Solid Rock Christian Homeschool Cooperative

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Solid Rock
Christian Homeschool
Cooperative
2013-2014
Catalog & Family Handbook
Join us
Thursdays
September through April
Christ the Rock Community Church
4100 SW Old Clifton Road in Port Orchard
360-674-7000
Visit our website @ www.solidrockch.org
Solid Rock Christian Homeschool Cooperative
Mission Statement
SRCH exists to strengthen the homeschool community by providing support,
encouragement and opportunities to homeschooling families, bringing glory to God.
Our goal is to provide an atmosphere that fosters the love and challenge of learning while promoting
and teaching Christian values. We offer enrichment and academic classes from a Biblical Christian
worldview for students from preschool through high school in an environment which stresses
Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior.
“Loving one another, and working together with one heart and purpose.”
Philippians 2:2
For Parents, our goal is to provide:
Academic instruction to enhance their efforts as they fully accept the biblical
responsibility to “train up a child in the way he should go.” (Proverbs 22:6)
Support for members through prayer and commitment, sharing educational
information, and the sharing of gifts or talents given by God to help one another.
An environment that fosters and encourages relationships among
children and adults that honor the Lord.
For Students, our goal is to provide:
Consistent opportunities to interact with a group of children and teachers
and to learn the importance and blessing of respecting authority.
Encouragement and re-enforcement of the character traits of
attentiveness, cooperation and responsibility.
General Policies & Information
On site Parents: Because SRCH is a cooperative effort, parents must be on the premises with their
children every SRCH school day. If parents find they must leave for any reason, children must leave
with the parents. No child is to be on site without a parent.
Information Center: An information center will be set up in the Parent Café. Each family will have a
Family Information File. Please check your family file weekly for updates and news.
SRCH Entrance: All SRCH families will use the entrance at the far end of the parking lot. Please do
not use the main entrance or go through the church lobby.
Snow: If South Kitsap School District is closed or delayed, co-op classes will be canceled. School
closures are announced on local television and radio stations.
Baby Care: For the safety of our little ones, babies need to stay in the nursery. They are not allowed
in the classrooms during school hours. Feeding and diaper changing should only be done in the
nursery. Nursing may be done in the nursery or Ladies Room, located near the kitchen.
Lost and Found: Items left on Thursdays will be held in the white SRCH cabinet in the parent café
for two weeks. After that time items may be donated to charity. SRCH and CRCC are not to be held
responsible for lost or stolen articles.
Website: Copies of this course catalog as well as other SRCH information can be found at
www.solidrockch.org.
Leadership Team Contact Information:
Angie Blair
Kristi Yand
Pastor Dave Kennedy
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
253-820-6928
253-857-3078
360-674-7000
Parent Responsibilities
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Parental participation is mandatory. No student will be allowed at SRCH without a parent present.
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By registering your child in the SRCH program, you agree to complete your assigned job each
Thursday at the co-op. You may also be called upon during the year if additional help is needed. It is
important that you are on time for all jobs.
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If you are unable to fulfill your assigned job due to absence, it is your responsibility to find a suitable
replacement AND notify the Leadership Team.
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During co-op, parents should be doing a job, in a child’s class, in Study Hall, Chapel or in the Parent
Café.
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Families are asked to respect the SRCH board’s standard regarding boy/girl relationships:
Demonstrating respect for one another as brothers and sisters in Christ.
Public displays of boyfriend/girlfriend relationships are not acceptable at co-op.
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All parents are responsible to enforce SRCH rules. Parents are responsible for their children knowing
and adhering to SRCH rules.
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Children are not allowed in classes they are not registered for; this includes siblings. If you have
children in public or private school, they may not attend SRCH on the days that they are out of school.

Do not send your child to class during the contagious stages of an illness, with a fever, or lice.
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Do not socialize or use cell phones while in the classrooms. Teachers and Teachers’ Aides reserve
the right to ask those disturbing their class to leave.
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Parents and students are to dress modestly.
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Parents will be contacted if a disciplinary problem arises and may be asked to remove their child from
class. Parents are responsible for their children’s actions and behavior.
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No pets are allowed on the church premises.
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Participation is contingent on tuition being paid on time. Pay according to the Payment Schedule.
Tuition and material fees are non-refundable.
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A non-refundable $35 registration fee per family must be paid at the time of registration. This check is
payable to CRCC. It is the only fee payable to Christ the Rock directly.
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All SRCH co-op families must agree to abide by the rules set for our group by Christ the Rock
Community Church while using this facility.
Failure to comply with parent policies will
jeopardize your privilege to participate in the SRCH program.
Student Responsibilities
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Show respect for all adults and peers. Address adults with respect (Mr., Mrs., Ms., Miss).
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Be on time for class and prepared to learn (i.e. completed assignments, sharpened pencils, all required books and supplies). All supplies, including bags, should be marked with
your name!
