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Any family is welcome to participate in this Co-op provided:
- There is room for more students. A waiting list will be maintained if the Co-op is filled to capacity.
- In response to the Great Commission and in gratitude to our brethren on the mission field, any furloughing or returning missionary family will bypass the waiting list and have immediate access to enrollment in the Co-op.
- This gesture is extended in hopes that the Co-op might minister to the unique social needs of missionary children transitioning into the current culture.
- The Mother/Father agree to and sign the Statement of Faith
- The Family/Child agrees to complete the required assignments in their classes and be prepared for any in -class discussion or projects.
- The Mother/Father agree to add their talents, gifting, expertise to the Co-op.
- The Family/Child agrees to full-time attendance of each registered child including Opening Worship, and two morning classes.
- A parent will be on-site at all times with their children and available to help as needed throughout the morning; no drop-offs or running of errands allowed.
- The Mother/Father are willing and able to fulfill the registration requirements.
- Any problems, disputes, or hurt feelings will be dealt with according to Scripture, will not be discussed with uninvolved parties, and sincere attempts will be made with the conflict resolution volunteer (when necessary) to reconcile the situation.
The Revelations Board retains the right to refuse or rescind membership at any time.
The shared responsibility of Revelations Co-op is to provide a safe, fun and interesting learning experience for all its members. As such, each family will be asked to undergo a background check to ensure the safety of the children in the co-op. The success of the Co-op is directly tied to the level by which the families are willing to serve. For this reason, part-time attendance and drop-offs are not allowed. (An adult must be on campus for school days. If this is not possible the child(ren) can register underneath an attending family, with Board approval. This parent takes full responsibility for the child(ren) at Co-op functions.)
We expect members to actively serve whenever they can see a need without being asked. We know that there are factors such as pregnancy, nursing and sickness that affect every family’s ability to participate and we want to be sensitive to each family’s unique needs.
Note that these costs are subject to change without notice.
- MEMBERSHIP FEE is a non-refundable annual fee of $15 due before you can enroll your family in co-op.
- This covers administrative costs such as background checks for new families and website fees.
- SUPPLY FEE is $15, to cover consumable items all families impact at co-op such as printer ink, printer paper, plates/cups/napkins for hot lunch, garbage bags and cleaning supplies.
- Due and invoiced with the Memberhsip Fee when you become a member, or re-enroll for the next year.
- SESSION FEES cover the bills incurred to the co-op for facilities, insurance, and other operating costs.
- Fall Session: $75 per family. Due before you can register for Fall Session Classes.
- Spring Session: $75 per family. Due before you can register for Sring Session Classes.
- CLASS SUPPLY FEES Are occaissionally asses by individual teachers for specific costs in their classes.
- They will be collected by and are payable to teachers directly, usually on the first day of class.
- Class descriptions will notify you of any of these fees.
- COTILLION FEE is the a separate fee payapble children enrolled in Cotillion 7-12 grade only.
- Payable to Tanya Boyd by Tanya Boyd of Heirs & Graces Cotillion. Either by Cash/Check directly to her, or in a PayPal invoice sent directly to each individual family.
- Rates: per child enrolled
- 1 Child $85/semester,
- 2 children $70/semester for each child,
- 3+ children $60/semester for each child.
A waiting list will be maintained if the Co-op is filled to capacity. If a family withdraws from Revelations Co-op and desires to return, they are placed at the bottom of the waiting list.
Exceptions: in response to the Great Commission and in gratitude to our brethren on the mission field, any furloughing or returning missionary family will bypass the waiting list and have immediate access to enrollment in the Co-op. This gesture is extended in hopes that the Co-op might minister to the unique needs of missionary children transitioning back into U.S. culture.
Teaching & Assistant Teaching
- We expect all families to participate in Teaching and Assistant Teaching.
- We ask all families to teach one class every school year.
- New members normally are not placed in leadership roles of teaching their first year and require Board approval to teach their first year.
- We ask all parents to serve 3 out of 4 class periods per year.
- We know that there are factors such as pregnancy, nursing, sickness, ect., that affect every families ability to participate and we want to be sensitive to each families unique needs.
- please contact the director for consideration of your specific needs,
- Leadership in classes is a seasonal responsibility and will change from family to family though the various terms.
- We want to be flexible and not so rigid that there is not times for socialization for children and parents, but socialization is of secondary importance to co-op responsibilities and needs.
- Our teachers are volunteers who sacrificially give of their valuable time. Families should give due respect to teachers by ensuring their children are prepared, punctual, and attentive.
- Likewise, teachers and classroom assistants should be aptly prepared to provide students with an excellent classroom experience. Teachers and students are expected to treat each other with mutual respect.
- At times there are teachers who are not the parent of students attending Revelations. These are Board approved and they must agree to abide by our guidelines and beliefs.
Committees & Jobs
All members are expected to participate in the running of the co-op. Many hands make light work. Participation on a committee or a weekly job not only lightens the load for everyone, but provides opportunities for fellowship. One parent of each family is expected to volunteer to take one of the jobs or committees listed below.
- Field Trips
- Front Desk
- Hot Lunch Helpers
- Mom's Night Out
- Presentations Night
- Snack Bar
- Teen Fellowship
- Worship Team
- Yearbook Photographer
All families are expected to take their turn in set-up and clean-up of Co-op.