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How to access to CCPS Virtual Learning Interest Survey

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The Virtual Learning Academy (VLA) offers full-time enrollment in an at-home virtual learning environment for at least one full semester. Parents/guardians/caregivers interested in seeking the VLA for their child or children must complete the Parent Interest Application, with a separate completed application for each child.

 

The only method of accessing the VLA Parent Interest Application is through the Infinite Campus Parent Portal Sunday, beginning July 5, 2020. Applications must be completed and submitted by Sunday, July 12, 2020 at 11:59 p.m.

 

Please see the attached documents for information regarding the application process and for information on accessing the Parent Interest Application on the Infinite Campus Parent Portal. 

8th Grade Mobile Moving On Celebration

Parents Virtual Learning Series



Clayton County Public Schools has joined forces with Northstar Educational Consulting Group to present our parents and families with A Parent’s Guide to Virtual Learning Series. These webinars are to support parents and families through their at-home learning transition. Parental engagement is an essential part of a child’s academic success. Therefore, we want to: personalize the learning experience for parents and students; build a stronger relationship between home and school, and empower families to support their children’s learning and development. Together, we are stronger…we are here to support you!

Session 1: What Does School Look Like at Home?




Session 2: How Do I Meet My Child’s Needs?


FOUR MARKET DAYS AT AMS ADDED TO PROVIDE FOOD FOR THOUSANDS IN NEED

Following an overwhelming response to market days held in April, Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton Elementary, and the Atlanta Community Food Bank are adding four market days in the month of May to help meet the need.

Mobile markets will be set up at the Speedway at 11 a.m. on four Fridays in May:

  • May 1
  • May 8
  • May 15
  • May 22

During each open market families may receive 30 to 40 pounds of food items free of charge, while supplies last. The market days are open to anyone in the community and supplies are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.

The May market days follow three market days held in the month of April. Overall, those market days provided food for more than 10,000 people.

"Hampton Elementary and Atlanta Community Food Bank have done a fantastic job recognizing and meeting the need of people who live in our community," said AMS Executive Vice President and General Manager Brandon Hutchison. "We're proud to work alongside them to help as many people as possible during these difficult times."

All items will be pre-bagged and placed in the backseat or trunk of vehicles of families who participate. All vehicles should enter via Atlanta Motor Speedway's main entrance off Highway 19/41.


Four market Days

Grading and Digital Learning Expectations 

Spanish Version
Vietnamese Version

Parents & Family Engagement Survey

parent survey


Free or Low Cost Computers

All of these companies listed below provide free or low-cost computers for families in need of assistance. 

Everyone On

(I really like this site) EveryoneOn is a non-profit organization that provides free or low-cost internet services and computers to low-income families. Simply click 'Find Offers" and click in the boxes that apply to you and your family. The website will then populate with all internet and pc offers. 

PCs for People

PCs for People is a national, nonprofit organization that has provided over 174,000 individuals with PCs by recycling donated computers.  While you can get a computer online, you will be required to provide a photo ID and eligibility document dated within last six months.

Computers With Causes

Computers with Causes offers free computers to families that meet their eligibility requirements.  This is a need-based program which requires you to complete a contact form and describe your need. 

The On It Foundation

On It Foundation provides donated computers at-risk youth and families in need. To qualify for a free computer, you must be a K-12 student in a public school and be on the free or reduced lunch program. In order to apply for the program, parents must submit a letter of request. This letter must explain their specific need and how the computer could benefit the child.

Komputers 4 R Kids

Komputers 4 R Kids provides refurbished computers for no and low cost to students and family with lower incomes. 

With Causes

With Causes offers reused and recycled computers for at-risk youth and families. 

Computer Technology Assistance Corps (CTAC)

The CTAC is a program dedicated to providing refurbished computers to needy individuals, including low-income families. Individuals and families may qualify for a free computer if they’re currently receiving some type of government assistance, like Medicaid or Medicare, food stamps, or cash assistance. If you don’t qualify for free assistance, you may still qualify for a low-priced computer, depending on your income.



Extended Learning Beyond Classroom                                

PBIS & Pep Rally February 2020                                            

Cap and Gown

GEORGIA PARENT SURVEY

The Georgia Parent Survey is also modeled after the student survey and contains 24 questions. Parents may complete the survey using their personal computer, smartphone, or tablet. For parents who do not have access to the Internet, school administrators should consider scheduling dates and times to allow parents to complete the Georgia Parent Survey at school. All parents should be encouraged to participate in the Georgia Parent Survey because the data will be used as part of the calculation of the School Climate Star Rating. Survey responses are anonymous, self-reported, and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. The Georgia Parent Survey is also available in Spanish. Parents may select the Spanish version within the survey. The Georgia Parent Survey link is posted below.
https://gshs.gadoe.org/parents

December Updates

december updates


Spanish Connections: Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration     


Spanish Connections Course celebrated the Hispanic Heritage Month with Morning News in Spanish and Food Fair Presentations. Take a look in the following video.


EDWA Monthly Updates                                        

Upcoming Events

No events available.

Welcome Back Principal Letter


Building Open For Students

Attending Parents/ Guardians;

Greetings. The following dates and times are scheduled for students to pick up any items left in their lockers and returned any textbooks.

Date

Time Building

Will Be Open

Student Group

Assigned to Report

Mon., June 22nd

9:30 – 12:00

7thGrade

Tues., June 23rd

9:30 – 12:00

8thGrade

Wed., June 24th

9:30 – 12:00

6thGrade


"Mental Health Awareness...There is help"

Suicide Prevention Life Line Link

Summer Virtual Learning

This summer, CCPS is continuing to engage students in learning by hosting SummerTIME Virtual Learning sessions. The purpose of these sessions will be to extend learning opportunities in order to address the learning loss of essential knowledge and skills during the school year. Also, the aim is to leverage technology to provide a flexible and innovative option for student learning. This affords students an opportunity to continue learning creatively in preparation for a great start to School Year 2020-2021. Students still interested in participating in any of the SummerT.I.M.E. Programs must complete an online application:

Virtual Summer School Student Registration - English 

https://forms.gle/sEqtYJ3FJ3pFLR5h8

Virtual Summer School Student Registration - Spanish

https://forms.gle/JpuXtP2F6kJQf5MdA

Virtual Summer School Student Registration - Vietnamese 

https://forms.gle/bYKhBK82YXmZECjS8

 

Teacher Appreciation Week (Memories 2019-20)



Digital Learning Weekly Schedule


Extended Learning Schedule

Parents and Families Webinar Support

parents and family webinar

Google Classroom Codes



Crisis Resources    



If you need assistance with identifying resources during school closure, please contact our School Social Worker, Thomas Carrenard at (770) 652-8031.

Crisis Resource

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​Black History Month Celebration

Congratulations to Our Administrative Staff                       

         Award

Thank you to CertainTEED and Ms. Jade Williams                                           

Thank you to CertainTEED and Ms. Jade Williams for your generous contributions. You truly make the difference for us, and we are extremely grateful!

Donors

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Red Ribbon Week October 23- 31st                                                                 

Red Ribbon Week

Homecoming Memories 2019                               

PBIS & P-Rally August 2019                              


Teachers VS Students Basketball Game Pep Rally & PBIS —-> Be... PRIDE... #Positive #Respectul #Intelligent #Determined #Excelling
 

Faculty and Administrators 2019-20

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