Growing Great Minds Co-Op is a Christian group, therefore classes may include prayer and will be taught from a Christian perspective. Participants are required to follow both a dress code and a code of conduct. No strapless shirts for girls, boys must wear shirts. No micro minis for girls, and no Speedo type shorts for boys. No bullying, profanity, or course jesting. No running or loud play in common areas or hallways. No gum, food, drinks or texting in classes. Please keep common areas and bathrooms clean. Please do not send sick children to co-op. GGM Co-op is not responsible for lost or left items. Please arrive and pick up children promptly.
GGM Co-op asks that parents remain in common area while students are engaged in classes. One adult para will remain present in class to assist each teacher. The GGM Co-op Board will implement a third offense policy.If your child is consistently disruptive in class, and/or violating policy, following the third family meeting with a board member and teacher with their para, your child will be excused from all classes without compensation.
· Commit to teaching 3-4 classes during the 12 week semester · Facebook participation is important. All communication will be conducted through Facebook and/or Facebook messenger. · Please have your students prepared for class with materials and fees. · Parents are required to be in attendance with their elementary students, unless they have appointed another parent as temporary guardian. If the student is in middle or high school, they may be dropped off with prior notice given. Student must have contact information and be picked up in a timely manner. · Please refer to the Growing Great Moms Co-op Policy Guidelines concerning Dress and Decorum. https://www.facebook.com/notes/growing-great-moms-minds/ggm-policy-guidelines/1182884471736957 Thank you from all of us on the GGM Co-op Board.
You must fill out and bring all necessary forms by the first day of class. If your child(ren) have special needs, and/or allergies, please specify in the notes section of your paperwork. Grade Ranges Elementary K-5, Middle School 6-8, High School 9-12. Please talk to a teacher if you are unsure where to place your child. Some classes do have specific age ranges.