PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Overview


We meet at Southern Calvert Baptist Church in Lusby, MD on Tuesdays from September to May.

We offer a variety of classes for students in K-12 grade.

Our classes consist of core classes and electives.

Classes offered depend upon the interests and skill sets of participating parents as we are a parent-led co-op.  Because of this, our registration fees can stay at a reasonable price.

We also have Nursery, Toddler, & Pre-K classes that will remain in their rooms for the length of co-op time.

Meeting dates are subject to change based on church activities

We are a nut & peanut free co-op.

2021 - 2022 Meeting Dates

Fall /
Winter

Sept. 14 , 21

Oct. 5 , 12 , 19

Nov. 2 , 9 , 16

Dec. 7 , 14

Jan. 4 , 11

Winter /
Spring

Jan. 18

Feb. 1 , 8 , 15

Mar. 1 , 8 , 15

Apr. 5 , 19 , 26

May 10 , 17

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Special Events and Activities

 

Field trips

Teen night and movie night for younger ones

Parent's night events

End of year party at a local park

Student Responsibilities

-Act in a well-behaved and respectful manner toward adults, instructors, and peers.

-Come prepared to participate in activities.

-Complete activities cooperatively and with a good attitude.

-Take care of church property and equipment.

-Complete homework that is assigned by instructors on time.

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Cancellations Due to Inclement Weather

If Calvert County or St. Mary's County Public Schools are closed or have a delayed opening due to inclement weather, classes will be cancelled and no email message will be sent.  Please do not call the church office.

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Parent Obligations

 

One of the fundamental principles of home education is the primary role of parental authority for the education and welfare of their children.  Parents are required to do the following: comply with the Maryland home school law, oversee the student's work and behavior, ensure the safety of their children, be informed, volunteer their time for the benefit of the group, and model godly behavior.  Our fellowship is designed as a cooperative effort for families who educate their children at home.  This co-op is not an umbrella school.  In order for the fellowship to run smoothly, one adult per family is required to actively teach or assist and must remain on the premises during the time co-op is in operation.