The Optimus Learning School Handbook states that on the Monday of each week, it is the teacher’s responsibility to log into students’ online grade portals (grades 7th or above) and input students’ grades in each class. For any grades lower than 70% there needs to be a written explanation that might include missing assignments, low test scores, absences or other reasons that may have affected their grades. The teacher may enter any test or project grades they received the previous week for students who do not have access to an online grade portal. This applies to students in grades 6th or below. For students who have not received a grade for two weeks, the teacher should let the Assistant Director know. It is important that teachers are knowledgeable about their students’ academic progress as well as areas they need help in. If Optimus is closed on Monday grade checks will be administered on the following week.
Tagged: After School Program in Brea, afterschool fullerton, afterschool placentiaAt Optimus we strive to instill a balance between the values of discipline and critical thinking. We are dedicated to this philosophy because we believe that it will enable students to grow successfully as individuals and in their academic careers. Optimus Learning School offers an after school program in Brea such as math help and homework help. Optimus After School Program in Brea serves Brea, Fullerton, and Yorba Linda/Placentia areas. Optimus Learning School also offers SAT, ACT, PSAT, AP, IB programs in Brea. Our classes have a small ratio, with an average of 4-5 students per teacher. We offer such classes as AP Calculus, AP Physics, AP Chemistry, AP Computer Science and various other AP classes. Students can enroll in our daily tutoring service or our once a week classes. Optimus Learning School serves Brea, Fullerton, Yorba Linda, and Placentia areas.
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