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Students arriving at SRCH before classes begin will remain with their parents until classes
begin. Likewise, after co-op, students will remain with parents until leaving the building.
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Students may not be in the Blue Room without adult supervision.
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Participate willingly in classes and cheerfully help with all clean-up.
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Ask teacher’s permission if you must leave the room.
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Be respectful and do not disrupt class.
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Be in class or study hall at all times while on campus.
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Walk and talk quietly while changing classes. NO RUNNING.
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Study hall is for working or reading independently and quietly. Be sensitive to other students working in study hall—work quietly.
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Bring to co-op only what you will need for class. (no toys, electronics, balls, skateboards,
etc.) Pocket knives are not allowed on campus.
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Show respect for church property. You will be held accountable for any damages.
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Cell phones must be turned off while classes are in session.
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No gum is allowed anywhere on the premises.
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Dress modestly.
Failure to comply with student policies will
jeopardize your privilege to participate in the SRCH program.
General Class Information
Class Requirements
Be sure to check the age requirements and prerequisites before registering for a class. Students must be the age stated
in the class outlines by September 1, 2013. Children who do not meet class requirements may be considered for
admission on an individual basis by the Leadership Team. Students inappropriately registered for a class may be placed
in Study Hall for that hour. Please read class descriptions carefully to be sure your child is able to handle the homework
and requirements of all the classes you choose. Teachers reserve the right to ask those students not fully participating
in class to drop that class.
Chapel
Chapel time will be held between first and second hour in the ‘”Blue Room”. Families will come together to sing praise
and worship to the Lord, hear important announcements, share in devotions and Bible studies, and pray for blessings
upon our school day. Chapel runs from 10:00-10:25am.
Class Adds and Drops
All class changes must be requested in writing (drop/add forms are available at the Information Table) and approved by
the Leadership Team and the instructor at least one week prior to any change.
Instructors
Instructors determine the course content and materials. Instructors are in agreement with the SRCH Mission Statement.
Instructors are not employed by SRCH, but are employed and paid by the families. If a teacher is unable to come to
class, the teacher’s aide will be responsible for that time period. Tuition will not be refunded.
Teacher’s Aides
Teacher’s Aides may assist teachers, take attendance, and substitute in a teacher’s absence. We encourage teachers
to communicate with their aides what will be most helpful for their class.
Class Supplies
Students should come prepared with ALL required supplies on the first day of school. All supplies should be marked
with the student’s name. Students who come to classes without their supplies or homework during the year may be sent
to Study Hall or asked to leave the class.
Nursery – Study Hall
These rooms are available during the hours you are registered at SRCH. They are to be used when your children are
not in a regular class. Study Hall is for children who can read, study, or work on their own assignments quietly. Nursery
is for children from birth to 2 years old. Please be considerate and pick up your children promptly.
Parent Café
The Parents’ Cafe is located upstairs. This room is for parents who have a free hour, however, those utilizing this room
must be willing to assist if additional help is needed with jobs. Parents are asked to use this room for socializing, and
NOT the main lobby, study hall, or other areas of the church. Please be respectful of the members of our church staff,
who are working throughout the building during the day.
Registration Procedures for 2013-2014
1. Read the entire packet. Call a member of the Leadership Team if you have questions.
2. To become a member in the 2013-14 program, the oldest child registered must be at least seven years old by
September 1, 2013.
3. Fill out the Enrollment Application and Medical Release (both sides). (Both parents sign and date)
4. Fill out the Registration Form - see instructions below.
5. Registration opens April 11th. You must complete and turn in the following: Enrollment Application, Medical Release, Registration Form and $35 Registration Fee (payable to CRCC) together to hold your place.
Registrations will not be accepted unless all paperwork is complete.
6. If you are mailing your registration, send to:
Christ the Rock Community Church
SRCH Co-op, c/o Pastor Dave Kennedy
4100 SW Old Clifton Road Port Orchard, WA 98367
7. To secure your place in a class, you must submit the first session material fees and first months tuition by May
31, 2013. Write one check per student per class (Checks and MO’s only - NO CASH) payable to the
instructor.
8. Any unsecured spots will be offered to those on waiting lists after June 1, 2013.
9. Late registrations will have one week to secure classes by paying tuition and fees.
Registration Form Instructions
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Check your preferred job choice. We will try to accommodate your requests but cannot guarantee placement.
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Complete one registration box for each child you are registering, including preschoolers and babies. Make
extra copies if necessary. Return the entire sheet, even if you only use one box.
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If your children will not be in a class one hour, they must be registered for Study Hall or Nursery. All children
in attendance must be registered for a class each hour.
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Do not register for a class you can’t be on time for. Lateness is disruptive to everyone. Students that are
continually late for class may be asked to drop that class.
