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About E2020 

 

Welcome to Credit Recovery!

 

Credit Recovery is a program designed to allow students to fulfill graduation requirements through a computer-based, teacher-directed program aligned with state and county curriculum. 

  • Goal: See students learn what they need to graduate and move on to the next stage of their life
  • Mission:  Work with all students to provide a quality education in a safe, supportive environment
  • Vision: To build a community of lifelong learners that become responsible individuals, independent thinkers, and productive citizens
  • Platform: Entirely computer / Internet based including lectures, assignments, and tests
  • Documentation: A notebook is used to take notes and assist students in understanding the subject
  • Access: Access Edgenuity for Credit Recovery using

http://learn.education2020.com/

  • Expectations:
    • Complete all assignments in the allotted time
    • Take notes daily to ensure access to study notes
    • Listen to lectures and instructions to increase understanding of subject
    • Refrain from using external web sources
    • Pass the course with a 70% or better in order to pass
    • Maintain a quiet environment to allow equal learning opportunities for all students
    • Keep cell phones and personal electronics out of site while in the classroom

 

Afterschool in E203:

Afterschool tutoring / lab time is offered on Wednesday & Thursday until 4:30 p.m.

**Subject to change. Dates / times will be posted in lab to inform students of any changes.**

 

Assignment Calendar:

 

Students are encouraged to use the Assignment Calendar provided in the Edgenuity program to keep track of which assignments, quizzes, and tests must be completed each day to complete their course by the Target End Date. To access the Assignmetn Calendar, students will need to:

  1. Log in to Edgenuity / E2020
  2. Click Organizer
  3. Click Reports
  4. Click Assignment Calendar
  5. Choose the correct course
  6. Review what must be completed. The calendar is broken down by week, then day.