CO-VID 19 Updates
4/20/2020 @ 3 PM
Today is the last day of our spring break. Distance learning will
Last week, the governor announced that we will not return to campus for
the remainder of this school year. We are expected to continue teaching
and learning. Our online lessons will continue. We are working on a
no-contact paper option for students with limited access to technology.
Beginning Wednesday afternoon, we will have filing cabinets just outside
the office with paper assignments for each grade.
There is also a locked drop box. Assignments in the cabinets will be updated each Wednesday morning.
Based on the guidance we have received from the state, it is clear that we cannot host the large gatherings we usually enjoy near the end of the school year. We know you are disappointed. We are, too. This is especially hard for our juniors and seniors. We are planning safer alternatives to the traditional graduation and ring ceremonies now. Juniors and seniors should check their school emails daily for new information about these events, classes, end of year paperwork, ACT, AP, and more. As the new school year approaches and we know what is and isn’t allowed, we hope to have an event where the seniors can get together before everyone goes their separate ways. It’s important to us because we know it’s important to you.
To say the past month has been a challenge would be an understatement. We want you to know how much we appreciate our students, parents, and community for your patience, support, encouragement, and hard work. It means more than we could ever express.
(Published 3/13/2020 @ 2:00 PM - Updated 3/17/2020 @10:00 AM)
SCCS WILL BE CLOSED EFFECTIVE MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2020 UNTIL TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2020, BY ORDER OF GOVERNOR JOHN BEL EDWARDS.
Notifications and updates will be posted on our website, Instagram account and our Facebook page.
Please be advised Spring Break will remain as it appears on our school calendar (April 10-17) Students will return to school Tuesday, April 21st.
A letter from our ceo in Response to Co-VID 19
Parents and community members,
Our faculty and staff are working hard to make sure that your child/children will still have access to appropriate lessons throughout this time. Our teachers are working to create on-line classes that will allow students to remain current on the content and create opportunities for the children to communicate any questions with their teachers. Last Friday, every SCCS student came through the computer lab and was shown how to log on to their email and other applications in order to access these lessons.
We also understand that not every child has access to on-line materials. To combat this, we have taken several steps to ensure that everyone will be able to remain current which include:
-The office remaining open Monday through Friday from 8am-noon.
-Sending all of the students home with their Springboard books for Math and ELA (if your children were absent Friday, those are available in the office).
-Our teachers are working to create alternative (non-internet dependent) options for those without access.
-We are working on creating free wi-fi that can be accessed by anyone’s device from the school’s parking lot.
-We are working on a schedule that will enable students to have access to the library to both check out books and use the school’s computers.
-Using this week as a “dry-run” so the students and the teachers can iron-out any problems.
This will be a learning process for all of us. Please encourage your children to communicate any concerns that they have with that class’s teacher (through email) so that we can work together to ensure a smooth transition to these alternative delivery methods.
Please check in to the school’s website and other social media outlets for the most up-to-date information.
Thank you for your patience during this time.
CEO, Slaughter Community Charter School
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New MealTime Online Lunch Program
Click here on MealTime Online to be taken to the Mealtime Online Lunch Program.
Slaughter Community Charter School is now using MealTime Online to provide the opportunity for you to view activity and history on your student’s lunch account, check account balances, receive low balance email notifications, and even make credit card deposits into your student's cafeteria account. In addition, the web site allows you to create and submit Free and Reduced Price School Meal Applications.
Create a MealTime Online Profile: Once at the MealTime Online website, click on "Create New Profile" and enter a Username and Password that you will use to login to MealTime Online. The Username and Password must be at least 6 characters. For example, Username: jsmith Password: pty845.
Log in to your MealTime Online account using the Username and Password that you just created.
Options: At this point you can select MEAL ACCOUNT DEPOSITS to add your student to your profile then deposit money, OR you can select FREE & REDUCED APPLICATIONS to apply online for reduced meal prices.
Add Your Student: You will need your student’s first name ID number. Click the Meal Account Deposit button then select your school. Click the Add Student link to add your student using your student’s first name and student ID number.
View Account Balance and History: Once you’ve added your student, click the "View Details" link next to your student's name to view his/her cafeteria account balance and purchase history.
Make a Deposit: Click on the "Make Deposit" link to make a deposit into your student’s lunch account. There is a transaction fee, which will show at the end BEFORE you complete your transaction, and a $25 minimum deposit.
Create an Online Application: Click the Free & Reduced Applications button and follow the wizard to create your application. Again, you will need your student’s first name and ID number. You will receive notification regarding the determination of the application within 10 business days.
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