Circleville City Schools will once again be offering Tiger Remote Learning (TRL) for families interested in pursuing an all digital option for the 2021-2022 school year.
For prospective applicants, it is important to know that a submission of an application does not guarantee enrollment into the program. Starting the week of July 26th, families will be contacted about their application status.
Students who begin the year on this option must remain on this platform for at least one semester and as long as the student remains in good standing, they may remain on the platform for the entire 2021-2022 school year. In order to be eligible for the Tiger Remote Learning Option, students should enroll in Circleville City Schools if not already a student in the district. In the event you have any questions or we can be of further assistance, please feel free to reach out to us directly at 740-474-4340 to speak with Karen Bullock or email us at [email protected]
We look forward to this new academic offering to meet the needs of you and your Tiger learner this school year!
The deadline for applications is now closed.
UPDATE - December 15th, 2021
In compliance with Senate Bill 229
, the District has taken the following steps to ensure it is in compliance with remote learning:
- Meet all minimum school year requirements:
- 455 hours for half-day kindergarten;
- 910 hours for all-day kindergarten and grades 1-6;
- 1,001 hours for grades 7-12;
- 920 hours for community schools.
- Ensure students have access to the internet and devices students may use to participate in online learning. If a district or school determines a student does not have appropriate access to the internet or a device, the district or school must provide it at no cost to the student. Districts and schools must provide a filtering device or install filtering software that protects against internet access to materials that are obscene or harmful to juveniles on each computer provided to students for instructional use.
- Track and document all student remote learning participation, including online and offline activities.
- Report student attendance based on student participation.
- Monitor and assess student achievement and progress and provide additional services if necessary to improve student achievement.
- Periodically communicate with parents or guardians regarding student progress.
- Develop a statement describing the school's approach to addressing nonattendance and its compliance with truancy procedures and requirements.
- Report to the Ohio Department of Education both of the following:
- The total number of students engaged in remote learning by grade level;
- The total number of students with disabilities engaged in remote learning.
To assist families with any questions they may have, we have built a rolling FAQ page at the link below.