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1 Aurora Public Schools APS Online High School Student Handbook Website: Phone: (303) Fax: (303) Attendance Line: (303) This document is dynamic and subject to change. The current version is always available on the website or can be picked up in the office. A P S O N L I N E Page 1

2 Aurora Public Schools Mission Statement District Mission Statement To teach every student within a safe environment the knowledge, skills and values necessary to enter college or careers and become contributing members of society who flourish in a diverse, dynamic world. VISION Graduate every student with the choice to attend college without remediation. District Core Values RESPECT INTEGRITY COMPASSION DIVERSITY EXCELLENCE Each person has equal, intrinsic worth, and deserves to be treated with dignity and respect Integrity is based on trust, honesty, and accepting accountability for all words and actions. Every individual should be willing to give time and energy to act in the best interests of others. By honoring unique characteristics and embracing similarities, diversity strengthens and enriches our school district and community High achievement requires high expectations focused on challenging instruction and a willingness to work hard for success APS Online Core Values Respect, Integrity, Success, & Excellence A P S O N L I N E Page 2

3 What Does R.I.S.E. Mean To You? RESPECT: Be open-minded to others ideas/thoughts. Show regard, appreciation, and honor in all you do Integrity: Complete YOUR OWN work! Do what you say you are going to do. FOLLOW THROUGH! SUCCESS: Timely course/coursework completion. YOU are responsible for YOUR OWN actions. EXCELLENCE: Become a LEADER inside and outside of the classroom. Have a Vision! VISION is the art of seeing what is invisible to others. -Jonathan Swift A P S O N L I N E Page 3

4 APS Online High School Central Campus Location APS Online High School Main Office/ Records and Enrollment Facility Located at Aurora Central High School: Private entrance E. 11 th Ave. Aurora, Co Phone: (303) Fax: (303) Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 7:30am to 2:30pm Wednesday: 10:00am to 2:30pm APS Online Classroom Students must have a parking pass. Students may park in the North East Parking lot at Central High School or on Paris Street which is located south of the School. A P S O N L I N E Page 4

5 -APS Online High School Gateway Campus Location APS Online High School- Gateway Campus Located at Gateway High School: Private entrance 1300 S. Sable Blvd Aurora, Co Phone: (303) Fax: (303) Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8:00am to 2:30pm Wednesday: 10:00am to 2:30pm Students must have a parking pass and are allowed to park on the East side of Gateway High School. *** All school days for In-class attendance are set in accordance with the Aurora Public Schools Conventional Calendar. In the event that school will be cancelled due to weather, special circumstances, or Staff Professional Development Meetings outside the Campus Sites, students and parents will be notified of class cancellation. A P S O N L I N E Page 5

