What is the difference between Homeschooling and Remote Learning?
Homeschooling is a program that you and your public school district work collaboratively to put in place.
Although New York state law does not require teaching credentials for parents providing home instruction, the key requirements to follow include:
NYS has very specific requirements to homeschool your child in the state. The regulations listed here are a summary to help parents get started. Check out the NY Department of Education’s website for the latest information on staying compliant. Additional Requirements and Specifics related to Homeschooling
Remote Learning or Distance Learning (DL) is a type of educational process where the majority of the learning takes place with the teacher and student at different locations. In distance learning, teaching and learning are not conducted in a traditional classroom setting. Instruction must be individually prescribed to appropriate students and be educationally sound with anticipation of educational gain and goal attainment. Teachers must be certified in Adult Education or hold certification in any K-12 classroom teaching title.
What is the difference between homework and skill building?
Homework (homework assignment) is a set of tasks assigned to students by their teachers to be completed outside the class.
Skill Building- Knowledge can be studied, but skills you desire to learn or improve must be practiced. You have to practice skills in order to learn them. (ie. math facts, letter sounds, reading fluency, etc.)
Why students are only allowed a tote bag/sling bag, and not a backpack?
Where the grade level school supply is lists?
What is the difference between school supplies and student bundle items?
Will a hot lunch program be available this year? Will students eat in their classrooms?
Will ASCA be conducting COVID-19 testing?
Will teachers be tested for COVID-19 before the school year begins?
Will students be required to get a COVID-19 test before returning to school?
What are my options if I do not want to send my child to school?
Will students be able to use the playground?
Will there be Physical Education Classes?
Where are students to have Special Area Classes?
Will older students have recess?
For more information about our school and programs, contact Ms. Traci Johnson
All Saints Catholic Academy
10 Rosemont Street
Albany, NY 12203
Phone: (518) 438-0066
Fax: (518) 512-4049
Business Manager: Carrie Coffey Email: email@example.com