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You may not pick a second choice class and be on a waiting list for your first choice. If you prefer your child
to be placed on the waiting list for your first choice class, mark “wait” in the second choice slot for that hour.
Students on waiting lists will be in Study Hall or Nursery that period until a slot opens.
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Classes are filled on a first come, first served basis.
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Everyone must volunteer to aide at least one class. Indicate all classes you prefer to aide by writing “yes” in
the “Teacher’s Aide?” box for the appropriate classes. There will be only one Teacher’s Aide for most classes. Please understand that requesting to be Teacher’s Aide for a class does not automatically put you in that
position. (See “General Class Information” for Teacher’s Aide responsibilities.)
1st Hour 9:00-9:55
1st Hour 9:00-9:55 continued
All About the ABC’s
Story of the World 2
Ages: 3-6 years
Teacher: Michele Rush
Material Fees: $15 per session
Ages: 8 year s and up
Teacher: Lynnea Higginson
Material Fees: $20 per session
Required Materials: Requir ed Stor y of
the World 2 Student pages (Peace Hill
Press, $11.95). Highly Recommend
SOTW2 reading materials or audio book.
*This class has an 8 student minimum.
Description: A is for alligator ; B is for
beach! In this class we will focus on one letter of the alphabet each week. Letters are the building blocks for reading
and the goal of this class is to make each letter fun! Using a
hands-on approach, students will engage in fun letter based
activities that will reinforce their letter recognition and beginning sounds skills. You won’t want to miss out on all the
alphabet fun!
Young Writer’s Workshop
Ages: 6-9 years
Teacher: Angie Blair
Material Fees: $15 per session
Prerequisite: Student must be able to
do copy work.
Required Materials: Shar pened pencils, er aser , extr a
writing paper.
* This class has a 6 student minimum.
Description: Real-life writing activities based on some of
our favorite picture books. Isn’t it fun to write letters, notes,
postcards, invitations, or clever messages? We will also
work on making lists, journal entries, creating how-to
instructions, and many other fun writing activities. Weekly
activities will be catered to varying levels of writing abilities.
Copy work and group activities will help our beginner writers while an increase in independent work will help our experienced writers grow in confidence. We will have a great
time connecting reading, writing, & fun!
Arts & Crafts
Ages: 6-8 years
Teacher: Kr isti Yand
Material Fees: $30 per session
Required Materials: Cover -up shirt for
messy project days.
Description: In this class, we will cr eate master pieces by
following step-by-step instructions for projects using various
media including crayon, paint, glue, shaving cream, salt,
foam, newspaper, marker, and oil pastels. Students will
make cities, rockets, giants, bugs, birds, fish, bears, chameleons, and much more! We will be learning and practicing art
and craft skills by drawing, painting, cutting, stamping, and
printing. Let’s create!
Description: We will study the Middle Ages (400-1600)
through engaging stories. This world history program will
cover the Roman Empire, Christianity in Britain, the Byzantine Empire, the rise of Islam, Dynasties of China, the Ottoman Empire, Portugal, Martin Luther, and the Americas. We
will include many hands on projects to help us learn in a fun
and compelling way.
Homework: Infor mation is better r etained if stor ies ar e
also read or listened to at home.
Art
Ages: 9-12 years
Teacher: J oe Ber g
Material Fees: $30 per session
($20 per session for repeating students)
Description: We will spend much of our time this year
again working with our primary art tool, our eyes. Seeing
well and appreciatively is worth practicing often, even when
we don’t have artist materials in hand. And because art,
properly understood, acknowledges the relational nature of
God’s workmanship, we will then practice the creativity He
gave us in admiration and imitation of His own.
We’ll add fresh projects, techniques and materials to those
we learned last year, such as perspective, texture, structure,
dimensional art, and prints. We’ll also review the techniques
we learned this year, enhancing them with further attention,
technique and insight. Beginners will get a lot of information, but also plenty of one-on-one attention. Expectations
will be tailored, with each student’s advances quickly noted
and strongly reinforced.
Homework: At least one hour weekly should be spent
examining random objects and then drawing them, using
whichever media the student enjoys. As in all learning, more
quality time means more progress. Discussion also helps
stimulate observation and seat ideas, so two students, or a
student and parent, looking at and troubleshooting things
together is time well spent.
Hot idea: a quiet evening time of reading aloud and concurrent sketching can be very profitable in many ways.
I always enjoy seeing and sharing the progress gained during
various drawing opportunities, so students will be asked to
have their homework opened on the table for me at the outset
of each class.
1st Hour 9:00-9:55 continued
The Myth—Drama
Ages: 10 year s old and up
Teacher: Emilie Rickman
Material Fees: $10 for the year
Required Materials: 1” notebook
binder, writing paper, pencils.
*This class has a 5 student minimum.
