April 3, 2020
Students to continue E-Learning until the end of the school year.
The State Superintendent for Public Instruction, Dr. Jennifer McCormick, alongside Governor Eric Holcomb, have announced that all Indiana schools will remain closed through the end of the school year, providing at least 20 more days of remote learning from April 2, 2020. You can read the press release here. This is difficult for us all and a great loss – for teachers who miss their students, students who miss their teachers, graduating seniors, and many others who are impacted. We are all here to support each other in this confusing time.
Those students who were on track to graduate, and who complete the remainder of remote E-learning, will be able to successfully graduate this year. All 9th-11th graders must still continue to earn credits through E-learning. Additional guidance will be directly communicated to all students and families soon.
While this is not the outcome any of us wanted, we support these safety measures and will continue to be here to serve our CASB/SASB families in every way possible. Thank you to our teachers and staff who have worked tirelessly to make this a seamless transition, to our students who have taken this in stride and continue to make us proud, and to our families for their teamwork and patience.
March 20, 2020
Schools Closed until May 1st by order of the Indiana Governor
We are grateful for your continued patience and involvement as we navigate through these unprecedented times for our school, our community, and our country.
Our primary focus at this time is to maintain the health and wellness of our students, families, and staff, while supporting continued learning. Please be advised that both Career and Success Academy will be closed until May 1st, 2020 by order of the Governor of Indiana. Read the official announcement here.
It is possible this date may be revised to extend through the end of the 2019-2020 school year if circumstances warrant. The Indiana Department of Education has canceled all state mandated assessments for this academic year. Read more about state testing here
As we receive up-to-date information, we will continue to keep you informed.
Superintendent of Schools
March 19, 2020
A message from the CASB/SASB SPED Department:
All Special Education programs and services will continue to be provided through our eLearning platforms during this time. Please reach out to your child’s Teacher of Record if you have any questions or need assistance. Additionally, questions may be directed to Sara Timm, Director of Special Education, at email@example.com. Know that we are all continuing to work as a team to support you and your child!
A message from the SASB Principal:
I can’t thank you all enough. All but 55 IPADS have been picked-up and we have seen so much success on day one of eLearning. If you are having any issues, please be sure to reach out to your child’s classroom teacher. Should you have technical issues please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and a representative of our Tech Team will be available for troubleshooting.
I want to thank our amazing teachers at Success Academy. I do believe we have the best staff and the best teachers here at Success and am so very proud of how they have tackled this difficult situation.
Please remember that we are still offering Grab and Go breakfast and lunches at Success Academy for ALL students under 18 every Tuesday and Thursday from 11-12. Enter Success Academy through Door B.
I want to remind parents how beneficial it is keeping your children on a consistent schedule. An idea might be waking up every day at 8:00. Having breakfast and free time from 8:00 – 9:00. Starting eLearning from 9:00 – 11:00. Breaking for lunch and free time from 11:00 – 12:00, and then finishing up eLearning from 12:00 – 1:30. You may find a different schedule works for your family which is perfectly fine.
Please know that we care deeply about our children and their families. Please be safe and stay healthy. I will continue to reach out throughout this extended elearning time.
March 17, 2020
E-Learning for SASB/CASB
E-Learning assignments will be posted for all classes by 9:00 am on MWF. We are not following traditional block scheduling during this time. Students will have every class during eLearning workdays. Teacher “office hours” will be from 9-3 on MWF, during which time they will be available to answer all questions. On Tuesday and Thursday there will be no new e-Learning assignments, giving students the opportunity to complete work from the previous day or prepare for the next day.
For any technical difficulties, please contact: email@example.com
A representative of our Tech Team will be available for troubleshooting.
Details will follow from the building Principal
Device and personal item pick up
The buildings will be OPEN from 9am-4pm on Tuesday, March 17, for students and/or guardians to pick up personal items or to check out a school device for the student’s use during school closure.
The buildings will be CLOSED at end of day Tuesday, March 17, and will not reopen during this closure. This is to comply with the CDC recommendations and to allow for deep cleaning and sanitization through every area of the buildings.
