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All KIPP Nashville students will begin Semester 2 in full virtual learning on January 5, and we will remain in virtual learning through at least February 1. We will continue to watch MNPS in the new year and look to their guidance around potential reopening. While we are in distance learning, we will continue to do what it takes to be able to reopen safely and welcome students back into our buildings again.
We recognize this is an incredibly difficult situation for families. In order to help meet childcare needs, we are once again partnering with the YMCA to offer childcare centers at our Ewing Park and Antioch locations. While school is operating remotely, free childcare for essential workers is available for children ages 5-12 and you can apply here. These childcare centers are run through the YMCA and will begin operating on Monday, November 30. Please note these spots are first come first served.
We’re so thankful for the resilience and support our families and staff have shown through this pandemic and we look forward to getting through this together.
As of April 6, Collegiate has transitioned to uploading daily learning resources on Google Classroom. All students in 9th through 12th grade should log in to their teacher’s individual Google Classroom pages in order to access the videos, materials, and assignments. Please refer to the below course schedule to review which classes will post new content on each day of the week. Additionally, please review the sample student schedule to help your student create strong habits as they engage with remote learning resources while school is closed.
Algebra 2 | AP Computer Science | AP World History Overview and AP World History Content | Chemistry | Composition II | Geometry | Resource Geometry | Modern World History Overview Modern World History Content Modern World History Learning Packet-Lundgren| Pre AP English 2 Overview | P.E.
Algebra 2 | American Rhetoric and Literature | Biology| AP Calculus AB | AP Calculus Formula List | AP Language and Composition | AP U.S. History | College Readiness 11 | Composition III | Heritage Spanish Overview and Heritage Spanish Content | Honors U.S. History | Pre-Calculus
AP Calculus AB | AP Language and Composition | AP Literature | AP Statistics | AP U.S. Government Exam Review | College Readiness 12| Calculus Formulas Reference | Composition IV | Heritage Spanish Overview and Heritage Spanish Content | Physics| P.E.
Comcast and Xfinity announced all their hotspots are free. Comcast Free Internet Essentials broadband program gives families 60 days of free internet. To sign up go to their website www.internetessentials.com or call 1-855-846-8376 for English and 1-855-765-6995 for Spanish. Visit wifi.xfinity.com for more information on their hotspots.
Thanks to updated federal guidelines, all breakfast and lunch meals will now be offered at no cost to all families. This means that all children ages 18 or younger, regardless of their free/reduced/paid eligibility status is, may receive FREE meals from any KIPP Nashville or MNPS meal pick-up location. Parents/guardians may pick up meals without their children being present.
Starting Monday, November 30, the meal pick-up schedule at our campuses will be as follows:
For each campus, bus routes will take place on the same days of the week as the on-campus pickups. Click here to see a list of bus stop locations and times.
Please note: any child 18 or younger may receive meals from any MNPS bus stop or school three days a week. Information about MNPS’s schedule and bus stops can be found here: mnps.org/nutrition
Second Harvest Food Bank will be operating out of additional community-based sites, and those in need should call 615-329-3491 or 2-1-1 for more information.
Financial Assistance for Families Impacted by COVID-19
PBS Kid Daily Newsletter with Activities & Resources
Best Websites for Kids (All Ages)
Activities for Kids to Do at Home (All Ages)
Best Learning Apps & Games for Kids (All Ages)
Educational Activities to Do at Home (Ages 3 to 12)
This is a possibility, and we are waiting on guidance from the Tennessee Department of Education and Metro Nashville Public Schools. The state legislature passed a bill waiving the 180 instructional day requirement. We will update all our families as soon as we have more information.
The school will reach back out to you with a date/time for pickup of all remaining materials. Please do not attempt to stop by the school before that time.
Our team is working on a plan for continued remote learning should that be necessary. These plans would be communicated through school principals and leadership teams to families and students.
It is likely grades for the year will be based off of Q1, Q2 and Q3 and not include Q4 grades. We are waiting on guidance from the Tennessee Department of Education and Metro Nashville Public Schools.
We are currently waiting on guidance from the State Board and MNPS on promotion requirements. We are prioritizing working with our seniors at this time to ensure they have the credits they need to graduate on time.
We are waiting on guidance from the Tennessee Department of Education and Metro Nashville Public Schools.
Reach out to the Director of Operations or Principal at your school.
Right now, online learning assignments are optional and not being graded. Teachers are still providing feedback to students on all turned in assignments. These assignments and feedback will help prevent learning loss during these weeks of closure.
The College Board has announced that all AP assessments will be taken at home. All Collegiate students should now have Chromebooks and will be able to take the exams online. You’ll also have the option to write your responses by hand and submit a photo. The College Board will support students through exam day with testing date options and free resources. For more information and a schedule of exam dates, visit https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students
We are committed to providing services to students during this period. These services include regular check-ins with a learning specialist, small group lessons via Zoom, and providing differentiated assignments. Students should also be receiving Speech and Language, OT, and PT services through our provider, Project Play. If you have a student who receives any of these services and you have not heard from Project Play, please contact your child’s teacher.
All four KIPP Nashville campuses are distributing free breakfast and lunch meals during weekdays. Please see the “food resources” section of this web page for specific dates and pickup times.
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All KIPP Nashville students will begin Semester 2 on January 5 in full virtual learning. We will remain in virtual learning through at least February 1.
Students can access their online learning HERE. To log in, use your school email account that ends in @kippnash.org and school password. If you don’t know your account information, contact your school. To access information about our reopening, click HERE.