For Students

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Welcome back to school (virtually)! 

Washington Township Schools and JELCC plans to start the 2020-2021 school year virtually on July 30th. Washington Township Schools will continue to post updated information related to WT’s plan for the opening of school on its website: www.msdwt.k12.in.us.

When does school start? Thursday, July 30, 2020 (virtual instruction)

Login to Canvas to see program-specific information such as class times, meeting links, etc.

What if my high school starts after July 30th? We will honor your school’s start date, or you are welcome to start on or after July 30th. We understand there may be family plans already scheduled around your high school calendar and we do not wish to interfere with them.

We will be virtual starting on July 30, 2020.

 

JELCC Virtual Classes (updated 7.29.2020)

Items are updated regularly. Please check back often.

I know my program, who is my teacher? Or, I know my teacher, what is my program?

Option 1: See the link: Staff Directory List for your teacher’s contact information

Option 2: Fill out this link: JELCC Virtual Instruction Inquiry

How do I find my online class? Where do I meet for the first day? Details are posted on each teacher’s CANVAS page. NOTE: Canvas will be available to students on July 30.

Sending school students: Teachers will reach out to sending school students to provide CANVAS username & password information. Teachers will reach out via the email that was provided on the JELCC Enrollment Form by July 30. 

NCHS students: NCHS students will use their NCHS username & password to access Canvas.

What if I did not receive an email from my teacher yet?

Option 1: Fill out the link: JELCC Virtual Instruction Inquiry

Option 2: Contact your teacher via email. See the Staff Directory List.

When does my class meet? Once you have your login information, go to WT CANVAS website: https://msdwt.instructure.com/login/ldap to go to you teacher’s CANVAS page with specific times.

The summer newsletter mentioned a parking permit. Can I get one while there is virtual instruction? You will be able to get a parking permit when school resumes to a normal operating level. You can turn in paperwork and pay within the first few days of attending. 

If you need technical assistance, please call (317) 254-5566 during support hours (M-F 9:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m.). If leaving a voicemail message, be sure to leave a call back number and a member of our support team will be in touch.

 

Additional info can be found here: https://sites.google.com/msdwt.k12.in.us/washingtontownshipelearning/resources/parents 

Log into Washington Township CANVAS here:

 https://msdwt.instructure.com/login/ldap

Parking Permit

 

Skyward Family Access

Welcome to Skyward Family Access!  This is where you will update phone numbers and emergency contacts pertaining to your student, pay fees, follow your student’s grades, locate new schedules and keep up on upcoming events from their teachers. You are also able to check grades!

 

For any questions or issues please contact Kim Bolden.

Parking Permit Request Form***

Please fill out a Request for Parking Permit form and return to the JELCC bookstore to obtain a parking sticker. Each student operating a motor vehicle must obtain a parking sticker and display it in the rear window of his/her vehicle. The sticker cost is $10.  ***JEL sending students only.

***Please note: North Central students must obtain their parking sticker from North Central and park in designated student spots on the west side of North Central.

Student Organizations

Career and Technical Student Organizations, commonly referred to as CTSOs, are youth organizations designed to support students in career and technical education (CTE) programs. 


CTSOs are considered an integral part of CTE - they help students develop the technical and leadership skills that will enable them to succeed in their career paths. All students enrolled in the Career Center will be eligible to participate in one of the six student organizations depending on the program in which they enrolled. The following youth organizations are active in the district, state, and national contests, have officers, participate in community projects, and enjoy a wide range of club activities.

Additionally, students may get involved in National Technical Honor Society. There will be two opportunities for students who are nominated by their instructors and qualify, to apply - one in the Fall and another in the Spring. The JELCC National Technical Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be held in the late Spring. Contact Diane Steffey for more details.

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