RETURN TO SCHOOL INTRODUCTION
As of 7/22/2021, AchievePoint plans to return to our standard blended school schedule. Schedule options are listed in our 21/22 Student/Parent Handbook. Click here for handbook. If the need for additional flexibility arises, AchievePoint is well-positioned to shift to various remote/flexible models.
On Campus Learning Safety Protocols
Please note: The protocols listed below are in line with current Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidance. Based on CDC recommendations, the protocols are subject to change.
Students will not be permitted in the building until 7:45am each day.
AchievePoint will begin the school year with a universal indoor masking requirement for all teachers, staff, students, and visitors, regardless of vaccination status. Administrators will revisit this policy frequently. We realize masking all day is difficult and will allow for outdoor mask breaks.
Visitors will be limited to those who are critical to our learning plan. Per our Student Parent Handbook, visitors require “advanced notice and approval.” This includes parents. Approved visitors will be required to sign-in and provide contact information. This will ensure we have a way to reach visitors in case they need to be reached for contact tracing purposes or possibility of exposure.
All persons will be expected to sanitize or wash their hands immediately after entering the building. Hand sanitizer will be in all areas of the school. Students are also encouraged to bring their own sanitizer to have available at their desk.
If a student is coughing, running a fever of 100 degrees or higher, or is generally feeling ill, he or she must stay home. Please report absences to us at 513-334-3607 as soon as possible.
Unvaccinated students who are in close contact with a person who has COVID-19 should quarantine for 14 days immediately following known exposure.
Unvaccinated students who have COVID-19 should be isolated for 14 days. This means staying in a separate area of a home from others.
Social distancing of three feet will be adhered to whenever possible. This includes seating at student desks.
Students will remain in their classrooms and cohorts for all classes whenever possible. Our goal is to move teachers and not students.
All surfaces will be wiped down periodically throughout the day.
The number of students permitted to use our restrooms at one time will be closely monitored and generally limited to one person at a time.
Students will be provided with water bottles or bottled water. The drinking fountain will be closed.
Each evening the building will be cleaned and a disinfectant will be sprayed on all common areas.
AchievePoint will have an isolation room for students who show signs of illness or have a temperature of 100 degrees or higher.
Parent, student and school communication will be more important this year than ever before. It is each family’s responsibility to ensure that we have multiple ways to reach you.
In cases where AchievePoint will need to communicate with families quickly, we will send a SchoolMessenger alert and post an update on our website (AchievePoint.org).
If you are not opted in to SchoolMessenger, please do so immediately by following these quick steps:
- Ensure we have your correct phone number and email address on file. You can do this by contacting, AchievePoint’s Academic Coach, Mr. Tom Johnson at 937-303-8848. If we do not have your correct information in our system, SchoolMessenger will NOT work.
- Text “Y” or “Yes” to 67587