6 August: 2 nd APS Back to School Kick Off 8:30-11:00 AM 4 th Back to School Night 6:00-8:30 PM 5 th 9/10 grade Orientation 8:00-11:00 AM 5 th 11 grade Orientation 12:00-2:30 PM 6 th 12 grade Orientation 8:00-11:00 AM 6 th RISE Orientation 12:00-2:30 PM 6 th - 15 th Senior Credit Checks with Counselor 7 th - 8 th Community Building 8:00-12:00 PM 7 th - 8 th Parent Orientation 6:30-8:00 PM 12 th Open House 6:30 8:30 PM September: 1 st No School Labor Day 4 th Progress Reports 9 th Open House 6:30-8:30 PM 11 th Club 22 2:30-3:00 PM 13 th Saturday School 8:30-11:30 AM 18 th Parent Teacher Conf. 6:30-8:00PM (face to face) 19 th Parent Teacher Conf. 6:30-8:00PM (virtual) 23 rd Open House 6:30-8:30 PM 27 th Saturday School 8:30-11:30 AM October: 1 st Mandatory School Attendance 8 th Picture Day 8 th 1 St QTR Awards 2:00-2:30 PM 9 th 1 st QTR ENDS 9 th Club 22 2:30-3:00 PM 10 th No School Teacher Workday 13 th - 24 th ASPIRE Testing 9 th Grade 15 th Honor Roll Breakfast 8:00-9:00 AM 27 th - 30 th No School FALL RECESS November: 3 RD - 21 ST CMAS Testing 12 th grade 6 th Progress Reports 8 th Saturday School 8:30-11:30 AM 13 th Parent Teacher Conference by Appt. 13 th Club 22 2:30-3:00 PM 22 nd Saturday School 8:30-11:30 AM 25 th Fall Celebration 1:30-2:30 PM 26 th 28 th Thanksgiving Recess STUDENT CALENDAR December : 1 st - 12 th Senior Credit Checks with Counselor 6 th Saturday School 8:30-11:30 AM 11 th Club 22 2:30-3:00 PM 17 th Honor Roll Breakfast 8:00 9:00 AM 17 th 2 nd QTR Awards 2:00-2:30 PM 18 th QTR 2 ENDS 19 th No School Teacher Work Day 22 nd - 31 st Winter Recess January: 1 st - 2 nd Winter Recess 8th Club 22 2:30-3:00 PM 12 th - 13 th WIDA/Access Testing 15 th - 16 th WIDA/ACESS Testing 19 th No School Martin Luther King 24th Saturday School 8:30-11:30 AM 27 th Open House 6:30-8:30 PM 29 th Progress Reports February: 4 th Parent Teacher Face to Face Conference 6:30-8:00 PM 5 th Parent Teacher Virtual Conf. 6:30-8:00 PM 12 th Club 22 2:30-3:00 PM 16 th No School President s Day 21 st Saturday School 8:30-11:30 AM 23 rd - 27 th Senior Credit Checks with Counselor 24 th Open House 6:30 8:30 PM March: 3 rd - 12 th Junior Credit Checks with Counselor 7 th Saturday School 8:30-11:30 AM 11 th QTR 3 Awards 2:00-2:30 PM 12 th 3 rd QTR ENDS 12 th Club 22 2:30-3:00 PM 13 th No School Teacher Workday 16 th - 20 th PARCC Testing for 9 th, 10 th & 11 th 18 th Honor Roll Breakfast 8:00 9:00 23 rd 27 th SPRING RECESS 30 th PARCC make up test 31 st Open House 6:30 8:30 PM April: 1 st 2 nd PARCC Make Up Test A P S O N L I N E Page 6

7 April cont. 6 th Early Registration 9 th & 10 th Grade10:00-12:00 PM 7 th RISE Early Registration 10:00-12:00 PM 8 th Early Registration Make up 10:00-12:00 PM 9 th Early Registration 11 th Grade 10:00-12:00 PM 9 th Club 22 2:30-3:00 PM 10 th Early Registration 12 th Grade 10:00-12:00 PM 11 th Saturday School 8:30-11:30 AM 16 th Progress Reports 13 th - 17 th 5 th Block Registration 25 th Saturday School 8:30-11:30 AM 28 th ACT Testing 11 th Grade May: 4 th - 7 th PARCC 2 Testing 7 th Club 22 2:30-3:00 PM 8 th 7:30-10:00 AM Senior Check out 8 th Senior Grades due by 12:00 PM 9 th Saturday School 8:30-11:30 AM 12 th ACT make up 13 th Awards Night 6:30-8:00 PM 13 th - 15 th PARCC Make Up Exams 14 th Graduation Practice 14 th Graduation 6:30-8:00 PM 20 th QTR 4 ENDS 20 th QTR 4 Honor Roll Breakfast 8:00-9:00 AM 20 th QTR 4 Awards Ceremony 2:00-2:30 PM 26 th Beginning of 5 th Block June: 25 5 th Block ends A P S O N L I N E Page 7

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10 A Letter from the Principal School Year Dear Students and Parents, On behalf of the entire high school staff we would like to welcome you to APS Online High School. We are excited and honored that you have selected our school to continue your high school education. APS Online High School is committed to accommodating the unique needs of high school students in a Blended Educational Environment. We believe and promote a school model of high quality instruction, community involvement, and interaction. Students who attend our school will experience the following: Quality instruction from highly qualified content specific teachers. Countless opportunities for students to interact academically and socially with their peers and teachers. Virtual and in person interactions that offer direct academic support and motivate students to remain engaged and committed to their high school education. A talented staff of open, friendly and devoted people committed to helping all students graduate with the option of attending college without remediation. Accountability. We will hold your student accountable for attendance and engagement and expect you to hold us accountable for high quality education. Choosing an online platform of education is a brilliant choice. Technology has changed our world; we have the ability to communicate and learn in a different way. I believe strongly that choosing to learn online will provide you with valuable skills and abilities you will use often in your future endeavors. We encourage you to take the time to read this handbook. If you have any questions regarding the material please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank You for choosing APS Online High School! Wendy Doran Principal APS Online High School A P S O N L I N E Page 10

