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February 17, 2021
February 11, 2021
February 2, 2021

It’s Time to Re-Enroll for the 2021-22 School Year

 

Current Mount Auburn Prep families – save your child’s seat by re-enrolling today!

  1.  Complete the online survey at surveymonkey.com/r/mapa_reenrollment  (hard copies available at school)
  2.  Submit a new Proof of Residence (POR) document to the office, email to admissions@accelschools.com, or text to(216) 208-5052.

For a list of qualifying documents visit mtauburnprep.org/apply

Re-enrollment Rewards:

  • Long-sleeved Mt. Auburn T-Shirt for each student who returns their form & POR by March 3rd

 

September 9, 2020

AMP Support Video & Contact Information

Our AMP Support Team is here to help students and parents with tech support from 8am-5pm each weekday!

  • View the AMP Orientation Video & learn how to log-on, navigate your classroom, contact your teacher & other basics!
  • Call AMP Support 1-833-4AMPHLP (1-833-426-7457)
  • Submit a Tech Support Ticket – click through to the AMP Support webpage and then click the Submit A Ticket button
  • Live Chat with AMP Support – click through to the AMP Support webpage and then click the Live Chat button
August 28, 2020
August 21, 2020

Online & Hybrid Student Internet Reimbursement Policy

 

Internet Service Provider reimbursement is available to students enrolled for the 20-21 school year. Eligibility for reimbursement is dependent on the family qualifying for the National School Lunch Program and other requirements outlined below.

  • Amount: $25 per month, per household (not per student)
  • Payment: Twice per year (February 2021 & August 2021)
  • Eligibility & Requirements:
    • Family must qualify for the National School Lunch Program
    • Student must be enrolled in the Online or Hybrid learning model for the 20-21 school year
    • Student & family must be in good standing with the school (verified home address on record, active enrollment, regular attendance, participation in state and local testing requirements, etc)
    • Reimbursement is per household (not per student). Families with students residing in multiple households are not eligible for multiple reimbursements. In this situation, families must determine a primary household and submit receipts accordingly.
  • Process:
    • Families will be required to submit receipts from their Internet Service Provider to the school office:
      • No later than January 15thin order to receive a reimbursement check in February for the months of August-December 2020.
      • No later than July 15thin order to receive a reimbursement check in August for the months of January-June 2020.
    • Families will be asked to verify their mailing address with Proof of Residence documentation prior to the distribution of the reimbursement check.
  • Exceptions:
    • Reimbursement will be pro-rated for any partial months the student is actively enrolled. For example, if the student is actively enrolled fewer than 15 calendar days, the reimbursement amount will be process at $12.50 for the month.
    • Students enrolled in the Traditional model who meet the eligibility requirements will be eligible for reimbursement if the school is required to suspend face-to-face learning for a period of time based on public health guidance and in coordination with ACCEL Schools and local public health officials.

Read the full policy (PDF): 2056 – Internet Reimbursement Policy

 

August 17, 2020

A Day in the Life: Your Plan for Successful Online Learning

 

New to online learning? Worried about preparing for fall? Want to make sure your child can stay on track?  Don’t worry, we have you covered!

 

We have created a plan that is simple to follow no matter what grade your student is in!

  • Every day, make sure your student is logged in by 9:00am
  • Every day, your student will meet online with their teachers. You will be provided with a schedule the first week of school.
  • Not all learning will happen online. There will be time every day to students to practice what they have learned independently offline.
  • Your school will give you a schedule to help keep you on track and prepped for success.

You and your student have a login. You have a schedule. You have great teachers.

We just need a couple of things from you to help make this a great year.

  • Set up a work area for your student that is quiet and free of distractions.
  • Log in to Canvas every day with your observer account to help your student stay on track.
  • Take the parent orientation course to teach you about all the great tools that Canvas has to keep you and your student on track.

Get school updates, learning resources, tech support, and more in the tabs on our dedicated COVID-19 page.

Ready for the school year? You’ve got this!

 

August 6, 2020

Mt. Auburn Prep Featured on Channel 5 WLWT

 

Many thanks to Todd Dykes at Channel 5 for featuring Mt. Auburn Preparatory Academy this evening in his piece, “Greater Cincinnati parochial, charter schools face different kinds of reopening considerations.” Watch the clip here, which includes interviews with Principal Horn & Ms. Champion, Science Teacher discussing our school our school reopening plans which include three options for families: Traditional (5 days at school), Online (5 days at home), and Hybrid (2 days at school & 3 days at home).

Full Link:  https://www.wlwt.com/article/greater-cincinnati-parochial-charter-schools-face-different-kinds-of-reopening-considerations/33538587?fbclid=IwAR1fFlRpImi38OZaDZds9TKmtycjKKcKop_EoeT9uMLN3k17qpZJQtWzI30

 

July 27, 2020
July 14, 2020

Mt. Auburn Prep Featured on Channel 9 WCPO News

 

Many thanks to Courtney Francisco at Channel 9 News WCPO for covering our school reopening plans today. View the story here and watch the clip below, which includes on an interview with Superintendent Jamie Brady discussing our school reopening plans which include three options for families: Traditional (5 days at school), Online (5 days at home), and Hybrid (2 days at school & 3 days at home).

 

 

Full Link:  https://www.wcpo.com/news/local-news/hamilton-county/cincinnati/return-to-class-or-learn-at-home-cincinnati-charter-schools-are-leaving-it-up-to-families-teachers?fbclid=IwAR1JGIaVI-YQFTaMBXzkD_-yKGIL23IWzrNk3jCKcwHZ3oMer4AENMOg-xE