All students receive a free breakfast and a free lunch every day • The 2020 Craft Show is cancelled • The K12 Payment Center App is no longer available on Google Play or App Store.

Apollo Career Center will start back to school for 2020 August 25 for New Students and August 26 for Returning Students. We have implemented a prepared, responsive and safe plan, but these guidelines established by our local, state and federal guidelines could change at any time. Please read them through so that we can have a safe and productive start to the year. Please check back frequently for updates/changes.

Our hope is that all staff and students will remain healthy – and it takes all of us – so we must let you know that failure to comply with these protocols, without prior and reasonable justification, may result in disciplinary consequences.

Safety Protocols

> Masks are mandated as part of the school uniform and can be purchased in the uniform stores, unless a student falls under one of the exemptions listed by the state of Ohio

> Students should check temperature before school and may be required to test while at school. 

> Students with a temperature over 100 degrees should not report to school. 

> Students will social distance as much as possible  prior to, during and after school.

> Wash hands frequently.

> Use hand sanitizer frequently.

> Clean assigned area daily at the request of the teacher.

> Sit in assigned sections at lunch with their program.

> Sit in assigned seats during each class. 

> Follow the protocols outlined by each classroom teacher.

> If a student displays symptoms at school, we will isolate the student in designated area until they are approved for release or picked up by a parent/guardian.

If a student tests positive for COVID  

 

PLAN 1

School as usual with an online option. If you have opted for the online academic option, that agreement will be in affect for nine weeks and may be modified each nine weeks.

 

PLAN 2

Students will attend academic classes online and report to campus for career technical classes.

Student Expectations:

Students should maintain school as a primary priority

Initiate and own learning 

Participate and engage in all learning activities

Track personal progress weekly

Asks for help when necessary

Expectations for remote learning will be the same as defined in the full remote learning plan

Outline of Plan:

Teachers will host live interactive classes that follow their original master schedule.  For example, if a student attends English class first period they will be expected to be online to receive instruction at that time.

Students are expected to attend all online meetings at their scheduled time.  Failure to do so will result in the student being considered as truant.

All student absences will follow the adopted attendance policy in the student handbook.

Classroom expectations for participation and behavior will be the same as if the student were attending an in-person class.  

Assignment due dates and grading will follow the policies adopted in the student handbook.

Remote learning will take place through the Schoology platform.

The student and parent or guardian are responsible to have appropriate Internet connectivity to actively participate and attend your scheduled class.

Failure to have appropriate Internet access is not an excuse for a failure to attend or to turn in course work on time. 

Student must report to the Apollo campus to attend career technical classes.  Transportation to and from Apollo is the responsibility of the student and parent.

Students and parents must complete a remote learning agreement prior to enrolling in remote learning.  

 

PLAN 3

Total Remote Learning Plan

Student Expectations:

Students should maintain school as a primary priority

Initiate and own learning 

Participate and engage in all learning activities

Track personal progress weekly

Asks for help when necessary

Outline of Plan:

Teachers will follow a schedule that allows them to be available for student instruction and support Monday- Friday from 7:40-2:45 p.m.

Teachers will host live interactive classes that follow their original master schedule.  For Example, If a student attends English class first period they will be expected to be online to receive instruction at that time.

Students are expected to attend all online meetings at their scheduled time.  Failure to do so will result in the student being considered as truant.

All student absences will follow the adopted attendance policy in the student handbook.

Classroom expectations for participation and behavior will be the same as if the student were attending an in-person class.  

Assignment due dates and grading will follow the policies adopted in the student handbook.

Remote learning will take place through the Schoology platform.

Students will complete 2-3 graded assignments per class each week. Assignment due dates and expectations will be clearly posted in Schoology.

Students are expected to contact their teacher when they need assistance.  Teachers will have contact information posted in Schoology.  

Students should be aware that teaching schedules may not permit their instructors to respond immediately to questions.

Parents

Parents should ensure that they have access to monitor their students progress through Schoology.