Learning Opportunities for Gifted Youth Co-op                                  


In fairness to our teachers and fellow students, exemplary attendance is expected.  However, if you or one of your children who attends co-op has either a temperature of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher or any other infectious symptoms, please help us prevent the spread of germs and please stay home.  If a student must be absent, you will need to inform us at logyc@chicagogiftedcommunitycenter.org by 7:00 a.m. Friday morning. If an absence is planned in advance, teachers should be notified as soon as reasonably possible.

Changing classes:

Classes cannot be changed or added once registration has closed. Please be sure that you sign up for the classes you want to take! If you decide to drop a class, in respect to the teacher, you need to inform logyc@chicagogiftedcommunitycenter.org asap.

Payment and refunds:

Payment must be made at the time of registration or your child will not be permitted to attend classes in the fall.  All class fees are nonrefundable, as long as a class runs; this includes fees for dropped classes.  If a class does not run, all monies will be refunded.

Student behavior:

It is expected that all students will be respectful to their teachers, classmates and other parents as well as the church staff.  Students may not run in the halls and must keep their voices down while moving between classrooms.  If a student is disruptive during a class, the teachers are empowered to ask the child to sit out with his/her parent for the remainder of that block. If a student is repeatedly disruptive or disrespectful, they may  not be allowed to enroll for subsequent sessions or may even be asked to leave the Co-op mid-session, and no fees will be refunded.

Parent behavior:

LOGYC is not a drop-off; LOGYC is a co-op, and we can’t do it without you! Parents are expected to remain on-site each Friday and to pitch in either as teachers (if you aren’t comfortable teaching, no problem – we need lots of other help too!), TAs, helping with cleaning up, etc. If you are going to be absent for any reason, it is your responsibility to find a substitute for your job[s]. High-school age students may attend classes without an on-site parent, and their family's assigned job[s] can be fulfilled by either a parent or the teenage student. Families who do not fulfill their job assignment[s] may not be allowed to return for future sessions of Co-op. 

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