Distance Learning Academy

December 17, 2021 Grades 6-12 Weekly Announcement

NOW IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO CHECK IN

This is an important time to check in with your Distance Learning Academy student. Ask them to log in to their coursework so you can see their progress. You may receive some resistance to the request. If so, it is important for our students to know that we are here to support them.


The partnership between school, student, and family is incredibly important to the success of our students. Praise our students for doing good work and putting forth their best effort. Come alongside our students who may be struggling to find solutions to the barriers they may be feeling. Our DLA staff want to help and are eager to help families find solutions.


Please reach out if you have concerns. Our staff are experienced teachers who have a lot of strategies for the barriers that our students are facing.


You can always call me at 651-674-1055. If I do not answer, please leave a message and I will get back to you as soon as I can.


David Treichel

Principal

Starting in 2022! MATH TUTORING!!

I am excited to announce that NBAPS Distance Learning Academy will be offering math tutoring for students needing some extra help. Watch your email for specifics during the first week of January on how to access and get help.

IMPORTANT! Friday Student Progress Reports

Friday weekly progress reports are sent at 5:00 PM! Make sure you are reviewing with your children to ensure they are on pace and doing well in each course.


If you are not signed up, please do so. Families yet to sign up for Edementum Sensei will receive an email from Edmentum Sensei that will allow you to set up and create your account. Please make sure you check your email spam folder in case your email security forced the email into your spam. If you have issues with creating the account please communicate with the support staff at Parentsupport@isd138.org

Attendance is so important - Our Goal is for all students to attend more than 90% of the school days

Having a ritual and routine for doing school and a place in your home to do school is the first step in having good attendance. We want all of our students to attend every day and no less than 90% of the time. Attending and participating in school every day is our expectation. Students who attend school more than 90% are more likely to reach their full potential and achievement goals.


When your child is sick or when there are family appointments that coincide with school please call 651-674-1052 to excuse the absence. We monitor daily attendance closely because of the impact that it has on students reaching their full potential. Thank you for your cooperation.

Distance Learning and Recovering Credit for Graduation

Credit Recovery Registration is OPEN. If you have questions about whether you need to recover a credit, please connect with our office at 651-674-1051. Complete the registration form below.


Thank you!