Welcome

Welcome to the 2021-2022
school year at Prince Chapman Academy!
 
We hope you've had a wonderful summer and are thrilled to welcome all of you back to a new year full of learning and growing. We value parent involvement and look forward to working with you throughout the school year. 
  Renee Hutter - Principal
    Justin Hoering - Assistant Principal

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2021-2022 School Supply List



 School Schedule

Students Enter Building:         7:20 a.m.
 Tardy Bell:                               7:45 a.m.
 School Dismiss:                       2:20 p.m.
Wednesday Dismissal:             1:55 p.m.





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i-Parent
 
The technology department has created an iTunes U course for EACS parents called i-Parent.  The course will communicate to parent various aspects of the Blended Learning Initiative including the iPad 1:1.  Examples of materials already posted in i-Parent are the iPad Deployment Night video, the EACS Student Technology Handbook, links to useful websites such as the EACS LiveBinder, and the "First 14 Days" video tutorials.  Parents can be automatically enrolled in the iTunes course by going to their child's iPad and pressing the iParent icon.  Most of the materials can also be viewed by going to the EACS website.  The technology department will continue to add information to keep parents informed of the various details surrounding our Blended Learning Initiative.

Prince Chapman Academy's annual report card information can be found at.. 

https://compass.doe.in.gov/dashboard/overview.aspx?type=school&id=0043




ALLEN COUNTY SCHOOLS LAUNCH SLOW. STOP. STAY. CAMPAIGN
Allen County's four public school districts, with support from Parkview Health Trauma Services, launched a public service announcement (PSA) reminding drivers to stop for school buses. Superintendent Hissong said, "The surrounding Allen County School Districts are partnering together to help students, drivers and the community aware of the need to increase safety for our children.  East Allen County Schools is excited to be a part of the SLOW. STOP. STAY. Campaign."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfTZAr8IUTI




East Allen County Schools recognizes the importance of meeting the needs of the whole child. As part of these efforts, we’ve recently hired two Social and Emotional Learning coaches. Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) can be defined as the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.

There are many benefits of social-emotional learning interventions including increased academic performance, increased graduation rates, better employability skills, less substance abuse, less juvenile crime, reduction in stress, and many other positive long-term effects lasting into adulthood.

We’ll be sharing more on SEL with you in the future. In the interim, feel free to connect with our SEL coaches for more information.
Heather Hunley (SEL Secondary Coach) - HHunley@eacs.K12.in.us
Sarah Hartman (SEL Elementary Coach) -
SHartman@eacs.K12.in.us






RECENT NEWS
School Suppies
2021-22 School Supply List
07/16/2021
The next school year is quickly approaching. Here is the School Supply List for the 2021-22 school year.
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Immunizations
07/17/2018
Please be sure your child’s immunizations are up to date PRIOR TO the first day of school on August 13. Students entering grades K, 6, and 12 are typically due for immunization updates.
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