eLearning Academy Newsletter
September 14, 2017
Our Mission: To provide a flexible, personalized learning experience that transcends traditional education models and prepares students for 21st Century citizenship
Kathryn Spinale (Ahead in Civics and Economics)
Dennis Escobar (Great quality of work)
Lisbeth Avila (Amazing quality of work)
Yarini Lara-Hernandez (Almost finished with Sociology)
Kelvin Sweeper (enrolled late, but catching up quick)
Back-To-School Night/Senior Meeting
Tuesday, Sep. 19th, 6:30-8:30pm
800 Everett Place
- Graduation Project Info Session
- Photos taken for Student ID's
- Q&A for parents
- Meet your teachers
We look forward to seeing everyone next Tuesday!
CMS Chromebook Purchase Program
Applied Data Technologies is providing Charlotte-Mecklenburg School parents an opportunity to purchase Chromebooks for only $145.00.
Please visit the following link to learn more:
CROWDER'S MOUNTAIN MEET-UP--9/22
We hope you will join us for our first eLearning Meet Up of the 2017-18 school year!
Where: Crowder's Mountain State Park
When: Friday, September 22nd (Teacher Workday)
Who: All students are invited!
What: Light physical activity in a beautiful setting!
Why: Get to know your eLearning Peers!
How: Meet us there OR Ride the bus from eLearning Academy (only open to the first 30 students to respond)
Please complete the Crowder's Mountain Meet-Up Form to get signed up!
eLearning Attendance Policy
Effective 2017-18 school year elearning students will be held to the same attendance requirements as students in a face-to-face environment. Teachers will be required to take attendance of students enrolled in CMS teacher-led classes. Attendance is monitored and documented in Powerschool:
Students who are behind pace in a course without any completion of work in a 24-hour period will be marked absent.
Students on pace and showing strong academic progress (mastery level work) will be considered present.
The absence is documented in Powerschool. Students accumulating 10 or more absences will fail a course. The intervention process for chronic attendance will be implemented at 3 and 5 day absences. Each morning teachers will check Powerschool and document attendance from the previous day.
1st Semester Mandatory Exam Dates
ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY--PLAN AHEAD!
PSAT: October 11 All 10th & 11th Graders
Pre-ACT: October 25 All 10th Graders
EOC & NCFE: January 12-19 (no exams 1/15) All math, science, English, social studies and CTE courses
**All exams begin at 7:15 AM at the eLearning Campus--800 Everett Place**
elearning academy plagiarism policy
Rule 6 of the 2016-17 CMS Student Code of Conduct titled “MISREPRESENTATION (Honesty)” states, “A student will be honest and submit his/her own work.” Further, Rule 6, sub-letter “C” indicates, “...Honor Code Violation: Violating rules of honesty and Honor Codes, including but not limited to plagiarism or copying another student’s test or assignment, are prohibited…” (pg. 11-12).
eLearning Academy has implemented the following consequences for acts of plagiarism:
First offense: Documented warning with parent contact. Student may re-do assignment for 50% of credit earned.
Second offense: Parent contact with referral to school administrator. Student may not re-do assignment.
All incidents of plagiarism will be recorded in the eLearning Academy Progress Monitoring document.
eLearning Faculty Contact Information
- 9th grade: Ms. Goodwin: email@example.com
- 10th grade: Mr. Weghorst: firstname.lastname@example.org
- 11th grade: Ms. McLean: email@example.com
- 12th grade: Ms. Ruble: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Rogers: email@example.com
Central Piedmont Career & College Promise
Ms. Jackson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Weghorst: email@example.com
Ms. Ruble: firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Studies, ACT, Psychology Assistance
Ms. Goodwin: email@example.com
Contact the NCVPS English teacher directly