FUSN Religious Education Registration 2017-2018
We are so grateful to have you in our FUSN community! Please share with us information about your family, children, and youth so we can best support you.

Registration forms currently accommodate two parent/guardians, though we understand that families come in multiple shapes and sizes. Please be in touch with us if the parents/guardians are not the primary people taking the child(ren) to FUSN or if there are family circumstances of which you would like us to be aware.

If you have more than one child, you don't need to fill out the non-mandatory information about the parents/guardians the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc. time you fill out the form. (It won't autofill, but we can copy/paste parent info in our spreadsheet from first child to all additional children).

Thanks!

Rowan Van Ness, Director of Lifespan Religious Education, rowan@fusn.org
Beth Walton, Assistant Director of Religious Education, beth@fusn.org

Parent/Guardian #1
Primary contact regarding child
Full Name Parent/Guardian #1
Your answer
Email Address Parent/Guardian #1
Your answer
Cell Phone Parent/Guardian #1
Your answer
Second Phone Parent/Guardian #1
Your answer
Address Parent/Guardian #1
Your answer
FUSN Membership Status
Supporting Our Cooperative RE Program - Parent/Guardian #1
A cooperative children’s Religious Education model means that the families whose children are in the RE program take the lead in teaching the RE classes. Other members of the congregation may teach as well, but the bulk of the teachers come from the participating families. ​Typically, parents are expected to teach an RE class or contribute in another significant way (~15 hours) to RE every other year​.
Join a teaching or leadership team
It takes YOU to make our RE program work. Check all that apply, including opportunities you've committed to or are interested in. FUSNites working directly with children must have been attending FUSN for more than six months and be known to the community. We want you to spend your first 6(+) months getting to know us and for us to get to know you! We run CORI background checks on all volunteers.
Required
What additional skills, interests, or (professional or life) experiences might you be willing to share with our program?
Your professional or life experiences could be helpful in our classrooms or in running our programs. Some of our curricula recommend inviting in people with experiences.
Your answer
Parent/Guardian #2
Full Name Parent/Guardian #2
Your answer
Cell Phone Number Parent/Guardian #2
Your answer
Second Phone Number Parent/Guardian #2
Your answer
Email Address Parent/Guardian #2
Your answer
Address Parent/Guardian #2
Your answer
FUSN Membership Status
Supporting Our Cooperative RE Program - Parent/Guardian #2
A cooperative children’s Religious Education model means that the families whose children are in the RE program take the lead in teaching the RE classes. Other members of the congregation may teach as well, but the bulk of the teachers come from the participating families. ​Typically, parents are expected to teach an RE class or contribute in another significant way (~15 hours) to RE every other year​.
Join a teaching or leadership team
It takes YOU to make our RE program work. Check all that apply, including opportunities you've committed to or are interested in. FUSNites working directly with children must have been attending FUSN for more than six months and be known to the community. We want you to spend your first 6(+) months getting to know us and for us to get to know you! We run CORI background checks on all volunteers.
Required
What additional skills, interests, or (professional or life) experiences might you be willing to share with our program?
Your professional or life experiences could be helpful in our classrooms or in running our programs. Some of our curricula recommend inviting in people with experiences.
Your answer
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