Schedule

  • First day of classes August 30, 2022

  • Last day of classes May 25, 2023

  • Classes are Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

  • 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Math & Science

  • 12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch & Recess

  • 1:00-3:00 p.m. Language Arts & Social Studies

  • 5th-8th grade level classes

  • Students are placed at the level that best suits their needs after an assessment

BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATIONS

Respectfully Participate in a Positive Learning Environment

  1. Use positive, polite speech and actions with students and teachers.

  2. Participate in class discussions and activities; no refusing to follow directions.

  3. Do your best, encourage others to do the same; do not distract other students.

ACADEMIC EXPECTATIONS

You Are Responsible for Your Own Learning

  1. Be prepared: come to class early, bring proper materials, and set out work for class.

  2. You are responsible for keeping track of your assignments in a daily planner. Homework is posted in classroom and on website. If absent, you are responsible to find out what you missed and to hand in any required work.

  3. Assignments need to be completed and handed in on time.

plagiarism Policy

Do Not Take Credit for Work That is Not Your Own

  1. Cite your sources of information for SPARK assignments.

  2. Do not copy/paste someone else’s work and hand it in as your work.

  3. Sit apart while taking a test so you can’t see other’s answers nor can they see yours.

Technology Policy

Tuition

  • Registration fee $200

  • Monthly rate for full year $800 - ten payments from 8/1/22 to 5/1/23

Technology is for Educational Purposes

  1. Phones kept in backpack on silent; phone/Smart watch for parent contact only with teacher approval.

  2. Headphones and other electronics are not allowed for entertainment.

  3. Computer use is for academic purposes and only opened at the teacher’s direction. SPARK purchases and monitors a sparkofswfl.com email for each student. SPARK does not monitor students’ social media; that is the parents’ job. Any inappropriate content or bullying needs to be addressed among parents.