Student commitment is the completion of each online class. For full-time enrollment, the commitment to the program is described in the student’s 4-Year Education Plan and meets individual student needs as determined by ARISE staff and the student’s family.
- Within the first 14 days of the course, if student is not making adequate progress, the Local Mentor/Teacher, in cooperation with parents or personal/family coach, may the student. A failing grade will be placed on the student’s transcript for any dropped class beyond the 14 days.
- Students may be terminated for not keeping pace with assignments. Attendance for School District of Janesville, ARISE Virtual Academy students are measured by keeping a log of their work, submission of assignments and activities, communication with the teacher, discussion threads and any other teacher directed activities and interaction with online lessons.
- If a student fails to be actively involved in a course for 7 consecutive days without cause and prior teacher communication, the student may be terminated as indicated in the policies and procedures.
- If the child leaves ARISE to enter traditional school, alternative-learning activities may be provided. These activities may include online courses, enrichment, or remedial activities as determined by the Local Mentor/Teacher.