Grades: K – 12th
Edgenuity OR MyPath
Please read more about MyPath under the Kindergarten – 5th grade heading and read more about Edgenuity under the 3rd – 12th grade heading.
Edgenuity – https://edgenuity.com
Grades: K – 12th
Edgenuity® is a leading provider of K–12 online learning solutions, partnering with schools and districts throughout the country to provide the tools and support they need to leverage technology to improve student outcomes.
We provide opportunity and access to high-quality education using technology to improve student outcomes.
As a company of educators, we believe that all learners can achieve their full potential and student success starts with the teacher.
We’ve seen firsthand that all districts, schools, and students have unique needs that can’t be met with a one-size-fits-all solution, so we’ve dedicated ourselves to creating powerful, flexible products and solutions that give educators more ways to manage and customize their programs, while giving students the personalization and engagement they need to succeed.
But it doesn’t end there; we work side-by-side with our school and district partners every step of the way to ensure they have the support they need to achieve their goals.
MyPath – https://www.edgenuity.com/elementary-school/#mypathk5
Optimized learning on an innovative new learning environment
MyPath K–5 is an engaging, student-focused supplemental program for reading and math that’s ideal for both enrichment and intervention.
This intuitive learning environment builds upon the award-winning Pathblazer content using Smart Sequencer™ technology to accurately assess student skill-level using proficiency data to create an Individualized Learning Path (ILP) tailored to each student’s needs.
A built-in adaptive assessment measures each student’s skill level and matches it to the appropriate instructional grade level. Teachers can determine the learning path or integrate NWEA® MAP Growth™ or Renaissance Star data to deliver high-impact, prioritized lessons that continually adapt instruction to students’ strengths and weaknesses.
New Outdoor Experiential Learning for Online Students
Olympic Nature Experience (ONE) and Port Angeles School District’s Seaview Online Learning Academy are teaming up this fall to provide outdoor experiential learning opportunities for online students in kindergarten through fourth grade.
Seaview and Port Angeles School District received funding to conduct a pilot program that will measure improvements in educational outcomes for students in grades K – 4 as a result of in-person experiential learning. As the look and delivery of school have changed over the past couple of years, families have expressed a desire to have more innovative opportunities in distance learning, build social skills, and promote a solid academic foundation. From this feedback, Seaview and ONE developed the Orca Program, in addition to Seaview’s regular online program. The Orca Program is a combination of distance learning, outdoor school, and hands-on learning available to families on the North Olympic Peninsula.
Olympic Nature Experience will provide outdoor environmental education once a week at Lincoln Park in Port Angeles every Wednesday in two sessions. Seaview Elementary teacher, Lisa Cobb, will also facilitate lessons, tutoring, and small group support at the Seaview Learning Center on the Lincoln Center Campus.
Merissa Koller Williams, Executive Director of ONE, says: “We are honored to be involved in this pilot program and are confident that participating students will see an overall improvement in their physical, mental and educational well-being this year. Washington State continues to invest heavily in environmental education, and we hope this collaboration will lead to more inclusive and immersive outdoor experiences for the children of Clallam County.”
ONE teachers, Andrea Low and Amanda Erickson, seasoned outdoor educators, will guide two classes of 14 students on a journey toward nature awareness and stewardship through play-based learning and a unique STEM-focused curriculum.
“Students can engage with nature and explore the world around them,” said Cobb. “The Orca Program aims to provide a free, experiential opportunity that enriches distance learning by offering our youngest students a program with outstanding academic and social components.”
Parents interested in enrolling can call Seaview Academy at 360-452-9502.