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SCCHE Activities

Policies and Guidelines Related to Activities

SCCHE and Non-SCCHE Activities

High School Student Council

Purpose: A council of high school students committed to the encouragement of spiritual and social growth among the high school students of SCCHE by planning social and service activities that glorify and reflect Jesus Christ.

Description: To plan and provide social and service opportunities for the SCCHE student body.

Target group: High school aged students who are members of SCCHE.

Guidelines:

  • Parents must be members of SCCHE
  • Qualifications for election to office must be met

HMNS Science Classes - Sugarland

Purpose: To increase our children’s interest and understanding of science.

Description: Houston Museum of Natural Science - Explore science and nature in our interactive science labs featuring Museum specimens, artifacts and laboratory equipment. Students examine ancient objects, investigate technology, meet live animals and conduct scientific experiments in five different, themed labs. Each lab lasts one hour. There is a cost for each class.

Target group: 1st – 8th grade SCCHE members only (one dissection class offered for 6th - 12th grade students)

Schedule: Classes meet 6 or 7 times throughout the year from September through May.

Guidelines: A parent or responsible adult must oversee all participating children.

Coordinators: Rachel Rajkumar [email protected]

Note: Registration for homeschool classes at the George Observatory are now done on an individual basis. For information, visit the HMNS website at www.hmns.org.

Park Day

Purpose: To provide an unstructured, relaxed environment for families to fellowship with one another.

Description: An afternoon of simple, unstructured fun at a local park with the opportunity to get to know other homeschooling families. The park is usually equipped with soccer fields, toddler play area, covered pavilion, restrooms, etc. Bring your own games and sports equipment.

Target group: SCCHE members, but visitors are welcome to participate.

Guidelines: Parents are NOT ALLOWED to DROP off their children; however, parents can bring children other than their own through pre-arranged details.

Park Day Coordinator is an open position. Members are welcome to organize days themselves as long as the guidelines are met.

Spelling Bee

Purpose: To provide opportunity for students to compete in the SCCHE Houston PBS Spelling Bee.

Description: The SCCHE Spelling Bee winner in January will proceed to the SETHSA Houston PBS Spelling Bee in February. The SETHSA winner will then compete in the Houston city-wide Bee. On the same day as our SCCHE Bee, we will also hold a Just for Fun Bee for 1st-3rd grade students. These winners will compete with other 1st-3rd graders at the SETHSA level only.

Target group: Only SCCHE members in 1st-8th grade.

Spelling Bee Coordinator: Deanna Dickson [email protected]

S.T.A.R. (Shared Talents and Resources)

Purpose: The goal of S.T.A.R. is to provide special classes for the students of SCCHE families that will help meet the social and extracurricular needs of the students.

Description: Students meet one afternoon per week, for eight consecutive weeks. Each student is enrolled in 3 one-hour classes for the session (students ages 5-6 participate in a special STAR program, in the same location during the same time). The classes offered may vary, based upon the interests and resources of the parent volunteer teachers.

Target group: Only SCCHE members 5 years or older.

Guidelines: At least one parent in each participating family must volunteer and serve within the STAR program. A reasonably strict dress code and behavior ethic is enforced. Parents and students must sign an agreement to abide by the regulations/discipline guidelines and dress code set for STAR.

STAR Coordinator: Amy Albers, Jill Meador and Kristin Hinds [email protected]

Trail Life USA Troop

Purpose: To build men of faith and character. Emphasis on Wisdom, Heritage, Teamwork, Leadership, Character, and Faith. Connecting young men, mentors, and strengthening father and son relationships.

Description: Christ centered scouting and character development organization. Earn badges, achieve goals, travel, camp, build faith, serve communities, make new friends, and more.

Target: Boys kindergarten-12th grade. Open to SCCHE members and non-members. Visitors welcome to attend troop meetings.

Schedule: August-May with summer activities. Troop meetings at Harvest United Methodist Church, 9029 Sienna Ranch Rd, Missouri City, Tx 77459

Guidelines: Follow Statement of Faith. Registered parents welcomed to volunteer and participate. No childcare provided.

 

 

American Heritage Girls

Purpose: AHG is the premier character development organization for girls ages 5 to 18 that embraces Christian values and encourages family involvement. AHG’s mission is to build women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country.

Description: Christ centered scouting and character development organization. Earn badges, achieve goals, travel, camp, build faith, serve communities, make new friends, and more.

Target: Girls kindergarten-12th grade. Open to SCCHE members and non-members. Contact individual Troops.

Schedule:

Troop #

TX1378

TX1910

Regular meeting time:

1st & 3rd Fridays, 3:30-5:30

2nd & 4th Mondays, 3:00-4:30

 

Meeting location:

Sugar Creek Baptist Church

13223 SW Freeway

Sugar Land

(Intersection of 59 & 90)

Graeber Road church of Christ

1910 Graeber Road

Rosenberg

(Across from Navarro Middle School)

Guidelines: Follow Statement of Faith. Registered parents welcomed to volunteer and participate.