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Tuesday, September 10, 2019

ALLPS APPLICATION: ALLPS Application:   https://goo.gl/forms/fCokSBQKA...

Parents: If you want to report an absence or check your student out to please call 479-444-3083 and follow the prompts. You may also email Ms. Heather our Admin at Heather.armstrong@g.Fayar.net

If you have moved since the school year started, please update your address/phone number with us.


Updated Information:

GENERAL INFORMATION FROM THE SCHOOL

Please see below for information regarding meal service during Spring Break, a survey regarding technology needs, and the continuation of Alternate Methods of Instruction (AMI) through April 17.

Student Meals 

To best protect the health of students, families, and staff members through required social distancing and to comply with the Governor’s prohibition on gatherings of more than 10 people, Fayetteville Public Schools will offer a one-trip 10 meal pick up procedure for student meal service.

Ten (10) meals (5 breakfasts, 5 lunches) will be available each week per child 18 years of age and younger on Tuesday of each week while schools are closed. The USDA requires the child to be present to receive the meals. Meals are pre-packaged to last up to five days and should be consumed within 5 days. Meals will be loaded into the trunk of each car by FPS personnel to ensure everyone's safety. Families should remain in their vehicles during meal pick up.

The FPS Outback will be open each Wednesday to serve families who need additional assistance with food, and local partner agencies will be available the remaining weekdays to aid with food and other needs.

Please click here for more information and the entire meal schedule.

Alternate Methods of Instruction (AMI)

Student Assignments

Thank you for the work you are doing to help your child continue their studies! As previously communicated, Governor Asa Hutchinson has announced that schools will be closed through April 17. Fayetteville Public Schools will provide instruction to students through Alternative Methods of Instruction (AMI). AMI assignments for March 30 - April 3, are posted on the AMI website, and hard copies were previously provided.  Click on your child's school name in order to view the AMI assignments. Weekly AMI assignments will be shared on this website. If you have any questions about an assignment or how to locate an assignment, please contact your child's teacher by email. Teachers will be accessible for questions, clarification, and feedback through their fayar.net email accounts during school hours.

I cannot access the AMI website. How do I request a packet of materials for my child?Please contact your child's principal by email by March 30th if you would like to request a packet (hard copies) of the AMI assignments beginning April 6th.  Packet delivery instructions will be communicated next week.

GENERAL INFORMATION FROM THE SCHOOL

Please see below for information regarding meal service during Spring Break, a survey regarding technology needs, and the continuation of Alternate Methods of Instruction (AMI) through April 17.

Student Meals 

During the week of Spring Break, March 23 through March 27, 2020, Grab and Go Snack and Lunch will be available to any child age 18 and younger at Owl Creek School.

Grab and Go Snack and Lunch

11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Owl Creek School 375 N. Rupple Rd. 

Student Technology Needs Survey

Please help us best serve your child by completing a survey regarding your child’s technology needs.  Please complete the survey by Monday, March 30, 2020. More information will be sent after Spring Break. The survey is available by clicking here

Alternate Methods of Instruction (AMI)

As I mentioned in yesterday’s communication, please take the week of Spring Break to rest, relax, and enjoy time with family. After Spring Break, please continue with the AMI assignments.  AMI assignments have been provided through April 3 for all students. Assignments beginning April 6 will be provided, and a process to pick up additional AMI packets will be communicated. More information is available on our AMI website

Even though Spring Break 2020 will be radically different than any we’ve ever experienced, I hope you will find new ways to enjoy time with your family while keeping everyone healthy. I also urge you to stay informed of the latest developments in this rapidly changing situation. We will get through this together!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL PARENTS

Please make sure to fill out the Technology Survey at https://tinyurl.com/tpgem6e so we can better serve your child's needs during our COVID-19 school closure.

The FPS Outback food pantry is open DAILY this week from 11:00a-1:00p to provide groceries to families. We normally provide non-perishable food items and frozen meat, but due to recent donations, we are now able to add fresh fruit, lettuce, bread, and eggs to the food boxes. Due to the unique circumstances we are facing and Spring Break approaching, we want to make sure our families in need are prepared for the week ahead.  Friday, we plan to provide a double box as we head into Spring Break (and since the district won't be giving out food next week.)  The Outback is accessible to families by two different public transit bus routes and is located at:  2350 Old Farmington Rd; Fayetteville on the ALLPS campus.  Please monitor fayar.net and the Fayetteville Public Schools Outback Facebook page for community resources and information. 