Description: My hope is to pr ovide an oppor tunity for
students to perform on stage, by giving them the chance to
express their creativity, gifts, and talents. This includes
learning the ins & outs of acting, becoming confident with
speaking in front of an audience, and ultimately performing a
splendid, end of the year production. We will be using different games, including a monologue and dialogue; along
with other exercises necessary to learn the skills to perform.
The students will get the chance to create their own costumes
and props, along with developing their character for the big
performance. Ready for a big adventure?
Homework: Occasional
1st Hour 9:00-9:55 continued
Jr. / Sr. Physical Education
Ages: 12 year s old and up
Teacher: Char lotte Lar son
Material Fees: $15 per sessions
Required Materials: Must be on-time each
week! Active wear and running shoes. A change of clothes
may be preferred for most students since this is a 1st hour
class.
* This class has a 6 student minimum
Description: This class offer s the oppor tunity to set per sonal goals and achieve them. For individual improvement
we will be participating in the Presidential Challenge. We
also will be playing team sports; learning the rules and different skills & techniques needed to play.
Homework: Requir ed to fill out Activity Log with 6 or
more hours per week and signed by parent to be returned
each week. Working on goals in Presidential Challenge.
Algebra 2—Saxon (8:30am Start)
Ages: 12 year s old and up
Teacher: Tanya Sutter
Materials Fees: $20 per session
Prerequisite: Algebr a 1
Required Materials: Saxon Algebr a 2 Home School Kit,
3rd Edition: includes the Student Textbook, Testing Book
and Answer Key. ISBN: 1600320163. Also required:
Graphing paper, notebook, Calculator.
Suggested Materials: Saxon Algebr a 2 Solution Manual,
3rd Edition ISBN: 1565771435
Description: Saxon is r eally good at pr esenting a small
concept each lesson then each day it grows and develops.
Because of the Saxon method of teaching, it is very
important that I know the student understands the subject.
We will spend the first half-hour reviewing test/homework
questions. The next hour we will cover four lessons each
week. Additional lessons over the December break.
Homework: Four lessons a week and one test (r equir ed)
Parental Commitment: Gr ade homewor k.
Teach me , O LORD, the
way of thy statues;
and I shall keep it
unto the end .
Psalm 119:33
2nd Hour 10:30-11:25 continued
2nd Hour 10:30-11:25
Wiggle and Sing through the Alphabet
Ages: 3-6
Teacher: Michele Rush
Material Fees: $15 per session
Description: Calling all wiggly kids that want to lear n mor e
about the alphabet. This class will be filled with all kinds of
alphabet fun. We will be singing songs, learning rhymes, and
playing games that go along with the letter of the week. We will
also be having snack, and sometimes we will be cooking it ourselves. This class will be following the alphabet schedule of ‘All
About the ABC’s’ but can be taken independently.
Pilgrims, Patriots & Pioneers
Ages: 6-9 years
Teacher: Lynnea & Heaven Higginson
Material Fees: $20 per session
Required Materials: All mater ials will be supplied by
instructor, although occasional items may be requested.
*This class has an 8 student minimum.
Description: This will be a fun hands-on learning class for
primary grades. We will explore Early American History including; early Native American life, Pilgrim life and their journey to America, Colonial life, the days of the American Revolution, Louisiana Purchase, and the adventures of the pioneers.
Homework: Most wor k will be completed in class.
Elementary PE
Ages: 8-12 years
Teacher: Char lotte Lar son
Material Fees: $15 both sessions
Required Materials: Must wear active clothing and tennis
shoes.
Description: Whether you ar e competitive or simply enjoy
playing sports with others, this class is geared to challenge and
encourage you to use your body to the best of your ability! We
will set goals and participate in the Presidential Challenge and
also work on learning team sports.
Homework: Requir ed activity log with 6 or mor e hour s to be
filled out and turned in weekly.
Adventures with Little House Books
Ages: 8-14 years
Teacher: Vanessa Pear son
Material Fees: $15 per session
Required Materials: Reading books; L ittle
House in the Big Woods & Farmer Boy by
Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Prerequisite: Ability and inter est in r eading
a chapter a week.
*This class has a 6 student minimum.
Description: We will r ead thr ough L ittle House in the Big
Woods during 1st session and Farmer Boy for the rest of the
year (2nd session). We will spend our class time discussing
chapters read, sampling some of the tasty foods that Laura &
Almonzo enjoyed as kids on the farm, creating art projects,
and some U.S. geography.
Homework: Appr oximately 30 minutes of r eading (1
chapter per week) and 5-10 minutes completing discussion
questions. Audiobooks are okay for younger or hesitant readers.
