Classes are offered to our members in the fall and spring semesters. These classes are held on Tuesday afternoons for 10 weeks each semester from 11:00-3:00. Each class is one hour long. These classes are taught by moms, dads, area pastors, etc. Each class has a fee based on the materials that are necessary for the class. Fees are due at registration in August and January. Classes take place on our campus at the old Rienzi School, 21 School Street, Rienzi, MS 38865.
Currently, class registration is not possible online. Check the EAGLE calendar for the Class Sign-up day which happens in August and January.
An organizational meeting for each school year is usually held about the 3rd Thursday in August. Check the EAGLE calendar for details. Those who are new to homeschooling can find out more about EAGLE at this meeting.
Fall classes usually begin the second Tuesday of September and run for 10 weeks.
Spring classes usually begin the mid or last Tuesday of January and run for 10 weeks, skipping one Tuesday in March for spring break.
Enrichment Directors serve as the overall coordinators of enrichment class activities: Karla Massengill (email@example.com)
Enrichment Class Treasurer performs the financial responsibilities for the the classes: Karla Massengill.
Set-up Coordinator for classes is Allison Beene.
Clean-up Coordinator is Angeli Rickard.
Teacher Substitute Coordinator is Stacy Foster (662) 415-7727
Creation Night Coordinator is in charge of making all preparations for our end-of-semester fellowship and showcase: Sara Hendrix and Stacey Posey
For the most part, our teachers are volunteer moms and dads of EAGLE. They decide what they would like to teach, select the material, set the grade levels and preferred number of students, and decide the cost. Class submissions are due in July and December and the listing is posted on this website about 3 weeks later. Check the EAGLE calendar for details. They must sign the Statement of Faith and agree to not teach contrary to it. For the safety of our children, all teachers may be subject to a background check and will be required to sign a consent form.
Teachers and the Enrichment Committee members get first choices of classes for their child(ren) on registration day.
Any parent whose child is attending enrichment classes and is not teaching or is not on the Enrichment Committee must volunteer in one of the many departments available. These jobs include helping with class set-up, clean-up, class assistance, class substitution, Open House assistance, and more.
Sign up for these positions take place during class registration during the semester the child is taking classes.