CHESS ENROLLMENT 2015-16

The Christian Home Education Support System is managed by homeschooling families from NOBTS to provide support, encouragement, accountability, and resources to parents so that children can excel in their primary and secondary education. We offer classes and group activities to supplement individual curriculum. The Doris Kelley Showers of Blessing Resource Building provides community meeting space, library and material loans, and access to technology.
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    STUDENT INFORMATION

    Please answer the following for each child participating in PAWNS AND CHESS this year. Input all ages and grades as of September 1, 2015.
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    CHESS Enrollment Agreement

    (Parents of preschoolers: You are only agreeing to the first item. You are not required to enroll with the state of Louisiana or to complete any set number of school days.) Parents agree to: 1) Stay connected and encouraged by attending as many CHESS meetings as possible! 2) Provide an organized course of study, using curriculum of the parents' choice and maintain records of students work 3) Fulfill the days required by the state of Louisiana for a school year (167 days). A school day is defined by the teacher, which includes supervised planned instruction, field trips, or other learning experiences. 4) Provide supervised instruction to their children in courses of academic study 5) Join Home School Legal Defense Association when your child reaches 7 years old 6) Register children 7 years or older with the State of Louisiana.
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