Art
Ages: 12 year s and up
Teacher: J oe Ber g
Material Fees: $30 per session
($20 for repeating students)
Description: We will spend much of our time this year
again working with our primary art tool, our eyes. Seeing well
and appreciatively is worth practicing often, even when we
don’t have artist materials in hand. And because art, properly
understood, acknowledges the relational nature of God’s
workmanship, we will then practice the creativity He gave us
in admiration and imitation of His own.
We’ll add fresh projects, techniques and materials to those we
learned last year, such as perspective, texture, structure, dimensional art, and prints. We’ll also review the techniques we
learned this year, enhancing them with further attention, technique and insight. Beginners will get a lot of information, but
also plenty of one-on-one attention. Expectations will be tailored, with each student’s advances quickly noted and strongly reinforced.
Homework: At least one hour weekly should be spent examining random objects and then drawing them, using whichever media the student enjoys. As in all learning, more quality
time means more progress. Discussion also helps stimulate
observation and seat ideas, so two students, or a student and
parent, looking at and troubleshooting things together is time
well spent.
Hot idea: a quiet evening time of reading aloud and concurrent sketching can be very profitable in many ways.
I always enjoy seeing and sharing the progress gained during
various drawing opportunities, so students will be asked to
have their homework opened on the table for me at the outset
of each class.
2nd Hour 10:30-11:25 continued
Service Club
Ages: 12 year s and up
Teachers: J ill O’Connor & Sar ah Couder
Material Fees: $30 per session
Required Materials: Pencils, notebook paper
*This class has a 6 student minimum.
Description: A ser vice class in which we will r ead and
discuss charity and compassion, as well as discover ways we
give back by finding opportunities that match our interests,
personalities, time and values. Hear from missionaries who
have served in various capacities and volunteer for organizations that work to help people within our own community.
We’ll also give back, as a class, making blankets for Project
Linus, writing letters to soldiers, folding Cranes for Cancer
and more!
Homework: Appr oximately one hour (or less!) per week.
Course may include a couple of optional field trips during
the course of the co-op year.
Algebra I—Saxon
Ages: 12 year s and up
Teacher: Tanya Sutter
Material Fees: $20 per session
Prerequisite: Saxon 8/7 (3r d edition), Algebr a 1/2 or any
equivalent pre-Algebra course.
Required Materials: Saxon Algebr a 1 Homeschool Kit.
ISBN: 978-1-565-77123-91-565-77123-0 CBD stock
number: WW544213. Graphing paper, notebook, calculator,
pencils.
*This class has a 3 student minimum
Description: Each week we will study 4 lessons with
some additional time for questions. Students will be required
to work all the problems in the lessons during the course of
the week. Parents will be required to correct the work or
oversee correcting and administer weekly tests. Some additional independent lessons will be required over the December break. The goal is to encourage independent thinking
and confidence in Algebra.
Homework: Finish all pr oblems in the assigned lessons
Parental Commitment: Over see lesson completion and
correction; test administration.
I have no greater joy
than to hear that my
children are walking in
the Truth .
3 John 4
3rd Hour 11:30-12:25
Science Exploration
Ages: 3-6 years
Teacher: Michele Rush
Material Fees: $20 per session
Description: Why do we have skin? Wher e does the r ain
come from? In this class we will answer these and many other
questions. We will use literature, experiments, and our five
senses to learn about plants, the weather, insects and other interesting topics. All curious youngsters will not want to miss
this!
Primary PE
Ages: 6-8 years old
Teacher: Sar ah Couder
Material Fees: $15 1st session/ $10 2nd session
Required Materials: Students need to come pr epar ed to
participate each week. Athletic shoes & appropriate clothing
required.
* This class has an 8 student minimum.
Description: A fun PE class to wr ap up the co-op day! We'll
use up some of that energy with organized games and activities
focusing on physical fitness, sportsmanship, teamwork and
fun. We'll run relays, tackle obstacle courses, and try out a
variety of sports activities, as well as work on our strength,
speed and flexibility.
Safety & Nutrition
Ages: 6-8 years
Teacher: Ker r i Cr espo
Material Fees: $20 per session
Required Materials: 3-ring notebook, colored pencils,
scissors, glue sticks. Workbooks will be purchased with
material fee funds.
*This class has a 10 student MAXIMUM
Description: We will be going over basic safety teachings;
what do we do when we are approached by a stranger, when to
call 911, what to do in case of a fire, what to do if our parents
are lost/separated from us, animal safety and more. We will
also cover good manners and basic health & nutrition.
3rd Hour 11:30-12:25 continued
Careers in the Arts
Ages: 8-12 years (older kids are welcome)
Teacher: Koos Ellis
Material Fees: $20 per session
Required Materials: Pencils, er aser , shar pener , color ed pencils, scissors, self control and the ability to focus during class.
* This class has a 4 student minimum.