   

ACT INFORMATION/PSAT INFORMATION

Students registered for the ACT in April, please read the following message from ACT:

ACT has decided to reschedule the April 4, 2020 National ACT® test date to our June 13 and July 18 test dates in response to concerns regarding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).ACT will be notifying registered students directly in the next few days, informing them of the postponement and providing instructions for next steps. www.act.org

ALLPS 2019-2020 Assessment Dates

  • 9th/10th Grades:

    • ACT Aspire Interim I- Sept. 18 (3 subtests)

    • ACT Aspire Interim II- Feb. 25 (3 subtests)

    • ACT Aspire Infrastructure Test- Mar. 19 (1 subtest)

    • ACT Aspire Summative Exam-Apr. 7-8 (5 subtests)

      • deadline for ALL students to complete ACT Aspire SUMMATIVE Exam- May 8, 2020 

  • 11th Grades:

    • ACT- Feb. 25

  • ALL ELL Students

    • ELPA21- Window February 6-7

*****Graduation Parent Communication*****

Click the link below:


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Click below for the Summer school sign up:


http://bit.ly/FPS-SummerSchool

Dear ALLPS Seniors and Parents,

May 14, 2020, was scheduled to be Commencement for the Class of 2020. We didn’t want this day to not be celebrated in some fashion. Thus, our staff created a slideshow of memories submitted by many of you throughout the year.  We hope you enjoy our efforts. Check out 2020 Tribute to Our Seniors video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Z-PaT8GnP4U 

Also, check out the “The List" video below:

https://www.facebook.com/FayettevillePublicSchools/videos/556732691886251/?vh=e

We hope to see you to celebrate the Class of 2020 at their Commencement on July 2, 2020 at 9:30 a.m. at Harmon Stadium.

Sincerely, ALLPS team


2020 FPS Graduation RSVP- 

You will need to use YOUR student email.

:https://docs.google.com/docume...


NWTI NEWS 2020-2021

Click here: 2020 FPS Graduation RSVP



Seniors, mark your calendars for May 4th or May 5th to pick up your graduation regalia between 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at ALLPS. If you have a school-issued Chromebook, you can purchase it for $1.00 at that time.
If you have other items to return such as school uniforms, textbooks, library books or other school-issued materials from FHS that need to be returned, we will collect those items and return them to FHS on your behalf.

We look forward to seeing you!

Balfour Graduation Supplies for graduation supplies

https://www.balfour.com/arkansas/fayetteville/fayetteville-high-school    

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ALLPS SCHOOL OF INNOVATION

Senior Communication

Dear ALLPS Families,

In light of Governor Hutchinson’s recent decision regarding the school year, I am writing to let you know about some important information as it pertains to senior students and the Alternative Methods of Instruction (AMI) work that has been assigned to them. Additionally, I wanted to let you know about some special things we have planned to honor our seniors since we won’t have our traditional end of the year celebrations. While we are all experiencing a new normal when it comes to educating our students, we feel as if the plan that has been established is going to provide flexibility and equity for all of our seniors.

GRADES

ALLPS reported grades on 3/13/2020 in the form of a final semester grade.  Some seniors may need additional credits or may choose to improve their grade point average (GPA).

GRADUATION NOTIFICATION STATUS

Graduated students

  • Parents of Senior students will be personally notified by their assigned ALLPS advisor beginning this week as to whether or not they have completed the requirements to graduate. 

  • Graduated students will have the opportunity to continue working to improve grade point average if they so choose until the end of the school year.

Non-Graduated students 

  • Students who are missing credits will need to continue working to recover all required credits to graduate

PLEASE NOTE: If your child is currently taking a concurrent college course or BYU course, they are REQUIRED to complete the course in its entirety.  Additionally, seniors enrolled in AP courses will be expected to take their online AP exams and remain in courses.  If there are extenuating circumstances that prevent the student from taking the exam, the student should contact Mr. Michael Kaminski (michael.kaminski@g.fayar.net), ALLPS Asst. Principal Deanna.Medlock@fayar.net or visit  https://collegeboard.tfaforms.net/74.

For more information regarding ALLPS grading practices during the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document HERE.

TEXTBOOKS/UNIFORMS/SCHOOL PROPERTY/PERSONAL ITEMS/CHROMEBOOKS/YEARBOOKS

Many students have textbooks or other school property that needs to be collected and they may have personal items at school that need to be retrieved. Additionally, seniors will have the opportunity to purchase their school-issued Chromebook at the end of the year and pick up a yearbook if they purchased one. We are currently developing a plan to do this that meets CDC guidelines and will communicate more information at a later time.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Fayetteville Public Schools want to honor our Class of 2020 seniors and provide them with the same opportunities that that other senior classes have experienced at the end of their high school careers. Keeping this in mind, we have tentatively set the following dates for events to honor our students. 

PLEASE NOTE:  These dates are subject to change based on guidance from the CDC.
  • Graduation Ceremony on Harmon Field - Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 9:30 am
  • Project Graduation/Prom Mash-Up at Fayetteville High School - Thursday, July 2, 2020 (time to be communicated at a later date and is for ALLPS, FVA, and FHS SENIORS ONLY). Seniors are invited to wear their prom attire and celebrate with friends.
  • Graduation Signs - Fayetteville Public Schools has purchased yard/window signs (see below) for all 2020 graduates. When these are available, communication will be sent out on how to pick them up.

  • ALLPS Senior Celebration  - ALLPS will celebrate seniors and successes through a virtual format.  Communication will be sent at a later date. Contact the counselor, Carlos.Chicas@fayar.net with any questions.

Thank you for your patience as we make decisions in the best interest of your child’s educational needs. We realize that the current COVID-19 pandemic is requiring all of us to make sacrifices and modifications and we appreciate your partnership with us as we navigate the waters during this unprecedented time. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s counselor, teacher, or an administrator.

Sincerely,

Denise L. Hoy, Ed.D.

Principal

ALLPS School of Innovation