Elementary School Students

Important Dates

Important Dates

  • Thursday, February 1st - Wednesday, February 28th: Parent-Teacher Conferences month. Click here for more information.
  • Monday, February 19th: Presidents’ Day. No school for students. However, students will still have access to Ignitia and can use the day to work ahead or catch up. EA’s office will be closed, so no teacher support will be available.
  • Tuesday, February 27th: Redeeming Social Media Webinar for all students. Click here for more information and to register.

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Parent-Teacher Conferences

Parent-Teacher Conferences

  • Parent-Teacher Conferences take place during the month of February 2018 for the second semester of the 2017-2018 school year.
    • Parents can choose a date from throughout the month to accomodate families who may be busy or traveling.
  • PTCs are an opportunity for teachers and parents to meet, often for the first time, and have an open discussion about the student’s academic performance.
  • February’s Parent-Teacher Conferences are for students in grades 3-12.
    • Grades PreK-2 will continue to have monthly conferences with Ms. Fenina.
  • Conferences are conducted by phone or email, based on the student’s support program (Gold, Silver, etc.).
  • The form must be submitted by Sunday, January 28th to register.
  • Click the link below to learn more and to submit the Parent-Teacher Conference Form.

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Redeeming Social Media Webinar

Redeeming Social Media Webinar

Make the most of social media by proclaiming the Gospel and defending the faith. This webinar will focus on how students might use social media in a way that upholds and honors Christian values as well as confronting others with the encouraging and life-transforming truths of the Gospel.

Subject: Redeeming Social Media
Host: Heath Robertson
Date: Tuesday, Feb 27, 2018
Time: 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET
Click here to register.

A Note from Counselors

A Note from Counselors

  • EA is offering offline electives to all students in grades 9–12. The purpose of offline electives is to encourage students to be more involved in their communities and to promote social interaction. Students’ approved extracurricular activities can now be tracked via the Elementary School Offline Elective Form and recorded on their report cards once submitted and validated.
    • Approved offline electives: private music lessons, band, choir, choreography (ballet/dance), cinematography, art/drawing, home economics, physical education, and organized sports. Concerning other electives, please contact your counselor for approval.

A Note from Teachers

A Note from Teachers

  • Students have several opportunities to earn extra credit for the third quarter. Please note that for each course students can use only one of the following options per quarter:
    • Students can write an essay about physical or virtual visits to museums, art galleries, historical sites and more to receive extra credit in an associated course. More information on road trip essays can be found here.
    • Students can read classic literature and write book reports to receive extra credit for their English course. More information on EA’s Reading Program can be found here.

Progress Department

Progress Department

  • If you are planning any vacations or other time off from school in the 2017-18 school year, now is the best time to submit an absence form to ensure the Progress Department is aware of when your student(s) will not be working.

4th Grade Park

4th Grade Park

  • The Every Kid in a Park initiative provides all fourth grade students, including homeschooled students, and their families with free admission to national parks and other federal lands and waters for a full school year. Additional information can be found here.

 


  

Reporting a Past or Future Absence

Reporting a Past or Future Absence

Parents may submit a form to report a past or an upcoming absence.

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Theology in Action

Theology in Action

Theology in Action is a bi-monthly video series for students and families to engage theological truths and cultivate hearts and minds for Christianly action – loving God holistically.

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Lifepac Books

Lifepac Books

EA offers families the option to purchase textbook curriculum for students as supplementary material. LIFEPAC is ideal for students who do not always have access to the Internet, or who prefer to read the lessons from books.

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Student ID Cards

Student ID Cards

With a school ID, students can often receive discounts at local events, theaters and other public attractions and selected businesses. It also serves as a proof of identity and proof of enrollment at EA.

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Shop School Gear

Shop School Gear

Enlightium Academy invites you to show your school spirit with our line of merchandise and apparel. These items make great gifts for Enlightium students and their families!

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Tutoring Services

Tutoring Services

With Enlightium's tutoring sessions, you'll love seeing your child utilize the tools he or she needs to comprehend confusing coursework in language arts, world languages, advanced math, and other subjects.

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Elementary School Electives

Elementary School Electives

Courses include Health Quest.

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Offline Electives

Offline Electives

Offline electives are electives not taken through Ignitia (the curriculum used by Enlightium Academy). Physical Education, Home Economics, and many more are available.

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