Odyssey Early College and Career Options Return to Learn Plan
Thank you for your continued support and trust. We know that waiting is hard. We intend to release the best quality information and plan to you, as we deal with an ever-changing environment. Please click this link to view Odyssey Early College and Career Options “Return to Learn” document. This information outlines the change to remote learning with hybrid features, as mandated by the board of education last Wednesday. You will find answers to your questions and examples to support our return in the document. Over the course of today and this week you will also receive emails outlining computer and textbook checkout, class schedules, orientation night, and more. Additionally, all instructors will be calling their students to introduce themselves and answer your questions regarding your student's return.
Thank you again for practicing grace and patience, as Odyssey Early College and Career Options creates the best possible start to your student's 20-21 school year.
- If you missed the computer checkout and textbook pickup, call 328-2088.
- Teachers are actively calling students to introduce themselves and prepare them for the start of school. Please make sure your phone information is updated in Parent Connect.
- As a reminder from instructors, students will log into Schoology on Monday morning and access the appropriate Webex link to join their class.
- Unfortunately, not all college textbooks were available at the time of computer checkout. Students will be contacted when they are available for pick up.
- If your student is experiencing technology issues, please contact 328-2031 for assistance.
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It’s hard to believe we are more than halfway through the first quarter of the school year! Despite the challenges of the pandemic, it’s still vital for families to connect with their child’s teacher(s). Parent/Guardian/Teacher conferences will soon be taking place, and although they may be virtual or different than in the past, there are still some things that never change. For starters, be prepared with the questions you have for your child’s teacher(s). Second, be open and honest and share your child’s strengths and weaknesses, letting the teacher know how best to work with your student. Third, keep the lines of communication open and let your child’s teacher(s) know the best way to reach you. Ask the best way to contact them should you have questions or concerns that arise.