9th-12th Grade Students Motto: Education Built Around You

9th-12th Grade Students Motto: Education Built Around You

9th-12th Grade Students Motto: Education Built Around You Contact Information Business Site1130 E. Albert St. Lima, OH 45804 Tutoring Site1045 Dearbaugh Ave. Ste. 2 Wapakoneta, OH 45895 Phone: 419-738-4572 Fax: 419-738-4591 Tutoring HoursTuesday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Wednesday: 12:30 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Office HoursMonday-Friday 8:00 a.m.4:00 p.m. Onsite StaffMrs. Jen Korte- Director of Educational Options [email protected] Online StaffELA Mr. David Ames Online Staff cont.PE/Health Mr. Alan Vanderink [email protected] [email protected] Mrs. Tracy Stockwell Fine Arts

Mrs. Connie Lutz [email protected] [email protected] Math Mrs. Becky Dock Miss Amy Droesch- Mathematics Teacher [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Miss Amy Droesch Mr. Bob Sheets- Science Teacher [email protected] Foreign Language Mrs. Elaine Holt Mrs. Carrie Cubberley- Dean of Students [email protected] Mrs. Patricia Houseworth- Intervention Specialist [email protected] Mr. Bill Evans- Intervention Specialist [email protected]

Mr. Nick Frankenhauser- ELA Teacher [email protected] Mrs. Deb Kraft- Secretary [email protected] Mrs. Lisa Howell- Secretary [email protected] Mr. Eric Brenner- Technology Coordinator [email protected] Science Mrs. Erin Reese [email protected] Mr. Richard Sherrick [email protected] Mrs. Michelle Garlock [email protected] [email protected] Mr. Bob Sheets Mr. Chris Shulby bsheet[email protected] [email protected] Social Studies

Mr. Jason Robinson Intervention Specialist Mrs. Michelle Allison [email protected] [email protected] Mrs. Amy Trammell Mrs. Brittany Byrne [email protected] [email protected] Miss Brea Quellhorst Mrs. Dee Monnin [email protected] [email protected] 9th-12th Grade 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 take their four core classes during the first three nine weeks. During the fourth nine weeks they will be enrolled in all elective courses. At the end of the school year your child should earn a total of six credits. If your child comes to us and only needs certain courses we will work with you, so they can finish as soon as the courses are complete. If the coursework 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, minilessons, and parent-teacher conferences (once a year, or per teacher or parent request). Parents need to be very active in their childs education, so they are successful. Please make sure you are in constant communication with your childs teacher and ACE office staff, as we want to make this experience the best theyve 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 didnt 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 HoursWednesday & Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.-2:30 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. Miss Amy Droesch- 9th grade mentor Mr. Bob Sheets- 10th grade mentor Mr. Bill Evans- 11th grade mentor Mr. Nick Frankenhauser- 12th grade 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 TestingStudents who entered ninth grade for the first time before the 20142015 school year and those who repeated ninth grade in 2014-2015 school year. Pass all 5 sections of the OGTs (Reading, Writing, Math, Science, & Social Studies) Students who entered ninth grade

for the first time in the 2014-2015 school. Pass the 7 EOC exams: ELA 9, ELA 10, Algebra 1, Geometry, Physical Science (10th grade only), Biology, American History, & American Government 9th-12th Schedule Freshmen- 0-5 Credits 1st-3rd nine weeks ELA 9 Algebra 1 Physical Science American History Connections Sophomore- 5.1-10 Credits 1st-3rd nine weeks ELA 10 Geometry World History Biology Connections 4th nine weeks Physical Education Health General Art Music Appreciation

Total =6 credits 4th nine weeks Elective Elective Elective Elective Total =6 credits Juniors: 10.1-15 Credits 1st-3rd nine weeks ELA 11 Algebra 2 US Government Economics Chemistry/Earth & Space Science Connections th 4 nine weeks Elective Elective Elective Elective Total =6 credits Seniors: 15.1-20 Credits 1st-3rd nine weeks ELA 12 4th Year Math SS Elective

Personal Finance SS Elective Connections 4th nine weeks Elective Total =4 credits Graduation Requirements: ELA- 4 credits Mathematics- 4 credits Science- 3 credits Social Studies- 3 credits (1/2 economics & 1/2 personal finance) American History- credit US Government- credit Physical Education- credit Health- credit Fine Arts Elective- 2 half credits, or 1 whole credit Electives- 5 credits

Graduation= 20 credits and passing of state required assessments Academic Programs: Schoology Course Management System Login: www.schoology.com Username: enter what was given to you only Password: enter only what was given to you School: ACE Academy (Wapakoneta, OH 377876) 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. You go here before going to any other programs, as your classes that set in Schoology. These were created by your teacher and will direct you to where you need to be in order to complete the specific coursework for the week. Academic Programs: Compass Learning: Software Program- interactive and engaging lessons, and new revised standards based subjects for grades K-12 Website: http://compass.aceva.org 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 Program: Google Drive: Cloud storage service Website: www.docs.aceva.org Login: Email 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. You will use this program often to complete course assignments, assessments, group work, etc. If you borrowed an ACE Academy computer you will not be able to save documents to the hard drive. There is a deep freeze on your computers, which will not allow this. You will need to create and save all work in Google Drive. 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 that will allow you to join the meeting.

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