LEMI Partnership Program 2018 - 2019

K-12 in Utah 

or K-6 in Idaho





The program fills quickly.  After the program is full, students may join our wait list.


 To  be in the LEMI Program, choose direct Providers and then LEMI - Full-Shedule ..." for all classes but tech and homeroom in your schedule.


Do not register if you are currently enrolled in a different charter school or public school.

If accepted, you may then:

1. Finish Registration

2. Select your classes and programs. 


1. How to finish registration after you have been accepted into the partnership program:

1. Fill out Online Registration for students ages 5-18 
2. Upload Immunization Records OR Exemptions (for new students.)
3. Upload birth certificate (for new students.)
4. Upload Vision Screening if K-3 (for new students.)

Please upload the information within the 2 weeks given when this information is requested from you or you will be withdrawn from the program.


LEMI Education Partnership Program


2018 – 2019 School Year
Summary


In the state of Utah, LEMI offers a partnership program for students, ages 5- 18. Students who complete the following procedures, can get LEMI classes and other educational cost paid for (pending enrollment availability!)  * There is no guarantee that you will make it into the program. 


In Idaho the program is for k-6 grades or (ages 5-11)

Program Overview

To participate in the our LEMI Partnership Program, eligible students will be enrolled in a public school. This Partnership Program will allow the schools to pay students’ tuition for LEMI Education courses and other educational reimbursements.

Students only need to physically go to a testing location 1-4 times per school year to take an assessment, and they do not need to live close to a charter school to qualify for the LEMI Partnership Program.  However, they do need to live in the state of Utah or Idaho.


How it Works
 

There are three age groups when participating in the LEMI Education program.


Age 5 Kindergarten is considered Half Day so all reimbursements are half, coming to $500.


They also receive access to these programs at no cost:

  • BrainPop
  • Study Island
  • Ed City
  • Timez Attack
  • U.E.N.

and more.


They will be enrolled in three classes: Math, Language Arts, Science or Social Studies. They will also get to be in their choice of tech courses worth $350.  


Ages 6-11: In both Idaho and Utah

K-6 students must have a sibling in a 6-12th grade in a Scholar Project to join in Utah. Click Here to see the Scholar Projects in Utah.


Classes: 

Math

Language Arts

Science or Social Studies

1 or 2 elective or core courses.

one Tech class from the technology catalog

Choose also from LEMI online options, or classes for younger students or classes offered by one of its commonwealth schools or co-op groups, online programs, stay at home education plans, or totally individualize and personalize it.



Ages 12-16:

Students must be enrolled in at LEMI Scholar Project to be in the program in Utah!


Classes:

Math

Language Arts

Science or Social Studies

A Technology course from the Catalog

1 or 2 electives or core classes

​Choose also from classes and Scholar Projects through LEMI and one of its commonwealth schools or co-op groups offering LEMI Scholar Projects or from a myriad of online courses.


Ages 16-18:

Students must be enrolled in at LEMI Scholar Project to be in the program in Utah!


Self-Directed Scholar - The Edison Project -  Personalized Mentoring specifically for the student ready to direct his or her own studies.  Class options range from online courses to independent private tutoring.  Literally hundreds of options to choose from.


Classes earn Credit at School of enrollment. 
Participate in state testing and reporting as instructed. Sage testing can be opted out of for Utah. ISAT and IRI in Idaho cannot.


New students submit a Birth Certificate and Proof of Immunization or exemption (No exceptions.)
Graduation is not required. In fact, LEMI recommends the alternative of getting into college while in high school.


Meet Class Requirements and report on your work according to the method you choose.
Pass/Fail for LEMI Students with Passing grades 80% or higher.


Important Details


Who is eligible?


K-5 students must have a sibling in a 6-12th grade in a Scholar Project to join. Click Here to see the Scholar Projects.
6-12 students must be enrolled in at LEMI Scholar Project to be in the program!
There are a limited number of seats in the LEMI Partnership Program. Seats are awarded in the schools according to the states laws, but the earlier applications usually get in first.

It is anticipated that the number of available seats will grow each academic year. Students who attempt to enroll after all seats are taken will be placed on a Wait List, and they will be notified when a spot opens up in the program for the current or subsequent academic year. Students should be at least 5 years old by September 1st.


For unanswered Questions, inquire by emailing officelemi@gmail.com.

Immunizations  (New students only)

To enroll a student in a publicly-funded school, parents are required to submit proof of immunization for their student, or provide the required, completed exemption forms in order to be considered fully enrolled. Any immunization record provided by a licensed physician, registered nurse, or public health official will be accepted as certification of immunization. 


LEMI partnership students choose the "Direct to college or work" route.  This is so they have the flexibility to take the courses that will benefit them the most.  

State Testing 

All students of a publicly-funded school, distance learning or part-time students will need to participate in state tests.  These tests are designed to see if your student is doing ok or let you know if an area needs attention.  We understand that the test do not show all of your students learning or knowledge.  (Utah students can opt out of the SAGE testing if desired.)

The schools administer the test at many locations. They coordinate the most convenient testing site location, date and time for your family. Coordinators contact the parents before testing to schedule when and where would work best for the family.  Upon request your student can be tested for disabilities and given accommodations in testing if needed.  Please apply for testing early as it takes time to do this.

Students only need to physically go to testing from one to four times a year depending on what tests they are taking.  Some tests are given over the internet through Skype or other software.  You do not need to live near a school to be enrolled in that school, but you do need to live in Utah or Idaho.


Attendance Requirement


Attendance and grades are based on participation, completion and proficiency of assignments.  However we encourage you to track your time per subject or keep a portfolio of your work for documentation purposes.  Student attendance may be tracked also as this is how some funding is awarded for the schools.

Credit and Accreditation

Because the schools are accredited, academic credit awarded at these schools is portable to other accredited schools, and recognized by colleges and universities.

Enrollment in Additional Public Schools

High school students who enroll in the LEMI Partnership Program will be able to enroll in one or two classes with one of their local district schools.  Not charter schools.  These classes do cost and use up reimbursements.(Driver's Ed does not count as a class and can come from reimbursements.)


LEMI Distance Reimbursements

Students in the LEMI Partnership Program are eligible for student reimbursements according to age and classes (Money for classes, books, seminars, field trips, etc). 

Proper registration and on-time reporting and state testing are required at the set times in order for families to receive payments.


    Timing
Priority is given to those students wishing to return to the program, then to siblings of current students, and finally to new students according to the state lottery selection, usually on a first come first serve basis.


LEMI Distance Offerings  

6-12 grade students can choose from the LEMI Line up of Scholar Projects:

Shakespeare Conquest
Key of Liberty
Sword of Freedom
The Hero Project 
Pyramid Project
The Georgic Project
Quest I & II (TJYC 1 & 2)
Quest III (TJYC 3)
Classical Acting



LEMI also allows you to choose from a large selection of online courses.

Late or Mid-Year Registrants

No student will be allowed to register with any of the schools, in any semester, after the deadlines for the school year.

 Questions?  Email Officelemi@gmail.com or call (435)-419
-0060

HELP +1.4354190060

LEMI Education Partnership Program!