Description: Have you ever wonder ed what kinds of jobs use
art skills? In this class, students will have fun learning about real
world art careers while building their artistic skills performing
hands-on art projects each week. Classes will be structured, fastpaced, fun and rewarding for each student. Book Illustration,
Floral Design, Jewelry Design, Comic Books, Fabric Design,
Video Game Design, and Culinary Arts are just some of the
many lessons covered.
Homework: Ther e will occasionally be small homewor k assignments. Older students will have the opportunity for optional,
fun, more involved homework.
Christian Kids Explore Chemistry
Ages: 9-12 years
Teachers: Missy Gould
Material Fees: $30 per session
Required Materials: Safety Goggles (staples, Home depot),
3-ring binder, colored pencils
* This class has a 16 student MAXIMUM
Description: This subject will be pr esented in an easy to understand form, with many experiments to give students a great
introduction to the science of chemistry. Lessons will include the
study of matter, the elements, atoms and molecules, the nature of
chemistry (including reactions), different states of matter, and
organic chemistry. Biblical scripture is intertwined into each
lesson.
Homework: Appr oximately up to one hour per week studying vocabulary and other activities. Possible science report
presentation at the end of the year.
One generation shall
praise Your works to
another, And shall declare
Your mighty acts.
Psalm 145:4
3rd Hour 11:30-12:25 continued
Pre-Algebra
Ages: 12 year s and up
Teacher: Tanya Sutter
Material Fees: $20 per session
Required Materials: Algebra 1/2 Homeschool Kit.
ISBN: 978-1-600-32970-81-600-32970-5
CBD Stock #: WW79499X. Notebook, calculator, & pencils.
*This class has a 3 student minimum
Description: Saxon is r eally good at pr esenting a small concept each lesson. Each week we will cover 4 lessons. Homework
is required. Additional lessons will be required over the December break.
Homework: Requir ed, finish all 4 lessons and weekly test.
Parental Commitment: See that homewor k and tests ar e being
completed, and corrected/graded.
Micro Business
Ages: 12 year s and up
Teacher: Kr isti Yand
Material Fees: $30 1st session / $10 2nd session
Required Materials: Text & wor kbooks will be pur chased by
instructor
Description: In this class students will br ainstor m and r eview
business ideas, write a real business plan and learn about business
pitfalls and successes. We will learn about sales, marketing, customer service, record keeping, time management, money and taxes. With full participation, each student will create and run their
own micro business. Students will participate in a co-op trade fair
to display their business idea complete with business cards and a
sales presentation.
Homework: Weekly mandator y homewor k (one chapter per
week of reading and workbook assignments as well as working on
their business)
Thinking Like a Christian
Ages: 15 year s and up (younger students may possibly enr oll
with instructor permission)
Teacher: Nancy Kauahi
Material Fees: $40 per year
Required Materials: Books to be pur chased by instructor.
* This class has a 2 student minimum.
Description: The pur pose of the class is to give students the
ability to recognize and stand against the thoughts and ideas
(worldview) of the secular culture. Giving students a logical defense (apologetic) for the hope we have in Christ. And to give
students the ability to apply God's truth in all disciplines they will
study in college and beyond.
There will be assigned reading, discussion of ideas covered, various writing assignments, and a glossary of terms created.
Homework: 1 or mor e hour s per week.
Notes
Overview of 2013-2014 Classes
First Hour 9:00-9:55
Second Hour 10:30-11:25
Third Hour 11:30-12:25
All About the ABC’s
Teacher: Michele Rush
3-6 years
Wiggle & Sing Through the Alphabet
Teacher: Michele Rush
3-6 years
Science Exploration
Teacher: Michele Rush
3-6 years
Young Writer’s Workshop
Teacher: Angie Blair
6-9 years
Pilgrims, Patriots & Pioneers
Teachers: Lynnea & Heaven Higginson
6-9 years
Primary PE
Teacher: Sarah Couder
6-8 years
Arts & Crafts
Teacher: Kristi Yand
6-8 years
Elementary PE
Teacher: Charlotte Larson
8-12 years
Safety & Nutrition
Teacher: Kerri Crespo
6-8 years
Story of the World 2
Teacher: Lynnea Higginson
8 years and up
Adventures with Little House Books
Teacher: Vanessa Pearson
8-14 years
Careers in the Arts
Teacher: Koos Ellis
8-12years
Art
Teacher: Joe Berg
9-12 years
Art
Teacher: Joe Berg
12 years and up
Christian Kids Explore Chemistry
Teacher: Missy Gould
9-12 years
The Myth—Drama
Teacher: Emilie Rickman
10 years and up
Service Club
Teachers: Jill O’Connor & Sarah Couder
12 years and up
Pre-Algebra - Saxon
Teacher: Tanya Sutter
12 years and up
Jr./Sr. PE
Teacher: Charlotte Larson
12 years and up
Algebra I - Saxon
Teacher: Tanya Sutter
12 years and up
Micro Business
Teacher: Kristi Yand
12 years and up
Algebra 2 - Saxon (8:30am start)
Teacher: Tanya Sutter
12 years and up
Thinking Like a Christian
Teachers: Nancy Kauahi
15 years and up
Study Hall is available each hour
Student’s
Name
First Hour
9:00-9:55
Second Hour
10:30-11:25
Third Hour
11:30-12:25
Enrollment Application 2013-2014
Solid Rock Christian Homeschool Cooperative
Parents’ Names:
Last Name:
Home Phone:
Address:
Email Address:
Cell Phone:
Emergency Contact:
Emergency Contact Phone:
Student Information
First Name
Last Name
Birthday
Gender (M/F)
Age by Sept. 1, 2013
Medical Conditions/
Allergies
________Initial if the above information may be used in the SRCH Directory
By signing on the following line I give permission for any photos or video taken of my child(ren) while at SRCH to be used in future promotional
materials. ________________________________________
BY SIGNING THIS CONTRACT:
 I affirm that I have read the entire 2013-2014 registration packet, and my child(ren) and I have read the
Responsibilities together.
