The Instructional Continuity Plan is a contingency plan. In response to the guidance and recommendations of local emergency health officials, the Center of Disease Control, and the Florida Department of Education stemming from the escalating concerns of the coronavirus (COVID-19), Charlotte County Public Schools have temporarily closed and shifted to district-wide online learning.
This Agreement ensures that an item(s) borrowed from the Charlotte County Public Schools (the �District�) will be used, maintained and returned by the borrower named below, regardless if the individual moves to another location. By signing this form, the borrower accepts responsibility to use, maintain and return the specified item(s) per the Code of Student Conduct and District Policies 5513 and 7530. References: http://www.neola.com/charlotte-fl/, select 5513 and 7530.
Este acuerdo asegura que el / los art�culo(s) tomados en son de pr�stamo de las Escuelas P�blicas del Condado de Charlotte (el "Distrito") ser�(n) utilizado, mantenido(s) y ser�(n) devuelto(s) por el prestatario nombrado abajo, aun si el individuo se muda para otra localidad. Al firmar esta forma, el prestatario acepta la responsabilidad de utilizar, mantener y regresar el / los art�culo(s) seg�n especificado en el C�digo de Conducta Estudiantil y las Pol�ticas del Distrito 5513 y 7530. Referencia: http://www.yourcharlotteschools.net , seleccione 5513 y 7530.
Kontra sa-a asire ke atik sa (yo) prete nan men Charlotte County Public Schools ("Distri a") gen pou itilize, kenbe epi voye l tounen pa non moun ki site anba a, Menm si moun nan ale yon l�t kote. L� ou siyen f�m sa a, prete a aksepte responsablite pou s�vi li, kenbe epi retounen atik la (yo) ki espesifye pou chak K�d Konduit El�v e R�gleman Distri 5513 ak 7530. Referans: http://www.neola.com/charlotte-fl/, chwazi 5513 ak 7530.
Accommodations for Students with IEP's and 504 plans
REPORTING SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITIES OR THREATS: Students, parents, CCPS employees, and members of the community have a responsibility to report suspicious activities and potential threats to schools. Any suspicious activity or threat shall be promptly reported to one of the following individuals, agencies or reporting tools: � School Resource Officer or local law enforcement agencies. � School Administrator or any available staff member. � The FortifyFL Reporting APP or to the Crimestoppers Tipline (1-800-780-TIPS). � Contacting the Supervisor of District Security and Emergency Management at (941) 255-0808 � Calling 9-1-1. Please click on this link for more information on the FortifyFL App.
This link will take you to NAE's Title 1 information. Please note that our Achievement Family Associate is Christina Smith. Mrs. Smith can be found in the Family Reading and Resource Center or by calling 941-255-7450, ext. 303. This center is open Tuesdays and Thursday at 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. and at 3:10 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Florida's School Public Accountability Reports have been generated to comply with federal legislation that requires annual report cards on the educational progress of schools, school districts, and the state. This report meets public reporting requirements and provides certain additional information of interest on the status of Florida's schools. To View NAE's SPAR Report, click on the link above.
* This list is a compilation of websites that teachers have recommended to parents to increase learning and practice of skills at home. Some websites/resources are not available for all students at all schools. There is also a cost to subscribe to some websites.