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CLC Schools During COVID


ACLC & Nea Schools are currently in Distance Learning Mode.


How do I access Distance Learning?

Where can I pick up School Meals?

School meals are still available during Distance Learning.

ACLC works with the AUSD Food and Nutrition Services (FANS) to provide lunch and breakfast options for all learners.

Free Meal Program extended!

Good news! The USDA is extending its free meal program (the one AUSD uses for its summer meal offerings) through December 31st, 2020. Any youth up to age 18 can pick up meals at AUSD distribution sites. No ID is needed. Parents can pick up meals without a child present. You will receive multiple days' worth of meals.

We still encourage families to apply for the National School Lunch Free & Reduced Price Program, because qualifying for that program confers other benefits, such as reduced prices for PSAT, SAT, ACT, and AP exams, and free college applications. To apply, please go to the AUSD School Nutrition and Fitness web page.

Pick up Days, Times, and Locations

You can pick up grab-and-go meals from 11am to 1pm on Tuesdays and Fridays at any of the following Alameda locations:

Earhart Elementary: 400 Packet Landing Road

Love Elementary: 2025 Santa Clara Avenue

Paden Elementary: 444 Central Avenue

Ruby Bridges Elementary: 351 Jack London Avenue

Academy of Alameda: 401 Pacific Avenue

Lincoln Middle School: 1250 Fernside Boulevard

Wood Middle School: 420 Grand Street

Encinal Jr. & Sr. High School: 210 Central Avenue

For menus, check out the new MENU APP. Search the app store for:
"Web Menus by School Nutrition and Fitness" by ISITE Software, LLC

If you have any questions regarding the FANS menu, billing, or any other services, please call FANS at 510-337-7079. The Food and Nutrition Services (FANS) Department is at your service.

How do I apply for the School Meal Program?

The National School Lunch Program through AUSD

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought hardship for many families. Your child(ren) may qualify for free or reduced price meals for this year. Families must reapply for this program every year.

To apply for the 20-21 program, please click HERE and then click "Get Started".

For help, please contact AUSD Food and Nutrition Services at 510-337-7079 or email nutrition@alamedaunified.org.

How do I turn in 20-21 Enrollment Paperwork?

Please scan or photograph your 20-21 Enrollment Paperwork. Make sure the images are full-sized and legible. Then, attach your scanned images to an email with a subject line like this:

"Enrollment Paperwork, Learner's Name, Learner's 20-21 Grade Level"

Send the email to the appropriate school Office Manager:

  1. ACLC Office Manager:  Heather Mahaffey
  2. Nea Office Manager:  Mary McKee
If you have any questions, please contact Admissions Manager Kira Foster

Distance, Remote and Hybrid Learning Defined

Distance Learning

Distance Learning refers to instruction provided by Nea staff when we are not able to provide in-person instruction, or, during the at-home instruction days outlined in the hybrid model below.

Distance Learning includes virtual classroom meetings as well as asynchronous learning in the form of independent work, recorded video instruction, and work assigned on online platforms.

Remote Learning

Remote Learning refers to the option for families who decide that they are not comfortable with returning to in-person learning, due to health conditions or other reasons. Remote Learning will be provided through third party vendor, as follows:

Nea will be using Accelerate Education for K-5th grade and Edgenuity for 6-12th grade.

ACLC will be using BYU Independent Study (grades 7-12) or Edgenuity (grades 6-12).

Hybrid Model

When health conditions allow, ACLC and Nea will implement a hybrid model, in which learners spend two to three days on campus in small learning pods of up to 13 learners.

Learners will be on campus either Monday and Thursday or Tuesday and Friday. Some learners may also be on campus on Wednesdays for enrichment or support programs. When not on campus, learners will participate in independent distance learning activities.

Nea Hybrid Model--Details

Nea Lower Village (K-5) Hybrid Model

  • School start and end times will be staggered to facilitate social distancing.
    • K-2 will run from 8:10-2:50.
    • 3-5 will run from 8:20-3:00.
    • For families that have siblings or carpool buddies in both K-2 and 3-5, you can drop of all your learners at the earlier time. At the end of the day, all the children in that group will be dismissed together at 3pm.
  • Class size will be no larger than 13.
  • Learners will participate on campus twice a week, either on Monday and Thursday or on Tuesday and Friday.
  • When not on campus, learners will participate in independent learning assignments that build on the in-person instruction.
  • Families opting for remote learning will use Accelerate Education.

Nea Upper Village (6-12) Hybrid Model

  • School Hours: 8:30 to 12:50
  • Class size no larger than 15.
  • Learners will participate on campus twice a week, either on Monday and Thursday or on Tuesday and Friday.
  • Learners will have three classes per day on campus using a block schedule model.
  • When not on campus, learners will participate in independent learning assignments that build on the in-person instruction.
  • Families opting for remote learning will use Edgenuity.

ACLC Hybrid Model--Details

ACLC Hybrid Model

  • School Hours: 8:30 to 12:50
  • Class size no larger than 15.
  • Learners will participate on campus twice a week, either on Monday and Thursday or on Tuesday and Friday.
  • Learners will have three classes per day on campus using a block schedule model.
  • When not on campus, learners will participate in independent learning assignments that build on the in-person instruction.
  • Families opting for remote learning will use BYU Independent Study (grades 7-12) or Edgenuity (grades 6-12).

 

 

Learning Continuity and Attendance Plans

Learning Continuity and Attendance Plans (mandated by Senate Bill 98) are intended to provide information at the local level for how student learning continuity will be addressed during the COVID-19 crisis in the 2020-21 school year.

Click here for the ACLC Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan

Click here for the Nea Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan

CLCS Safety and Facilities Reopening Plan

School Reopening Health Guidance Links

State & Local Government COVID-19 Update Sites

California Department of Public Health: cdph.ca.gov/covid19

City of Alameda COVID-19 Updates: alamedaca.gov/alerts-COVID-19

City of Oakland COVID-19 Updates: oaklandca.gov/resources/updates-on-covid-19-outbreak

City of San Leandro COVID19-Updates: https://www.sanleandro.org/c19/


The New Standard in Education

CLC Schools, Inc.
1900 Third Street
Alameda CA 94501

Executive Director
Annalisa Moore

Chief Operations Officer
Theresa Quigley

Director of Special Education
Annahita Rad

Admissions Manager
Kira Foster

 

 


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Community Learning Center Schools, Inc. is the nonprofit corporation that manages the 6-12 Alameda Community Learning Center (ACLC) and the K-12 Nea Community Learning Center (Nea), both charter schools in Alameda, California. The CLCS schools are based on an educational model of learner empowerment. CLCS is actively engaged in disseminating this model by school creation and redesign.

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