Do you have a question or tech issue?
We are still here for you!
There will be no office staff in the buildings during this closure, but we are still available for all questions and concerns. For any assistance you may need, please refer to the following:
For eLearning technical assistance: firstname.lastname@example.org
For general inquiries: email@example.com
For questions regarding individual assignments and student classwork, please contact the appropriate teacher directly through their email.
Food Service Continues
Grab and Go Lunches will be served at Success Academy for ALL students under 18 years.
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11-12.
Enter SASB through Door B.
A Message from the SASB School Principal:
Since we will have eLearning for an extended period of time, we are allowing parents to check out an IPAD and charger anytime Tuesday, March 17 from 9:00 – 4:00 should it be needed for eLearning. Simply come into Success Academy, go directly to your child’s grade level flex, sign the check-out form and leave with the IPAD and charger. This IPAD, charger and keyboard will need to be returned when school resumes and you, the parent, will be responsible for this device and charger. This is also a time when you can stop by the nurse’s office to pick up your child’s medicine if needed.
Class Dojo will be used by all teachers to distribute academic information and track attendance. Teachers will need to set up accounts with students. We will have the Dojo App on all our IPADS to make this process even easier. Should you be using your own device you can simply download Class Dojo or sign-in through Google, however, I strongly recommend students using our IPADS as the Apps are already on the IPAD
We will need to track attendance each day for eLearning. Teachers will be sending out a Class Dojo message each Monday, Wednesday and Friday by 9:00am each morning of eLearning days. Students will need to respond in order for the classroom teacher to track attendance.
Below is the eLearning schedule
Grab and go lunches will be provided for students at Success Academy from 11:00 – 12:00 Tuesdays and Thursdays. Students pick up is through door B.
A message from the CASB School Principals:
Parents and Guardians,
You received information about Career Academy’s decision to close school for the foreseeable future. We wanted to get information to you regarding how we plan to monitor eLearning assignments for students and staff.
New Assignments will be posted to Canvas from all of your students’ teachers by 9 am on the designated eLearning Days.
Attendance will be taken through Canvas as well. Students will take a quiz through their advisory class indicating their attendance. Please make sure students are doing this because follow up phone calls and emails will come out around noon.
eLearning Days will be on Monday’s, Wednesday’s, and Friday’s. We are not following the traditional block day schedule during this time. All classes will post assignments that are designed to be around 20 minutes per class. Students will complete all 8 classes each eLearning day.
Tuesday’s and Thursday’s will be student workdays to complete work from the previous day.
Please use the following links and emails to ask any questions:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Please refer to the March E-Learning calendar.
Assignments need to be completed before the next eLearning Day assignments are posted.
If a student has left a computer, computer charger, medicine, band instruments, etc. in the building, administrators will at CASB on Tuesday, March 17 from 9 to 4. After March 17, the building will be closed and inaccessible.
Grab and Go Lunches will be served at Success Academy between 11:00 and 12:00 on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s. Lunches can be picked up SASB at Door B.
March 12, 2020
As the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to spread throughout the United States, the Career and Success Academy has continued to monitor the situation through review of local, state, and national health agency reports. As expected, COVID-19 is now in Indiana and the Michiana area and has been identified in every bordering state. While there are currently no reported or suspected cases of COVID-19 within either school, we must continue to take precautions safeguarding the health of all members of the CASB/SASB community.
We, as a district, are enacting an extended school closure until at least April 10th. We will continue to assess the situation and determine when students are able to return. All sporting events, extracurricular activities or any other school-related functions are also canceled.
This closure begins Monday, March 16, with the eLearning day as previously scheduled. During this extended closure, students will not attend school but will complete their eLearning assignments from home. Information regarding eLearning schedule, requirements, and technology will be forthcoming from the school principals.
We understand the difficulty this causes for our families and will continue to work together to protect and serve our students. As a community, we all share the responsibility of keeping our school district safe and healthy. We will continue to provide additional information as questions arise. The latest information can be found at https://careeracademysb.com/safety/
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