Highland Rim Christian Homeschool Co-op Highland Rim Christian Homeschool Co-op Highland Rim Christian Homeschool Co-op Highland Rim Christian Homeschool Co-op Highland Rim Christian Homeschool Co-op Highland Rim Christian Homeschool Co-op
 

FAQs

Q:

Who is on the Leadership Team?

A:

Christianne Montoya - President/Webmaster  

Kim Collins-Admin/Tech Coordinator


Jenny Hughes - Treasurer

?Krystal Livingston - Rotating Class Coordinator


Shelly Shuler - Preschool/Nursery Coordinator

Q:

How much are the fees?

A:

We have a Family Fee of $25.00 per semester (Fall and Spring). This cost is used to cover facility fees, insurance costs, and Co-op needs.

Classes may have an additional fee and that amount will need to be paid at the time of class registration. Class fees are determined by the teacher for necessary supplies for the class. All student's books need to be purchased by parents before the first day of class.

There is a one time fee of $15.00 for all adults over 18 years of age participating in co-op for a background check.

Fees are paid online upon registration.



 

Q:

What time do I need to be at Co-op?

A:

Please try to arrive by 8:40 a.m. It will help to give you a bit of time to settle before for morning announcements. We start announcements at 8:45 a.m. with any last minute details that have arisen or info to share, followed by the pledges to the American Flag, Christian Flag, and Bible, followed by prayer. We start classes at 9 a.m. and end at 12:30 p.m.

Please be respectful of the teachers and other classmates by arriving on time to avoid disruptions to the class.
Most times we have a family there at 8:30 a.m. setting up if you want to get there early to set up your classrooms. 

Q:

How can I prepare my child(ren) for the first day of Co-op?

A:

A backpack or diaper bag is helpful for your child(ren) to keep track of their stuff. Put their names on them so we know who they belong to if they are misplaced. Be sure that they have paper, a pencil/pen and any of the supplies listed in their class descriptions to bring from their teachers. Write down their class schedules and have them keep their schedules with them for the first couple weeks so they know where to go.

Only water and snacks free of all nuts may be brought to co-op to be eaten during the snack break.

Q:

Who do I talk to for questions not answered here?

A:

Please email hchc.techteam@gmail.com for questions or technical help and we will reply as quickly as possible.

Q:

Are there other co-ops in the area?

A:

Yes!  There are several options for you.  Here is a list of local area resources:

Coffee County Homeschool Resources (Updated 07/2017)

Co-ops:
Highland Rim Christian Homeschool Co-op
First Baptist Church (Tullahoma)
Meets on Wednesdays
Website: www.homeschool-life.com/TN/Hrchc
POC: Christianne Montoya c)931-222-0086

Enrichment Fellowship
Cedar Lane Church of Christ (Tullahoma)
Meets on Fridays
POC: Kathy Norton c) (931) 307-4339

Classical Conversations
First Baptist Church (Tullahoma)
Meets on Mondays
POC: Kari Seabolt c)229-412-2750

Manchester Homeschool Fellowship
Forest Mill Church of Christ (Manchester)
Meets on Mondays
POC: Heidi Holmes (931) 581-1305 and Rachel Carroll e) rachecarro@yahoo.com

First Homeschool Fellowship of Manchester (Manchester)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FirstHomeschoolFellowshipOfManch…/…
POC: Michelle Del Bene Rollman and E Renee Seals Hancock

Homeschool Associations:

Middle Tennessee Home Education Association
Website: http://www.mthea.org/

Homeschool Legal Defense Association
http://www.hslda.org/default.aspx

Coffee County Homeschool Network
Yahoo Group: https://groups.yahoo.com/group/coffeecountyhomeschoolnetwork
Facebook Group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/coffeecountyhomeschoolnetwork/