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Northwest Arkansas Christian Home Educators Association
Fayetteville Fall Co-Op Planning Meeting
July 21, 2012Posted by on
Fayetteville NWACHEA will hold a planning meeting for fall semester co-op classes on Friday, August 10, from 1-3 p.m. at Grace Church, 2828 N Crossover in Fayetteville.
ALL FAMILIES WISHING TO PARTICIPATE IN CLASSES SHOULD ATTEND THIS MEETING.
Fall semester classes are held September – December. The co-op meets at Grace Church on Fridays. At our meeting, we will be discussing whether to meet the first 2 Fridays of each month, as we have in the past, or to switch to the first and third Fridays to avoid a possible conflict with Kim Brinson’s high school courses.
You must be a current member of NWACHEA to participate. Membership forms will be available at the planning meeting; the completed form and annual dues must be received before students register for their chosen classes.
Parent volunteers lead all of the classes, and may choose any subject they like. Past classes have included a wide variety of topics – geography, Spanish, science experiments, health and physical education, sewing, art, knitting, cooking, drama, and more. Please come prepared with ideas for classes you are willing to lead this semester. If your class will require supplies, please look at your materials list before the planning meeting and try to have an idea of the fee you will charge.
Every class must have an instructor and at least one assistant. All teachers and assistants commit, in writing, to serve for the full 8 weeks of the semester. They must also sign the NWACHEA Statement of Faith.
Classes are a cooperative effort. Every parent must agree to participate actively in teaching, assisting, nursery care (provided for young children of teachers and assistants only) and/or other duties as needed. Grace Church provides the use of their facility to us at no charge. We appreciate the church’s generosity and have committed to leave the building in good condition every week. All parents will have assigned cleaning duties that must be completed each week after co-op. Students MAY NOT be dropped off for classes; parents, you must accompany your child(ren) and remain at the church unless another adult has agreed to be responsible for them.
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