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Edmonds eLearning Academy Graduation

The commencement ceremony will be live streamed here starting at 4:45 p.m. Friday, June 18, 2021.


Live streaming for all Edmonds School District 2021 commencement celebrations is provided by the Mountlake Terrace High School CTE Communication Club, Hawk Broadcasting Network (HBN). All events will also be available for later viewing on the Hawk Tv YouTube Channel. 


June 15, 2021:

To join our informational webinar tonight at 6:00pm, please click the zoom link below. If you have any questions or are having trouble accessing the link, please email Katie Coffman, our office manager.

When: Jun 15, 2021 06:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Edmonds eLearning Academy Information

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
https://edmondsschools.zoom.us/s/89489062988
Or join webinar with the following methods
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Phone one-tap: US: +12532158782,,89489062988# or +13462487799,,89489062988#
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Dial:
US : +1 253 215 8782 or +1 346 248 7799 or +1 669 900 6833 or +1 312 626 6799 or +1 646 876 9923 or +1 301 715 8592
Webinar ID: 894 8906 2988
Passcode: 138206
International numbers





February 19, 2021
Intra-district CTE Courses (10th-12th Grade)

Edmonds School District has launched information for the 2021/2022 CTE Intra-district program. If you are interested in a career in applied engineering & manufacturing, Architecture/CAD, automotive technology, carpentry, or healthcare professions, please take a look at the CTE program information: click here.

To apply, please fill out the google form: CTE Intra-district Class Application. The completed form will be sent to your counselor so they can coordinate with you to confirm registration.

If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call!

February 12, 2021

Letter from the Principal
Hello EeLA students and families, 

What a whirlwind school year this has been so far! I cannot believe that we are already halfway through our second trimester! I am so proud of all of the work that our students have completed so far this year. We know that you are working hard to not only complete your school work but also navigate the current challenges that come with this pandemic and we see the effort you are putting in. While we have many celebrations, we also understand that the first half of this year has been a challenge and not all students passed classes as planned. If you ended up not passing a course, you received an NC mark for your grade, instead of an F. We know this is distressing for many and we want to share the options that we have to recover these credits. I think these options are very good news for our students and will support many of them to make up their missing credits more quickly and hopefully reduce some of the stress.  

New this year, we have the option to backfill an “NC” or “I” grade from either the spring of last year or the first half of this school year (courses taken during remote learning). This option allows us to use the grade given in the next course in the series or the next grade level for both courses. For example, you received an “I” in English 10 semester 2, when you take and pass the next class in the series, English 11 semester 1, you will receive the same grade in English 10 semester 2. Or a student could take Algebra 1 Semester 2 and pass, and it can backfill for an “NC” in Algebra 1 Semester 1. The same grade will be given for both courses and the “NC” or “I” will be removed from the transcript. 

We also have the option to allow for teacher-created plans to be used to complete missing work from the course or demonstrate the knowledge needed to receive a passing grade. This option will need to be worked out with the teacher on an individual basis and will vary based on the teacher and the course. 

In addition, we have created shortened Credit Recovery courses that are approximately six weeks long, that will allow students to recover their credit missed from earning an “I” or “NC”. This option does not change the grade on the transcript. It only gives the student the credit necessary to graduate. If you are interested in attending a four-year college, please discuss this option with your counselor so you understand the implications. Full-time EeLA students have been approved to take up to two of these additional courses on top of the four classes they are enrolled in for trimester two. 

Students also always have the option to recover up to one credit in summer school each July through the Edmonds School District provides a summer school program. More information about summer school is typically released by the district in early May. 

Some of you may be wondering why you were moved on to the next semester of the course you were taking even though you did not pass it. Traditionally, EeLA students have not moved on to semester two until they pass semester one. In an attempt to help students progress with their classmates, OSPI and the Edmonds School District are giving the option to backfill this school year. It made the most sense for EeLA students be given the same opportunity to utilize this option to recover their “NC” or “I”  grades as their classmates in other high schools. We understand that everyone has different comfort levels in utilizing this option, so if you would like to discuss a different plan please feel free to email EeLA’s counselor, Jamie Regis (regisja@edmonds.wednet.edu) and she will be happy to set up an appointment to discuss options for your specific situation. 

Please remember we are here to support you and your family in any way that we can, and we look forward to moving through this pandemic and its impacts on your schooling together as a team. If you have any questions or concerns please let me know. 

Thank you and stay healthy,

 

Christy Frary

Principal

Edmonds eLearning Academy

Office: (425) 431-7298

Pronoun: she/her

 

Jamie Regis

Pronouns: She/Her

Edmonds eLearning Academy Counselor

Voicemail – 425-431-1078

eLearning website: http://elearning.edmonds.wednet.edu/



EeLA Information Night Recording We recently held an information night to give members of the community more information about Edmonds eLearning. Please CLICK HERE to see the video. If you have additional questions that did not get answered, please call our main office and we can help.
Thursday, November 5, 2020

Welcome to the 2020-21 school year.

When you receive your log-in, you will see the "Orientation” mini-course located in the middle of your Dashboard page. This online orientation mini-course provides information about succeeding as an online student as well as student expectations for EeLA. All students must fully complete the orientation mini-course before they can be enrolled in their regular class(es). It takes about three hours to complete.

Once you have fully completed the online orientation course, you can expect to see your regular classes show up within a couple of school days.

Be sure to log in using the Edgenuity SIS website at http://sislogin.edgenuity.com

Check your email, your user name and password was emailed to you.

Your teachers will send out welcome emails through Edgenuity messages with their contact and course information once you have completed your Orientation mini-course and you have been enrolled into your regular classes. Do not lose those. You will need to contact them or meet with them in a Zoom when you have questions. You will probably want to plan to meet with your teacher a few times a week even if it is just for a check-in.

Important Information:

Student Expectations Form: Click here to view the 2020/21 EeLA Student Expectations Form. It is very important that students and parents/guardians fully read this document to understand requirements for EeLA students, including coursework time expectations, Alternative Learning Experiences rules and laws, and information about contacting teachers.

Videos about Being an EeLA Student: Click here to view the collection of videos our staff has made that explain student expectations, how to access classes, and more. Students will watch these videos as part of their online orientation mini-course, but parents are encouraged to view them as well to support their learners.

Teacher Provided Student Support: EeLA teachers will be available for drop-in support during the following days and times. Click the corresponding zoom link if you need help logging in, have questions about the orientation mini-course, or general EeLA student questions. Keep an eye out on our website for our more permanent support schedule. Students will have access to regularly scheduled zoom meetings through Edgenuity.

CHROMEBOOK Technology Help Desk: The Student Tech Support team can be reached at techsupport@edmonds15.org or 425-431-1211.

We look forward to working with you,

Christy Frary

Principal

Edmonds eLearning Academy

EeLA Office: (425) 431-7298

Pronoun: she/her


 

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2020-21 School Year

Contact Us:

Principal: Christy Frary

Office Manager:  Katie Coffman

Registrar:
Karen Giboney

Attendance Secretary: Michelle Christensen

Main Office:
425-431-7298

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