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St. Croix Prep's plan for navigating COVID-19

Technology Access

St. Croix Preparatory Academy supports the use of school-provided technology assets and services (e.g. computers, mobile labs, laptops, access to the Internet, electronic information, programs, textbooks, services, and networks). SCPA’s goals in providing the SCPA Technology Assets and Services to students are to stimulate creativity and innovation; encourage communication and collaboration; promote research and information fluency; support critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making; and teach digital citizenship. Access to the SCPA Technology Assets and Services is a privilege and not a right. Any inappropriate, unauthorized or illegal use of the SCPA Technology Assets and Services may result in cancellation of some or all privileges and will result in appropriate disciplinary action, up to and including expulsion and possible referral to law enforcement.

Homework Expectations

SCPA curriculum is an academically rigorous and content rich language based program. Homework is important and must to be done on time. Late daily assignments receive zero credit. When completing assignments for any SCPA class, you will be expected to turn in your best-quality work. A student may be placed on Academic Probation for the Quarter if they receive a D or an F in one or more Core classes. Core classes include Math, Social Studies, Science, Language Arts, Reading and, Logic/Latin. If a student receives two or more D’s or F’s as Quarter grades, in two or more Core classes, he or she will be required to repeat the grade level.


St. Croix Prep does not tolerate bullying, cyber bullying, hazing, or harassment. Specific policies and procedures are noted in the Family Handbook. St. Croix Prep is committed to maintaining a safe environment for students to attain high academic standards and to promote healthy relationships.

Communication Process with Faculty

The communication procedure for issues with teachers is as follows:

  • Direct communication with the teacher.
  • Direct communication with the division if the matter remains unresolved.
  • Direct communication with the Executive Director if the matter remains unresolved.