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  • School Climate & Community / Community
    Learning Services English Language Learners Program Summer Academy Communications Board of Education Board of Education Superintendent s Office District Policies Athletics Parent Student Parent Student Links Staff Directory Course Sites on Canvas Photo Gallery Arts Theatre Arts Music Visual Arts Canvas Director of Student Community Engagement School Home Community Resources International Multicultural Social and Emotional Development School Climate Community Community Bexley Town Hall Meeting This monthly gathering formerly known as Family Civic Engagement has been a means to pull in various stakeholders in the Bexley community to conduct a dialogue about ways to overcome students non academic barriers to success Led by Bexley Schools Director of Student and Community Engagement the meetings move around the community and involved various participants from the Library Director to the Police Chief to personnel from Jewish Family Services All are invited to discuss solutions and action Watch the district calendar for future dates Read more about Bexley s programming to overcome non academic barriers Middle School South Sudan Project Fundraising and increasing awareness http www thisweeknews com content stories bexley news 2015 05 22 walking makes a difference html Comments 1 Tackling uncomfortable issues Dispatch looks at Bexley programs to remove non academic barriers

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/817 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Climate & Community / Resources
    Clinics School Climate Community Technology Teaching Learning Services English Language Learners Program Summer Academy Communications Board of Education Board of Education Superintendent s Office District Policies Athletics Parent Student Parent Student Links Staff Directory Course Sites on Canvas Photo Gallery Arts Theatre Arts Music Visual Arts Canvas Director of Student Community Engagement School Home Community Resources International Multicultural Social and Emotional Development School Climate Community Student and Community Engagement by Report to the Board of Education September 2014 SCCC report to BoE August 2014 pptx 4 00 MB Last Modified on September 16 2014 Comments 1 Bexley City Schools 40 Developmental Assets Report 2013 by BexleyDevAssets2013 pdf 1 45 MB Last Modified on September 27 2013 Comments 1 BMS 40 Developmental Assets Report 2013 by MSDevAssetsData2013 pdf 1 39 MB Last Modified on September 27 2013 Comments 1 BHS 40 Developmental Assets Report 2013 by BHSDevAssetsData2013 pdf 1 41 MB Last Modified on September 27 2013 Comments 1 Me and My World Report by Me and My World Report Bexley Grades 4 5 MMW90017Report Gr 4 5 pdf 555 32 KB Last Modified on August 23 2013 Comments 1 ADAMH Tip of the Month As the temperatures drop children are

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/814 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Climate & Community / International/Multicultural
    of Education Superintendent s Office District Policies Athletics Parent Student Parent Student Links Staff Directory Course Sites on Canvas Photo Gallery Arts Theatre Arts Music Visual Arts Canvas Director of Student Community Engagement School Home Community Resources International Multicultural Social and Emotional Development School Climate Community I nternational Multicultural Program A positive school climate where teachers and students feel safe and supported and where diversity is appreciated and respected is vital for high student achievement Bexley Schools faculty and staff work with Kimberly Brazwell School and Community Support Specialist to produce activities that prepare students to be effective citizens in the global community of today and tomorrow Specific program goals are Recognize and appreciate the pluralistic heritage of the United States and countries around the world Recognize and appreciate the multiple interconnections and interdependence of the global community Acquire knowledge attitudes and skills necessary to respond to local national and global events Prepare to be effective participants in the global community The district s international multicultural education programs help educators examine various techniques for creating an equitable learning climate for all students regardless of culture ethnicity race language age gender sexual orientation exceptionality family style social status religion and belief systems Recent Projects Bexley High School established a Model African Union student organization inviting students to step into the shoes of an African ambassador engage in global issues and consider natural resources health care humanitarianism relief and safety among selected countries Bexley s MAU students meet regularly and collaborate with students from Columbus high schools including Columbus International High School Ohio State students from Africa or with ties to Africa are helping the student members conduct their research Bexley Middle School students participate in a year long project based on the book A Long Walk to Water about South Sudan

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/163 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Climate & Community / Social and Emotional Development
    schools are committed to social and emotional matters and charged with researching and implementing programs that fit best with the school s culture and community Chris Kaune at Montrose Erica Hecker at Maryland Eric Acton at Cassingham Nate Maier at Bexley Middle School and Tom Chrysler at Bexley High School Parents or students with ideas about promoting social and emotional health of Bexley students can talk to their school principals or contact the Social Emotional chairpersons listed above Guided by Student Survey Data The school district collects information from students and uses data from the Franklin County PPAAUS to figure out the best ways to help students thrive as they mature Forming the basis for school policies in this area is the 40 Developmental Assets model that calls for intentional action on the part of the entire community including parents businesspersons teachers religious and city institutions and all Bexley residents as well as the students themselves The most recent Search Institute survey results from spring 2013 are available for review under Resources as well as Me and My World survey results for grades four through six District wide Measures Guided by Ohio Department of Education Standards and national guidelines addressing healthy school climate Bexley has recently implemented several important measures 1 School administrators have simplified the process for students and parents who need to report cases of bullying hazing and harassment A click on the button Incident Report on the BexleySchools org Web site home page leads to an explanation of policies and means for reporting A student may also talk to a teacher a counselor or school principal Either type of report is treated with confidentiality to protect the privacy of all the people involved and a school administrator refrains from taking action until the report has been discussed

