Due to the demand for access to ADLC, it has been necessary for us to review Student Instruction (SI) course completion timelines to ensure equitable access for all schools and students.
Effective for the 2020-21 school year, we will be implementing strict timelines for senior high school SI courses that parallel timelines for course completion present in community schools. For instance, high school students registering in a 5-credit course are expected to complete the course in five months.
In the coming school year, a timeline for the submission of each assessment will accompany all student SI course registrations and includes a scheduled end date. Students, registering schools and ADLC teachers are expected to know these dates. Adherence to the timeline will result in higher student learning and achievement and course completion. Students not meeting the scheduled timeline will be addressed by their course teachers. Any questions or concerns should be discussed with the course teacher at the time of registration. See the Student Progression Flowchart below.
Choosing a Timeline End Date At Registration
Timeline End Date options are shown at the time of registration (options vary by course and are updated through the year – example below). A selection must be made to complete the registration.
Note: The Timeline End Date is for coursework purposes only and not a registration withdrawal date. The Timeline Start Date automatically defaults to the Registration Date. Timeline Start/End Dates can be modified in the Current Enrollments page, if required, by the ADLC teacher after registration is complete.
For more information about the Timeline Feature in the ADLC Student Information System (SIS), click here.
Updated October 22, 2020