• Academic Support Resources

     

    Student Start Page:    https://sites.google.com/clarke.k12.ga.us/start/cen

     

    Academic Support at Clarke Central: 

    • Academic Support Locator bit.ly/ASL1819
      • Use this document to access assignments and remediation opportunities for specific teachers.
    • Tutoring http://bit.ly/cchspathways 
      • After-school tutoring is held every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:45 to 5:15.  
        • Tuesday
          • Language Arts: Ms. Guidry - Room 214
          • Math: Ms. George - Room 309
          • Math: Mr. Ritzler - Room 132
          • Science: Mr. Regester - Room 175
          • Social Studies: Ms. Costley - Room 286
        • Thursday
          • E2020: Ms. Robins - Room 211
          • Math: Ms. Pringle - Room 307
          • Science: Mr. Regester - Room 175
          • Social Studies: Ms. Costley - Room 286
    • Saturday School http://bit.ly/satschool
      • Saturday School will be held on February 9, March 2, April 13, April 20, and April 27.  Saturday School runs from 9 am to 12 pm. On each date, you will attend two sessions lasting an hour and twenty five minutes each. Bring your laptop, notebooks, and any work you need to complete.
    • 21st Century Program
      • 21st Century is an after-school and summer program which provides academic enrichment and tutoring opportunities to students.  Applications are linked here.  Contact Valinda Miller at millerv@clarke.k12.ga.us for more information. 
    • CCHS Media Center
      • Clarke Central's Media Center provides access to informational, entertainment, and academic resources, including reference materials, online supports, and tutoring information.  Visit the media center on the first floor or contact our media specialists Lindy Weaver (weaverl@clarke.k12.ga.us) or Mary Ann Sullivan (sullivanm@clarke.k12.ga.us).

     

    Online Resources:

    • Math IXL (https://www.ixl.com/signin/clarkecentral): Math support classes use this online program as a way to support students.  Any student enrolled in math support, and even some who are not, have access to this program.  If a student does not have an account but would like one, they should contact Mr. Barner at barnerc@clarke.k12.ga.us.
    • Read Theory (www.readtheory.org): All on-level Lit 9 and 10 students have accounts and are required to complete at least 5 quizzes a week on this reading support program.  Students can register for free if they do not already have an account.
    • USA Test Prep (https://www.usatestprep.com/) provides testing practice for all EOC courses.  CCHS students use account ID clarkecentral and activation code newton95.
    • Shmoop (https://www.shmoop.com/) is an online test prep and academic support program.  Students can log-in using their school Google accounts.
    • Khan Academy (https://www.khanacademy.org/) provides instructional videos for all subject areas.  It is a free resource.
    • NewsELA (https://newsela.com/) allows students to improve their literacy skills by reading and responding to current events articles.  All CCHS students can access the site using their school Google accounts.
    • PBS Learning Media (https://gpb.pbslearningmedia.org/) allows students to access thousands of free, standards-based digital resources.  Students accounts are free.
    • EOC Study Guides (https://www.gadoe.org/Curriculum-Instruction-and-Assessment/Assessment/Pages/EOC-Study-Resource-Guides.aspx) are provided by the Georgia DOE to help students prepare for End of Course Assessments.
    • Experience Online Testing Georgia (http://www.gaexperienceonline.com/) allows students to take practice tests and view tutorials prior to End of Course and Milestones assessments.

     

    Missing Work and Failing Summative Assessments:

    If you fail a quiz or test, speak with your teacher about remediation and retake opportunities.  

         District policy states: 

    • Students are expected to complete and turn in all assignments, which give them practice and multiple opportunities to master standards. Assignments are given in order for students to practice and to show what they know, understand and can do with the Georgia Performance Standards / Georgia Standards of Excellence.
      • Missing Assignments: Students will be given a reasonable amount of time to complete and turn in work.  Missing and/or incomplete work should be completed within the same grading period (October, December, March, and May).
      • Family Contact: Teachers will conference with students when work is not completed or not turned in and will contact families on a regular basis to communicate the problem and to collaborate on ways to solve it. If the problem persists, teachers will follow the school’s established protocol for additional family contacts and student conferences.
      • Failing Summative Assessments: An alternate form of assessment may be retaken after a period of review / remediation. The higher score earned on the second-chance assessment is granted.  There will be no retake opportunity on final exams.