LEAD Innovation Studio
News for LEAD Families, 1/20/23
LEAD Innovation Studio
Super Test Day is March 7th
Information for Parents of 8th Grade Students
UPDATE: THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT IS JAN 26th.
All current 11th grade students will need their 2nd Meningococcal immunization prior to starting their 12th grade year. The Platte County Health Department will be at LEAD on 2/9/23 to give these immunizations to families that are interested. Please reach out to the LEAD nurses if you would like more information on registering for this event.
You can contact the LEAD health room at 816-359-4134.
Courtwarming Information for Park Hill and Park Hill South
2023 Access Test for EL Students
Wednesday, February 1, 2023 8:00 – 12:30 LEAD Innovation Studio, Room 204, Front Office Conference Room
The ACCESS test is an annual state-required test for EL students.
Buses will pick up at the normal place and time.
Students can drive themselves to school.
Parent/guardian can drive students to school.
• For Breakfast and Lunch
Breakfast and lunch are served as usual.
• For Testing
Bring your computer.
Check in with Ms. Stolle in Room 204, Front Office Conference Room.
On Wednesday, students will take the listening, reading, writing tests.
Students will take the speaking test on Monday or Friday.
Questions? Contact Brenda Stolle at email@example.com
Miles of Smiles at LEAD
Miles of Smiles, a program of Level Up Kids, provides free dental care to children in the Northland who do not have access to oral health services. The dental care will be provided to students at LEAD during the school day at Hopewell Elementary on February 7th – February 28th!
All care is provided by a licensed dentist and assistants and all patients receive a comprehensive exam, cleaning and x-rays. Transportation will be provided to LEAD students to and from Hopewell Elementary.
Please register ASAP if you would like your student to be seen during the school day. We highly encourage online registration, which is quick, easy and convenient! You can register right from your phone!
Please contact Karen Schaff (816-359-6175) or Betsy Chociej (816-359-6417) if you have any questions or need help registering your student.
A reminder that when dangerous weather, temperatures or road conditions make it unsafe for students to get to school, we will call an AMI distance learning day.
The state has allocated five AMI (alternative methods of instruction) distance learning days, which means that on inclement weather days, all students will learn from home from 9 a.m. to 3:40 p.m. On the sixth bad-weather day, we will have a good old-fashioned snow day with no school.
In the event of an AMI day, students will follow the schedule below. Please remember that participation in classes via Teams is highly encouraged but not mandated. At the very least, students should log into Summit and get as much work done as they can. Facilitators can approve PFA's to be done from home on AMI days. CT teachers, however, will not approve PFA's on AMI days.
9:00-9:45 - 1st block
9:45-10:30 - 2nd block
10:30-11:00 - CT
11:00-12:00 Office Hours
1:00-1:45 3rd block
1:45-2:30 4th block
2:30-3:00 Office Hours
Important Information for NCC Students
Please note that NCC follows the schedule of the Platte County School District including school closures for inclement weather. If the Platte County School District closes due to poor road conditions, excessive snow, or frigid temperatures, NCC will not be in session. NCC will communicate through email, Facebook, Twitter and the NCC website about closures. For the 22-23 school year, NCC will follow the PCR-3 plans shown below:
· Plan A (No School and No Remote Learning)
· Plan B (No School and No Remote Learning)
· Plan C (Inclement Weather Virtual Learning Day)
It is likely that we will not implement Plan C inclement weather days (no school with remote virtual learning) until we reach a threshold that would push the school year past four inclement weather days. We will always communicate what each day is via our website, email, Facebook, and Twitter.