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/164 (2016-04-30)
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  • Learning Services English Language Learners Program Summer Academy Communications Board of Education Board of Education Superintendent s Office District Policies Athletics Parent Student Parent Student Links Staff Directory Course Sites on Canvas Photo Gallery Arts Theatre Arts Music Visual Arts Canvas Calendar Parent Access to Canvas How to Create a Parent Account in CANVAS By creating a parent account in Canvas you will be linked to your student and the courses classrooms their participating in This process will enable you to view a vast array of course content and detailed assignment information effectively shadowing the student through the Bexley Schools experience using CANVAS To sign up for an account please follow the steps below Step 1 To sign up for a Parent Account go to http bexleyschools instructure com Click on Parent of a Canvas User Step 2 Fill in the following form When you do this for the first time you will need your student with you so they may enter their network username and passcode for the first time Once you are in the system you can then connect additional students to your parent account After you have created an account you will login with your email address Step 3 The system will send you an email to confirm your registration Please click on the link in the email before going any further otherwise you ll see this eventually In the email click the link titled Click Here To Finish the Registration Process Create a passcode select your timezone and click register Step 4 Now you can login Step 5 To connect additional students to your parent account Click on Settings in the top left corner and then Observing in the left navigation bar This is where you can add additional students Step 6 Notification Settings Click Notifications

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  • sites The school district will continue to block student access to social networkingsites Students will have access todistrict email Sakai and other services 12 Where can my student scomputing device connect to the Internet Studentsmay connect to the Wi Fi network using their devices in classrooms libraries cafeterias and across the green areas of campus 13 Does my student need toregister his her device at school Studentsare not required to register their devices with the district 14 Will parents have accessto the Bexley Schools Wi Fi network after school hours for PTO meetings sporting events and the like Yes A Bexley Schools Guest Network will be accessible after school hoursthrough the use of a guest password This passcode will change frequently andbe posted at key locations in the district If the meeting is during the school day the meeting organizer maycoordinate access with the Technology Department for a specialized passcode Students 15 Am I still heldaccountable for the Acceptable Use and Internet Safety Policy even though thisis my own personal device Yes The policy for Bexley Schools remains in effect even when you are usingyour own personal device Each time youattempt to access the network at school you will be prompted to accept theterms of service including the AcceptableUse Policy AUP 16 Why am I filtered on myown device Shouldn t I be able to see what I want to on my own device All network traffic is filtered for your protection and the protection of theschool which must comply with the policies of the Bexley Board of Education aswell as the U S government s Children s Internet Protection Act CIPA Thenetwork you are using while at school belongs to Bexley City Schools and willbe filtered 17 What are some examplesof inappropriate use The student uses personal software or an application on his herdevice that is not appropriate for a school environment The student takes pictures audio video or images during classof other students and sends them electronically without first asking permission The teacher has given permission to use the device but thestudent chooses to disregard the teacher s directions Student uses the device to share or display materials obtainedoutside of the school filtering mechanisms or in a way that violates districtpolicy The student records a video without the permission of theteacher A student bypasses the school Wi Fi network to use an unfiltered3G or 4G network A student does not provide staff upon request identifyinginformation for device such as serial number mac address etc I don t have my own personal device to bring to school Will I be penalized or miss out on instruction No it is not mandatory for students to bring a device even if they own one Personal devices provide one way to enhance learning in the classroom Learning can be enhanced greatly for the entire class even if only a handful of students have a device 19 I brought my iPad toschool to use in the classroom but my teacher said I couldn

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  • English Language Learners Program / Home
    Services English Language Learners Program Summer Academy Communications Board of Education Board of Education Superintendent s Office District Policies Athletics Parent Student Parent Student Links Staff Directory Course Sites on Canvas Photo Gallery Arts Theatre Arts Music Visual Arts Canvas Home English Language Learners Program Bexley City School District s program for English Language Learners ELLs is guided by the idea that a new language is learned best when learned within the context of real life experiences Bexley students in the program set classroom goals and pick projects to learn words and their meanings by completing activities that connect them with the American culture while honoring their own culture and language Higher Numbers of Students Like many school districts across the United States Bexley has seen increases in the number of entering students who need additional support in learning the English language Many of these students are immigrants and all qualifying school districts receive some support from the U S Department of Education to fund programs to assist students in learning English ENL Teachers The district employs a full time ELL teacher who works to support students learning English as a New Language ENL Languages spoke by Bexley s ELL students and their families include Amharic Arabic Chinese French German Hebrew Italian Icelandic Japanese Kazak Omoo Afraan Portuguese Punjabi Russian Spanish Thai Urdu and Vietnamese Faculty member Tiffany Meyer is highly qualified and thoroughly trained in the field of language acquisition she spends quality time with their students both in and out of school Learning Opportunities ELL students participate in experiential and field learning opportunities such as hatching heirloom chicken eggs growing vegetables visits to COSI exhibits and Slate Run Farm They are supported with technology Rosetta Stone Brain Pop Brain Pop ESL Study Island Reading A to Z RAZ

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/278 (2016-04-30)
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  • Communications / Communications/Public Information
    Strategic Priorities Staff Directory District Forms Programs Curriculum Special Education Gifted Education Food Services Health Clinics School Climate Community Technology Teaching Learning Services English Language Learners Program Summer Academy Communications Board of Education Board of Education Superintendent s Office District Policies Athletics Parent Student Parent Student Links Staff Directory Course Sites on Canvas Photo Gallery Arts Theatre Arts Music Visual Arts Canvas Communications Public Information District Notification System Communications Program Community participation in Bexley City Schools is essential to promote and maintain the quality of education for all students Board policy KC A planned school community relations program encourages citizen participation in and support for the educational program To this end the Bexley Schools employs a part time district Public Information Coordinator who is charged with developing a Bexley Communications Plan providing a public awareness and understanding of the strengths and needs of the Bexley City Schools and actively promoting the district s excellent programs students and staff To download copies of district publications such as the quarterly newsletter Checkpoints to the Community or the Annual Report visit Quick Look on the home page Key Communicator Emails To receive twice weekly email messages about district achievements programs and events via

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/133 (2016-04-30)
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