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    • HTA Informational Session
    • Enrollment Steps
      • Step 1: Complete the online application.  Go to hawaiitechacademy.org.  Click on the “Enroll Now” tab to get started.]
      • Step 2: Turn in ALL of the required documents. You can find the list of documents on our website under Step 2 of the “Enroll Now” page.
      • Step 3: Schedule a placement assessment.  A member of our enrollment team will contact you to arrange an assessment for your child.   Applicants in grades K and 1 will take a 45-minute, face-to-face assessment.  Applicants in grades 2-9 will take a 2-hour, multiple choice online assessment.  All assessments are administered at the HTA Learning Center located in Waipahu.  
      • Step 4: Participate in a placement conference. An HTA Placement Coordinator will contact you via phone to discuss assessment results, course recommendations, and the final steps of the enrollment process.
      •  Step 5: Follow through with final enrollment paperwork.  Based on the advice from the Placement Coordinator, submit the appropriate paperwork required to finalize enrollment.
    • LC Requirements:
      Minimum of One day a Week
      Mandatory one core class
      75%+ in all classes-LC optional
      Open Tutoring Optional
      No Drop offs
      K-4-Parent Sign in Required
      MS/HS- only at LC during class times
      Possibility of new LC location
    • Learning Center Schedule
      Schedule depends on the flexibility of the family
      All days, or just one.
      Class sizes- 5-30- depending on class
      Elementary and electives, smaller class size.
      MS/HS Core classes- more students.
      1-2 hour blocks
    • Parent Training
      Introduction to OLS/LMS
      What type of learning style is your child?
      Multisensory Training
      Specific Grade Level Training
      LMS Training for incoming HS Students
      Computer Training- PC/Mac
      Parent Mentor Program
    • Attendance
      • Online Attendance- OLS
      • Logged Daily by Learning Coach
      • If no school activity, this can also be submitted.
      • Learning Center Attendance
      • Taken by teacher
      • Mandatory
      • Vacation
      • Email to Front Office and Homeroom Teacher
      • Take Work with you, and mark online attendance
      • Make sure progress is up before you leave
    • Face To Face Conferences
      • Quarterly Meetings with Homeroom Teachers
      • Turn in Quarterly Work Samples
      • List is provided for you at the beginning of each quarter
      • PE Logs
      • 300 minutes a week- Grades 6-12
      • 150 minutes a week- Grades K-5
      • Activity logged by Learning Coach
      • CLP- Customized Learning Plan
      • When child falls behind- signed by teacher, Learning Coach, and Head of School each Quarter behind.
      • Report Cards- 2 times a year, at the end of every semester.
    • Electives
      • YMCA
      • Yearbook
      • Microsoft Office
      • iLife Suite
      • Typing Class
      • Media with a Message
      • Art
      • German
      • Chinese
      • Latin
      • Spanish
      • French
      • Japanese*
      • Gaming 2D and 3D
      • Animation 2D and 3D
      • Digital Photography
      • Polynesian Dance
      • Ukulele
      • Robotics
      • Debate
      • AP Course (Currently Core Only)
    • Clubs
      Geography Club
      Environmental Club
      Drama Club
      Manga Club
      Surfrider Club
      Book Clubs- All ages
      OIA Sports
      Bring it to the table!!!
    • Field Trips
      • USS Missouri
      • Box Car races
      • Honolulu Zoo
      • Kids Discovery Center
      • Waiamea Canyon
      • Shark’s Cove
      • Hanama Bay
      • Whale Watching
      • Ka’ala Farms
      • Pearl Harbor
      • Art Museum
      • Bishop Museum
      • Mission House
      • Hawaii Plantation Village
      • Academy of Arts
    • School Events
      • School Dances-MS/HS
      • Book Fair
      • Talent Show
      • 8th Grade Promotion
      • Back to School Beach Bash
      • Dance/Music Recital
      • Fall Festival
      • Kindergarten Graduation
      • Prom?
      • High School Graduation
    • HSA TestingHawaii State Assessments
      HTA scored among top in state, first year around 
      Testing will be done in April
      Grades 3-10
      Reading, Math
      Grades 4,6,10 Science Test also
      One week, three days
      One weeks, four days with Science
    • Random Information:
      Family Directory through K12- Find families near you to carpool
      Internet Reimbursement- $20/family/month
      Provided at the end of each semester
      Only eligible upon completion of semester
      Currently going through WASC
      BOE Certified
    • ???QUESTIONS???