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Our Resources page exists to provide parents, scholars and our community partners the information they need to stay updated on important information surrounding our Academy. Here, students can access assignments, calendars, their email accounts, and more. Parents can get access forms, virtual learning information, and receive important updates from administrators on school affecting schedules and campus events. We recognize our Community Programs and partners for their relentless support of our mission, and make accessing our online learning portal convenient for our scholars and their families. You can even show your support by giving in support of the CCLCS mission.
At Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter School - Flightline, and respect the unique needs of our students and community. We are committed to ensuring the accessibility of our web content to people with disabilities. All content on our website will conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, Level AA.
This policy applies to all new, updated, and existing web content on https://capitalcity.lha.net and all content on our teacher sites and intranet. Accessibility checks and training will be incorporated into the publishing workflow for all new website content. In addition, we will ensure third-party content providers are aware of our web accessibility policy and will favor providers based on their accessibility conformance claims.
Each page of the website will include a link to a form providing a method for users to submit feedback on the site; this information will be compiled and considered during the review process. Any accessibility issues should be reported to Name at email or by using the posted form.
All areas of the Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter School - Flightline website will be reviewed annually. Reviews are the responsibility of Provide Name/Department.
This policy will be reviewed annually to ensure current compliance and was last reviewed January xx, 2019, by Provide Name. Requires name and date update.
We are currently working to bring our website into compliance. We expect Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter School - Flightline web content will meet WCAG 2.0, Level AA conformance by January 2020. Update to March 2021?
Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter School - Flightline has modified policies to prioritize accessibility glitches to ensure they are remedied with the same level of priority as any other equivalent loss of website function.
Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter School - Flightline will utilize a knowledgeable website accessibility consultant responsible for conducting annual website accessibility evaluations.
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It truly takes a village to make sure children reach their full potential. We share our success with the many community partners who have supported our endeavors to educate scholars. We recognize them for their support and hope that you show your appreciation as for them going above and beyond in their support.
For more information on partnering with us to provide educational opportunities to underserved scholars, contact us today by sending a note to email@example.com.
Lighthouse Academies is one of multiple school districts in the state that has been approved to provide students with Alternative Methods of Instruction, or AMI, in the event the Superintendent cancels school for emergency circumstances, including inclement weather. Act 862 of 2017 allows the Commissioner of Education to grant "up to the equivalent of 10 student attendance days" for districts with approved lesson plans for AMI.
Please contact school administration with any questions regarding assignments.
Lighthouse Academies fully complies with state law. When AMI is activated, the assignments have to be completed and returned within 5 days after students return to school. Failure to return work will result in the student's being marked absent for the inclement weather day.