11 APS Online High School Staff Name Position Phone District Number Wendy Doran APS Online Principal Karen Guyer APS Online Principal Secretary Erik Bailey Online Instruction/Site Supervisor Cindy Snyder APS Online Clerk/Attendance Secretary Jamarr Kerney Engagement Specialist David Brysh Counselor Susan Elliott Math Instructor/Teacher Partner Thayer Horton Spanish Instructor Shoshauna Jacquart Math Instructor Jennifer Lutchi Special Education Coordinator Social Studies Instructor Jason Roth Science Instructor Brittany Scritchfield English and Social Studies Instructor Larisa Stratton English Instructor Dianna Simons Math and Science Instructor Cameron Trainor English and Social Studies Instructor A P S O N L I N E Page 11

12 ENROLLMENT All parents and prospective students wishing to enroll in APS Online High School are required to complete the online application at: After submitting the application, call the main APS Online telephone number at (303) to schedule an admissions appointment and process documents. Documents Required for Admissions, Enrollment, and Registration Each student wishing to enroll must complete the appropriate registration forms. Students must also provide a copy of the following; 1. Student Contact Information Sheet 2. Code of Conduct 3. Attendance Policy and Contract 4. Acknowledgment APS Online High School Student Handbook 5. Affidavit of State Residency 6. Alternative Education Campus Verification Form 7. Special Services Questionnaire 8. APS Central Admission Registration Packet (if new to APS) 9. Media Release Form 10. Internet Responsible Use Agreement 11. Home Language Survey ***Students who have previously received special services must provide a copy of their Individual Education Plan (IEP) or 504 plan and schedule a consultation meeting with the APS Online Special Education Consultant before admission and enrollment to APS Online High School will be granted. The fact that a student is referred to APS Online by a school site counselor does not guarantee acceptance or enrollment to APS Online High School. Probationary Status Students with poor discipline and/or excessive absences at their previous school of enrollment or during the school year at APS Online High School may be placed on probation. The probationary requirements shall be determined on a case-by-case basis by the administration. Students wishing to re-enroll at APS Online High School after having been withdrawn due to non-compliance of any type (such as lack of attendance/progress, lack of communication with staff or non-engagement) must seek and obtain approval for re-enrollment by APS Online High School administration. As per Section of the Colorado Revised Statutes, students may be denied admission based on grounds set forth in statute. A P S O N L I N E Page 12

13 Students Referred for enrollment as a Result of a Disciplinary Hearing Admission and enrollment of a student referred to APS Online High School as the result of a disciplinary hearing is at the discretion of the APS Online Principal and/or the APS Online Campus site supervisor. If enrollment is approved, the Principal may grant or deny access to either APS Online High School campus. Students Receiving Special Services Students who are receiving special education services may enroll at APS Online only if APS Online can provide the educational services recommended or required pursuant to an Individual Education Plan (IEP). APS Online High School program is not appropriate for all special education students. Section 504 Accommodations Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE): The Aurora Public Schools provides a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) to all students with disabilities who attend the Aurora Public Schools, aged 3 through 21 at no cost to the student or their family. In addition, the Aurora Public Schools is responsible for the payment of services for those students with disabilities who receive their services from another administrative unit or facility, but live within the boundaries of the Aurora Public Schools. This means that special education and related services are provided at public expense, under public supervision and direction, and without charge. These services meet the standards of the State; and include preschool, elementary, and secondary school education, and are provided in conformity with an IEP. This also includes students with disabilities that have been suspended or expelled from school. The District identifies, locates, and evaluates students that have a suspected disability residing in the Aurora Public Schools attendance area. At no cost means that all specially designed instruction is provided without charge, but does not preclude incidental fees that are normally charged to non-disabled students or their parents as a part of the general education program. FAPE must be based on the student's unique needs and not on the student s disability. Transfers within the Aurora Public School District Students enrolling in APS Online will be encouraged to enroll at the beginning or ending of an academic quarter, however APS Online will accept applications and enroll students on a limited basis throughout an academic quarter. Students transferring from APS Online to another Aurora Public Schools High School should do so at academic quarter breaks. Subsequent Continuation of Student Enrollment Students will be re-enrolled for the subsequent academic quarters based on periodic evaluation of progress and behavior. A P S O N L I N E Page 13

