Parent Notices

Summer Food Service Program

All children ages 1 through 18 are eligible to receive free meals during the summer months at participating program sites. Individuals ages 19 through 21 who have been identified as having mental or physical disabilities and are following Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) through their current enrollment in educational programs also are eligible for free summer meals.

For more information or to find a location near you call 1-866-3-HUNGRY (486479), or click here to view a list of the Summer Food Service Program locations.

Notice Regarding Release of Information

For more information regarding your rights related to the release of information, please click here.

Ohio Parent Information and Resource Center

Parents and parent organizations may contact the Ohio Parent Information and Resource Center for more information about educational services in Ohio by calling 1-888-647-4629 or visit their website at www.ohiopirc.org.

Free and Reduced Lunch Policy

For more information regarding our school's meal program, please click here.

Wellness Policy

For more information regarding our school's wellness policy, please click here.

Classroom Teacher Qualifications

You have the right to know about the teaching qualifications of your child’s classroom teacher in a school receiving Title I funds. The federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act requires that any local school district receiving Title I funds must notify parents that they may ask about the professional qualifications of their child’s classroom teacher. For more information, click here.

State Mandated Assessments

For a general overview of state-mandated testing, please click here.

School Closings

For school closings, delays, and early dismissals, check out our Facebook page.

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OhioMeansJobs Career Planning Tool

The OhioMeansJobs Career Planning Tool is meant to assist educators and students with important post-secondary planning. You can find the planning tool here. Visit the OhioMeansJobs website for more information about the parent organization.

Homeless Children and Youth Policy

For information on our school's Homeless Children and Youth Policy, please click here.

To download the Identification of Homeless or Unaccompanied Youth Enrollment and Decision Appeal Form, please click here.

Non-Discrimination Policy

The Arts and College Preparatory Academy thrives on the diversity of its members. An atmosphere of respect for all will be maintained at all times. To keep everyone emotionally and physically safe, we have a zero tolerance policy toward discriminatory or threatening language or behavior, as well as drug and alcohol use.

The Arts and College Preparatory Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate in our hiring practices or student admissions on the basis of race, ethnicity, country of origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, religion, class, or age.

Equal Education Opportunity

It is the policy of ACPA to provide an equal education opportunity for all students.

Individuals With Disabilities

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act provide that no individual will be discriminated against on the basis of disability. ACPA offers a variety of special education programs and services to students identified as having a disability defined by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

School-Parent Compact

For information on our school's Title I School-Parent Compact, please click here.

Parental Participation Policy

The Arts and College Preparatory Academy expects parents of students to be actively involved in the student’s education. In order for our faculty and staff to effectively educate our children, we welcome our parents as partners. To find out more about our Parental Participation policy, please click here.

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