Cell Groups are collections of TEACH families who gather for fellowship, field trips, service projects and other non-academic activities. Cell Groups usually meet in members’ homes once a month. Annual activities- including picnics and ‘Moms Nights Out’- are planned in June. Leaders are parent-volunteers.
Cell Groups can be centered around location, a special interest (scouting, gaming, Legos, etc.) or age group. As with all TEACH programs, families can select programs that meet their needs- there is no requirement that Cell Group members also attend co-op.
At this time, TEACH has one cell group meeting monthly in New Holland. (You can view current planned events HERE.)
The best way to become involved with a Cell Group is to complete a TEACH Membership Registration and then to contact our Cell Group Leader, Samantha Hanks, 610-507-0659 (call or text) or firstname.lastname@example.org.