Aug Prep Weekly Reminders and Updates 1/11-1/17/21

Covid Update

We are so excited to have our in-person students back in the building on Monday!  Reminder that those who are attending school in-person start back at Aug Prep Monday, January 11. We appreciate your continued partnership in keeping our school safe!
As a reminder, it's important you report COVID symptoms or exposures to us. Please report COVID symptoms using this form or by calling the school at 414-810-1380.

Christmas may already seem long ago, but please report COVID symptoms or exposures that occurred to break over us. For example, we want to know:

  • If your child was sick over break
  • If your child or someone in your household tested positive for COVID over break
  • If your child was in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID over break

Below is an update of our current quarantines and COVID cases. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping students and staff safe!

Quarantine
As of Date Symptoms Travel Positive Close Contact Positive Test - Students and Staff Positive Rate (waves 1 & 2)
12/25/2020 4 1 12 2 0.46%
1/1/2021 0 0 1 1 0.23%
1/8/2021 0 2 4 5 1.14%

Virtual Open House

Give the gift of opportunity, invite family and friends to join our next virtual open house! We are now accepting applications for all grades, please share this registration form with interested families!

New In-School Clinic Phone Number!

The Sixteenth Street in-school clinic at St. Augustine Prep is open and taking patients! Please note that the number to make an appointment or reach the in-school provider is now 414-897-5600.

Services provided:

  • Physicals
  • Vaccines
  • Hearing/Vision Screenings
  • Care for non-emergency needs
  • Sick visits

Who can receive services:

All Augustine Prep students and their family members may receive services at the in-school clinic. Family members include all household members.

Questions? Call 414-897-5600 or email families@augprep.org.

DEADLINE TO RE-APPLY FOR CURRENT STUDENTS IS SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 2021!

Re-enrollment has begun! All current students must re-enroll for the 2021-2022 school year if they plan to return. This is a new process starting this year and will continue going forward. The new re-enrollment procedure will require all students (current and new) to follow the 3 steps below:

  1. Complete a school application starting now through January 31 - This will require parents/guardians to complete an online application through our student portal. To begin your application, please click here. Once complete, you will receive an automated email confirmation. Returning students will receive an acceptance letter within 30 days of submitting a complete application.
  2. Secure funding - Most students secure funding through the Milwaukee/WI Choice Program or the Special Needs Scholarship Program (SNSP). Your next step will be determined by which funding you use:​
    • Milwaukee/WI Choice Program - Must apply online between February 1 and February 20, 2021, and provide verification of address (and income for new students) by February 20, 2021.
    • SNSP - Students currently funded by the SNSP program need to submit proof of residency dated between August 21 - September 30, 2021, by September 30, 2021. Students new to the SNSP program must send their IEP to the Enrollment Department as soon as possible to initiate the funding process.
  3. Onboarding - Please be sure to review all letters and emails regarding required attendance to orientation, class assignments, picnic, etc.

Have questions? Review our answers to frequently asked questions here.

Watch step-by-step instructional videos for our school applications here.

Need help? Sign up for office hours here or email enrollment@augprep.org.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS!

DACA is now accepting applications! Please contact our friends at the International Institute of Wisconsin (a non-profit organization) for a consultation:
Marina Croft
414-225-6220
Cost
  • $400 New application
  • $150 to renew

WE energy assistance

The Energy Assistance Program provides qualified Milwaukee County residents with a one-time, annual payment toward heating and electric bills. The funding pays a portion of energy costs determined by household size, income, and energy costs. Apply for your virtual appointment here!

Aug Prep Families Technology Self-Help Resources

Please complete this form based on the technology issues you are facing. If this form does not solve the issue, you may submit the form to our technology team, who will respond within 24 hours of your submission. Tech issues can be related to any of the following:
  • Chromebook
  • Hotspot
  • Schoology/Big Blue Button
  • Zoom
  • Password Reset / Restablecer la contraseña
  • Other
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