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Kindergarten-Third Grade Students
On-Site and Online Staff & Contact Information Onsite Staff- Jen Korte- Director Kelli Tebbe- Lead Teacher Tracy Jacoby- Mathematics Teacher Mary Watercutter- Special Education Teacher Cindy Staples- Science Teacher/K-8 Mentor Deb Kraft- Receptionist Eric Brenner- Technology Coordinator Online Staff- Pat Beams- K-3 Teacher Angela Newberry- Intervention Specialist Business Site E. Albert St. Lima, OH Tutoring Site Dearbaugh Ave. Ste. 2 Wapakoneta, OH Phone: Fax: Tutoring Hours- Tuesday andThursday: 12:30 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Office Hours- Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
K-3 Expectations: The school year runs for 36 weeks, each week is to be completed by Saturday at 11:59 p.m. and you will be assigned work weekly. Students will be responsible for ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies weekly, and will be loaded into one special (PE, Health, Art, and Music)each nine weeks. Students will have one teacher, Mrs. Pat Beams for all subjects. 1 st nine weeks- weeks nd nine weeks- weeks rd nine weeks- weeks th nine weeks- weeks If the work is not completed by Saturday at 11:59 p.m., you will get a message in the course management system letting you know that your child needs to attend the mandated tutoring that week. Students will then enter into their Google Drive account and sign themselves up for a specific tutoring time. Students will meet weekly with their teacher to discuss concerns, questions, group work, mini-lessons, and parent-teacher conferences (once a year, or per teacher or parent request). Parents need to be very active in their child’s education, so they are successful at these critical ages. They will need much support to understand the curriculum, and help with their technological skills. Remember that they have to do the work, and you are there as a support or facilitator only. Please make sure you are in constant communication with your child’s teacher and ACE office staff, as we want to make this experience the best they’ve had.
Onsite Supports: Tutoring: Is an option for all K-12 students. There are specific times that are available for grade levels. Tutoring is an option for those students who want to come in and get additional help on a lesson, or who just want to come in and work with others. If you are mandated because you didn’t get your work completed for the week then you must attend at least one of the tutoring sessions and get caught up on all work. Tutoring Hours- Tuesday and Thursday: 12:30 p.m.-3:00 p.m. If you need additional times or support please contact our office and this will be arranged. Mentoring: All students will be assigned to a highly qualified staff member who will work to: communicate with his/her teachers, families, student, and monitor the status of the student, be the contact person who will answer any questions, concerns, etc. Mrs. Cindy Staples K-8 Mentor
Testing: ACE Academy Testing- Per the state of Ohio, all students enrolled in a community school are required to be tested in reading and math each year. Testing will be setup at a later date and must be attended. If your child does not attend, this can lead to their dismissal from the program. Statewide Testing- Each year students in grades 3-8 are required to take the Ohio Achievement Assessments in the Spring, usually in April. 3 rd graders also take the Reading OAA in October 3 rd -8 th graders all take Reading and Math and depending on the year some will take Writing 3 rd Grade Guarantee- Ohio's Third Grade Guarantee ensures that every struggling reader gets the support he or she needs to be able to learn and achieve. Students in grades K-3, will be evaluated in reading in the Fall. If a child appears to be falling behind in reading, the school will immediately start a reading improvement plan. That needs to be supported by the parent, and progress reports will be sent home quarterly. There will be mandatory tutoring on Tuesdays from 12:30 p.m-3:00 p.m. for any student who is not on track. Any student who is not on track the end of their third grade year will be retained.
Academic Programs: Schoology Course Management System Login: Username: enter what was given to you only Password: enter only what was given to you School: ACE Academy Wapakoneta, OH This is your school, you go here every day to: learn what you have to do for the week, turn in assignments, complete assignments, assessments, etc., message teachers, view grades, read/listen to school and course announcements, participate in groups, etc.
Academic Programs: Compass Learning: Software Program- interactive and engaging lessons, and new revised standards based subjects for grades K-12 Website: Login: Username- enter what you received from ACE Password- enter what you received from ACE School- Odyssey Subject Icons- This is where you will spend most of your time. Your teacher will assign you work in this program weekly. Click into the subject that has assignments and work your way through as directed. Once you complete a lesson a green check will appear letting you know you have completed it. Portfolio- This is where you can view your grades, assignments, and run reports for all or specific lessons. You can also get the activity code that is the numbers and letters after the lesson title, to enter to redo a lesson. Odyssey Writer- This a writing program similar to word where you can create a document, or complete the assigned writing prompt, save it for later, and submit it when you are ready.
Collaborative Programs: Google Drive Cloud storage service Website: Login: address: enter the information you received from ACE Password: enter the information you received from ACE This program will allow you to create and share documents with your teachers and friends. And share and use the online calendar feature. You will use this mostly to enter in when you will be coming in for tutoring. The document will be shared with you, so all you have to do is open it and enter your time.
Collaborative Programs: Web conferencing Tool This is used to meet face-to-face with your teachers and ACE office staff. You will meet weekly with you teacher for mini-lessons, which are extensions or reinforcements for the weeks’ work. You will also discuss status, questions, concerns, etc. Some teachers give points for these meetings, as they see them as very important and benefitting the students in a great way. There will be once a year parent-teacher conferences that need to be completed through Collaborate, if there are other issues or concerns the parent or teacher could request additional meetings. Your teacher will send you a link for the meeting. This is usually done through a message or announcement on Schoology. Prior to the meeting you will click on the link, and follow the prompts to enter into the meeting.