September 30, 2022
DATES TO REMEMBER
October 6th through 7th: Face-to-Face for Edgenuity - 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
October 10th through 14th: Walk + Roll to School Days
October 18th: College Goal Oregon
Face-to-Face - 9th through 12th grades
We will have snacks and drinks available for students, we encourage all of you Awesome Students to be self-driven independent learners but help never hurt anyone. It is a great time and we have an Emphasis on having fun while learning and accomplishing things.
Please RSVP so that Miss Martin and Coach Burnett know how many people will be coming so that we can plan accordingly for the event.
Coach Burnett 541-887-0091
Miss Martin 458-216-0571
WALK + ROLL SCHOOL DAYS - 1st through 8th grade
The Medford School District and the Oregon Department of Transportation are sponsoring the Walk and Roll to School Days. Even though we are a virtual school, the district has opened the door for us to participate.
This event is for grades 1st to 8th. The purpose of the event is;
- Create healthy habits.
- Decrease vehicle congestion around schools.
- Promote safe walking, biking, and scootering practices.
- Get to know your neighborhood and routes to school.
For our school, for the week of October 10th , ride or walk around your block every day. Track the dates you ride or walk around your block. Email Sallie Johnson your dates to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each Day you Walk or Roll around the block, you are entered into a raffle to win a prize.
Quick Tips for the Walking + Rolling:
- Dress for the weather. 1. Be visible.
- Cross at crosswalks. 2. Stop at stop signs
- Look Left - Right - Left 3. Wear a helmet
- Be Predictable. 4. Use hand signals.
College Goal Oregon - 12th Graders
FAFSA is the application students will need to complete to receive federal grants, work-study, and loans for college. At this workshop, families will have the opportunity to complete this application with support. We will have Spanish-speaking sessions. More information to come!!
Attendance is important
If students miss 10 days in a row, they will be dropped from MOA.
iReady - Why is it important for students to engage in this assessment? (1st through 8th grades)
A medical doctor will draw blood from a patient and perform blood tests. The results of the blood test will indicate the health of the patient. If the tests indicate the patient is in poor health, the doctor will use this information to determine the medical treatment they will prescribe.
This is how we use the iReady results. If the results indicate the student is not on grade level in reading or math, it actually shows us the area of concern - which in turn we will help us determine what are the instructional steps we need to take to bring your child to grade level.
We will be offering the iReady exam to students soon for those who did not take the test during the month of September. The teachers will proctor the exam during their reading and math classes. Students who complete or have already completed both the Reading and Math exams will have their names put in a raffle. We will have 2 top prizes given to 2 students. The first is a gift certificate to the movies and the other is a gift certificate to the Family Fun Center. We will have 3 additional winners who will receive the new MOA shirt designed for the 2022 school year.
Your teachers will be informing the students when the exams will be given in their classrooms. We would appreciate support from our families to make sure that the students attend those classes and complete the assessment.
MOA School Contacts
Student Services 541-842-3465