COVID-19 Scholar and Family Resources
Internet Resources For Families
Bay Area Resources
Central Valley Resources
Los Angeles Resources
Memphis, TN Resources
For Meal Distribution information, click into your regional resources page within our left sidebar.
We are entering into a new normal as an Aspire community, and our team is working relentlessly to provide the best resources, most up-to-date information, and ongoing opportunities for our scholars to continue learning and connecting during these unprecedented times.
Distance Learning Hub
The Distance Learning Hub will serve as homebase for all things digital learning. This hub will house Google Classroom, where Aspire teachers will be posting academic resources and daily activities for students, along with an array of resources for scholars and families that will help guide this brand-new learning experience.
Serving Students with Acute Needs
In alignment with State guidance that allows us to serve students with acute needs in-person, even when in the purple tier, we will begin to offer in-person supports to a small subset of students as conditions improve. We will also resume in-person special education assessments in accordance with our data thresholds. Read more from the latest ParentSquare communications from your region, also located on our scholar and family resources page.
Aspire will follow rigorous safety protocols, outlined by the CDC and the California Department of Public Health, for anyone entering the building for an assessment. A COVID self-assessment (see how-to guide here) will need to be completed each day a student will be present on campus. Parents can complete for each of their students through their PowerSchool parent portal account or students can complete themselves through their student portal account.
We recognize that this may raise further questions from our families about how we will conduct these assessments and if and when we may provide other services. If you have additional questions, please reach out to your Regional Director of Special Education.
Regional Resources Pages
Each of the regional pages, located within the left sidebar, catalog community resources to help navigate current circumstances in and out of the classroom. From device and meal distribution details to COVID-19 communications, we will update region-specific information as frequently as needed in order to provide the details our families need.
We cannot wait for the day when we are together again on our campuses. Until then and long after, we are here to listen, grow, and adjust each and every day.