What is CA doing to keep students safe and educate them?
CA is committed to providing safe and health learning environments for students and staff. To name a few actions, we have increased custodial and maintenance services, purchased masks and infrared thermometers, increased sanitation methods, and updated policies and practices that will aid our organization in remaining up-to-date on guidelines issued by local and national health officials.
How is CA coordinating with other charter and independent schools, SLPS, the City of St. Louis and the State of Missouri?
What about summer school?
When and how will CA make a decision about Fall semester?
The Board of Directors adopted a 2020-21 school calendar. The calendar is available on our website. It is CA's intent to begin school on August 25. Should this date need to change due to recommendations made by health officials, we will notify all stakeholders.
What can my family do to prevent the spread of Covid-19?
If schools remain closed in the Fall, or CA employs a hybrid in-class/at-home model, what are parents expected to do?
What if I don't have reliable internet access?
Will the school lunch sites continue?
How can you make sure students are learning during at-home schooling?
CA is able to monitor the amount of time spent learning by students through our virtual learning platform. Teachers are in regular contact with students; data is recorded to account for students' attendance and participation.
How can I be sure my child is prepared for the next step in his/her education?
Parents are encouraged to remain in contact with their child's teacher and principal throughout the school year and during any school closure. Learning plans will be provided. Reading to your child at home and providing a work space for students to complete work is suggested.