Optional Learning Experiences

Optional Learning Opportunity (OLE)

 

Optional Learning Opportunities are those that provide academic enrichment or supervised activities that enhance a pupil’s understanding on content provided in the traditional or virtual environment.  Optional learning experiences are learning opportunities that accompany a non-essential course being claimed for state aide (FTE).

 

For students who are interested in participating in an OLE, students should review the district OLE offerings that are available under the parents tab of their assigned building. 

 

The majority of the OLEs are offered during the school day and would require a scheduling meeting that would include the Director of the Center for Innovation/Designee to discuss course alignment, transportation offerings, and course make-up for assignments, quizzes and test.  Participation in an OLE will be considered as “school business” for attendance purposes.

 

For elementary students (K-5) who are interested in participating in an OLE, please contact your building administrator to set up a time to review the OLE request and develop a schedule with the Director of the Center for Innovation/Designee.

 

For secondary students (6-12) who are interested in participating in an OLE, please contact your counselor to set up a time to review the OLE request and develop a schedule with the Director of the Center for Innovation/Designee.


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