14 Summer School Enrollment The Aurora Public Schools District offers summer school to all students. APS Online will announce the summer school schedule in early May of All students currently enrolled with APS Online that are in good academic standing and have continuously met the minimum requirements for acceptable attendance throughout the previous academic year will be eligible for Summer School Enrollment. Withdrawal from APS Online Students who intend to withdraw from APS Online must do so formally. If the student is under the age of 18, a parent/guardian must complete the withdrawal process with APS Online High School registrar. Students who have attained the age of 18 may legally complete this process without a parent or guardian. Communication via is an important communication platform for the APS Online High School teachers, administration, students, and parents. All Virtual Academy students and their parents/guardians are expected to have active accounts. In addition, students are expected to check their daily and parents should check several times a week. Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences APS Online High School will offer Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences twice a year, occurring once in the fall and again in the spring, or by appointment at a Parent s Request. Parents are encouraged to check their child s attendance and progress regularly. In addition, they can browse through their student s courses as well as view recorded Virtual Classroom Sessions. Parents should feel free to contact their child s teachers and school administration on a regular basis to discuss their education. Pre-Arranged Absences Any absence not specifically covered by another section, such as family vacations, college visits, or other extended absence, must complete a prearranged absence form in order to be excused. This form must be submitted at least three days prior to the scheduled absence. In order for the absence to be excused, the student must meet one or more of the following conditions: 1) is in good academic standing; 2) has no unexcused absences; or, 3) has four or fewer excused absences in a semester or seven or fewer in a school year. Pre-Arranged Absence forms can be found on the school s website under the Parent and Student tab. Students needing medical or maternity leave: Please contact your school counselor to discuss the Maternity Leave Policy A P S O N L I N E Page 14

15 APS Online Attendance Policy and Contract Philosophy: Students who desire to obtain the greatest benefit from public education must recognize that regular attendance is essential. Compulsory Attendance Law & Article IX, Section 2: Students under the age of 17 are required by state law to attend school. Administrators will request hearings and court dates for those students who have excessive absences (10 or more days of unexcused absences). APS Online follows truancy procedures diligently. Attendance Expectations APS Online expects regular attendance, both virtually and physically, which are major contributors to success in school and a critical component to life-long learning and career preparation. All students are required to demonstrate attendance Monday through Friday before 12:00 PM BY LOGGING INTO EACH VIRTUAL COURSE YOU HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED. A demonstration of virtual attendance after 12:00 PM will be counted for the following day. Key behaviors for success at APS Online: 1. Daily LOG IN to all classes and Counseling Section. The date and time indicated through Last Course Access within Schoology or Edgenuity. When you log in to a class, a digital stamp is reported to the teacher. 2. ALL FULL-TIME STUDENTS MUST attend two physical sessions at one of the APS Online Campus for a minimum of three hours per session. In order to get your three hours in you must arrive no later than 11:30 AM at one of the labs. One session will be assigned by the school, the other mandatory physical attendance session is open to a choice of days and time by the student and parent. The following are the assignments for physical attendance days by class: a. Monday All 9 th and 10 th grade students b. Tuesday All RISE students c. Thursday All 11 th grade students d. Friday All 12 th grade students 3. If you do not attend your physical sessions, you will be considered Truant. The truancy process will begin, if deemed habitual the student may risk losing enrollment or be a candidate to be transferred to a traditional school. 4. IMPORTANT: Students who are NOT being academically successful (One or more F s) can have physical attendance days increased and be required to attend Phoenix Progress Camp. 5. FULL VIRTUAL POLICY: After the first 6-weeks of school, students who establish a record of academic success, in ALL classes (3.0 or higher) can apply with the Counselor to be a FULL VIRTUAL STUDENT at APS Online. Once a contract has been signed with the Counselor, weekly physical attendance is no longer required. However, you are still required to attend individual mandatory days on the calendar. If the student s Academic Status changes in any way, Full Virtual Status can be revoked at any time. A P S O N L I N E Page 15

