• Student Expectations:

    Students are expected to attend an orientation at the beginning of each term.

    Students are expected to work consistently online; completing the full requirement of work as laid out by the pacing chart each week.  

    Students are expected to complete the course by the posted end date of term
     
    Students are expected to keep all weekly appointments made with the instructor.
     
    Students are expected to advocate for themselves with the teacher located in PowerSchool.

    Students are expected to complete the Weekly Check-in every Wednesday between 8 am and 11:55 pm.

    Students are expected to review all graded assignments that have been returned and be available to converse with the instructor.

    Students are expected to be honest and do their own work.

    Students are expected to have a mid-point, final, and district common assessment (if required) proctored for each class, each term by the specified time listed in the term calendar.

    Students are expected to attend the drop-in center for help or proctoring.

    Students are expected to show their parents the online grade book and give them user access to the course.

    Students are expected to take all district tests including the pre and post Student Learning Outcome tests.

    Students are expected to contact the AAPS Instructor as soon as possible when extenuating circumstances or longer health problems arise. 

     

    Parent Expectations:

    Parents are expected to attend an orientation at least once a year.

    Parents are expected to use the A2 Virtual+ webpage to find resources and answers to questions.

    Parents are expected to encourage their children to stay on pace and submit the Weekly Moodle Check-in.

    Parents are expected to let their children advocate with the instructor.

    Parents are expected to review, with their child, the online grading book once a week.

    Parents are expected to contact the AAPS Instructor as soon as possible when extenuating circumstances or longer health problems arise with the student.

     

    Staff Expectations:

    Staff is expected to have regular, documented, and ongoing instructive interaction with the student.  

    Staff is expected to answer emails within 24 hours Monday-Friday, excluding holidays.

    Staff is expected to grade assignments and return to student, with constructive comments, within one week.

    Staff is expected to meet with students at the student's building each week. 

    Staff is expected to update PowerSchool. (Weekly for AAPS and Edgenuity taught classes, monthly for MIVU).

    Staff is expected to inform students and parents when the student is two weeks or more behind pace and create a new pacing plan for the student to catch up with the work.