2021-22 Student Schedules

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Class Schedule Options for 2021-22

In addition to being an alternative, credit recovery program, RCEP is also offering three different options for students who qualify under the "at risk of not graduating" identifiers if they are interested in a blended learning model for the 2021-22 school year. Blended learning will provide students the opportunity to work part-time from home and part-time on site.

Important things to note: 

  • Students in the blended learning program will be in the building two and a half days each week (either Tuesday and Friday, plus a half day Wednesday OR Monday and Thursday, plus a half day Wednesday).
  • When students are in person, lunch will be provided on site.  Students may bring their own lunch as well.
  • WIN (What I Need) time is also offered Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday during the first and last hours of the day.  Students can work on site with their advisor and/or teacher or schedule an appointment through Google Meet if working from home. 
  • Wednesdays are centered on advisory support from teachers, community building time, elective credit earning time and fieldtrip time.
  • Please contact Director Dr. Willhite for more information: 612-798-6050 or 651-497-7999

Option 1

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

8:40-9:45

Hour 1

Asynchronous student can work from home

8:40-9:20 Hour 1/What I Need (WIN 1) Hour 1

Asynchronous student can work from home

9:45-10:25 Hour 2 9:22-10:02 Hour 2/Advisory Hour 2
10:27-11:07

Hour 3

10:04-10:44 Hour 3 (WIN 2)

Hour 3

11:09-11:49

Hour 4

10:46-11:24 Circle/Social Emotional Learning

Hour 4

11:49-12:19

Lunch 11:24-11:54 Lunch Lunch
12:19-12:59 Hour 5 11:54-3:30 Asynchronous Learning, students can choose to work from home or in-person
1:01-1:41 Hour 6 Hour 6
1:43-2:23 Hour 7 Hour 7
2:23-3:30 Hour 8 Hour 8

Option 2

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

8:40-9:45

Asynchronous student can work from home

Hour 1 8:40-9:20 Hour 1/What I Need (WIN 1)

Asynchronous student can work from home

Hour 1
9:45-10:25 Hour 2 9:22-10:02 Hour 2/Advisory Hour 2
10:27-11:07

Hour 3

10:04-10:44 Hour 3 (WIN 2)

Hour 3

11:09-11:49

Hour 4

10:46-11:24 Circle/Social Emotional Learning

Hour 4

11:49-12:19

Lunch 11:24-11:54 Lunch Lunch
12:19-12:59 Hour 5 11:54-3:30 Asynchronous Learning, students can choose to work from home or in-person Hour 5
1:01-1:41 Hour 6 Hour 6
1:43-2:23 Hour 7 Hour 7
2:23-3:30 Hour 8 Hour 8

Option 3

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

8:40-9:45

Hour 1 Hour 1 8:40-9:20 Hour 1/What I Need (WIN 1) Hour 1 Hour 1
9:45-10:25 Hour 2 Hour 2 9:22-10:02 Hour 2/Advisory Hour 2 Hour 2
10:27-11:07 Hour 3 Hour 3 10:04-10:44 Hour 3 (WIN 2) Hour 3 Hour 3
11:09-11:49 Hour 4 Hour 4 10:46-11:24 Circle/Social Emotional Learning Hour 4 Hour 4

11:49-12:19

Lunch Lunch 11:24-11:54 Lunch Lunch Lunch
12:19-12:59 Hour 5 Hour 5 11:54-3:30 Asynchronous Learning, students can choose to work from home or in-person Hour 5 Hour 5
1:01-1:41 Hour 6 Hour 6 Hour 6 Hour 6
1:43-2:23 Hour 7 Hour 7 Hour 7 Hour 7
2:23-3:30 Hour 8 Hour 8 Hour 8 Hour 8

Qualifiers for "At Risk of Not Graduating

  1. Performing substantially below the performance level for pupils of the same age in a locally determined achievement test (i.ed. NWEA)
  2. Is behind in satisfactorily completing coursework or obtaining credits for graduation
  3. Is pregnant or is a parent
  4. Has been assessed as chemically dependent
  5. Has been excluded or expelled
  6. Has been referred by a school district for enrollment in an eligible program
  7. Is a victim of physical or sexual abuse
  8. Has experienced mental health problems
  9. Has experienced homelessness
  10. Speaks English as a second language or has limited English proficiency
  11. Has withdrawn from school or has been chronically truant
  12. Is being treated in a hospital in the seven-county metropolitan area for cancer or other life-threatening illness or is the sibling of an eligible pupil who is currently being treated, and resides with the pupil's family at least 60 miles beyond the outside boundary of the seven-county metropolitan area

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