The Ohio Department of Education is now requiring QDA (and all eSchools) to calculate attendance based on hours instead of days. QDA has created the following extended offline learning opportunities form that students can complete if they are working offline for an extended period of time.
Examples of Extended Offline Learning Opportunities:
How to access the Extended Offline Learning Form
There is a link in the attendance notice once you log in or you can click here.
Event Sold Out
Performing Arts Center at Kent State Tuscarawas
330 University Drive NE, New Philadelphia, OH 44663
September 27, 2016 at 12:30 pm
Using the power of live Ohio hawks owls, falcons, and vultures, this newly revamped program engages students into the lives of raptors. Students learn the natural history of these birds and their survival stories. Student are engaged in connecting with conservation issues and becoming empowered to take action and give back through personal stewardship.
Newark Earthworks and Flint Ridge
September 28, 2016
12:30-2:30 (Flint Ridge)
QDA students are free
Non-QDA students $7.00
Parents are free
The Newark Earthworks are the largest set of geometric earthen enclosures in the world. Already a National Historic Landmark, in 2006, the State of Ohio designated the Newark Earthworks as "the official prehistoric monument of the state." Learn more about the earthworks by visiting the Great Circle Museum. Earthworks as a sacred site. After the tour of the Earthworks, we will travel to Flint Ridge. Flint Ridge is an amazing and beautiful place. Flint revolutionized the way the Hopewell people lived. They learned to quarry it, shape it, and trade it. Flint Ridge was a busy place for thousands of years and played an important role in the lives of the Mound Builders. The QDA students will take part in visiting the gift shop, and two hand-on activities. Please bring a sack lunch.
99 Cooper Avenue
Newark, OH 43055
Flint Ridge Location
15300 Flint Ridge Rd
Glenford, OH 43739