Parent & Student
 I agree to abide by the rules and expectations as presently enforced, or as may be amended. I understand that if anyone in my
family violates the rules, it will jeopardize our participation in the SRCH program.
 I agree to be responsible for the behavior of my child(ren).
 I understand that I will be required to fulfill the co-op job(s) that will be assigned to me.
 I agree to be financially responsible for any SRCH or CRCC property that my child(ren) damage(s).
 In the case of an incident that results in physical and/or emotional injury to my child(ren) or myself, I release: Solid Rock Christian
Homeschool, and its agents, the Leadership Team members, and Christ the Rock Community Church from any liability and all
claims against them, individually or collectively, for any damages or medical care necessary.
Father’s signature
Mother’s signature
Student’s signatures (10 & up)
Date
Date
Date
MEDICAL RELEASE FORM
Solid Rock Christian Homeschool Cooperative
Please furnish health information on all family members who may be attending SRCH in the 2013-2014 school year.
Complete both sides
Mother:
Last Name
Address
Phone #
First
Birth Date
Health information:
Doctor
Medical insurance carrier
Allergies and/or significant medical conditions:
Medications taken regularly:
Phone #
ID#
Father:
Last name
Address
Phone #
First
Birth Date
Health information:
Doctor
Medical insurance carrier
Allergies and/or significant medical conditions:
Medications taken regularly:
Emergency contact for the family:
Name
Phone #
Name
Phone #
Phone #
ID#
Work #
Work #
Relationship____________________
Cell #_____________________
Relationship____________________
Cell #_______________________
Consent for Hospital Admission and/or Physician’s Care
We (I), the undersigned, hereby consent to all emergency medical and surgical treatment which may be deemed
necessary for_____________________________________________________________________________________
(Print the names of both parents and children)
We (I), shall be liable and agree to pay all costs and expenses incurred in connection with such medical services rendered. We (I) have read the above consent and understand and agree to its content:
Father’s signature
Mother’s signature
Date
Date
Please fill out children’s medical information on the back
Student’s Health Information:
Last Name
Doctor
Medical insurance carrier
Allergies and/or significant medical conditions:
First
Birth Date
Phone #
ID #
Medications taken regularly:
Student’s Health Information:
Last Name
Doctor
Medical insurance carrier
Allergies and/or significant medical conditions:
First
Birth Date
Phone #
ID #
Medications taken regularly:
Student’s Health Information:
Last Name
Doctor
Medical insurance carrier
Allergies and/or significant medical conditions:
First
Birth Date
Phone #
ID #
Medications taken regularly:
Student’s Health Information:
Last Name
Doctor
Medical insurance carrier
Allergies and/or significant medical conditions:
First
Birth Date
Phone #
ID #
Medications taken regularly:
Student’s Health Information:
Last Name
Doctor
Medical insurance carrier
Allergies and/or significant medical conditions:
First
Birth Date
Phone #
ID #
Medication taken regularly:
Please make copies of this form if you are registering more than 5 children.
SRCH Co-op Payment Schedule 2013-2014

All classes are $5 per month, per child. Tuition is paid as shown in the schedule below.

Tuition and material fees are non-refundable. You may pay for more than one month at a time.

Checks for tuition and class fees are to be made payable to the instructor. Please place payments in the payment
notebooks. Do not give checks to the instructor.

Failure to pay fees and tuition on time may result in your child losing his spot in that class. There will be a $1 fine for
each class per child, per week that tuition is late. After two weeks of non-payment, your child may lose his or her spot
in class.
It is your responsibility to know when tuition is due...
