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Classes start the week of August 1st. Locate your class on the menu bar at the right to access more detailed information about your class. All content and assignments are posted to google classroom daily. Outlined below are some basics to help you get started:
Laptop, composition notebooks (2), blue/black pens, colored pencils, glue, tape, ruler, calculator (from the dollar store) and scissors that can cut cardboard. (Project supplies to be assigned as needed). 
Computer Policy
Computers are to be used for academic purposes only. No gaming, movies, or "surfing."
Each quarter is worth 40% of your grade and the final exam will constitute the remaining 20% (40% + 40% + 20%= 100%).  Individual assignments will bear different point values. Classes of assignments are weighted as follows: Assessments/Projects: 40%; Investigations: 30%; Notebook: 20%; Quizzes/EdPuzzle: 10%
Late Work: 
Work is expected to be turned in on time. Late work will only be accepted for 50% credit and only if it is 100% complete. Late work, formative and summative assessments will only be accepted for one week from the date they are posted. 
Please check google classroom for content and assignments that you missed in your absence. ONE DAY for each day excused absence will be granted to make up work - this one-day grace period holds for all assignments, online work, labs and projects.
Dress Code and Uniforms:
High School and Middle School Principals will do random Uniform Checks throughout the school year. Please refer to page 42 of the Scholar and Parent Handbook for complete Uniform Expectations.
Freedom of expression, good judgment, respect for others, and safety are the foundations of the ASK Academy's approach towards scholar dress. The Academy requires that all scholars wear a prescribed uniform. Our "Dress for Success" Uniform Policy is meant to improve the learning environment and train scholars to see the importance of making a good first impression to professionals in the fields and careers related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.  This uniform policy is mandatory for all scholars. The uniform also serves as an identifier of who should and who should not be on Academy grounds. Clothing and accessories must be safe and non-distracting or disruptive to the educational program. 
The following guidelines will be observed: Tops (Shirts) - All scholars must wear an ASK polo shirt, with the ASK logo, purchased from an approved ASK vendor. The color of the ASK polo shirt identifies the scholar with their selected career pathway.
Polo shirts will not be overly baggy, nor exceedingly tight. Shoulder seams must be at the shoulders, and shirts cannot hang down below mid-thigh level.  


Middle School – Red or Light Blue  

High School –  Biomedical Sciences – Dark Green or Purple 

Engineering and Design – Royal Blue or Burgundy 

Bottoms (Pants) 

Allowable pants/slacks of solid color (khaki or black) and should meet our uniform expectations. They should be of a non-stretch, khaki or similar material. No shorts, skorts, skirts, cargo pants (pants with many pockets) are allowed.  No excessive “sagging” is allowed. The inseam of pants must be where legs and torso join.  Excessively tight pants such as spandex, yoga pants, leggings, joggers or other non-uniform fabrics are not allowed.


Shorts along with open toe-shoes are not allowed due to safety concerns with labs across all grades.


Procedure for Uniform Violations:

 - Students will be sent to the front office by Project Manager or Administration.

 - Front Office Staff will contact parents of scholars.

 - Students will have the option to have parents bring uniforms or will be allowed to look through the closet and be allowed to borrow a uniform.

- Students will be sent back to class.


After the third uniform violation the scholar will receive lunch detention.


For security, the campus gate will not open until 7:30 am (when staff is onsite) and will close at 8:00 am.  If you arrive after the gate has closed, you will need to press the green alarm button to call the office to request access.  Once in the gate, all parents will be required to enter the building and sign in their scholars if late.  Scholars will not be allowed to sign in without a parent or guardian.  


All scholars are required to be in class by 8:00.  If a scholar arrives anytime after 8:00 they will be considered tardy.  

Scholars will receive lunch detention if three tardies are reached.

Please contact The ASK Academy at [email protected] or 505-891-0757 to notify us of your scholar’s absence.