On March 13th the school closed to students and we launched phase one of our transition to distance learning. During this phase, staff has been available to assist students and provide feedback with any previously assigned assignments and projects. Our advisors also scheduled check-ins with their advisees to see how they were doing. We have also been working to determine the technological access of our students. Starting Monday, March 23rd, we will transition to phase two of our transition plan. During this phase, we will roll out more structured schedules, protocols and expectations for communications. Teachers will be sharing recommended assignments which students can complete to keep up with making progress towards mastery. We will have routine office hours for each subject area and advisory.
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All school activities and events scheduled on Friday, March 13, 2020 through Sunday, April 5, 2020 are cancelled, in accordance with the Governor’s guidance. Stay up to date with our Covid-19 Updates page linked below:
All school activities and events scheduled on Friday, March 13, 2020 through Sunday, April 5, 2020 are cancelled, in accordance with the Governor’s guidance. Given the quick evolution of this situation, at this time, we are not in a place to transform our current project-based model into an entirely virtual one for an extended period of time in an equitable manner. However, teachers will be available through email during this time. Students are encouraged to continue working on previously assigned projects, revise previously submitted projects, and complete missing assignments and work for incomplete courses. Any guidance on recovering the learning that may be lost during a potential school closing will come from the Michigan Department of Education. Read the FULL STORY for more details.
FlexTech High Schools, a network of three project- and competency-based high schools in Michigan, were on a quest to boost learner agency – and we knew that student self-assessment needed to play a role.
All school activities and events scheduled on Friday, March 13, 2020 through Sunday, April 12, 2020 are cancelled, in accordance with the Governor’s guidance. Please click "Read full story" for additional details. Thank you.
FlexTech High School will be hosting a Spring Variety Show on Friday 4/17 at 7:30PM. Stay tuned for more details!
"The administration at Flex Tech listens to parents, and is always looking for opportunities to make the school better. The teachers at Flex Tech are very accessible to both students and parents."
"My son loves attending Flex Tech. He feels there is not as much stress and he likes the small classes because they are less overwhelming. The approach to learning is a lot different, which he likes because not everyone learns the same way."
"My daughter loves attending Flex Tech because it's a smaller school with smaller class sizes, a very comfortable atmosphere and the students receive individualized attention from the teachers."
"The curriculum is designed around my son's strengths and his weaknesses. It has everything he needs to graduate including flexibility. The teachers are so supportive of my son. They want him to succeed and do everything they can to see his successes. It's the BEST move we made concerning his schooling."