Learning Environment Open Election Period: March 1 - 12, 2021

  • Families were asked to elect their students' learning environment for the first nine weeks of the second semester, which ends March 12, 2021. If you would like to change your student's Learning Environment for the remainder of the year, you may elect to do so through the form at the link below. The form will be open during the election period, March 1, until March 12, 2021. All changes will be effective on Tuesday, March 16, 2021. Students are expected to remain in their elected Learning Environment for the balance of the school year.

    If you do not want to change your student's current learning environment, no action is required.

    Should a hardship situation arise, families are required to submit a Learning Hardship request for consideration.

    The form opens March 1, 2021

    Learning Environment Open Election Period form

Learning Environment Hardship Process

  • Sent to parent/guardians January 20, 2021

    Parents and guardians,

    Before the Winter Break, the District asked that families register each student as Face to Face or Remote Learning for the second semester. At that time, families were asked to make a nine-week commitment to that assignment. Due to the continued high COVID numbers upon our return, I have accepted parent and guardian requests to move student(s) from their assigned assignment, Face to Face or Remote Learning.

    Beginning Monday, January 25, 2021, I ask families to adhere to their student’s current learning assignment (Face to Face or Remote Learning) until the end of the first nine-week period, ending March 5, 2021. Please remember that the new attendance guidelines allow for a student to change his/her assignment up to five days, should a student need to be temporarily assigned to Remote Learning.

    Should your student encounter a hardship that requires a change from their current assignment, a Learning Environment Hardship must be completed. The hardship request will be reviewed by myself and our Zone Superintendent. This review can take up to five days to process. Only critical situations that require a change in assignment will be approved. Upon approval, you will be notified, and the student’s assignment will be changed for the remainder of the nine-week period.

    The Learning Environment Hardship form is posted to www.cambridgehs.org. Please print, complete the form with the hardship rationale, and sign. The hardcopy form can be left at the front office or scanned and emailed to my assistant at Bybeec@fultonschools.org. We ask that students remain in their current learning assignment until the assignment change is approved and completed.

    Thank you for your support.

    Ashley Agans

    Principal
    Cambridge High School

Learning Hardship Form

  • To submit a Learning Hardship Form:

    1. Print form and complete the hardship request rationale

    2. Must be completed and signed by the parent or guardian

    3. The hardcopy form can be left at the front desk or scanned and emailed to Carol Bybee at bybeec@fultonschools.org

    4. Once received, the hardship will be review by Ms. Agans (Principal) and our Area Superintendent. You will be notified once approved.

     

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