding semester receive first consideration.
    3. Applications submitted after the deadline are held on a wait list for current and/or following semester.
    4. Application period will end early if the maximum student limit is reached.
    5. Membership must be renewed each semester.
    6. If you withdraw after your volunteer position is confirmed, you will be unable to reapply for one (1) semester. 
  2. Class Registration
    1. Registrations are a "first come, first serve" basis during time period indicated for your level of volunteer involvement. 
    2. First Round Registration: Two or more teaching credits
    3. Second Round Registration: One or more teaching credits
    4. Open Registration: All remaining members
  3. Teaching Credit
    1. One credit earned for each class you are the lead teacher
    2. Board of Director members receive one credit
    3. Teaching credits may also be earned by volunteering in certain positions, as determined by the Board of Directors.

E. Fees and Payment

  1. Membership Fee: Payable each semester. Must be paid in full to register for classes.
  2. Class Supply Fees: Due after registration closes. Full payment due by orientation.
  3. Schedule Changes: (after registration closes):  Must pay new class fee. No refunds for original class fee. Deadline to make changes is end of first class day.
  4. Membership and class supply fees are non-refundable.
  5. If unable to pay by due dates, speak with Treasurer about making financial arrangements.
  6. Optional activities such as field trips, special activities, yearbook, school photos, etc set their own payment and reimbursement policy.

F. Class Supply Fees

  1. Class supply fees are used to buy materials for class.
  2. Any leftover materials purchased with supply fees belong to Trinity and should be turned in by last class day.
  3. Teacher reimbursements will not exceed total class fees collected.
  4. For reimbursement, submit receipts with form. Deadline to submit reimbursement request is last class day of semester. Allow 7 calendar days to receive reimbursement by check in family folder or by mail.
  5. Reimbursement check may be held if balance is owed unless financial arrangements were made.
  6. Unclaimed class supply fees are donated to church as a love offering.

G. Discipline Procedure

This outlines expected consequences should a member choose not to follow policies or guidelines. The board of directors may use discretion and evaluate situations on a case-by-case basis. 

  1. Student Classroom Behavior
    1. 1st Step: Verbal warning
    2. 2nd Step: Board member brings student to parent to discuss the matter. If it is decided to remove student from class, the student will remain with a non-teaching board member for remainder of class.
    3. 3rd Step: Removed from class and remains with non-teaching board member for remainder of class.
    4. Removed from class two (2) times: The parent will meet with the board to discuss actions necessary to resolve student’s behavior and ability to remain in class.
    5. Removed from class three (3) times: Student will no longer be allowed to attend co-op for the duration of the semester. Family is placed on probation. 
  2. Probation/Suspension
    1. Violations of policies and guidelines may result in a family being placed on probation.
    2. Probation length is one (1) full semester.
    3. Members on probation may not be allowed to teach and cannot vote.
    4. If probation terms are satisfactorily completed, the family returns to full member status.
    5. If probation terms are not satisfactorily completed, the family will be suspended for one semester. If the family reapplies, the application will be reviewed as a new family.  
  3. Grounds for Immediate Expulsion
    1. Acts of vandalism
    2. Possession of illegal substances or items.
    3. Violating firearm policy or laws regarding firearm carry.
    4. Repeated or blatant disregard to policies.

H. Illness/Medical

We take illness seriously. Do not spread your germs. If one family member is sick, keep everyone home. If you arrive sick, you will be sent home. Do not attend if in past 24 hours if a family member has shown any signs of illness such as fever, non-allergy related runny nose or cough, unexplained rash, vomitting, sore throat, etc; or has a communicable/contagious condition such as flu, cold, chicken pox, skin infection, lice, etc

I. Class Cancellation/Inclement Weather

  1. Notice given by 7:30am on Friday via email.
  2. Some reasons for cancellation are:
    1. Inclement weather conditions. Since we have families traveling from different areas, we will close if Greenville ISD or surrounding districts delay start of school or close.
    2. Church unavailable.
    3. Too many families absent

J. Board of Directors & Leadership

  1. The board of directors and other leadership or committee positions will be maintained in accordance with the bylaws.
  2. The board may create additional appointed leadership positions in accordance with bylaws. Duties of approved positions are listed in this section as:
    1. Volunteer Coordinator: Chair Education Committee (if committee exists). Oversee preparation of class schedule and registration, maintain classroom disciplinary records, and act as liaison between teachers and the board. The Volunteer Director shall perform all other duties as may be prescribed by the Board of Directors.
    2. Activities Coordinator: Chair activity committee (if committee exists). Plan events and notify members of scheduled activities. The Activities Director shall perform all other duties as may be prescribed by the Board of Directors.

K. Safety & Security

  1. FIREARM POLICY: Open carry is not permitted. Conceal carry is only allowed "on your person" "On your person" means carrying in a holster attached to your body. In accordance to law, firearms should not be accessible to a child; therefore, do not carry in purses, bags, backpacks, or other portable items. 
  2. Observe all building use and safety procedures both in writing and verbal.
  3. Background check performed on all non-student participants and instructors age 18 or older. A valid state-issued ID may be requested to verify identity.
  4. A minimum of two unrelated adults assigned to each class in sixth (6th) grade and under.
  5. Members and visitors must wear ID badge while in attending on class days.
  6. Family information collected is not used for solicitation or shared with third parties (excluding for background check purposes).
  7. First aid kit available at check-in table. Use proper hygiene practices and wear gloves for all bodily fluid exposure. Report injuries to leadership. For life threatening injuries, call 911.
  8. FIRE PROCEDURES: Walk students outside single file with one adult leading and one following behind the children. Keep students with you until the "all clear" sign is given. 
  9. EXTREME WEATHER PROCEDURES: Follow same guidelines above except lead students to hallway or other storm safe location. 
  10. CRITICAL SITUATION PROCEDURES: You will receive directions from Leadership Team. Until directions are received, keep students in the classroom.

L. Conflict Resolution

With so many different personalities, conflicts and misunderstandings may arise. If this happens, use Matthew 18:15-20 as a standard for resolution and consult the guidelines below. Above all, do all of this with “a spirit of love and gentleness.” (1 Corinthians 4:21)

  1. First, pray about any conflicts/differences. If God gives you peace over the issue, please move on and do not gossip or discuss it with others.
  2. After praying, if you still feel the conflict/difference must be addressed, consider taking the problem to the person you feel has offended you. If you cannot reach a satisfactory resolution or do not feel comfortable speaking to the person alone, ask for assistance from a board member or another objective person to mediate.

If you still do not feel at peace, the problem should be taken to the advisory committee. They will mediate confidentially and provide a binding, final decision.


Adopted this 13th day of February 2018 by a majority vote of the Board of Directors.