The AGAPE Times

a newsletter for students and families - 2020/21 Vol 6

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A note from our Administrator, Lois Vosika-Weir

AGAPE Students and Families,

Everyone at AGAPE hopes that your families had a safe and restful break. 2020 was a difficult year and we are hopeful that 2021 will be AGAPE's best year yet!

Second quarter is ending on January 28th and we are here to help you be successful! If you were unable to pass your Q1 classes, there is a HUGE opportunity available to you. Details are on the on the flyer above called "Credit Earn Back Information", on the AGAPE website, and in our all-school Schoology group.

On Fridays, we wear college gear and we have our Virtual All-School Meetings at 9:30am on GoogleMeet. We are having some great guest speakers and activities! Please join us - the GoogleMeet code will always be: agapeadmin

Feel free to contact me with questions - Call or text (651) 335-9145 or email at

Lois Vosika-Weir

AGAPE Administrator

Quarter 2 Daily Schedule

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Coming soon......AGAPE Facemasks!

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Email your teachers for help getting caught up - they want to meet with you!

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Feeling anxious, stressed, or maybe just need someone to talk to? Call or text Christy, our school social worker! 612-368-1457

I don't feel fearless right now

Congratulations to our latest Students of the Week!

iPad Problems?

Are you having issues loading videos or accessing linked websites using your district-issued iPad??!!

Try this:

  • Open Self-Service
  • Seach iBoss controller
  • Reinstall iBoss
  • Reinstall Schoology
  • Restart iPad

If these steps do not resolve the issue or if you are having any other iPad or HotSpot-related issues, please let Maddi know via email at: (

Image Credit: Grok nation
The Black is Beautiful movement was on the rise at the time King made this speech, which includes messages about self-love. As King urged Black people to seek their own liberation, he talked about Blackness and urged them to proclaim “Yes, I’m Black. I’m proud of it. I’m Black and beautiful.” - Teaching Tolerance
Dr. King Said It: I'm Black and I'm Proud!

Words of Wisdom

The Miracle of Morning by Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman / CBS

Babies, babies and more babies! Submit your pics of your newborn and we will make you a birth announcement!

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Snowflake Patterns

Bring snowflakes into your home by cutting out these snowflake patterns! Throw them in the air with baby or hang them from the ceiling using pieces of string using tape.

Scarf Activity

A scarf will help build up the baby's fine motor skills when they are pulling and pushing the scarf through the holes on the containers.

Nurse's Corner

credit - Cleveland Clinic

AGAPE Title I Corner

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Samuel Barber Adagio For Strings by macancala