Parent Frequently Asked Questions
While we have no membership fee each class has tuition and every family is responsible for a $35 insurance fee per year.
Registration is held online, not in person. Once general registration is open you will go to the class pages to register. Once you register and class registration is available to you you will find a blue register button on the class page.
Yes. If an exception needs to be made you need to contact a board member ASAP.
No. Payments are due at the mandatory meeting each session..
Yes! We offer classes for children from K through high school (ages ranges 5-18). We also have a nursery and preschool available for siblings.
You may take 1 , 2 or 3 classes. We do suggest that families try to participate in all three hours so that children are able to get to know other students better.
Absolutely! All families are welcome at IMPACT regardless of their homeschooling style.
Only in extreme cases will an exception be made to the age range of a class. Although they may really want to take the class, we have worked together with the teacher to set an age range for specific reasons and exceptions will rarely be made.
No, only siblings of enrolled children will be allowed in the nursery or preschool.
The enjoy a break! Parents often read, work on curriculum or other tasks, hang out with the other parents discussing homeschooling ideas or experience with one another. They may even pick up extra volunteer time, as needed! Typically, parents must stay on property.
Teachers, parents, and students should dress neatly, modestly, and also appropriately for the weather. Shorts mustn’t be shorter than extended fingertips down at the side. Dress/Skirt length mustn’t be shorter than 4 inches above knee top. Tops must cover midriff, this includes the action of raising arms. Unacceptable clothing includes: strapless, backless dresses or tops, anything sheer and low cut. Sleeveless tops must cover bra straps. No Shirts depicting crude slogans, words, or pictures. Undergarments covered at all times.
Participation in the co-op is a 11-12 week commitment, and depends upon the active participation of all members to ensure a positive experience for all families. Therefore, parents and children are expected to attend co-op meetings every week, except in cases of sickness, travel, or a family emergency. We ask all families to be careful not to schedule appointments or other activities during co-op mornings since an absent teacher or student can be disruptive to the program.
Absolutely! Families can register for one or both of our sessions.
No. Parents must remain on property with their child with the exception of an approved hold harmless agreement and another adult on property willing to take responsibility for your children.
When your child is sick you need to contact the volunteer coordinator as soon as possible. Posting on Facebook or calling/texting any person other than the volunteer coordinator is not acceptable and may disrupt that days classes.