Who to Contact at OHDELA
Whether your student is already enrolled at OHDELA or your family is thinking about making the switch from traditional school to online virtual school, questions and concerns inevitably come up! You may not always know who the best person is to contact—with so many OHDELA staff members available to answer your questions, choosing the right one can be difficult. To help you get in touch with the correct OHDELA staff member, we put together this list to make getting your questions answered even easier.
Main office phone: 330.253.8680 Office address: 4 Summit Park Drive, Suite 350, Independence, OH 44131
ENROLLMENT IN K-12 ONLINE SCHOOL
Do you have a question about enrolling your student at OHDELA? Whether that includes questions about the enrollment process itself, the documents necessary for enrollment or a number of other things, our enrollment specialists are ready and waiting for your call!
Speak to an enrollment specialist at OHDELA today by calling 866.509.3099.
If your student is ill or will not be logging in to complete their daily schoolwork, please remember to call the OHDELA Attendance Line to leave a message that your student will be absent.
Contact OHDELA Attendance today by calling 330.252.8917 or emailing us at email@example.com
MyChoice gives you the opportunity to spend up to $200 per student per school year on supplemental academic programs near you that directly improve the academic achievement of your student at OHDELA, and you could be reimbursed for that expense based on qualifying criteria.
To learn about the qualifying criteria or if you have any questions, please contact our My Choice Coordinator by phone at 330.253.8680, option 8 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Families enrolled at OHDELA can qualify to be reimbursed for their internet service, allowing students to access all materials necessary for their classes and ongoing academic success. Please call 330.253.8680, option 8 or email at email@example.com for more information and to find out if your family is eligible.
At OHDELA, your student will access their online education through the Accel Management Platform for Education or AMP. To help get you started in the AMP system we have developed a resource website with helpful videos and tips to ensure your success this school year!
AMP Technology and Resource Website or 4amphlp.accelschools.com
Please bookmark this site to locate these resources and so much more!
- Getting Started!
- Taking an Online School Tour
- Introduction to Your Online School
- Tips for Online Learning
- Setting up your Chromebook
- How to Login On Your First Day of School
On the website, you will also find access to live support should you need help right away. The phone number is 833.426.7457. The hours of operation are Monday – Friday 8AM to 5PM local time.
Curriculum, academic programs, and OHDELA’s approach to academics and more all fall into the category of academic programming. If you have any questions about any of OHDELA’s academic programs, OHDELA Principal Ms. Brandy Cox would be happy to answer them.
You may contact Ms. Cox at firstname.lastname@example.org
INDIVIDUAL STUDENT ASSISTANCE
For questions, concerns and information regarding your student, their assignments and their progress in their OHDELA classes, the best person to contact is their teacher. All of our teachers are available for questions and have Live Help times set up throughout the day.
The Student Services Team is here to make sure you start the year off strong and stay engaged and learning throughout the school year! They will be your primary contact for questions relating to the start of school, student services, and will provide interventions and support for students to ensure a successful academic experience at OHDELA.
CONTACT OUR STAFF
Main office phone: 330.253.8680
Head of School: Ray Lambert, email@example.com
K-8 Principal: Brandy Cox, bcox@watinlin001delak12-com
9-12 Principal: Christopher Brooks, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Services Director, Jacqueline Gray, email@example.com
Operations Manager: Katona West, firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Assessment and Intervention, Ryan Kilpatrick, email@example.com
Testing Manager: Brenda Lewis, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Records: email@example.com
LEARN ABOUT OUR OHIO K-12 ONLINE SCHOOL PROGRAM
OHDELA is an Online Public Charter School serving students throughout Ohio in grades Kindergarten through Twelfth.
OHDELA is a fully accredited online school. Our online curriculum, as implemented by state certified teachers, is aligned to the Ohio Learning Standards and provides students with the structure they need for a well-rounded educational experience.
While a certain level of independence is expected of our students at OHDELA, our teachers regularly monitor student progress. Syllabi and calendars are provided to ensure students complete lessons and activities on time and stay on track for optimal success.
In addition to our highly engaging asynchronous content, live session conferences are offered to give students an authentic environment for learning. During live session conferences, students receive explicit instruction, and teachers can assess students’ understanding in order to inform their instruction. OHDELA offers students a variety of vetted, personalized, and research-based supplemental programs to support the core content. These resources are the best the market has to offer and include iReady, IXL, Newsela, and Raz Kids.
Each student at OHDELA is unique with different abilities and talents. Engaged students may move through a more accelerated pace, while checkpoints are embedded in our learning management system to support any child who may struggle or need additional time or assistance.
To provide a level of tangibility, we offer printed materials for Grades K-3. These pencil and paper activities are developmentally beneficial for our younger learners. Our Learning Coach and Student Orientation experiences have also been revamped to provide the critical components necessary for student achievement. These new systems and enhancements, coupled with our dynamic and effective teaching staff, have been developed to ensure every child grows and reaches proficiency at OHDELA.
OHDELA participates in College Credit Plus (CCP), a program that allows students in grades 7-12 to take college classes for free that count for both high school and college credit at the same time! To begin, students apply to the Ohio college or university of their choice, are accepted into their CCP program, and then work with an OHDELA academic advisor to choose courses.
Below are some of the colleges and universities our students have attended after graduating with OHDELA:
- Columbus State Community College
- Cuyahoga Community College
- Kent State University
- Lorain Community College
- Mount Vernon Nazarene University
- Sinclair Community College
- Stark State College
- Stark State College
- University of Akron
- Washington State University
- Wright State University