16 TO BE IN COMPLIANCE AND GOOD STANDING AT APS Online: You must log into every class, every weekday before 12:00 PM. Check messages and updates from teachers in all classes including the Counseling Class. Commit hours a week in school work. Course work can occur any time by your choice schedule. The hours is not optional or flexible. The time of day you work is flexible. Check and Schoology messages 3 to 5 times a day and respond to all communication quickly from anyone on a daily basis. Stay current on all assignments and do not ever fall more than 1 week behind on due dates. Teachers mark student attendance and enter attendance into Infinite Campus at 12:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Daily attendance marks can be viewed in Parent Portal. APS Online will communicate unexcused absences via phone and . IT IS A REQUIREMENT for Parents to call in ALL Absences to the APS Online Attendance Line at The school must be notified of the absence no later than 24 hours following the beginning of the absence. If the school does not receive the notification within this period of time, the school can consider the absence unexcused. The following shall be considered excused absences: A student who is temporarily ill or injured or whose absence is approved by the school administration on a prearranged basis. A student who is absent for an extended period due to physical, mental, or emotional disability. Excused absences include funerals, illness, injury, legal obligations, medical procedures and religious observations, and extenuating circumstances determined by the Principal. The district may require suitable proof regarding the above exceptions, including written statements from medical sources. The maximum number of unexcused absences a student may incur before judicial proceedings are initiated to enforce compulsory attendance is four days in one month or 10 days in one year. Students who are 18 years of age or older could petition the Principal to call themselves in as absent. The student shall meet with the Principal and work out an agreement. I have read and will comply with the APS Online attendance policy, Parent/Guardian Date Student *Attendance Policy subject to change Date A P S O N L I N E Page 16

17 CURRICULUM, COURSE STRUCTURE, AND STUDENT PROGRESS APS Online High School uses the curriculum aligned to and approved for the Aurora Public Schools District. Parents seeking to provide the best possible education for their children often enrich the curriculum with extra activities, family trips, or extracurricular events. Time spent for these academic enhancements may be counted as attendance as long as students are working on course or content related work. It is important that plans for additional activities and curricula be discussed ahead of time with the student s assigned teacher(s) so as not to interfere with required curricular objectives. It is also important to note that additional activities and curriculum do not replace completion of the student s lessons or alter the Aurora Public Schools Graduation Requirements as set forth by the Aurora Public Schools Board of Education. Many of the core courses offered at APS Online are four quarter courses, intended to be completed over the period of a standard academic year. Students may work more quickly but must maintain the minimum established pace as indicated in the APS Online Attendance Policy and Contract. Normal Class Load For a student to remain on track and on time in their enrollment in Aurora Public Schools a student must maintain and earn the minimum credit load within the calendar time of a school year. The normal class load for a student in Aurora Public School is 3.0 credits per semester. The minimum number of credits a student should earn per school year is 6.0 credits. In Aurora Public School most classes are worth.25 credits. Grade Level Classification Policy A student s grade level classification is determined by the student s biological age. However, a student must earn 22 credits by the age of 21 to receive an Aurora Public Schools High School Diploma. Students in danger of not completing the required 22 credits by the age of 21 will be offered the opportunity to participate in G.E.D. preparation course work through APS Online High School. ***High school transcripts will be required and evaluated to determine courses and credit necessary for graduation if a student was previously enrolled in a high school in another school district. Grade Point Average (GPA) Grades in all classes will be calculated on a 4.0 scale. There are weighted grades for courses offered at APS Online. Each teacher is able to customize any course to offer honor level credits. The student/parent will need to initiate contact with the teacher. Transcripts and Grade Reporting APS Online will issue progress reports quarterly at student/parent conference. Student transcripts are updated upon the completion of each course. Transcripts will be available for students and parent/guardians upon request. Please allow a minimum of 48 hours to receive a transcript. A transcript will be provided once all fines and fees have been paid. The first transcript is free. A P S O N L I N E Page 17

