What is TPAA ?
TPAA, The Palmdale Aerospace Academy, prepares students for college and a wide variety of careers in the science and engineering fields, at the same time providing a “homegrown workforce” for a wide variety of local high tech firms. Through an innovative combination of programs designed to boost life skills as well as academic success, TPAA promise their students and their community that every student who graduates will leave here with a clear college and/or career master plan. Myfitnesspal
The Palmdale Aerospace Academy (TPAA) is located in Palmdale, California. The charter school opened to 540 students from grades seventh through ninth on September 5, 2012. Each year TPAA plans to add a grade level until it reaches 12th grade. Afterwards the school will add kindergarten through sixth grade.
The TPAA Mission
TPAA has partnered with aerospace industry employers, the City of Palmdale, the Palmdale School District and others to help their students thrive in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). TPAA prepares students for careers and college through challenging and academic hands-on activities with collaborative learning. Schoology
TPAA Login Guide
Go to the following link : https://plusportals.com/tpaa
It’s a portal for parents. Fill in your username and password. Then click on the sign in button.
If you do not manage to login, firstly, you need to recheck what personal information you offer to confirm the login information is valid or not. Secondly, it is possible that the official page is temporarily suspended, so you can only wait. Or it is also possible that the links directing to the login pages are in some trouble, then you can contact TPAA via email, they will overcome right away.
TPAA Parent Engagement
TPAA provides full opportunities for the participation of parents with limited English proficiency, parents with disabilities, and parents of migratory students, including providing information and school reports required under Section 6311 in a format and, to the extent practicable, in a language such parent understand.
The school provides on-going, regular information about its Title I programs, English learner programs, special needs programs, and migratory programs.
TPAA builds capacity for involvement of parent, each school and LEA shall:
The school assists parents in understanding academic content and achievement standards and assessments and how to monitor and improve the achievement of their children.
The school provides detailed information about the curriculum, assessments to monitor student progress, and expected proficiency levels students are expected to meet, using course syllabi, during Back to School Night and at all parent advisory meetings. In addition, information is available in the front office, on the school’s website, mailed correspondence, School Messenger all calls, and presentations during site-level parent trainings. The school may also contract with an outside/independent consultant to provide informational presentations designed to assist parents in gaining knowledge and resources necessary to support their student’s learning and academic growth