Through the much appreciated efforts of all our members, who graciously volunteer to help coordinate, supervise and serve at so many various activities for our students, we have been blessed to offer many of the following events each year. We invite new members to join us in ensuring the ongoing success of these events, and also to suggest new activities to enrich our students' education.
- Family Game Night and Field Trips
- Fall and Spring Protocol Events
- Science Fair
- iCAN Homeschool Yearbook
- End-of-Year Showcase
- Mom's Night Out and Book Club
There will be no co-op Classes for the 2022-23 term.
To join co-op (review co-op policies, class schedule, courses, tuition info & teachers below):
1.Join iCAN $25 annual membership
2. Register for co-op at $20 per child per semester. You must be a member to register for co-op.
3. Register for classes through our online registration system. You must be a member and have registered for co-op before you can register for classes.
Purpose: In accordance with iCAN mission, a co-op has been established for iCAN member families to help meet an academic needs. Classes are offered in core subjects with electives available as interest and available tutors allow. Understanding that co-op is not meant to replace your homeschool studies but to enhance them, the weekly co-op cannot meet the total academic needs of every student. Teachers may provide a grade – final grade and transcript preparation remains the responsibility of the parent.
Vision for Education: Our desire is to help your student develop those qualities needed for independent study that will serve him or her well in the college or work environment.
iCAN Organization: Co-op is organized by a board that serve in a voluntary capacity, with new board members appointed as the need arises. The iCAN Board will set the class schedule and calendar, secure facility usage, interview and approve all teachers, help resolve conflicts between teachers, students, parents, and others and plan graduation ceremonies with assistance from parents of graduating seniors.
iCAN Board is the primary committee as described in iCAN Member Handbook.
- Core Values.
- Statement of Faith.
- Meet the Board.
- Code of Conduct.
- Dress Code.
- Discipline Policy.
- Parent Expectations
- Conflict Resolution
- Student Expectations
- Building Use Rules
- Co-op Schedule
- Co-op Policies
- Volunteer Responsibilities
- Final Word