Cell Groups & Field Trips
Cell Groups are collections of TEACH families who gather for fellowship, field trips, service projects and other non-academic activities. Cell Groups usually meet in members’ homes once a month. Annual activities- including picnics and ‘Moms Nights Out’- are planned in June. Leaders are parent-volunteers.
Cell Groups can be centered around location, a special interest (scouting, gaming, Legos, etc.) or age group. As with all TEACH programs, families can select programs that meet their needs- there is no requirement that Cell Group members also attend co-op.
The best way to become involved with a Cell Group is to complete a TEACH Membership Registration and then to contact our Cell Group Leader, Samantha Hanks, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We currently have two active Cell Groups, the Forest School group and the Field Trip Group. You may join both groups.
The Forest School schedule is made up of a combination of nature-based learning progrms, field trips, hiking and organic ouside exploration time. We meet on Fridays, year round, outside in all weather conditions (within reason). If you think you might be interested in being a part of the TEACH Forest School group, email Amy Rhoads at email@example.com to be put on our email distribution list.
Field Trip Group
The Field Trip group is open to any TEACH Member, it is a come when you can kind of group. We will be taking trips to a variety of locations. There is currently one trip a month, each trip is organized by a different parent. This group is structured more toward elementary age. If you would like to join our mailing list, please contact Samantha Hanks at firstname.lastname@example.org.