Payment Due Dates
Collected for
At time of registration
Registration fee $35 to CRCC
May 31, 2013
1st Session Material Fees and September Tuition (To hold place in class)
September 26, 2013
October 2013 Tuition
October 24, 2013
November 2013 Tuition
November 14, 2013
2nd Session Material Fees and January 2014 Tuition
January 23, 2014
February 2014 Tuition
February 20, 2014
March 2014 Tuition
March 27, 2014
April 2014 Tuition
2013-2014 Important Dates
September 12, 2013
Parent Meeting 10am
September 19, 2013
Classes commence /1st Session
November 21, 2013
Last day of classes for 2013
January 9, 2014
March 20, 2014
Classes resume /2nd Session
Spring Break - no classes
April 24, 2014
Last day of Co-op / Celebration Assembly
Parent Opportunities
SRCH Co-op depends on each member’s active participation.
Whether this is teaching, assisting, making coffee, being a floater or helping in the nursery,
there is something for everyone.
God has given us all unique gifts and we ask that you consider
this when signing up on registration day.
Please use these job descriptions to help you answer the questions
On the back of your registration form.
Job Opportunities
Details
Teachers
Teachers are committed to setting high standard of excellence in teaching
the courses outlined in the course catalog.
Teacher’s Aide
Each class will be assigned a teacher’s aide to assist the teachers, take attendance and substitute in the teacher’s absence.
Set up tables & chairs
Will need to arrive at Co-op 10-15 minutes early each week to set-up tables
and chairs in Parent Cafe and Study Hall
Prepare Coffee
Will need to arrive at Co-op 10-15 minutes early each week to prepare coffee and food area
Set up Family File/Information Center
Will need to arrive at Co-op 10 minutes early each week to set up family and
teacher files
Floaters
Will need to be available to go where needed during the assigned hour block
Nursery/Toddler Coordinator
Nursery
Toddler Room
Co-op closing
Coordinate workers for the nursery& toddler room for the co-op year
Help during one hour in the nursery room
Help during one hour in the toddler room
Will need to stay 15 minutes after Co-op to help tear down tables and chairs.
Collecting garbage/Vacuuming
Will need to stay 15 minutes after Co-op to help vacuum classrooms and
collect the garbage
Coffee/food clean-up
Will need to stay 15 minutes after Co-op to help put coffee supplies away
and clean up food area
Restrooms
The restrooms on the main floor of CRCC will need to be inspected at the
end of each Co-op day.
Special Events
Help organize and plan field trips, special events, or
guest speakers nights, etc.
Chapel Support
There will be many ways to serve in Chapel, such as helping set up and tear
down (between 1st and 2nd hours), helping with technical support, printing
materials and assisting students.
Solid Rock Christian Homeschool
Registration Form
Instructions: Complete a registration box for each child by entering your class selections in the grids below. Keep in mind that the
Study Hall option is available during each of the three hours. Please list “Study Hall” as the class name if you are choosing that
option for your child. Also, please list “Nursery” for your little ones so that we can staff that room appropriately.
Student’s Name:
Class Hour
Name of Class
Check if interested in
Teacher’s Aide Position
Name of Class
Check if interested in
Teacher’s Aide Position
Name of Class
Check if interested in
Teacher’s Aide Position
1st Hour (1st choice)
Wait list or 2nd choice
2nd Hour (1st choice)
Wait list or 2nd choice
3rd Hour (1st choice)
Wait list or 2nd choice
Student’s Name:
Class Hour
1st Hour (1st choice)
Wait list or 2nd choice
2nd Hour (1st choice)
Wait list or 2nd choice
3rd Hour (1st choice)
Wait list or 2nd choice
Student’s Name:
Class Hour
1st Hour (1st choice)
Wait list or 2nd choice
2nd Hour (1st choice)
Wait list or 2nd choice
3rd Hour (1st choice)
Wait list or 2nd choice
Student’s Name:
Class Hour
Name of Class
Check if interested in
Teacher’s Aide Position
1st Hour (1st choice)
Wait list or 2nd choice
2nd Hour (1st choice)
Wait list or 2nd choice
3rd Hour (1st choice)
Wait list or 2nd choice
*Please make additional copies of registration if registering more than four children
Parent Job-Assignments
As a co-op we value the wonderful families within our group and strive to incorporate everyone’s God-given gifts and talents and
we depend on each member’s active participation. Whether this is teaching, assisting, making coffee, being a floater or helping in
the nursery, there is something for everyone.
Please take some time to review the “Parent Opportunities” insert, which outlines just some of the things that need to be accomplished to make our co-op work. Then, please fill out the area below.
What job(s) appeal to you the most?
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Do you have any suggestions or ideas of how you can “plug in” to help serve in ways that are not listed on the Parent Opportunities
insert?
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Please feel free to add more on a separate piece of paper or call, email, or talk to anyone on the Leadership team (info found in
SRCH packet).
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