18 Policy on Repeated Courses: APS Online High School It is important that students who fail a course have the opportunity to make up the course to get back on track and earn a high school diploma. Students can make up credit by repeating the entire course during the school year, during an intensive 5 th block summer school offering or through targeted credit recovery in the R.I.S.E. Program at APS Online High School. Grades previously recorded for the course the student is making up will not be changed; the Failing grade will remain on the transcript and count in G.P.A. calculations. APS Online will identify all repeated courses by using the course code beginning with OCR (Online Credit Recovery). The student will receive a grade and credit, as dictated by the district policy and Course Planning Guide. A new entry will be placed on the transcript in the quarter the course or targeted credit recovery was completed. The R.I.S.E program at APS Online provides targeted, intensive instruction in the student s identified deficiency areas of a course. To award credit through targeted credit recovery, the delivery and knowledge displays of content and standards must align with applicable Course Content Standards, the approved District Course Syllabi, the Colorado Academic Standards and the APS Pacing Guides. All courses being awarded credit are under the direction and supervision of a highly qualified teacher certified in the subject area in which the student is making up that credit. The Highly Qualified Teachers will hold regular face-to-face meetings and have daily progress monitoring time with the students repeating courses or participating in credit recovery opportunities. To receive credit, students must display knowledge in each standard addressed in the course curriculum. No Content will ever be skipped for any reason. APS Online Academic Integrity Policy Plagiarism Defined: Plagiarism is defined as presenting or reproducing someone else s words and ideas as one s own. Plagiarism includes but is not limited to: Paraphrasing the words, ideas, opinions, or theories of others, whether oral or written; Using another person s ideas, opinions, theories, or actual words; Borrowing facts, statistics, or illustrative material; or Offering materials assembled or collected by others in the form of projects or collections without acknowledgment. Guidelines and Expectations: Any material taken from another source must be acknowledged according to MLA citation format, unless the information is common knowledge. Other sources may include but not limited to: A P S O N L I N E Page 18

19 Web, Media; Books, periodicals, printed media; Personal interviews and correspondence. Lack of academic integrity, academic misconduct and cheating involves submitting and assignment or assessment that is not you own, which includes: Copying someone else s work; Allowing someone else to copy your work; Having someone else complete your work for you; Using unauthorized materials to help you complete your work; Accessing social media sites on the internet to help you complete your work. Disciplinary procedure When instance of plagiarism or cheating is detected and verified, instructor will: Complete and file a report to administration Contact student and parent with the incident report via and phone Notify school administrator and counselor about plagiarism instance Provide student with the option to redo plagiarized work correctly Coach student on note taking, writing original conclusions on utilized material, formatting MLA citations strategies Disciplinary Action Academic Integrity Violation Disciplinary action First Contact student and parent with the incident report via and phone Provide student with the option to redo plagiarized work correctly Coach student on note taking, writing original conclusions on utilized material, formatting MLA citations strategies Second Complete and file incident report form Contact student and parent with the incident report via and phone School administrator (counselor) and parent conference regarding plagiarism instance A P S O N L I N E Page 19

20 Consequent Complete and file incident report form Contact student and parent with the incident report via and phone School administrator (counselor) and parent conference regarding plagiarism instance. Suspension Board Policy will direct severity of consequence: Short-term Long Term Suspension When a student has reached the subsequent occurrence of plagiarism the student and parent will have 48 hours to respond to written and phone communication from instructor regarding the required conference with student, parent and administrator. *The District Code of Conduct and Board Policy will guide the disciplinary actions of Academic Dishonesty. Please refer to Conduct Code: Graduation Requirements The Aurora Public Schools Board of Education sets graduation requirements. Please refer to the Aurora Public Schools website at: for a detailed list of graduation requirements. Early Graduation A student completing graduation requirements at mid-year must notify the APS Online School Registrar regarding plans for continued class enrollment. Diplomas are only ordered once a year. Students completing graduation requirements at mid-year are strongly encouraged to participate in the spring commencement ceremonies. Diplomas are officially awarded only at the end of the school year. Assessments and Standardized Testing All APS Online High School students will be assessed on progress towards learning benchmarks and state standards using various standardized assessment tools. Assessments and grading standards are applied consistently to all students. Assessments include course lesson assessments, unit and semester assessments, and standardized assessments determined by the Aurora Public School District. It is important to understand that students are expected to complete all assessments unassisted in order to insure that the student s ability and knowledge is accurately assessed. A P S O N L I N E Page 20

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